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|Frequency range||5Hz - 35kHz|
|Maximum input power||100mW|
|Cable length||10' (3 m) Coiled Cable|
|Connectors||Gold-Plated 3.5mm Stereo Mini Plug with 1/4" Adapter|
|Weight||10 oz (295g) (Without Cable)|
These are a fantastic set of open-back headphones for under $300. Their tough-as-nails construction and comfortable velour make for a relaxed experience, but if you're sensitive to treble peaks, you may want to keep looking.
Sound quality, Comfort, Ease of use, Adapter, Cost
Treble overemphasis, Needs amplifier for best results
I loved the DT-770 because they offer a great high-frequency response and a very detailed reproduction of every instrument in a mix — and now the 880 give me all of this and even a bit more.
Price, Comfortable, Wide frequency range, Ear cup cushions available as spare parts, Smooth low-frequency response, Quite comfortable, Wide frequency range, Amazing price, Comfortable, Smooth sound reproduction without obvious weaknesses, Excellent value for money
Tiring in certain situations, Cable not replaceable, High-frequencies are a bit tiring, Some sounds seem to be veiled, Pressure point of the headband, They get too hot after long sessions
A straightforward approach that's informative and neutral. Good for occasional and long-term listening alike
Comfortable to wear, Very neutral sound
Less bassy than most headphones
I really was blown away by the bass on the DT 770s to the point that I took them off my head to be sure my subwoofer was turned off, its that impressive. However being reference headphones they are great in the studio, but rather unforgiving of fuzzy old mixes, over equalized stereos, and the like.
You may wonder why you would need a high-end pair of studio monitoring headphones for ham radio use. Put on a pair of these and you will immediately know the answer. First, these phones fit around, rather than on the ears, making them very comfortable, even when worn for long periods.
Listening to music is such a subjective experience and there are so many good products that an individual may not find perfect for them. I believe that i have found a set of headphones that I can be perfectly happy with. The DT 880's are probably the last headphone that I will ever want to purchase.
On a whim, I thought, i've never had open back headphones, so, I bought these .... Man, what a difference !!! You can't go wrong with Beyerdynamic headphones, what quality, in many ways !!! It's strange, at first using, because you can actually hear yourself talk and the doorbell ringing...
I use these as well as the closed back DT 770 (for tracking). Both are about as comfy as headphones get. They seem well made and they sound great.
These phones are comfortable. They are awesome. They are made in Germany. Had them for a couple years now; used all the time. Get em - they're worth it.
I owned a pair of DT770s which had excellent sound reproduction, but these 880s are another level entirely. I now hear even the most subtle nuances with crystal clarity, which is the purpose of monitor headphones.
These earphones are AWESOMEt
After having spent countless hours in tracking and post-production facilities, having listened to the best and the worst, the DT 880 Pro is KILLER! Granted, there are better can out there BUT, for the home studio these have an extremely realistic soundscape and frequency response.
Great headphones! I use the DT 880 Pro headset primarily for monitoring.