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Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro - £99.99 @ Inta Audio Computer Systems
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Really good pro cans, full size but not bulky. 3m cable, 250 Ohm, ltd edition.

I think it's very important to mention these are OPEN-back, which won't be suitable for everyone & not for outdoor use. Plus, as they're rated at 250ohms, they need something substantial (e.g. proper amp/dac) to drive them / get the best out of them. No wonder they have 500+ of them to get rid of: "Customer sent back, as it wasn't suitable for their needs after trying it. Product works fine and tested and in perfect working order."


The P9 sig will be better but considering the P9's cost £400+ more that's to be expected.


for £3 more you can get them brand new on Amazon


These are b stock, no mention anywhere in title or description.


I have these with 600ohm windings and my mobile can still drive them fine. I would recommend the 990s.

Beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO 250 Sold by £104 Delivered
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Cheapest price i could find from a reliable retailer
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Yes, these haven't changed in price for at least year. No deal here.


They are different. The custom 1 pros are more similar to the dt770, as both are closed back, which means they don't let sound in or out as they are largely sealed (closed). The custom 1 pros have a variable bass port, allowing you to choose how bassy they sound, whereas the dt770 has a fixed port. I think that's the main difference and I opted for the 770s. The dt990 is open back, thanks to the slits in the cups. This means they are intended for indoor use only, otherwise the noise of everything else will ruin your listening experience and everyone around you will hear your music. Better is an interesting question then - I'd expect to enjoy the custom 1s when I don't want to hear anything else and the 990s for an entirely different experience, likely having a wider sound to them as though the music isn't right by your head.


always this price on amazon


No problem for the t1


I have a pair of Grado 325i's and some Beoplay H7's. With both of those being low impedance, what can I expect with these? I have an Aune T1 headphone amp. Any advice appreciated!

Beyerdynamic DT990 PRO Headphones - 250 OHM £99 @ Amazon
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
My go to headphones for close referencing. Note they are analytical by design. Open over-ear headphones, ideal for professional mixing, mastering and editing Perfect for studio… Read more
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I'm not convinced the build quality is 'better'. One is designed for consumer use the other for commercial use. The pro version is slightly tighter across the headband, so they are less likely to fall off with movement. The pro version has 'untangleable' coiled cable, which I far prefer to a straight cable. The pro is more robust. Basically it boils down to comfort, cosmetics, durability, and marketing. This is what Beyerdynamic say : The DT 990 Edition headset for use at home and the DT 990 PRO studio headset: both are identical when it comes to sound. Identically designed acoustic transducers are used. However, the Edition models have a somewhat softer headband for enjoying music at home while the Pro headset has a slightly tighter fit on the head so that it doesn't move even in case of faster movements in everyday studio use. Moreover, the PRO version is supplied with a coiled cable and the Edition version with a straight cable. Personally, I think the consumer model looks like a naff marketing attempt to appeal to a broader base. I'm not convinced that slitted diffuser has zero sonic impact either. I don't find the pro version uncomfortable in the slightest, and I prefer the build quality. Not worth paying half as much again IMO!


Pro and premium editions sound exactly the same except you are paying for a better build quality with £50. Not that the pro's are bad quality build.


Does anyone have experience comparing the 250ohm 990 Pro to the 250ohm 990 Edition (£150)? I currently have 770s which are fine for an office, but have been considering 990s for home - not sure whether the Edition is worth the premium…


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Can't imagine a dedicated headphone DAC would struggle with the 250ohm given an iPhone works fine. It might not go to ear damaging levels! You would have 14 days to check under distance selling regs.

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Beyerdynamic MMX 300 Gaming Headset - £99 @ eBay / polar_audio
Found 16th Nov 2017Found 16th Nov 2017
Essentially a pair of DT 770 with a mic. Have been after these a while myself, and noticed them when shopping on Polar Audio's eBay shop. Polar Audio are the official distributor… Read more
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Did someone buy 11. Wow!


First gen version with no inline volume control or mic mute. :(


They'd sound very similar; unless you're looking to use with a gaming controller for Xbox or PS, I wouldn't really bother upgrading.


Wish I knew about these before. I use the AntLion Mod Mic paired to DT770. Not sure how it would compare to these?

Beyerdynamic DT 880 Edition (Premium) 250 Ohms £149 @ Bax-Music
Found 15th Jul 2017Found 15th Jul 2017
I did a ton of research over a few weeks before settling on these headphones and they're the best value for money I could find, rivalling headphones costing hundreds more. They por… Read more

Yeah kinda sucks people hit cold for no apparent reason. These headphones are absolutely incredible compared to anything in the current price range and far cheaper than on amazon et al, and yet the Sennheiser HD700s are hot at twice the price despite being of comparable quality (and arguably inferior in some ways).


I've had the 250 ohms for nearly 6 years and nothing will ever replace them.

Beyerdynamic T1 600 Ohm Headphones with Tesla Technology £498.10 @ Amazon (Used - Very Good)
Found 4th Jun 2016Found 4th Jun 2016
Nearly 30% off new it seems.
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Hiya mate, just wondered if you got them through or not. I'm trying to figure out if levaretech are actually legit as have some awesome deals but feel shifty to me?


You don't need to, you just have to have a basic idea of and the limitations of the human ear and brain are, aswell as the limitations of audio formats and technology. These are like buying a high end sports car, sure it can go 0 to 60 in 4 secounds, but that is useless in every day use in a traffic jam on your way to the supermarket.


What a load of rubbish. How would you know of the differences between this headphone and others? You haven't even heard these headphones.


Similar to why people buy Porsche.


Noob question: why are these headphones ridiculously expensive? What's so special?

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Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 80 OHM - £79.99 Amazon Lightning Deal - Lowest Ever Price
Found 27th Nov 2015Found 27th Nov 2015
Design: Closed, circumaural Driver: Dynamic Frequency range: 5 - 35.000 Hz Impedance: 80 Ohm Sensitivity: 96 dB Closed diffuse-field studio headphones "Bass reflex" technology for … Read more

Cool, hope they'll work out. Interesting concept.


​Ended up buying the Aiaiai Tma-2 headphones this morning. The audio technikas were a bit out of my price range still.


​Thanks for the heads up.


Depends on what kind of music you listen to. These are quite good if you are into a warmer signature. I personally didn't go for these as I own too many sets as it is, but I'm keeping an eye out for the Audio Technika M50x-s that are coming up at 18:10


I'm looking for some decent cans. Any ideas what is better at this price?

Beyerdynamic DT770 PRO Headset - 250 OHM £79.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd Nov 2015Found 23rd Nov 2015
They've been on offer a few times recently but this is the lowest price I've seen. These are 250 OHM so ideally should be used with a headphone amp. From a normal socket they tend… Read more
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they're worth it ;)


MUSICTEC10 takes £10 off making it £69.99! Must resist!


If only you could change the cable. 3m cable is a



beyerdynamic DTX102 Portable Headphones £39.99 on Amazon - sold by home AV direct
Found 17th Nov 2015Found 17th Nov 2015
Saw this in my saved basket today, and noticed the massive price reduction. Possibly being replaced by a new model (its 43.46 sold by Amazon) but remember them being generally qu… Read more

Also just to add that Beyerdynamic is famous for excellent sound quality and make some of the best sounding headphones in the market, so at this price and reviews it gets heat from me but I am afraid I would not be able to appreciate their sound over my soundmagic E10's.


I didn't know poundland now charges a quid per headphone, I guess as there is left and right one they count it as 2... Apart from that, why do people have a need to compare high-end headphones with cheap ones and yet no one compares a Ferrari with a Corsa it really is a very good analogy.


well I think it looks like a pretty impressive deal even if the others don't


really earphones that are portable?


What's your point?

beyerdynamic T90 High-End Headphones £281 @ Amazon
Found 19th Jan 2015Found 19th Jan 2015
This deal probably get cold as this pair is a high-end headphone that is very costly. But I thought is good to share to anyone who is looking for this particular model as this is o… Read more
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Received this pair yesterday! OMG! I've so enjoy a headphone before... what a clarity and details this pair has!!


Of course you can, but you will need to pay £400 for Amazon UK compare to £281 for Amazon ES...


can you buy it from Amazon UK?


Last 3 in stock!


Back in stock now!

Beyerdynamic DT990 PRO £108.47 @ Amazon
Found 12th Dec 2014Found 12th Dec 2014
Great deal on these open headphones. Supposed to have great sound and be exceptionally comfortable with velour pads. These are usually well over £160. At this price they're even c… Read more

£109.99 from DV247 from what I can see and £11.93 for shipping - £121.89 total. The DT990 premiums are normally £160 granted, but for those who don't want the metal construction this is the best price the DT990 PROs have been on amazon (camel camel camel agrees).


Overpriced by about 80 quid. Cold.


^ that


£102 from DV247. This is their normal price, it's the DT990 Premium that's normally over £160.


Every little helps! :) Personally, I would rather pay a bit more for Amazon's customer service.

Beyerdynamic DT-860 Open Dynamic Headphone - £95 delivered @ Hughes Direct Outlet / Ebay
Found 17th Oct 2014Found 17th Oct 2014
This is £129.99 on Hughes Direct website but if you go onto its ebay outlet you will find it for £95. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------… Read more

The cable length is 3m and it is not detachable.


Any one know the cable length on these ?


It was not valid, sorry. The only other you can get is 95 nectar points if you link your nectar to your ebay. Still, this is as good a price as you can find.


What happened to the discount code?


A picture with the leatherette case:

Superlux HD (Beyerdynamic DT770 look and sound) for £30 plus postage. (Supplied by Thomann, a well known German music shop)
Found 29th Aug 2014Found 29th Aug 2014
Frequency response and looks designed to be very similar to the Beyerdynamic DT770 headphone. 150 ohms so should be loud enough without a dedicated amplifier. No VAT/duty importing… Read more
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I have these headphones - they're very good but can be seriously upgraded by replacing the stock earpads with BeyerDynamic ones. This adds £14 to the price but to me the improved comfort, isolation and sound quality (better bass extension) are worth it. No worries with Thomann - they're excellent and give a three year warranty.


Postage €10 to uk.


Well your post is rather misleading. You didn't include postage then headline the model of a different product & not the model of the product your deal refers to. oO


I think this forum doesn't like me it's a clone of a DT770 and it's almost a third of the price! Give me a break. :D


But not a Golf. So why not get a golf? Because it's not 5% more in this case it's nearly three times more. :D

Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro (250 Ohms) £109.00 @ GAK
Found 26th Aug 2014Found 26th Aug 2014
£109.00 RRP:£182.67 free delivery Pro Headphones The Beyerdymanic DT 770 is a closed dynamic headphone and was designed for critical music and sound monitoring in an open environm… Read more
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It's nice that you're happy with your choice but I don't think anybody was being arrogant until you came along and said everybody's talking rubbish?! It's just your opinion it's not a fact. Forgot to add here's a Superlux DT770 'clone' with exactly the same sound available from a well known European shop for: £30 plus postage to the UK! Also 150 ohm impedance means drivable from normal amplifiers without a dedicated amplifer.


Nope, sadly they're not white enough to show off your hipster side :(


Nice that you can contribute ;)


Wow, the arrogance!


I'm far from a professional in this sense - I have the 80ohm DT770's and the 250ohm DT990's. I find the 990's to have the a more open and more 'balanced' (less bass-centric) sound, the padding is also a lot softer than the 770's as they're not sealing (though they look very similar). My cans are circa 2012/2013 models, they're in storage right now with much of my stuff so I can't give a test unfortunately. Being open back they have a much more "relaxed" feel in terms of listening to music, I've only used them really with a dedicated amp (the dreadful Fiio E17 with the docking amp, the E17 keeps "crashing" as I'm feeding it via USB source and have to undock it to reset it, every 2-3 times I use it). I think it suits a wider array of music, I was using them in a very quiet (acoustically sealed) room but you can hear about 80% of everything in the room with them on - I couldn't test leakage as noone else was around when I was using them but I believe it's quite a bit with the basic tests I did. The 770's are closed but not completely leak free but they're very good - I'd wager that you could probably use them in the office without upsetting everyone else much at all. Bass is superb - they're called "Darth Beyers" on Headwise, there are even modified versions with even *more* bass. I find the bass to be exceptional but it's not forced on you - you get it if you want it and drive it up of course, much more so than anything else I've used to date. I really like their sound signature, they're very comfortable too though I haven't yet mastered the art of cleaning the pads (you're supposed to be able to get them off but I can't figure out how to detach them). They're hotter than the 990's but for closed cans they're about the most comfortable I've ever used; they have managed to use felt on the vinyl pads which makes them much more comfortable and less sweat prone but without losing the seal. Between the two build quality is basically the same, I actually paid a tiny bit more for my 770's than my 990's (I sourced the 770's from Singapore and the 990's I bought from a local vendor in Australia at the time). The price in this deal above is about 2/3 what I paid for the 770's - they came with a little valve based headphone amp which is ok but has some quality issues but did its job fairly well, you really can use the 80ohm 770's without an amp but they're much better with it (they really reward the extra clout).

Qpad 1339 Pro Headset (rebranded Beyerdynamic MMX300) £134.99 @ Game. Was £274.99
Found 1st Feb 2014Found 1st Feb 2014
The Qpad 1339 is basically a rebranded Beyerdynamic MMX300 headset regarded as best of the best audio quality for pro gamers and audiophiles alike! Pair this with an Astro Mixamp … Read more
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Have they replaced it for you? Was it B-Grade stock?


Mine came today but are not boxed :/ anyone get theirs like this?


lol, they didnt last long! since they are easy to find on Game's website I take it people were actively looking for these! I dont really care about hot or cold, some people see a headset at more that 20 quid and basically soil themselves at the thought of it, but some of us who arent tramps, can afford such delicacies ;)




Damn if I didn't have my dt990s I'd seriously consider these.

Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro £149.99 @ Home AV Direct
Found 14th Oct 2013Found 14th Oct 2013
Awesome pair of headphones for a very good price. I paid 170 for mine back in January and I'm not disappointed. For bass heads mainly, as these have plenty of it. I've never used … Read more
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Thanks. I hadn't noticed this before. I should have checked really. As good as these cans are, the accessories are crazy overpriced. For example - you can get a detachable mic for it, which costs 50 euros. Replacement cable is 15 - not that I can ever see it breaking!


Same price on Amazon.


DT990's are so comfy I forget they're on my head.


Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro - these headphone names get worse by the week :D


Great brand, good price heated. Would pick up the DT770's over these personally. Beyerdynamics are always my first choice for headphones.

Beyerdynamic DTX300 P Lightweight Foldable Headphones - £24.90 @ iBood
Found 17th Mar 2012Found 17th Mar 2012
Next best seems to be £42.99? The DTX 300 p is the ideal companion for your audio player when out and about. Due to its lightweight construction, it is very comfortable when liste… Read more

And what would more votes gain me exactly? Lots of people forget to add an end date or expire these one day deals... an accident nothing more, nothing less...


Oh right so you know all about the 1 day offer, yet you dont enter an end date when you submit the deal. That sounds like someone trying to artificially extend a deal to gain more votes


No, I honestly don't... iBood's whole business is based one deal a day. I'm not entirely sure how that was a ploy by me to 'get more votes'? I don't actively monitor every deal I post so perhaps some may slip by without me expiring them. People like yourself are what deters others from posting, 4 years and not one deal posted and you have the audacity to come in her and call me some profanity. Get a grip mate....


you know what you did you ****



Beyerdynamic DT235 Closed-Back Headphones, Black or White Colour, £34.99 @, Inc. P&P
Found 1st Feb 2012Found 1st Feb 2012
Just seen these Beyerdynamic DT235 cans on sale at They are also available through Amazon, but supplied by iheadphone. The reviews look really good for these ca… Read more
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I saw the Goldring deal posted earlier, the reviews are generally positive, where you can find them, but the Beyerdynamic are often highly rated in the few reviews I've been able to find on headfi. I heard the Goldrings don't generally have a good build - the DT235s are pretty robust, all plastic construction. The cable is particularly thick (a bit too long), too. I did like the look of the white ones, but given that I planned to use them outside, and the fact the band sits above your head, I thought it was a bit much - plus white shows dirt up more - I went with black, but I would like to see the white model in the flesh... Hope that helps!


Great posts, valuable information. Wondering whether to get Goldring DR150s or these next. Did you order black or white ones?


Well, the more I listen to them, the more they are selling themselves to me. The description you have of the PortaPros I've read so many times, but not until yesterday did I go back to them and surprise myself with their lack in clarity, and bass heavy sound. On the right tracks that bass can be fun, but all in all, these DT235s are slowly convincing me that tehy are the real deal!


I get a slight background hiss, but only on certain songs, but I can only hear it in quiet passages. PortaPros have a bass heavy sound, so coming from them it will sound bass light. I was using some Sennheiser in ears that were bass heavy, but now I'm used to the DT235s I can't listen to them any more. My stepson has the PortaPros and loves them, I find that they can't play the music I like very well, it sounds muddy and the midrange blends together in busy tracks and I can't pick out the separate instruments. All that said, people have preferences in what they want from their headphones and there is no wrong or right, it's whatever pleases your ears.


So, I've received the cans, and have had them running constantly for a while. My impressions are as follows, and, as you may note from my rather amateur impressions, I'm no audiophile. The DT235s have the treble spot on. I haven't heard anything this clear from an overhead set of cans. They compare favourably, for example, with my Phonak PFE 112s on treble. The bass is just, ever so slightly, lacking. That said, I think my PortaPros have got me accustomed to a more bassy, doctored (Dre) sound. In terms of genres, Adele, Winehouse & Co. sound stupendous, but Pac has sounded fuller. I think I still prefer my PortaPros as an all rounder, but the DT235s are not inferior, just a bit more refined for my immature taste in sound. One thing I will mention is that some tracks I've heard have a crackle, like electromagnetic static. I'm not too sure if I've lucked out with a dud pair, or my files used for playback are low, but some Lana Del Ray just sounds staticy, even w/flac files. Perhaps they'll burn past that?

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