Explained: The Beyerdynamic DT-770 Headphones
Beyerdynamic have been producing superior headphones for decades already. These headphones don't just sound awesome, but offer enough comfort to withstand hours upon hours of listening. What you might not know, is that the DT-770 headphones are the most popular model they have ever made and that there's a version of them available for every kind of user. Below, you'll find a bite-sized round up of the various DT-770-flavours, so you can find the perfect set of headphones to meet your very particular preferences!
The Four DT-770 Flavours
The most popular version is the DT-770 Pro 80 Ohm - perfect for casual listening via your Hi-Fi installation or for monitoring home recordings. In second place, we have the DT-770 Pro 250 Ohm. Made for the same purposes at the Pro 80s, these headphones have a 250 Ohm impedance and are a little more difficult control. While the sound quality is a little better, you're going to need an audio interface or a good DAC to get the best out of them. Then there's the DT-770 Pro 32 Ohm; a set of headphones that, in comparison with the 250 Ohms, are much more easy-going in practice, so you can comfortably hook them up to a phone, tablet, or laptop. And in closing, we have the DT-770 M headphones: specially designed for drummers, monitoring, and mixing. As you can see, Beyerdynamic seek to accommodate everyone, so if you're on the lookout for some new headgear, it's worth looking to one of the masters of the craft.