beyerdynamic DT 100 Studio Headset - 400 Ohm - Black

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beyerdynamic DT 100 Studio Headset - 400 Ohm - Black

beyerdynamic DT 100 Studio Headset - 400 Ohm - Black

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Sub-bass: Djuro – Drop that bass (01:15-01:30), impressive extension and rumble for a BA iem. Punch quantity is good but could be a bit higher, texture, speed and tightness are good as well. Mids: Hiroyuki Sawano – OldToday (01:25-01:52), Instrument tonality is better on the DT100 while vocal tonality is better on the T180 Pro. But cleaner and more details on the DT100. Metallica – fight fire with fire (01:11-01:52), cleaner on the DT200 due to it being faster and tighter. A bit more quantity and texture on the DT100. Hiroyuki Sawano – Scapegoat (00:57-01:17), much more natural on the DT100 due to the tonality and timbre, cleaner and more detailed as well. The Beyerdynamic DT 100-series striking industrial design merges both form and function with ease. These headphones are a professional audio staple in studios globally due to their excellent isolation, earpieces that confer comfort and accurate reproduction of sound. They are perfect for studio audio recording and monitoring, gathering news, production of film and TV, as well as live events.

I’ve had my DT-100s for a while now. I’m not saying I’ll never use another pair of headphones, but since I got these, i just haven’t needed to even consider it. I’ve used them to record multiple albums, for guitar, bass, drums, vocals, keys, percussion… all of it! I’e also used them for DJ sets a couple of times. Mids: Hiroyuki Sawano – OldToday (01:25-01:52), instrument tonality is a bit better on the DT100 but better vocal tonality on the FH3 as well as more forward vocals. But timbre (mids/treble) is actually better on the DT100, although overall sound is cleaner and more detailed on the FH3. Setup: Ibasso DX160 (low gain, volume around 31), Final Audio Type E L tips, Tri Through cable 4.4mm When I first got into home recording, I had a pair of Sennheiser studio headphones. I can’t remember the exact model, but it was the lower end of the range, but I was pleased as punch with them, because they were from a proper brand name like Sennheiser.The worldwide standard closed headphones for intercom, film & tv production, studio recording and monitoring, and live events Hiroyuki Sawano – Scapegoat (00:57-01:17), better instrument/vocal tonality on the DT100, but cleaner and more detailed on the DT200. Capable of handling very high SPL Rugged, easy serviceable construction as all parts are replaceable Single-sided, detachable cable

You should get an instant answer on whether your application has been successful, though in some rare cases Klarna or V12 may need to look at the application in more detail. Mids: Hiroyuki Sawano – OldToday (01:25-01:52), Instrument and vocal tonality are better on the DT100 (a bit wonky on the T2) as well as the timbre, details and clarity. Technicalities: Shiro Sagisu – Hundred years war (02:24-02:57), similar soundstage, but a bit better instrument separation, imaging and details on the DT100. Timbre is much better on the DT100. Bass: Djuro – Drop that bass (01:15-01:30), extends and rumbles more on the DT100. Punch quantity is also more on the DT100 and is more textured but a bit faster and tighter on the DT200.

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Hiroyuki Sawano – Lose (string version) (01:22-01:59), Cello tonality, timbre, texture and details are better on the DT100. Violin tonality is better on the T180 Pro but texture, details, timbre are better on the DT100. Similar treble extension. Treble: Linkin Park – Shadow of the Day (03:24-03:42), a bit more relaxing and non-fatiguing on the DT100.



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