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Limited Edition of the DT 770 PRO with 32 ohms due to the 88th anniversary of beyerdynamic (HAS ONLY BEEN AVAILABLE FOR 2012)
88 years of beyerdynamic – time to refine the legendary DT 770 Pro headphones with a special 32 Ohms edition. beyerdynamic celebrates its 88th anniversary with a refined edition of the DT 770 PRO headphone – the professional audio industry standard for more than 20 years. Its newly developed 32 Ohms drivers are based on our world-renowned 80 Ohms and 250 Ohms drivers. While the new DT 770 PRO 32 Ohms limited anniversary edition satisfies even the highest studio requirements, it is also compatible with smartphones, MP3 players, tablets, laptops and PC soundcards. Like its bestselling 80 Ohms and 250 Ohms twins, this special 32 Ohms version is hand-made in Germany with utmost dedication to every detail. It comes with a black softskin headband and black softskin ear cushions, giving it a distinctive professional-look, which stands out from the crowd. Further features include a 1.6 m (5.2 ft.) straight cable with 3.5 mm mini stereo jack and 6.35 mm stereo jack adapter as well as aluminium labels on the side cups, which are embossed with the anniversary number 88. The limited anniversary edition DT 770 PRO 32 Ohms comes in an exclusive retro-style box and will be available this year (2012) only.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Difference between DT 770 PRO and DT 770 M Different impedances Difference between DT 770 PRO - DT 770 (Edition 2005) - (PRO vs. Consumer)
What I do know is that DT770 anniversary was executed so well that it would be a pity to see this model being limited to some production number. It’s more expensive than the standard run DT770 (roughly ~$100 difference checking from the local Jaben), but I think it’s still very competitive at that price given the sound quality. For instance, personally, I would go for this anniversary DT770 over the AKG’s K550 or Shure’s SRH1840. Over the period when I had the DT770 LE, I barely used the HD650 which you all know I’m a big fan of. So, Beyer definitely has a contender with this one, and I’ve never been a Beyerdynamic fan. /Mike
The DT770 PRO Limited Edition 88 is available in the better stores. Online prices are between $200 and $250/140-200€ and as I said before only 4.000 will be made in 2012, so stop reading and run to the store, right now!
It is my favorite Beyer up to date, the COP gets the 2nd place and the DT990/600 comes in 3rd. I can’t remember having enjoyed a headphone as much as I am enjoying this one, I’ve even been playing air guitar listening to Muse… So Happy birthday Beyerdynamic, you’ve made yourself and us music lovers a great gift for your 88th birthday!
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