Beyerdynamic DT770-250 Headphone Reviews

Manufacturer Beyerdynamic Model DT770-250
Headphone Type Closed Circumaural Headband Type Single
Weight (g) 270 Driver Type Dynamic
Enclosure Material Plastic Isolation (dB) 18
Impedance (ohms) 250 Cable Length (cm) 200
Frequency Response (Hz) 5 - 35000  
Connector 3.5mm with 6.5mm adaptor Street Price US$170
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Average reviewer scores
Bass Extension 7.8 Bass Impact 7.3
Bass Quality 5.5 Mids Quality 5.0
Highs Quality 5.5 Soundstage 6.8
Detail 6.3 Portability 2.5
Isolation 6.5 Comfort 7.0
Durability 8.5 Improvement With Amplification 7.3
Value for Money 5.5    
Overall Score 6.3 Total Reviews 4

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Review by Senior Member Ayakano on 08 Jan 14  08:12
Individual review
Bass Extension8
Bass Impact7
Bass Quality7
Mids Quality6
Highs Quality7
Detail8
Comfort7
Durability8
Value6

Great sound but ... A bit too much bass and trebles ! V sound. Need good sources. Can get boomy on techno etc. Fun closed headphone though !

Review by Senior Member Iron_Dreamer on 01 Jul 07  11:57
Individual review
Bass Extension8
Bass Impact9
Bass Quality4
Mids Quality4
Highs Quality4
Detail5
Comfort7
Durability9
Value4

This 250ohm version of the DT770 is essentially a worse-sounding, harder to drive brother to the 80ohm version. The midrange is more veiled by the bass, which is a bit more boomy, and the highs are harsher. They are still very good cans, and of course built like a tank, but not worth buying when you could get the better-sounding, easier to drive 80ohm version at the same price, or even less. Perhaps their only potential benefit is the coiled cord, which can make them more convenient for portable, studio, or office use.

My ratings:
Bass Extension: 8
Bass Impact: 9
Bass Quality: 4
Mids Quality: 4
Highs Quality: 4
Soundstage: 5
Detail: 5
Portability: 3
Isolation: 5
Comfort: 7
Durability: 9
Improvement with Amplification: 6
Value for the Money: 4

Review by Member shaygiven on 10 Jul 07  19:10
Individual review
Bass Extension7
Bass Impact5
Bass Quality3
Mids Quality4
Highs Quality5
Detail6
Comfort4
Durability7
Value3

I really appreciated the velour earcups, they were very comfortable. They look industructable, though I haven't thrown them around . They squeeze at my jawline a little, It took a few days to get over it, This is standard. Bass: The bass was there, in a very big way. It missed the mark though. In some of the bass heavy hip-hop or rap songs the quality was definitely lacking. The bass did not bother me in rock and roll like the Beatles and the Who where bass was less prevalent.Mids: I enjoyed the Mids, They were a little recessed, they could have used beefing up but, what was there was accurate and quality.Highs: They were beefier than the mids but not by much, they were accurate.Overall not a bad headphone. I enjoyed rock where the vocals were not emphasized, those were fun. The bass's inaccuracy on hip hop was too disurtbing for me to listen. I liked these headphones, but not that much.

Review by Member mtd on 16 Jan 07  16:55
Individual review
Bass Extension8
Bass Impact8
Bass Quality8
Mids Quality6
Highs Quality6
Detail6
Comfort10
Durability10
Value9

Absolutely an amazing headphone for a bass head. Don't let people fool you. These are not worse than the 80ohm version. If you have an amp, you are ready to roll. There is nothing this headphone can't handle. Highly suggested!!

Beyerdynamic DT770-250