Soft earpads and adjustable, sliding, earpieces together with a single sided connecting cable ensure listening comfort during extended periods of use.
Durability of the DT 990 Pro is unquestionable thanks to its spring steel headband. They are definitely built for hard work and tantrums in the studio or on the stage.
The open back design allows the headphones to create natural sounding music.The diaphragm has been made extremely light for better impulse performance.
Rs. Rs. 3,999/-
Rs. Rs. 1,299/-
Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro
Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro
Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro
|Headphone Style||Closed Back||Semi-Open Back||Open Back|
|Sound Signature||Mainly designed for critical music listening and studio monitoring.||Clear highs, analytical mid range and envelopingly deep bass||Designed specially for studio application|
|Frequency Response||5Hz - 35,000Hz||5Hz - 35,000Hz||5Hz - 35,000Hz|
|Impedance||3 Variants: 32Ω / 80Ω / 250Ω||250Ω||250Ω|
|Detachable Cable||Not detachable in 32Ω, but 80Ω & 250Ω are detachable|
|Cable Type||32 Ω version: 1.6 m / straight cable,
80 Ω version: 3 m / straight cable,
250 Ω version: 3 m / coiled cable
|3 m / single-sided coiled cable||3 m / coiled cable|
|1/8" (3.5mm) to 1/4" (6.35mm) plug adapter|
Category: 2 Years, 24, 250 Ohms, 3.5 mm, 6.3 mm, 6.3mm Adapter, Balanced, Carry Case, Dynamic, Metal, Needed, No Mic, Open-Back, Over-Ear, Plastic, Regular, Rotating Earcups, Studio Monitoring, Warm & Smooth, Wired
Beyerdynamic - DT 880 Pro
The headphones themselves are fine although I do have a problem with the pricing. I mean these only cost around 16k outside of India and the premiums are generally more expensive than the pros. Having tried them both, I can't help but prefer the more neutral sound of the pros. The coiled cable on the pros is also a plus. I can't stand having to untangle cables everyday before I get to mixing. If you are looking for a pair of headphones specifically for casual listening you may want to keep looking though. These aren't as pleasant as they could be having a very prominent mid range and all.
The free stand was of course a plus and Headphone Zone do a great job with the delivery and packaging. On a side note, you are almost certainly going to need an amp to run these headphones though, they need to be driven a lot.