|商品尺寸||17.78 x 21.59 x 10.16 cm; 388 克|
|包装清单||Headphones^Case^Coiled Cable^Straigh Cable^Leatherette Earpads^1/4" Adapter|
|型号||DT 1770 PRO|
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Beyerdynamic 拜亚动力 DT 1770 PRO封闭式录音室参考耳机
- 频率范围：5-40,000Hz; 声压级：102 dBSPL（1mW / 500Hz）。
Frequency Response: 5 - 40,000 Hz
beyerdynamic DT1770 Pro - The Evolution of a Studio Legend
Made in Germany
The benchmark for professional headphones has
- Closed reference studio headphones for mixing, mastering, monitoring and critical listening applications
- 250Ohm, 45mm Tesla neodymium driver
- Single side, detachable cable with Mini-XLR connector
- Straight and coiled cables included
- Replaceable velour and leatherette ear pads included for listening comfort
Tesla 2.0 Technology
Tesla 2.0 represents the next evolutionary stage in our pioneering generation of systems.
A Triple-layer compound diaphragm attenuates partial vibrations and allows unbelievably brilliant overtones and a warm bass at the same time.
An additional high precision mesh and carefully selected acoustic fleeces complete the well balanced sound character.
The purist audio without compromise
Uncompromising overall concept that includes high quality accessories.
The mini-XLR connector is lockable and guarantees quick changing of the headphone cable.
Velour's ear cushions ensure a more open sound for mixing and mastering; firmer, leatherette ear cushions give the necessary suppression of background noise for monitoring and recording.
Made in Germany
As with the DT 770 PRO, the DT 1770 PRO is also manufactured by hand in Germany.
From its elegant headband right through to the aluminium yokes, these new studio headphones feature a fine workmanship with the highest attention to quality and durability right down to the last detail.
For example, the cables passed extended quality tests on our bending machines, which means ten thousands of cycles were tested without loosing any quality.
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I'm lowering the score from 5 stars to 3 stars because my first and second pair have been defective after some usage. The first and second pair developed distortion and a very audible ringing when heavy bass music is played. I have another pair of headphones, way cheaper than this one and that one doesn't have any ringing or distortion when heavy bass music is played. Also after listening for sometime and carefully...I think there's very little difference between this 500 dollars headphones and my other 200 dollar pair so...I'm done with this particular headphone. This is my 4th order, the first two orders I didn't even open the box because they arrive with clear signs that they weren't brand new. Also the box came really beated up. And now the two pairs that I got to try have that problem with the driver. I'm done but man when this works, is just the best sound I have ever heard.
Beyerdynamic has corrected the issues with the latest batch of DT 1770 Pro. The one I receive recently is AMAZING. Even the pads look newer and better. I think even the build quality has improved. I'm updating this review back to 5 stars. After listening to this headphone again is like ahhhh this sound sooo good.
Of course, I could get upgraded ear pads for the MJ2s, but then that would kill another strong point they have going that the Beyers don't........extra portability. The MJ2s fold in and come with a pretty compact egg-shaped box. From what I've read, these upgraded pads make it impossible to fold the MJ2s in, which negates their portability factor. I will admit that the MJ2s over time didn't seem as uncomfortable with the stock pads as I originally perceived, but I still wanted a bit more space and more soundstage (which of course results in better instrument separation). So the 1770s just made more sense!
The DT-1770 Pros are built TO LAST and look gorgeous! The outer ear cups are made up of a high-grade plastic which looks really nice, and it has a little bit of plastic on the sides where the headband adjusters begin. But other than that, they are all metal and a GENUINE leather headband! The pads are velour (default) and leatherette/pleather. Several pro reviewers agreed that the leatherette ones sound much better, so you wanna switch to them IMO. The velours might be slightly more comfortable though?
My final take on these two is..........if portability is a big deal for you, you can't go wrong with the MJ2s. Like the DT-1770s, they are crystal clear and VERY detail-revealing! But if you don't mind a bigger headphone (but still portable, IMO), I feel you get the very best sound from the 1770s. The Tesla 2.0 drivers are great and can get pretty loud despite the 250-ohm impedance rating. The MJ2's special brand of electrostatic drivers are fantastic too!
A few notes: With regards to the Beyers, I decided to get the shorter 4' braided replacement cable off Amazon as I felt 10' was way too long on the stock one. It will come in today. With regards to the ear pads, I've now ordered not one but TWO different replacement ear pads! I will evaluate both and then post my thoughts next week. The first one is the hybrid inner velour/outer sheepskin leather Dekoni pads (eBay), and then I found out that Dekoni also has an ALL sheepskin leather ear pad for all the Beyers headphones too, so ordered that as well off Amazon. I should have both by Monday or sooner. I will update this review next week. Although the leatherette pads are pretty comfortable, I still wanted a little more comfort, which is why I ordered the 2 different replacement pads.
**UPDATE: I ended up going with the Dekoni Audio Elite Sheepskin Leather Ear Pads for Beyerdynamic DT Series Headphones. Better isolation, which results in better bass too. And definitely more comfortable than the stock leatherette pads as well.**
Ignore the reviewers saying this is a neutral headphone, it is as "neutral" as a dt770. They lean more torwards "fun sounding" as beyerdynamic is typically known for. It has a bassy sound signature with deep, powerful, and hard hitting bass that still avoids being muddy. Mids are a bit withdrawn and somewhat unnatural but nowhere near unlistenable. The somewhat withdrawn mids are what make these headphones have a very wide soundstage for a closed back which in my opinion is a worthy trade off. The treble has a sparkle that helps everything sound clean and clear. The comfort is pretty good but still far from "wear and forget," you will always know you are wearing them. They have great isolation with the pleather earpads, much better than any other closed back headphone I own. Speaking of earpads, the replaceable earpads are kind of a joke since they are so inconveniently hard to put back on once you remove them. Pressing on each earcup exhibits a creaking sound which is extremely disappointing considering how beautiful these headphones are