Deal on Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro: list price $159 is now on 6% discount

The DT 770 headphones are very good closed-back headphones that sound balanced. They have a nearly perfect mid-range and a great bass that doesn’t drown out instruments and singing. They don’t have as big of a soundstage as the DT 990 PRO or the DT 880, but because they are closed, they have better bass.

But when we took readings, the bass range wasn’t always the same. It seemed to depend a bit on the shape of the listener’s head. They also tend to sound a little sharp on some songs because the Treble range is stressed. The frame of the DT 770 PRO is made of strong metal, and the sensors are protected by a hard plastic shell.


  • Sturdy, durable build quality.
  • Great audio reproduction.
  • Stable and well padded.

The grey velour ear pads make these headphones easy to spot, and the left and right braille lines on each branch of the headband are a nice touch for people who might use these for audiobooks or talking newspapers.

The earcups don’t move or fold, but there is about 40 degrees of play in the vertical plane and about 20 degrees of play in the horizontal plane so that they can fit securely on different head types. The tightness in the headband is just enough to make this easy, but not so much that it gets uncomfortable after a while.

Studio cans that have parts that can be replaced are always a big plus, since they can sometimes have a rough life in a business setting. Beyerdynamic’s design philosophy for headphones has been modularity for decades, and the 770 PRO is no exception. The ear pads are easy to replace, and the leatherette headband pad just pops off by undoing four poppers equally spaced along its length.

How to get Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro headphones?

The DT 770 PRO comes with a range of different impedance values, from 16 to 250, so it can be used in a number of different ways. The 16 and 32 models are made for use with mobile devices, while the 250 model is made for professional studios. The 80 model we tested is a kind of mid-range “all-rounder” that works well in a variety of studio settings.

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