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Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO 250-Ohm Open Studio Headphones w/ 1-Year Extended Warranty Expired

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Newegg has Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO 250 Ohm Open Studio Headphones w/ 1-Year Extended Warranty for $529 - $130 off w/ promo code FCLCWA9294 = $399. Shipping is free.

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Product Details:
  • Ideal for: Musicians, sound engineers, producers, podcasters
  • Open studio reference class headphones for mixing and mastering, Made in Germany
  • 250 ohms, 45 mm dynamic Tesla neodymium drivers
  • Single-sided, detachable cable with mini-XLR connectors
  • Soft, replaceable ear pads and headband for extended studio sessions. Headphone frequency response: 5-40,000 Hz. Nominal sound pressure level: 102 dB SPL (1mW/500Hz)
  • Delivery contents: 2 ear pads with different sound characteristics (analytical and well-balanced), two pairs of cables (3m straight and coiled), premium hard case

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    • 2 year warranty + 1 year extended warranty
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Newegg [newegg.com] has the Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO 250 Ohm Open Studio Headphones $529 - $130 off w/ promo code FCLCWA9294 = $399. Shipping is free.
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I have a pair of DT990's I got 10 years ago that have held up just fine to abuse of my workday -- frequent on-and-off, a few drops. If I was buying a pair for dedicated listening it'd be the Ananda's, but if you want something a little more durable my recommendation is the Beyerdynamics. I read the Ananda's are easy to drive, but I'd say both would benefit from an amp. The 250Ohm pair requires it for decent output.
depends on what you like / want out of a headphone.

if you listen to classical music and are looking to critical listening then you should probably lean towards to Ananda.


If you want a more exciting headphone that is good for gaming and general listening, movies and such. I would lean towards to DT1990

However if you are sensitive to treble you should avoid them both because they both have they super high end,more so with the DT1990 but both have some pretty intense treble.


You would 100% need a headphone amp for the 250ohm DT1990s. There is a chance Anada's could be pushed with just a cell phone, they would be better on a headphone amp but you could at least get something from them on just a cell phone. The DT1990 you aren't going to get anything so you must have a AMP and a good amp at thatt. 250Ohm is hard to push.

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09-21-2023 at 08:20 PM.
09-21-2023 at 08:20 PM.
This or the Hifiman Ananda that's the same price on Amazon [a.co] right now?
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09-22-2023 at 09:33 AM.

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09-22-2023 at 09:33 AM.
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This or the Hifiman Ananda that's the same price on Amazon [a.co] right now?
I have a pair of DT990's I got 10 years ago that have held up just fine to abuse of my workday -- frequent on-and-off, a few drops. If I was buying a pair for dedicated listening it'd be the Ananda's, but if you want something a little more durable my recommendation is the Beyerdynamics. I read the Ananda's are easy to drive, but I'd say both would benefit from an amp. The 250Ohm pair requires it for decent output.
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