beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro 32 Ohm

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Studio Headphones

  • Closed-back
  • Circumaural
  • Dynamic
  • Diffuse field equalization
  • Impedance: 32 Ohm
  • SPL: 96 dB
  • Frequency range: 5 - 35 000 Hz
  • 1.6 m Straight cable with 3.5 mm plug connector, single sided
  • Screw-on adapter to 6.3 mm stereo jack
  • Weight with cable: 317 g
  • Weight without cable: 278 g
  • Incl. drawstring bag
available since July 2013
Item number 309906
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Design Over-Ear
System Closed Back
Impedance 32 Ohms
Frequency range 5 Hz – 35000 Hz
Adapter Yes
Replaceable Cable No
Color Black
Max. SPL 96 dB
Type Of Connector Mini Jack
Weight 278 g
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THE reference for headphones

The beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 is a dynamic, closed-back headset with a 32-ohm impedance rating for tracking and monitoring applications, and it has been a firm fixture of studios across the world since it was released. It provides a good impulse response and outstandingly detailed sound, particularly when paired with mobile end devices like smartphones and laptops. The 80 and 250-ohm models are a better choice for professional studios with high-performance headphone amplifiers, however, since these offer an even better sound and a punchier impulse response.

Quality made in Germany

The beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 is an over-ear headset, but thanks to its soft, replaceable synthetic leather ear pads, both a secure fit and a high level of comfort are ensured even during extended use. It features a single cable connection on the left side, which means it can be put on and taken off frequently without getting caught up in the cable, while the robust and adjustable spring steel headband with its soft padding also makes for excellent durability. And in keeping with beyerdynamic’s constant commitment to quality, the DT 770 Pro has always been hand-built in Germany.

A studio legend

The DT 770 Pro is the closed-back model in beyerdynamic’s DT range, which comprises the 770, 880, and 990 Pro models, and it features a diffuse-field equalized frequency response and offers both maximum flexibility and a detailed sound together with effective ambient noise suppression. All of this makes it a popular choice for monitoring applications and for analysing mixes. The DT 770 Pro accurately reproduces the entire frequency range, lending power and precision to the low end while also delivering clarity and detail in the treble range. The mid frequencies are not 100% linear, however (after all, that would be a little too much to ask at this price point). In addition to studio applications, the DT 770 Pro 32’s frequency response is also ideal for simply listening to music, which makes it a great choice as a hi-fi headset.

About beyerdynamic

beyerdynamic was founded in Berlin in 1924 as a manufacturer of cinema loudspeakers. In 1937, Eugen Beyer developed the DT 48, the first set of dynamic headphones, followed two years later by the M 19 dynamic microphone. After the Second World War, the company moved to Heilbronn, Germany, and now also has a US subsidiary with headquarters in Farmingdale, New York. beyerdynamic's most popular products traditionally include headphones and microphones for both live and studio use, and the company also has a strong presence in the consumer and conference technology sectors as well as in the field of installation microphones, interpreter consoles, and tour guide systems.

The total package

The beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 comes complete with a 1.6-metre straight cable with a soldered 3.5 mm mini-jack, and the cable can be replaced with a little bit of technical prowess. All of the other components (particularly the ear pads) are also replaceable, and the scope of delivery additionally includes a screw-threaded 6.3 mm jack adapter and a drawstring pouch with a transparent label field. At just 317 grams (including the cable), the DT 770 Pro 32 is astonishingly light despite its robust construction, and that means it can be worn without “fatigue” setting in during long studio sessions.

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Warm fuzzies
HappyTree 20.07.2016
In a nutshell: Great sound; ear cushions not as good as 250 version but still great value.

I've had the 250 ohm version of these for a while and use them for hours every day for computer, gaming, radio, and other miscellaneous household entertainment. They're light, very snug and comfortable, and completely surround the ear without touching. Sound insulation is excellent, granting a real sense of peace and serenity in an increasingly incomprehensible world. Sound quality is a little boxy, but this is the nature of the closed headphone beast. In short: muchos recommendeos.

So it was without hesitation that I purchased the 32 ohm version of the same model for use with field recording and roaming with my iPod. Less ohm resistance means more volume!

These 32'ers have the same sound, same great insulation. But they're a little less comfortable with the ear cushions being in black faux-leather. PVC, I would imagine. It's ok. Very good in fact. But the lovely fuzzy grey material on the 250 ohm set spoiled my precious princess ears so I was a tiny bit disappointed.

Seems a silly thing to be disappointed about, and it is. But we are irrational animals whose passions are governed by little details that irk. And sadly I, dear Reader, am no exception.

Glad to say that the musical response in the ears is still as clear as their big brother's and they perform their designated tasks with aplomb, nay, palpable enthusiasm. So yes I would recommend these as well if you need this ohm rating. They do "go to eleven" if need be without breaking up.
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Bass-light and harsh compared to 80 and 250-ohm versions
Kauree 20.11.2017
I wish Beyerdynamic would tell us more about the sonic differences between the different versions of this model. I honestly don't think they should all have the same model number.
This 32-ohm version is very light on bass, compared to the plentiful but not overpowering bass of the 80-ohm version. The mids are also more forward, making it sound more harsh. This may make it more revealing for recording and mixing purposes (not sure if it has an advantage there over the other versions), but it makes it less enjoyable to listen to, at least to me. The 250-ohm version (the one generally recommended for recording/monitoring/mixing) has about the same amount of bass as the 32 (actually a bit more, between the 80 and 32), but sounds smoother and less fatiguing.
On the devices I used it with (computer soundcard, external firewire audio interface, Samsung Galaxy phone), I did not find that the 32 gave me a lot more volume than the 80. If you don't want to ruin your hearing, the 80 go loud enough anyway.
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The search for the perfect headphones is over!
Algirdas 10.06.2015
First of all, the build quality is excellent! You can clearly see that durability and serviceability were the main priorities when designing these headphones. I'm so happy to see that in today's world of disposable consumer goods someone still makes a product where nearly every component is replaceable. I wish more manufacturers did that...
Once I put the headphones on, I immediately noticed how soft the earpads were and how well they isolated from the outside noise. The headband didn't feel great at first but, after some tweaking around, I found the position where it felt comfortable enough for extended use.
Now, the sound! As soon as I turned on some jazz, I was blown away by how big the sound stage was. It didn't even seem like the sound was coming from the headphones. Instead, I felt like Don Ellis was performing "Whiplash" in my very own kitchen! I most certainly didn't expect that from closed-back headphones. Furthermore, the level of detail is mind-blowing! Whereas on all of the headphones I'd had previously the drivers felt stiff, as if they couldn't move quickly enough to reproduce the amount of detail contained in a high quality audio recording, the Beyerdynamics impressed me by unveiling the intricacies I hadn't heard before. Their superiority is especially apparent when listening to vocals. Those extra details really help convey the emotions in the singer's voice.
If you're looking for a pair of relatively inexpensive high quality headphones, then you should definitely put Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pros at the very top of your shopping list!
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Very comfortable, amazing sound, decent isolation, good price.
fretwimp 02.06.2018
Purchased as i needed a spare pair of headphones for home, to complement my Audio Technica ATH-M40x. I absolutely love the ATH-M40x, but these are a step above in all respects although i still think the ATH-M40x represents better value.
The Beyer are very comfortable, very soft headband & the pleather earpads are very soft without being too hot and sweaty. Ear cup is a little bigger than the Audio Technica making these a little bit more comfortable.

There is decent isolation with the pleather pads, but just a little less than the audio technica.

Sound quality is amazing, I hear licks, baselines & tones i never heard before in songs i have heard 100 times. Tee sound stage is quite good also, with a feeling of being in a hall, rather than the sound emanating from inside my head.

Only flaw is the fixed cable which will be a hassle to replace in the future as it requires soldering.

Overall, due to price the AudioTechnica are better value, having similar sound quality & comfort 55 quid less, but the Beyer are a just a little better in the sound & comfort department. its up to you to know if that small amount of extra comfort and sound quality is worth the 55 euros extra.
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