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Promoted 09-13-2016 by SubZero5 at 03:04 PM View Original Post
BuyDig.com has Beyerdynamic DT-770 16 Ohm Closed Headphones for $179 - $50 w/ promo code TUNESTOGO = $129. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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Edited September 12, 2016 at 10:04 AM by TattyBear
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$129 + free shipping w/ coupon code TUNESTOGO


these is 16ohm model, so they can be easily driven by anything from laptop to ipod to phone.
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These will go great with my new iphone 7.

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16ohm for full size cans Wink !? Rock
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How come BeyerDynamic never uses detachable cables? This is the only thing stopping me from buying BeyerDynamic cans. Frown
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only 16ohm? I can't wrap my head around a want for these. Especially with the price point of them when the DT 770 250ohm and DT 990 250ohm were cheaper a few days back at Newegg.

My 990 Pro's will be in Wednesday which I got for $99 ($109-$10 Customer Care GC) I don't see why anyone would want to pickup these when they are $20 more then anyone could have gotten the 770/990 250ohm cans for.

I guess if you have an older laptop or a crappy 2-3 gen old phone then they would work well for you but still with that price. smh Maybe I'm just missing it here. lol

Hell if your crazy enough to get these then spend a bit more for cans that will probably impress you a bit more and more then likely that aged equipment you have will still drive these [newegg.com] nicely. Also here [amazon.com] if you aren't in a taxed location they are actually cheaper then the previous link. Or if it wont you can still spend a smidge more and get double the ohms with these [newegg.com]. Unless of course you have an issue with open then stick with the OP of 16ohm or grab the 80ohm closed back.

Or just step up with the big boys and grab the DT 990 250ohm (open) from here [amazon.com].
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Last edited by scgt1 September 12, 2016 at 09:32 PM
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only 16ohm? I can't wrap my head around a want for these. Especially with the price point of them when the DT 770 250ohm and DT 990 250ohm were cheaper a few days back at Newegg.

My 990 Pro's will be in Wednesday which I got for $99 ($109-$10 Customer Care GC) I don't see why anyone would want to pickup these when they are $20 more then anyone could have gotten the 770/990 250ohm cans for.

I guess if you have an older laptop or a crappy 2-3 gen old phone then they would work well for you but still with that price. smh Maybe I'm just missing it here. lol

Hell if your crazy enough to get these then spend a bit more for cans that will probably impress you a bit more and more then likely that aged equipment you have will still drive these [newegg.com] nicely. Also here [amazon.com] if you aren't in a taxed location they are actually cheaper then the previous link. Or if it wont you can still spend a smidge more and get double the ohms with these [newegg.com]. Unless of course you have an issue with open then stick with the OP of 16ohm or grab the 80ohm closed back.

Or just step up with the big boys and grab the DT 990 250ohm (open) from here [amazon.com].
Completely different use case. I could use DT770's on the bus, without an amp from my cellphone. 250+ dt880/990s do not fit that category.
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Completely different use case. I could use DT770's on the bus, without an amp from my cellphone. 250+ dt880/990s do not fit that category.
FYI I also posted 30 and 80 ohm.
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16ohm for full size cans Wink !? Rock
these are in the bose, Fidelio X2, Sennheiser momentum category and probably sound great with any phone-- not really audiophile Market product but more for music lovers that want a better sounding headphones that works with their phones without any extra juice from a dac or amp
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are these better than beats?
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These will go great with my new iphone 7.
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are these better than beats?
Frankly Beats are trash. Your buying a name and nothing more. These on the other hand well just look up reviews on the company and this line of headset. Beats isn't close to the quality or sound of BeyerDynamic.

Beats are from the US which in turn means China trash. BeyerDynamic are from Germany. Nothing more to say.
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These will go great with my new iphone 7.
Courage! LMAOLMAOlaugh out loud
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Wow, it looks so cool.
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Go big or go home. Fostex TH-X00 all the way.
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I need a pair of new over ear or in ear headphones for my office PC (into which I cant even plug in and setup a USB amp/dac b/c of security) - will these do the job well? Thanks.
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