Beyerdynamic DT 100 Studio Headset – 16 Ohm – Grey : The engineers choice of headphones

Very good purchase use every week in studio parts can be bought to repaired.

These are the industry standard headphones for a reason. They’re so comfy for long term use, sound quality is true to life with no biases at either end of the eq spectrum. Not only that, but the cord is straight, nice and long for professional use across studio floors or around equipment without having to mess about with extension leads or having your head tugged sideways with those annoying curly cords. I love the ability to replace individual components when (if) they wear out, but the standard of the build is so robust, that may be a while yet.

For such bulky looking headphones they are quite light and comfortable to wear, although i havent had them on all day yet. They are obviously well built. I did actually purchase some beyer dt150 ear pads and swap them over. The 150s have thicker pads that imo block out some background noise and make them a nicer fit over your ears.

This design has been around for years and are something of a legend in the recording / radio industry. They don’t artificially enhance any audio frequencies, something which is imperative in mixing and mastering. They are solidly built, and all parts can be replaced – a bit like triggers brush. They aren’t going to win you any style points if you wear them outside (being 16ohm they can be driven by a mobile phone or mp3 player), but they are the professional choice for the home studio musician. I tip for when you unpack them – put them over a pillow and play through some moderatley loud music for a few hours. This breaks in the flexibility of the speaker cones so they reproduce optimally.

I don’t know because i’m a beginner in music.

The beyer dynamic dt100 are the studio engineers headphone of choice. You’ll find them by the dozen in every half decent recording studio all over the world. They’re built to last which is essential in a working studio and offer unbeatbale isolation. Soundwise, the bottom end can sound a little thin but then again this is why a lot of people like them so much for recording. Because of a slight lack in the lower frquency range they perhaps not the best headphone for mixing and monitoring and because of their vice-like grip, they’re definately not the best choice for mp3 players on public transport – unless you want something that will cut out the noise of the train and are willing to sacrifice comfort for that luxury. When it comes to sound isolation these are unbeatable – in fact, i think they were once the choice of headphone for the us airforce. These are the to headphones what the fender stratocaster is to guitars. I’m only going to give them 4 stars though, because they’re not the comfiest things to wear and as i say, they’re lacking in bottom end.

I bought these headphones for use with a technics gx5 organ, which i had the opportunity to purchase recently at a very reasonable price, which stipulated a 16 ohm headphone, so i could practice with our disturbing anybody. They are extremely comfortable to wear for long periods and are adequately suitable for the intended use. Oh, they arrived before the date stipulated by the sender. A very satisfactory purchase indeed.

  • Every Studio Should Have Some
  • great phones. For such bulky looking headphones they are
  • Completely please with my purchase

beyerdynamic DT 100 Studio Headset – 16 Ohm – Grey

The Beyer Dynamic DT 100 headphone is widely used in audio recording and monitoring applications in studios worldwide. The Beyer Dynamic DT 100 offers a high degree of wearing comfort and can be worn for hours without listener fatigue. The soft ear cushions effectively seal out ambient noise yet apply minimal pressure against the ear. Beyer Dynamic DT 100 Specifications Transducer type: dynamic eater applications where the monitoring of outside ambient information is necessa Operating principle: closed Frequency response: 30 – 20,000 Hz Nominal impedance: 400 ½ ± 10% per system* Nominal SPL: 94 dB SPL T.H.D: 1% Power handling capacity: 1000 mW (= 124 dB SPL) Sound coupling to the ear: circumaural Average pressure on ears: 4.5 N Ambient noise isolation: 20 dB(A) Weight (without cable): DT 100: 350 g / DT 102: 250g

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  • Every Studio Should Have Some
  • great phones. For such bulky looking headphones they are
  • Completely please with my purchase

beyerdynamic DT 100 Studio Headset – 16 Ohm – Grey

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  • Excellent isolation from ambient noise (suitable for high sound pressure levels)
  • Robust and service-friendly design thanks to simple replacement of all parts
  • Single-sided, detachable connection cable
  • Soft circumaural ear pads
  • Made in Germany