Beyerdynamic DT 770 vs. 880 [Definitive Guide]

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Hi friend and Welcome aboard!!

Note: You can also purchase the Beyerdynamic DT880 Premium 32 Ohm version. I was not able to include it in the chart. So basically, there are 3 versions of the Premium (32, 250, and 600), and 1 version of the Pro (250 Ohm). It’s very confusing, and took awhile to find all the different versions!

The only real difference between the Pro and Premium versions is:

  • Premium’s have less clamp pressure.
  • Better aesthetics (that’s subjective though).
  • A straight chord vs. coiled.

My personal opinion is that you should opt for whichever 250 Ohm version is cheaper depending on the time and season. Sometimes the Premium’s are more expensive. Sometimes the Pro’s are. It just depends. The 250 does sound better than a 32. It does need an amp but it’s not picky with which one you choose.

With that, I’ve highlighted the differences for you!

Beyerdynamic DT770

Preview
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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 80 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in black. Enclosed design, wired for professional recording and monitoring
Best With Mobile Devices
beyerdynamic Dt 770 Pro 32 Ohm Studio Headphone
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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 250 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Closed Construction, Wired for Studio use, Ideal for Mixing in The Studio
Title
beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 80 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in black. Enclosed design, wired for professional recording and monitoring
beyerdynamic Dt 770 Pro 32 Ohm Studio Headphone
beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 250 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Closed Construction, Wired for Studio use, Ideal for Mixing in The Studio
Color
Black/Grey
Black/Grey
Black/Grey
Weight
With Cable: 317g, Without: 278g
With Cable: 346g, Without: 284g
With Cable: 375g, Without: 287g
Fit
Circumaural
Circumaural
Circumaural
Type
Closed Back
Closed Back
Closed Back
Materials
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Connector
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" Adapter
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" adapter
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" adapter
Cable Length
3m, Straight
1.6m, Straight
3m, Coiled Cable
Impedance
80 Ohms
32 Ohms
250 Ohms
Sensitivity
96dB/mW
96dB/mW
96dB/mW
Amplification Required?
Cable Detachable?
Primary Use
Casual, Fun, Reference
Casual, Fun, Reference
Casual, Fun, Reference
Prime
Price
$178.31
from $174.95
$147.96
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Preview
beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 80 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in black. Enclosed design, wired for professional recording and monitoring
Title
beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 80 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in black. Enclosed design, wired for professional recording and monitoring
Color
Black/Grey
Weight
With Cable: 317g, Without: 278g
Fit
Circumaural
Type
Closed Back
Materials
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Connector
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" Adapter
Cable Length
3m, Straight
Impedance
80 Ohms
Sensitivity
96dB/mW
Amplification Required?
Cable Detachable?
Primary Use
Casual, Fun, Reference
Prime
Price
$178.31
Details
Best With Mobile Devices
Preview
beyerdynamic Dt 770 Pro 32 Ohm Studio Headphone
Title
beyerdynamic Dt 770 Pro 32 Ohm Studio Headphone
Color
Black/Grey
Weight
With Cable: 346g, Without: 284g
Fit
Circumaural
Type
Closed Back
Materials
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Connector
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" adapter
Cable Length
1.6m, Straight
Impedance
32 Ohms
Sensitivity
96dB/mW
Amplification Required?
Cable Detachable?
Primary Use
Casual, Fun, Reference
Prime
Price
from $174.95
Details
Most Power Needed
Preview
beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 250 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Closed Construction, Wired for Studio use, Ideal for Mixing in The Studio
Title
beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 250 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Closed Construction, Wired for Studio use, Ideal for Mixing in The Studio
Color
Black/Grey
Weight
With Cable: 375g, Without: 287g
Fit
Circumaural
Type
Closed Back
Materials
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Connector
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" adapter
Cable Length
3m, Coiled Cable
Impedance
250 Ohms
Sensitivity
96dB/mW
Amplification Required?
Cable Detachable?
Primary Use
Casual, Fun, Reference
Prime
Price
$147.96
Details

Beyerdynamic DT880

Preview
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beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium 600 OHM Headphones
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beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium Edition 250 Ohm Over-Ear-Stereo Headphones. Semi-Open Design, Wired, high-end, for The Stereo System
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beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro Over-Ear Studio Headphone
Title
beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium 600 OHM Headphones
beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium Edition 250 Ohm Over-Ear-Stereo Headphones. Semi-Open Design, Wired, high-end, for The Stereo System
beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro Over-Ear Studio Headphone
Color
Black/Grey
Black/Grey
Black/Grey
Weight
With Cable: 360g, Without: 303g
With Cable: 358g, Without: 297g
With Cable: 390g, Without: 307g
Fit
Circumaural
Circumaural
Circumaural
Type
Semi-Open
Semi-Open
Semi-Open
Materials
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Connector
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" Adapter
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" adapter
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" adapter
Cable Length
3m
3m
3m, Coiled
Impedance
600 Ohms
250 Ohms
250 Ohms
Sensitivity
96dB/mW
96dB/mW
96dB/mW
Amplification Required?
Cable Detachable?
Accessories
Carry Bag, 1/4" Adapter
Carry Bag, 1/4" Adapter
Carry Bag, 1/4" Adapter
Pro or Premium
Premium
Premium
Pro
Difference?
Premium's have less clamp pressure, Better aesthetics, and a straight chord vs. coiled
Premium's have less clamp pressure, Better aesthetics, and a straight chord vs. coiled
Premium's have less clamp pressure, Better aesthetics, and a straight chord vs. coiled
Primary Use
Mixing, Mastering, Reference
Mixing, Mastering, Reference
Mixing, Mastering, Reference
Prime
Price
from $179.00
from $179.00
$210.88
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Preview
beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium 600 OHM Headphones
Title
beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium 600 OHM Headphones
Color
Black/Grey
Weight
With Cable: 360g, Without: 303g
Fit
Circumaural
Type
Semi-Open
Materials
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Connector
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" Adapter
Cable Length
3m
Impedance
600 Ohms
Sensitivity
96dB/mW
Amplification Required?
Cable Detachable?
Accessories
Carry Bag, 1/4" Adapter
Pro or Premium
Premium
Difference?
Premium's have less clamp pressure, Better aesthetics, and a straight chord vs. coiled
Primary Use
Mixing, Mastering, Reference
Prime
Price
from $179.00
Details
Power Needed
Preview
beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium Edition 250 Ohm Over-Ear-Stereo Headphones. Semi-Open Design, Wired, high-end, for The Stereo System
Title
beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium Edition 250 Ohm Over-Ear-Stereo Headphones. Semi-Open Design, Wired, high-end, for The Stereo System
Color
Black/Grey
Weight
With Cable: 358g, Without: 297g
Fit
Circumaural
Type
Semi-Open
Materials
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Connector
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" adapter
Cable Length
3m
Impedance
250 Ohms
Sensitivity
96dB/mW
Amplification Required?
Cable Detachable?
Accessories
Carry Bag, 1/4" Adapter
Pro or Premium
Premium
Difference?
Premium's have less clamp pressure, Better aesthetics, and a straight chord vs. coiled
Primary Use
Mixing, Mastering, Reference
Prime
Price
from $179.00
Details
Power Needed
Preview
beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro Over-Ear Studio Headphone
Title
beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro Over-Ear Studio Headphone
Color
Black/Grey
Weight
With Cable: 390g, Without: 307g
Fit
Circumaural
Type
Semi-Open
Materials
Plastic, Pleather, Velour
Connector
3.5mm Jack with 1/4" adapter
Cable Length
3m, Coiled
Impedance
250 Ohms
Sensitivity
96dB/mW
Amplification Required?
Cable Detachable?
Accessories
Carry Bag, 1/4" Adapter
Pro or Premium
Pro
Difference?
Premium's have less clamp pressure, Better aesthetics, and a straight chord vs. coiled
Primary Use
Mixing, Mastering, Reference
Prime
Price
$210.88
Details

With that..

You came for some information on the Beyerdynamic DT 770 vs. 880? Well I’m glad you’re here because there’s a lot to cover today! By the end of this article you will have a clear picture of both headphones strengths and weaknesses, as well as the different models and impedance’s available. You will also have a good idea of which particular headphone may suit your taste best.

Before we get started, grab a snack, sit back and relax because…

You’ve come to the right place!!

What I will bring you in this review

of each headphone

  1. Specifications
  2. Summary
  3. Pros
  4. Cons
  5. Amp/DAC requirements
  6. Who these headphones benefit?
  7. Consensus/Conclusion
  8. Similarities & Differences
  9. Final Word

So without further ado, let’s get into it!

Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro

Specifications

  • price: amazon! | check eBay!
  • type: closed back
  • fit: circumaural (over ear)
  • impedance: 250 ohms, 80 Ohms, or 32 Ohms. What is Headphone Impedance?
  • frequency response: 5 – 35000 Hz
  • material: velour ear pads, plastic, pleather
  • color: black, grey, silver

Summary

The first thing of note about these babies is that they are more of a “fun” listen and are recommended for critical listening situations in the 250 Ohm impedance. They aren’t a bass-heads can, but the bass is still full, and has punch, while remaining tight and controlled. It never feels out of place, boomy, muddy or overblown. If you’re looking for a good pair of mixing headphones across the board, look elsewhere. While these can be used for mixing, they aren’t the most ideal choice.

Check out the best studio headphones for mixing! I will also have my top recommendation for mixing down at the end of this article, so stay tuned!

Back to the 770’s. The mid-range in these is lacking quite a bit, which will cause some female vocals to suffer. The treble will sound harsh and sibilant to a lot of people as well, especially in the female range.

Being strong like ox, these will more than impress in terms of build quality and longevity. A couple of reviewers have had them for 5 and 10 years. They can take a lot of abuse, but there are some things to note about the ear-cups specifically.

Some say they aren’t quite deep enough, and that your ear may touch the driver. People with smaller ears will be okay. Also of note regarding the driver is that you may get a slight buzzing/rattling, or vibrating sound due to it being prone to getting dirty. It kind of has a bad tendency to attract hair and other undesirables.

Pros

  • Versatile. Can handle a wide variety of genre.
  • Very comfortable. They engulf your ears and some say they feel like pillows.
  • Good isolation. While not noise cancelling, they do a phenomenal job of blocking out incoming sound as well as remaining quiet to those around you.
  • Strong like ox. They can take quite a bit of abuse.
  • Bass. It is punchy and has impact, while still remaining tight and controlled. It never feels muddy or overblown.
  • Startling clarity with faithful sound reproduction. While not neutral, this headphone will reveal flaws in bad recordings and bit rates, so be mindful. The clarity is definitely there. You will hear things in songs that you previously thought absent.
  • Great sound-stage. You may be wondering 1) What is Sound-stage? and 2) How can a closed back set have this? A lot of people were amazed because it has very nice imaging and a wide, nuanced sound-stage. While this is somewhat uncommon for closed back models, you will find some that excel in this department. The 770 is one.
  • Wire is long and durable.
  • Carrying case included.

Cons

  • High end can become sibilant, leading to fatigue.
  • Sub-bass is lacking. While the bass is tight, the sub-bass leaves something to be desired.

Video Review!

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Amp/DAC requirements

  • 250 Ohm. For mixing applications in studio. This impedance rating will require a separate amp. There were a few people who said that they do fine without an amp at 250 Ohm, but the vast majority of people said otherwise.
  • 80 Ohm. For recording applications in studio. It’s a bit difficult to say, but most people were saying at 80 Ohms they will do fine without an amp. If you’re thinking about getting the 770’s in this impedance, I would probably go ahead and plan on investing in something. It doesn’t have to be monumentally expensive. Also of note: The 80 Ohm has the most bass out of these 3 impedance ratings
  • 32 Ohm. For mobile application. For 32 Ohm impedance, these don’t require an amp, and will suffice with your mobile devices including iPods, mp3 players, tablets, etc.

For 250 Ohm and 96dB of Sensitivity, you will definitely need an amp. These do require a bit of power as well as a fair amount of current to reach optimal listening levels. Luckily most of your standard pairings will sound just fine.

Here are some of my recommendations:


FiiO K3 or E10K

The Best Portable Headphone Amps & DACs
Two peas in a pod.

The E10K is very highly regarded and has been around for a number of years.

It’s the one Amp/DAC that you can’t go wrong with, similar to something like an HD650 on the headphone side of things.

In addition to being highly versatile, it’s also extremely portable.

In fact, I carry this thing around in my laptop bag without a second thought; it’s lightweight, durable, and extremely compact. I never have to worry about having enough room.

Heck, I could even put it in my pocket if I needed to. It fits in the palm of your hand!

Keep in mind it does run off of bus power and does NOT have an internal battery. Technically you can use it with your phone, but you’ll need some sort of adapter and it tends to draw power from your phone’s battery fairly quickly.

That said, I love this thing on the go because I can quickly and easily get set up with my laptop pretty much anywhere. It comes with adhesive rubber feet as well, so I never have to worry about it moving around when it’s on my desk.

The K3

The K3 is similar but it’s more elegant this time around. Instead of the industrial looking shape of the E10K, we have a beautifully rounded off modern looking Amp/DAC that looks a lot more attractive on all fronts.

The K3 is still highly portable, but weighs a tad more and seems more durable in your hand.

Like the E10K, it’s got a bass boost and gain switch, but this time both are on the front. The K3 also supports Optical output, balanced input as well as DSD, and lights up different colors according to source file.

The Best Portable Headphone Amps & DACs
Changes afoot.

If you’d like a complete rundown of these 2, check out my FiiO K3 vs. E10K comparison. The differences, while interesting, are beyond the scope of this article 🙂

For now, just know that both of these will sound fantastic with your headphones, but the K3 gets my vote. It’s tremendous value and true upgrade from the E10K cannot be overstated.

 

 

Audioquest Dragonfly Red.

The Best Headphone Amp for the Sennheiser HD 600 and 650

This little crumb sized wonder would make an amazing pair with both the 880 and 770, and is a great solution for people who need an amp for both their phone/mobile device and PC. You’ll simply need this adapter for the phone which is very cheap and gets great reviews.You really wouldn’t think it, but this tiny device makes all of your music sound a heck of a lot better than you would ever imagine.

My Video Shootout/Comparison

Here we take a look at a few different Amps and DACs. Don’t forget to leave me some love! <3

 

 


Solid State Amps

Desktop


JDS Labs 02 or Atom

The Best Headphone Amp for the Sennheiser HD 600 and 650
The Atom paired with a K3.

The tried and true solid state amp from NwAvGuy, providing a clean, neutral, and transparent sound for the 600 and 650. Recommended the world over. I absolutely adore this amp paired with a Cambridge Audio DAC Magic 100 with these RCA to 3.5mm cables. Those are fairly expensive though. Use these if you want to save some money, but the combo? It’s simply sublime.

You could also opt for the updated Atom here (pictured above). The Atom is also a preamp, so you could pair it with studio monitors via it’s RCA Analog outputs + it has RCA inputs as well. A very versatile unit!

Video Comparison

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Aside from these, don’t get too carried away in trying to choose an Amp. The differences between amps are very subtle a lot of the time, and any of these pairings will work wonderfully well with the 990. How to choose a headphone amp!


Who these headphones benefit?

  • Bass lovers. They aren’t a bass heads can, but the bass has been described as “fun”. Again, tight and controlled rather than bloated and cheap.
  • People who need a closed back set of headphones with good sound isolation
  • People who appreciate good sound-stage

They have been known to do well with:

  • Hip-hop
  • Rap
  • Electronica
  • movies
  • Classical
  • Rock
  • Metal
  • Jazz

Consensus/Conclusion

A fun headphone that utilizes a tight and impactful bass response. Sound-stage is particularly impressive for a closed back model, and they are about as comfy as 2 pillows resting against your ears. Major gripes include harsh upper treble range, and a recessed, almost non-existent mid-range. What is there has clarity, but there’s just not enough.


Onto…

Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro (250 Ohm)

Specifications

  • price: check amazon! | check eBay!
  • type: semi-open
  • fit: circumaural (over ear)
  • impedance: 250 ohm
  • frequency response: 5 – 35000 Hz
  • material: velour ear pads, plastic
  • headband: soft padded headband construction
  • color: black, grey, silver

Summary

To preface, I’ll be reviewing the 250 Ohm Pro version, and kind of comparing the other models to it.

Keep in mind that these are open backed reference cans, and will not color your sound in any way.

They will bleed sound and people will be able to hear what you’re listening to. Ideal for isolated studio sessions. They aren’t particularly exciting, but rather honest. They are flat and neutral, and aren’t really for “enjoying” music so much as critiquing it. These would do extremely well as your primary mixing headphone. Don’t expect to be blown away by the low end, but the high end has a bit of extra sparkle. Coming from Beyer, you know you will get crazy comfort with those velour ear pads, and extreme durability. They sometimes lack a deep bass extension, but with a proper amp the bass signature overall really shines. This model also does well with all genres of music.

For clarity’s sake, these come in 4 different models:

  1. Beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium 32 Ohm
  2. Beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium 250 Ohm
  3. Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro 250 Ohm
  4. Beyerdynamic DT 880 Premium 600 Ohm

A lot has been said about the price difference between the Premiums and the Pros. The only real differences in the headphones themselves are as follows:

  1. Premiums have slightly less headband clamp pressure.
  2. Premiums have somewhat better “aesthetics” (It’s ridiculous I know).
  3. Premiums come with a long straight chord rather than a coiled one.
  4. Premiums may come with a different carrying case. Vinyl instead of Nylon.

As for Sound:

  1. The 600 Ohm premiums may have a slightly smoother top end (subjective).
  2. The aforementioned clamping force may make the Pro have a slightly better bass and a more forward mid-range. The differences are however subtle, and should be taken with a grain of salt. Pink Himalayan is preferred. 🙂

As for impedance:

  • 600 Ohm. Definitely needs amplification.
  • 250 Ohm. Definitely needs amplification.
  • 32 Ohm. Can be used with your mobile devices without an amp.

Pros

  • Extremely Accurate, “Surgical”
  • One of the best investments you’ll make regarding flagship audiophile headphones. Price to performance ratio is through the roof.
  • Phenomenal for mixing/reference
  • Very comfortable.
  • Clear mid-range, bass response enhanced with a good amp
  • casual listeners and producers alike will enjoy and appreciate the sound
  • superb build quality (standard for the DT line)
  • replaceable ear-pads (or ear muffs, as some reviewers like to call them :D)
  • replaceable headband
  • wide sound-stage

Cons

Video review!

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Amp/DAC Requirements

The same standards apply here as with the 770! 🙂

Who this Headphone benefits?

I’ve heard from a very reliable source that it fares strong with nearly every genre of music, and is 1 out of only 4 other headphones (out of the 58 on his site) that received an A+ price to performance rating. Amazon reviewers have noted these qualities as well. For a list:

  • classical listeners (nice wide sound-stage)
  • audio engineers and producers who need a great mix down.
  • people who need an open and airy sound, and don’t want to be fatigued wearing headphones for long periods of time.
  • Rock Rambos
  • Metal head bros
  • Pop Pamelas (lol)
  • Jazzy Jeffs
  • Hip Hop Henry

Am I going overboard?

Consensus/Conclusion

An extremely accurate, neutral set of mixing cans that gives a slight nudge in the treble department. At first, they may sound a bit harsh if you’re coming from bass heavy cans. Over time, they develop beautifully, going from “bright” to lively. Be aware that it does take some burn in time for these to settle in nicely. Around 200 hours is the benchmark. As for the sound-stage, it is wide, but some detail may be lost. The low end is clean, but lacking to some. This is not a bass-heads can by any means.

Similarities & Differences

Similarities

  • Both have a very similar build just off of first glance. Note: The premiums have a bit of a different look.
  • Both have that comfy velour padding, but the DT 770’s were known to get hot after awhile.
  • Both have great sound-stage, but the DT 880’s may lack some clarity and detail. The 770’s surprisingly have a very good sound-stage for a closed back model.
  • Both have superb build quality, which has become a standard for Beyerdynamic products.
  • Neither have a detachable cable, but both have a replaceable headband and ear-cups.
  • Both are pretty versatile, and do well with a wide variety of genres.
  • Both have similar Amp/DAC requirements, and aren’t all that hard to drive.
  • Both the 770 and 880 suffer from a particularly bright and annoying top end. This is kind of a standard for Beyer as well. Detailed yes, but also harsh.

Differences

  • Sound. Probably the biggest difference here. The DT 770 has more of a fun sound, and is less ideal for mixing. The DT 880 by contrast is mostly for mixing and reference applications. It’s remarkably flat and neutral, but does kind of suffer from that harsh treble range as discussed earlier. While both do well with a lot of genres, the DT 770’s are more for enjoyment.
  • Bass. The bass on the 770’s is deep and has impact, while the DT 880’s is more subdued. It’s there, but you will hear it rather than feel it. The 770’s are more of a bass heads can.
  • Type. The DT 880 is an open back headphone that will leak sound, while the 770 is a closed back model that keeps sound in.
  • Mid-range. Because The 770 has a V shaped curve (deep bass, accentuated highs), it’s mid-range suffers. It’s been called recessed, and is virtually non-existent. By contrast, the 880’s mid-range is one of it’s strong suits. Why? Because the bass isn’t as pronounced.

Final Word

As good as the 880’s are for mixing, my top recommendation goes to the Sennheiser HD 600. It’s a pretty close call, but the 600’s get the nod because of a huge difference in the high end. While the 880 can be too harsh, the 600 is very laid back while still being incredibly detailed. Some call it “veiled.” What is the Sennheiser veil? The Soundstage is also better on the 600,  and overall it’s probably as close to flat and neutral as you will find in this price range or otherwise. Called the Gold Standard, and a Genre master with an A+ Price to performance ratio, it’s the headphone that all others should be first compared to. Think of it as a benchmark. It’s become a mixing/reference staple over the years, and should be heavily considered in pretty much any purchasing decision.

 

If you’re looking for a fun closed back model, the DT 770’s do fit the bill quite nicely. No, they aren’t perfect headphones, but they get the job done, and have been praised for that nice hard hitting bass. It doesn’t become bloated, and many will appreciate the V shape curve. Just be aware that the treble may become fatiguing, and of course the mid-range is a bit recessed. These are definitely not an analytical headphone overall. They are more for just having fun!

 


Well that’s about it for today friend! Hope you came away with a clear picture of the Beyerdynamic DT 770 vs. 880, and have a better idea of what you’re looking for in a headphone.

Questions? Comments? Requests? Did I miss something? Please let me know down below or Contact me! I would love to hear from you..

Which out of the headphones that I talked about today strikes YOUR fancy? I would love to hear from you.

Until then, All the best and God bless ..

 

 

-Stu

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