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Beyerdynamic
Ear Placement
Over Ear
Color
Gray
Connectivity Technology
Wired
Model Name
DT880

  • dt 880

  • The classic among premium headphones

    The DT 880 Edition is the classic among the premium headphones from beyerdynamic. Music lovers delight in its natural, vibrant sound as well as its excellent spacious reproduction. The DT 880 Edition attenuates ambient noise, but does not exclude it completely, and thus conveys a harmonious sound experience. These headphones have been part of the beyerdynamic portfolio for 20 years and still enjoy exceptional popularity. All components are available as replacement parts, making the DT 880 Edition a reliable companion for many years to come.

    Features

    Concert atmosphere at home

    The DT 880 Edition sounds very neutral and relaxed. The bass reproduction penetrates very deeply, but is not overstated. This feature is particularly appealing to lovers of jazz and classical music because it gives the headphones a really transparent sound and makes the individual components of the music clearly audible. Thanks to its semi-open design, the DT 880 Edition allows some ambient noise to penetrate and escape, but attenuates it somewhat stronger than in the case of a fully open headphone such as the DT 990 Edition.

    Excellent wearing comfort

    The DT 880 Edition is very light for its size and ensures a pleasant fit thanks to its carefully selected materials. The ear pads are known for their breathable and skin-friendly velour, enabling the listener to enjoy music for hours without any excessive build-up of heat. The combination of comfortable headband and ear pads as well as the yokes made from aluminium lend the headphones a stable exterior and a pleasant fit for long listening sessions.

    Difference compared to the DT 880 PRO version

    The DT 880 Edition headset for use at home and the DT 880 PRO studio headset: both are identical when it comes to sound. Identically designed acoustic transducers are used. However, the Edition models have a somewhat softer headband for enjoying music at home while the PRO headset has a slightly tighter fit on the head so that it doesn't move even in case of faster movements in everyday studio use. Moreover, the PRO version is supplied with a coiled cable and the Edition version with a straight cable.

    Three variants for different playback devices

    The current 600-ohm version is suitable for HiFi systems with especially powerful headphone outputs or for use with special headphone amplifiers.

    The 32 ohm version is recommended for versatile use including on mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones.

    The 250 ohm version of the DT 880 Edition was developed for use at home on a stereo system.

    DT 990 Edition DT 880 Edition
    Design Open (ambient noise penetrates freely in and out) Semi-open (low attenuation of ambient noise)
    Application Music enjoyment at home Music enjoyment at home
    Sound quality Strong bass and trebles, analytical, very spacious, voluminous bass, transparent Neutral, relaxed, relatively spacious, deep but lean bass, transparent
    Impedance 32/250/600 ohms 32/250/600 ohms
    Scope of delivery Transport bag, 3 m connection cable, 3.5 mm jack plug & 6.35 adapter Transport bag, 3 m connection cable, 3.5 mm jack plug & 6.35 adapter

    Features & details

    Features

    • Frequency Response - 5 - 24,000 Hz and Impedance - 16 ohms

    Product information Gray , 250 OHM

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    Q: What is the difference between the 250 Pro and the 250 Premium?

    A: The Pro has a coiled cable and a tighter fit. Premium has straight cable and loser, argua…

    Jeremy | 8 years ago

    Q: I have heard that DT880 are not tight enough to fit people with small heads. Being loose, …

    A: I have a giant, fat head (for housing a very large brain) and these fit nicely, so they ma…

    You don''t know me. | 3 years ago

    Q: can these block out loud conversation and music and how bad do they leak sound

    A: No, these do not block out much sound & also leak sound. Cannot be used in an open office.

    Punit Shetty | 6 years ago

    Q: Will the audioengine D1 be enough to power the 250 ohm version? How does this compare the …

    A: I don''t have the dt990 so I don''t know. But the audioengine d1 is enough to power the 250 …

    AMMAR ROSLI | 7 years ago

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    JESUS SAVED ME
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Bright, balanced sound that brings smiles...how I expected the DT 990 to sound! [EDIT-June 13, 2020]
    Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2017
    Color: SilverSize: 600 OHM
    After owning the DT 990 Pro 250 for a year, I decided to get these to compare and obviously keep. While I read that the DT 880 are light on bass, according to my ears, they''re only light on impact. The bass is there, ALL OF IT, but it''s not felt...doesn''t fill the ears... See more
    After owning the DT 990 Pro 250 for a year, I decided to get these to compare and obviously keep. While I read that the DT 880 are light on bass, according to my ears, they''re only light on impact. The bass is there, ALL OF IT, but it''s not felt...doesn''t fill the ears like the DT 990 Pro. So by result, the bass is more detailed and nuanced. The trade-off is worth it.

    The DT 880 600 ohm are what my ears expected of the DT 990, which has too much treble for my liking. My Schiit Asgard 2 rounds off that treble nicely, though. The DT 880 are BRIGHT on their own. If you have heard them and consider them too piercing, the DT 990 are DT 880s on steroids.

    The bass is big and also the highs...while the midrange is thinner. That is what I like about the DT 880...that they are as revealing as the DT 990 but without sounding so thin in the middle. They''re flatter, while the DT 990 sound V-shaped.

    Lots of people say the DT 880 are the boring ones and the DT 990 are the fun ones. While I get what they mean by that, I don''t consider the DT 880 boring at all. They''re flatter-sounding, but they do not sound...flat. They''re way livelier and more intense than a lot of headphones. If you want to experience truly boring headphones, try the super flat and revealing Senal SMH-1200. Those make any music sound boring and lifeless with their empty, dry sound signature...but are awesome as audio loupes.

    Anyway, I agree with beyerdynamic''s descriptions: the DT 880 are for reference monitoring and the DT 990 are for critical listening and mastering. Having music production as a hobby since 2002, it makes sense to me and their sound signatures are the proof.

    Oh, I wanted to mention that good conversion/amplification gets rid of the "metallic tone" and sibilance of beyerdynamic headphones. It''s been established that the Sennheiser HD 650/6XX scale up with gear, and they do scale up, but so do these, and more noticeably. The better the equipment and the more power, the better they sound.

    Thanks for reading. God bless you!

    [EDIT-June 13, 2020]
    I like to read reviews, sure, but ultimately, I trust my own ears/brain. I completely disregard what other ears/brains hear. What use are they to me, right? I''ve been comparing these with my beyerdynamic T90 Jubilee using the beastly Tascam UH-7000 and the original Schiit Asgard, which sounds great.

    The DT 880 are less exciting in terms of energy, since the sound is not so "in-your-face", but there is something about the DT 880''s presentation that I like more. They sound more "out of the head", "wider" side to side and more "layered" from foreground to background.

    The DT 880 are just more balanced from lows to highs frequency and energy-wise, as if they had a transparent compressor. Weirdly, to my surprise, they also translate more emotion, even if they are reference headphones and not Hi-Fi headphones like the T90. Those I admit are more musical-sounding, BUT, musicality and musical emotion are two different things in my book.

    The sound stage on the DT 880 is not so "zoomed-in" like in the T90, so they don''t sound as full, but that "distance" in the sound presentation makes the DT 880 transmit something that the T90 lack. The DT 880 sound more "lonely" and not as ear-filling, which is something that kills a lot of headphones for me, but somehow, I precisely like that about them.

    It might seem like an undesirable trait, but I am sure that, regardless of experience level, trained ear or not, anyone could understand what I mean if they were to compare both side by side. The DT 880 simply affect me more emotionally even if the T90 are the obvious winners in the technical performance department.

    Is this preference of mine due to the DT 880''s design PLUS the drivers having way higher impedance and requiring more juice from the amp, which results in the drivers behaving differently in a way above my knowledge level? I have no clue. All I know is I somehow feel some kind of relief taking off the T90 and wearing the DT 880 even if they sound "smaller", more "distant" and less ear-filling.

    I can wear the T90 and go, "Wow, these sound incredible". Then I take them off, wear the DT 880 and go, "Aaaaah, I SO missed this...whatever THIS is." The T90 are tonally clearer, but the DT 880''s overall sound presentation is clearer, as if filtered. They are very, very different headphones. The T90 sound better technically, but the DT 880 emotionally take me to a better place.

    Ever since I got the DT 880, I''ve been saying to myself that they are special. It just took me a long while to figure out what it was. Yeah, the DT 990 are no slouches, but they don''t transmit the emotion that the DT 880 do. The DT 880 simply touch my feelings in a unique way. Just wanted to share this with you guys!
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    John M. Painter
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Accurate
    Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2017
    Color: SilverSize: 600 OHM
    I am a musician and producer/engineer. I got these mainly to use for editing and programming as well as a mixing reference. They are extremely comfortable as I often do hours of editing...headphones allow you to hear consistently without keeping your head in one position.... See more
    I am a musician and producer/engineer. I got these mainly to use for editing and programming as well as a mixing reference. They are extremely comfortable as I often do hours of editing...headphones allow you to hear consistently without keeping your head in one position. These make bad edits very easy to hear as well.

    The clarity of these headphones makes bright distortion and over-limiting very obvious. Same goes for low frequencies....you can hear overloads and you can hear separation between low instruments like bass and drums for instance.

    A lot of negative reviews are from people that don''t understand impedance matching and are used to bass-heavy cans.

    I hope mine don''t BREAK though :)
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    Jacob J.
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Are you kidding !!!!!
    Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2018
    Color: SilverSize: 600 OHM
    This kind of sound for this kind of price ?! Are you kidding !!!! A lot has been said and written about these cans but the fact is that it may be the best offer there is for analytical, precise and neutral sound. What that exactly is, is indeed a long story, but... See more
    This kind of sound for this kind of price ?! Are you kidding !!!!

    A lot has been said and written about these cans but the fact is that it may be the best offer there is for analytical, precise and neutral sound. What that exactly is, is indeed a long story, but let me say that you will hear things with these that you probably never heard before.

    First of all, my set-up is an Audeze Deckard Class A headphone amplifier (I believe it’s 4W class A), which obviously is more than sufficient to drive the 600 ohm versión that I have. I actually have two pairs of cans and yes, the amp drives them both at insanely high levels at the same time with a cable splitter !

    The comfort can probably not get a lot better. I use them for movies late in the evening, and after two hours or so, they’re still very comfortable, soft, right pressure, not hot at all.

    The built quality is sincerely 4/5. You don’t get a remarkable headphone for this price, but that said it is solid, nice metal work, all in all very very good at this price point. Yes. Metal. Wow.

    And the sound.... we all hear different, but what you should be able to hear is... detail. This baby will separate details, keep the mids and low end tight, and that’s already incredible at this price. Most people seem to worry about if it sounds shrill or the bass is “missing”. I’d say that you should check what recording material you’re listening to. People tend to forget that there are so many poorly recorded albums out there and these cans with tell you exactly that. So detailed, so revealing.

    Initially I found the low end lacking in “punch” but after experimenting endlessly with different music material and EQ settings, well, the conclusion is that the low end is there, in fact, it’s all there, just in a very controlled way. Difficult to explain, but let’s say “neutral” for lack of a better word. Very studio-like. In fact, I own Yamaha HS8 studio monitors and sub, so I do appreciate neutral sound.

    So, who should buy these ? First of all, if you don’t have an amp, stick to the 30 and 250 ohm versions. The 600 ohm NEEDS an amp, period, otherwise you’ll not be able to have a decent sound level and the control over the cans that you need. These cans are for serious music lovers who don’t mind being served the truth instead of soup. While you may be disappointed in discovering that certain music that you previously thought sounded all right suddenly sounds so-so, the real reward is discovering so many new things while listening. With good recording material, you will be amazed to hear the vocals, the instruments. Sound stage is so-so, but I think we have to be fair and not compare these cans with 5-10 times more expensive ones.

    My favorite music for these are jazz, classical, lounge, blues recordings and watching a movie with these with blow your mind ! I do listen to a fair share of electronic / house music which sounds great, but don’t expect the kick you get out of that with a solid pair of speakers - but that’s merely the nature of that kind of music.

    These are half-open headphones, so you will have to avoid noisy environments, plus it’s possible to hear what’s playing even if you’re sitting a fair bit of distance away. On the plus side, which I like, you can hear what’s going on in the world outside, e.g. if someone’s talking to you.

    Fantastic cans for an unbelievable low price.
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    Randy
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    My Favorite Beyers!
    Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2018
    Color: GraySize: 32 Ohm
    Let me start off by saying I’m a huge beyer fan. I’ve owned every version of the DT880 (250,600 and now 32 ohm). In addition I have a DT770/80, Amiron Home, DT1990 and A20 amp. The DT880/32 is probably my favorite. Their presentation is almost electrostatic in the highs -... See more
    Let me start off by saying I’m a huge beyer fan. I’ve owned every version of the DT880 (250,600 and now 32 ohm). In addition I have a DT770/80, Amiron Home, DT1990 and A20 amp. The DT880/32 is probably my favorite. Their presentation is almost electrostatic in the highs - super light, airy and not harsh at all. The bass is very deep but on the accurate side rather than being boosted, which I also prefer. Then the mids. Oh the mids. They’re dry, but beautiful. I’ve never heard a headphone that I’ve personally enjoyed as much as this one. This particular one. The 32. It sounds nearly identical to the 250 and 600... but I can run it off my iPhone. That’s a huge plus. The sound improves slightly with the amp - but man it’s negligible and if I didn’t have it to compare directly, I wouldn’t miss it.

    I love headphones that I don’t have to use a bunch of equipment to make them sound good - and these fit that bill. Boy, do they ever. Just buy them already.
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    Michael Rousselle
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    The perfect home stereo headphones.
    Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2018
    Color: GraySize: 250 OHM
    Excellent home stereo headphones. When I first put them on I quickly took them off, since I thought I had forgotten to turn off the speakers. That is how good they sound. They sound just like your speakers. The sound is quite neutral with no emphasis on the highs or lows,... See more
    Excellent home stereo headphones. When I first put them on I quickly took them off, since I thought I had forgotten to turn off the speakers. That is how good they sound. They sound just like your speakers. The sound is quite neutral with no emphasis on the highs or lows, perfect for most listening situations. The headphones are quite plush and quite comfortable if you wear them tightly on your head and not loose, although I did not find them as comfortable as Bose Quiet comfort. There is no problem with the cord coming loose since it is quite thick and well attached. I would not use these at the gym, since the cord is 10 feet long. Neither would I use these on an airplane since the carry case is about the size of small backpack with thick foam protection inside. In comparison the Bose quiet comfort case is about 1/5 the size. I found no decrease in the volume of these headphones compared with my normal earphones with use of my Sony Flac player. There is some noise penetration to the outside environment but not enough to distract other people in the same room unless they are within one foot of your ears, so you can certainly use them in the same room as someone looking at TV or reading a book. These headphones are well made with very little plastic and mostly metal. They look and feel like they will last a long time. I find the sound quality excellent and they are certainly worth the money.
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    T. Drake
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    It''s Good, but Don''t Believe ALL the Hype
    Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2020
    Color: SilverSize: 600 OHM
    The Beyerdynamic DT880 Premium Ed. 600-ohm is a dynamic driver, semi-open (basically open) around-ear headphone designed for professional-use cases with professional-grade gear. It''s been hyped up a fair bit recently even though it''s been on the market for a long time. Does... See more
    The Beyerdynamic DT880 Premium Ed. 600-ohm is a dynamic driver, semi-open (basically open) around-ear headphone designed for professional-use cases with professional-grade gear. It''s been hyped up a fair bit recently even though it''s been on the market for a long time. Does it live up to that hype?

    TL;DR - It''s a great headphone. More neutral than 770, and not as bright or sibilant at 990. More soundstage than HD 600-series and better imaging. Absolutely does NOT require "ALL THE POWER" to drive, but needs more than portable gear can offer.

    Packaging, Build & Accessories - Comes in a cardboard box with a graphic. Inside is a zippered, leatherette carrying case with a foam cutout for the headphone and cable. Pretty standard fare. Comes with it''s carrying case, and a threaded 1/4" adapter.

    Mostly plastic build, with metal grills, yokes, and a metal band that runs through a padded-leatherette wrap. As it''s a single cable from the left ear-cup, there is an exposed, black rubber wrapped cable coming out of the top of each ear-cup. The pads are actually the silver pads from the DT 990 and are not "880-specific". It feels like it''s designed to survive some sh*t, as any headphone designed for professional use should.

    Sound - It really is quite neutral. It sounds good, like it''s been tuned following research and time. More treble energy than HD 600 but hasn''t ever hurt like the HE-350 did, with tracks mastered too hot. Seems to have more bass than HD 600 as well. However, it seems to change it''s sound based on the output impedance of whatever it''s plugged into...

    600 Ohm headphones should ideally sound the same with almost any gear, but really low OI gear seemed to have a change in the low frequency region, sounding a bit more bloated, and melding a bit with the midrange. Using them with more higher Z-out sources yielded the best sound to my ears. The Topping DX7 Pro has around 10-ohms of Z-out, and according to available material, the Emotiva A100 BasX has around 200-Ohms, and the Darkvoice 336se has >100-ohms as well. These are the amps that sounded the best. Subtle differences, but that was my preference.

    Conclusions - As someone who listens to music as a hobby and not a profession, I feel these are worth their asking price. I tried them with a variety of amps and I consistently found that higher output impedances are my preference for getting the best sound out of them. That makes sense though, because a lot of professional gear has higher Z-out. 880 600-Ohm isn''t bad, or unlistenable with sub-1-ohm output impedance sources or anything though.

    The DT 880 600-ohm has a max power handling of 100mW per channel. That means, if you amplifier can output around 100mW or better at @ 600 Ohms, it''s more than capable of driving these to destruction. For reference, the BasX A100 in direct drive mode can output a claimed 600mW into 600-ohms, and 200mW into 600-Ohms in normal mode! Way more than enough power to drive these hard AF. Heck, the Topping DX7 Pro gets these plenty loud and sounding good for most music around -20 dB in high-gain. I had to max it out when I was watching some TV shows with tracks mastered quietly, but still.

    I want to remind people not to believe everything you hear or read on the internet. My power numbers come direct from Beyerdynamic''s, and Emotiva''s websites. Do your own research to determine what is necessary. You definitely don''t need a BasX A100 in direct drive mode WITH a DAC running more than 2 volts to drive these to satisfying volumes, but you will likely need more than an Apple Dongle, DAP, or USB bus-powered amp.

    However, these are a fine mid-fi headphone and definitely worthy of being added to most folk''s stable.

    *Disclaimer* - I have not been paid or otherwise had someone attempt to influence the content of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. My ears are not a universal measurement rig. Perception of audio is subjective and no review is a suitable substitute for ears-on time with a product.
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    Bui Hai Anh
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    The best purchase of mine!
    Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2016
    Color: GraySize: 32 Ohm
    Wow, the first time I put it on... booom! It was like, the thick blanket around my ears through the years had finally been lifted. Everything is so clear, I can really hear the singers inhaling, moving their lips and tongues, and the fingers caressing the strings.... See more
    Wow, the first time I put it on... booom! It was like, the thick blanket around my ears through the years had finally been lifted. Everything is so clear, I can really hear the singers inhaling, moving their lips and tongues, and the fingers caressing the strings.

    I listen to all kind of music, ranging from classical to rock, metal (think of Dimmu Borgir, Wintersun, Amorphis...) and everything in between. My quest was to find a detailed, revealing headphone, and I A/Bed several headphones in stores, using Fiio X3 2nd gen as I tried to find something efficient enough without the need of amplifier:
    * Sennheiser HD598: smooth, but boring for most rock with virtually no bass.
    * Audio-Technica ATH-M50x: overrated, the sound was too constricted and the bass was bloated. It gave me headache just after 5 minutes of listening.
    * Grado sr80e: Gosh! It was like somebody was using chainsaw right beside my ears. Couldn''t stand 1 minute.
    * Grado sr325e: smoother than sr80e, OK but a bit too metallic to me.
    * V-Moda M100: OK, good thumps, a bit less detailed than HD598 and sr325e. Looks good too.
    * Sennheiser Momentum On Ear: the bass was very good, detailed, strong, fast, but the mids was a letdown, too distant and overwhelmed by the bass. I could not enjoy any classical piece with it.
    * Audeze Sine: perhaps the Fiio X3 2nd could not handle that, because this headphone sounded like a $30 to me.

    I also own Sony XBA-A3 - a hybrid IEM with one 16mm dynamic driver and two balanced armature ones, and Skullcandy Grind. To me, the DT 880 is clearer by a wide margin, to the point that I use it to see the differences more than to enjoy the music. You can find the frequency response graphs of DT 880 and equalize it to achieve a smoother experience (that is, increase the bass and decrease the treble around 8kHz for better thump and less sibilance) without losing detail.

    I use the DT 880 mostly for films and classical music, and when my head is strong enough, rock and metal. The details are sometimes excessive, so to listen to music to relax, I use the XBA-A3 for a stronger (but slower) bass and smooth treble. The Skullcandy Grind is only for audiobook on my phone, merely because of the convenience (easy to put on/off, has button on the phone) as the bass on this phone is too much for any kind of music (good for those who want Beats bass but lack the money).
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    StormJH1Top Contributor: Guitars
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Excellent pair of semi-closed headphones for monitoring/studio work
    Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2018
    Color: BlackSize: 250 OHM
    The Beyerdynamic DT880 impressed me right out of the gate with its professional, German-made build quality, and lightweight comfort. The first thing I noticed when removing them from the box were that they were much lighter and more flexible than I expected. I purchased... See more
    The Beyerdynamic DT880 impressed me right out of the gate with its professional, German-made build quality, and lightweight comfort. The first thing I noticed when removing them from the box were that they were much lighter and more flexible than I expected. I purchased the 250-ohm "Premium" model in black. I understand that there is a "Pro" model with a coiled cable and a snugger fit. I have relatively large ears, so I was a little concerned about the cups being too small. That proved not to be the case at all, and I think they might be the most comfortable pair of headphones I now own.

    I landed on purchasing the DT880 because I recently got a Line 6 HX Stomp guitar modeling system, and the variety of budget and reference headsets I had weren''t a great fit for guitar frequencies. The two best options I had were the venerable Sony MDR-7506 (a great all-around set of headphones with flat response, but tends to sound "fizzy" with guitar) and a Sennheiser HD280PRO (better for guitar, but a bit heavy/awkward and still not ideal sound-wise). Several people recommended the DT880 to me because it is a semi-open design, which I had not used before. Closed headphones are great for sound isolation and booming low end, but they tend to lack depth and realism in how they sound. It''s difficult to describe, but you can immediately tell a difference with a semi-open design. I found them much more comfortable to wear for long periods, and the sound had a "3D feel" to it almost as if I were in a room and could hear and feel soundwaves closer and further away from my ears.

    That being said, the DT880 really does not compromise on low end or overall sound quality. Particularly on guitar, where a booming low end is either irrelevant or undesirable, they accurately relayed modeled guitar tones to my ears, without sounding stressed or "fizzy". This set immediately becomes my go-to for all guitar-playing needs, and in a quiet environment, I think it would be a great set for sound production/mastering, though I''ll definitely keep around the MDR-7506''s as a closed-back alternative.
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    Chainsaw Charlie
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Such a shame...
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 23, 2020
    After spending quite a lot of time listening to these phones (I''ve tried both the 600 ohm and the 250 ohm versions) I now feel qualified to write a fair appraisal of my listening experience with them... Firstly: The amplifier I used to drive these phones was more than...See more
    After spending quite a lot of time listening to these phones (I''ve tried both the 600 ohm and the 250 ohm versions) I now feel qualified to write a fair appraisal of my listening experience with them... Firstly: The amplifier I used to drive these phones was more than capable of delivering sonically pure sound to its headphone output socket (I am using my Sugden A48 hi-fi amp) without discolouring the source audio input (cd''s). Secondly: I really did want to ''like'' these phones after doing a lot of research about their ''neutral'' sound and the many positive reports about these being up there amongst the cream of the crop when it comes to ''audiophile'' headphones. Thirdly: I am writing this review connected with the 600 ohm version - but the majority of what I am writing is equally applicable to the 250 ohm version. BTW, I measured the 600 ohm''s status of these phones and found that there was a slight impedance difference between each earpiece - one side measured 550 ohms and the other measured 520 ohms! Although this slight difference may well be within Beyer''s accepted tolerance range, it may be an important bit of information if you are, like myself, expecting more exacting standards when shelling out this amount of money for higher priced headphones. I''ll start with the positives: They are solidly built and very lightweight and comfortable to wear - even for prolonged periods. I found the ''grip'' on my head just about right and wouldn''t want it any firmer and this was an important factor for me in choosing between the ''edition'' and ''pro'' version (the ''pro'' version is stated as having a much tighter grip). I also prefer to have the ''flat'' cable rather than the ''curled'' cable which is supplied with the ''pro'' version. The second - and most important positive consideration - is yes, they are very ''neutral'' indeed. They do seem to accurately reproduce the audio signal which is being used to drive them. This surely is the most important point to any listener who wants to hear their music ''without'' the artificial addition of ''extra'' bass etc, and from that particular positive, also comes the negative as I think that these headphones are closer to being true ''monitor'' headphones than most headphone users are used to listening to and, on that basis, I can well imagine that this is why there are so many reviewers who ''complain'' that there isn''t sufficient bass when using these phones. Rest assured - when its comes to the bass reproduction of these phones, when the bass IS there in the sound source (the bass in the new 2019 ''remix'' of the Beatles ''Abbey Road'' sounds particularly impressive in this regard) it most definitely IS there, AND IN ABUNDANCE!!! I was also impressed with the spacial feel to the soundstage that these phones offer - nicely wide and airy whilst retaining focused stereo positioning. In this regard these phones are even better than my ''go-to'' open-back Sennheiser''s. The last ''positive'': I have noted that many reviewers (on Amazon and elsewhere) have noted a ''rattle'' around the 6khz frequency - I did not hear anything which would fit this description - and I certainly put these phones through their paces with the many different genres of music which I enjoy listening to! And now the negatives (and the things which led to me returning these headphones for a refund - and I can honestly say that, if it wasn''t for the second negative listed below, I would have happily spent my hundred and fifty quid to keep them as I really did enjoy the ''neutral'' factor of the un-coloured sound they offer)... 1. Not really a negative - these phones are described as ''semi-closed''. Do not let that fool you - these phones leak sound just as much as my fully ''open-backed'' Sennheisers. Not a problem for me but it might be a problem for you if you expect to be seated in the same room as someone else who isn''t interested in listening to what you''re listening to! 2. The BIG negative: These phones sound far too ''bright'' for want of a way of a better description of why I could not be able to live with them long-term. My 15 year old Sennheiser''s are capable of producing the top-end frequency range of these Beyer''s but the Sennheiser''s do not ''sound'' as bright (and another term I might use would be ''brash'') in those upper ranges. From what I have read online it seems that these 880''s are known as having a certain ''sound'' (often characterised as ''the Beyer sound'') which many do indeed describe as ''bright'' and even ''harsh'' - and if this is the thing that is ''offending'' my ears, then I can''t help but agree with those fellow critics. This in turn led me to find that, no matter how comfortable they are to wear physically, they do in fact become quite ''wearisome'' to listen to for long periods because of this overly ''bright'' sound. It''s an odd phenomenon because (as noted above) they do indeed offer a superb ''neutral'' sound - and yet there is something which is too uncomfortably ''unnatural'' about that top-end sound. That big negative leads me to conclude that its such a shame that ''the Beyer sound'' detracted so much from the big positives of these phones because there really IS something very nice and worthwhile about their capabilities when driven from a good hi-fi amplifier - but, thinking about the use of these for prolonged periods of listening, I just can''t see myself wanting to ''live'' with them ''long-term''! Sorry Beyer, but my Sennheiser''s still have the edge.
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    Chainsaw Charlie
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Such a shame...
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 23, 2020
    After spending quite a lot of time listening to these phones (I''ve tried both the 600 ohm and the 250 ohm versions) I now feel qualified to write a fair appraisal of my listening experience with them... Firstly: The amplifier I used to drive these phones was more than...See more
    After spending quite a lot of time listening to these phones (I''ve tried both the 600 ohm and the 250 ohm versions) I now feel qualified to write a fair appraisal of my listening experience with them... Firstly: The amplifier I used to drive these phones was more than capable of delivering sonically pure sound to its headphone output socket (I am using my Sugden A48 hi-fi amp) without discolouring the source audio input (cd''s). Secondly: I really did want to ''like'' these phones after doing a lot of research about their ''neutral'' sound and the many positive reports about these being up there amongst the cream of the crop when it comes to ''audiophile'' headphones. Thirdly: I am writing this review connected with the 600 ohm version - but the majority of what I am writing is equally applicable to the 250 ohm version. BTW, I measured the 600 ohm''s status of these phones and found that there was a slight impedance difference between each earpiece - one side measured 550 ohms and the other measured 520 ohms! Although this slight difference may well be within Beyer''s accepted tolerance range, it may be an important bit of information if you are, like myself, expecting more exacting standards when shelling out this amount of money for higher priced headphones. I''ll start with the positives: They are solidly built and very lightweight and comfortable to wear - even for prolonged periods. I found the ''grip'' on my head just about right and wouldn''t want it any firmer and this was an important factor for me in choosing between the ''edition'' and ''pro'' version (the ''pro'' version is stated as having a much tighter grip). I also prefer to have the ''flat'' cable rather than the ''curled'' cable which is supplied with the ''pro'' version. The second - and most important positive consideration - is yes, they are very ''neutral'' indeed. They do seem to accurately reproduce the audio signal which is being used to drive them. This surely is the most important point to any listener who wants to hear their music ''without'' the artificial addition of ''extra'' bass etc, and from that particular positive, also comes the negative as I think that these headphones are closer to being true ''monitor'' headphones than most headphone users are used to listening to and, on that basis, I can well imagine that this is why there are so many reviewers who ''complain'' that there isn''t sufficient bass when using these phones. Rest assured - when its comes to the bass reproduction of these phones, when the bass IS there in the sound source (the bass in the new 2019 ''remix'' of the Beatles ''Abbey Road'' sounds particularly impressive in this regard) it most definitely IS there, AND IN ABUNDANCE!!! I was also impressed with the spacial feel to the soundstage that these phones offer - nicely wide and airy whilst retaining focused stereo positioning. In this regard these phones are even better than my ''go-to'' open-back Sennheiser''s. The last ''positive'': I have noted that many reviewers (on Amazon and elsewhere) have noted a ''rattle'' around the 6khz frequency - I did not hear anything which would fit this description - and I certainly put these phones through their paces with the many different genres of music which I enjoy listening to! And now the negatives (and the things which led to me returning these headphones for a refund - and I can honestly say that, if it wasn''t for the second negative listed below, I would have happily spent my hundred and fifty quid to keep them as I really did enjoy the ''neutral'' factor of the un-coloured sound they offer)... 1. Not really a negative - these phones are described as ''semi-closed''. Do not let that fool you - these phones leak sound just as much as my fully ''open-backed'' Sennheisers. Not a problem for me but it might be a problem for you if you expect to be seated in the same room as someone else who isn''t interested in listening to what you''re listening to! 2. The BIG negative: These phones sound far too ''bright'' for want of a way of a better description of why I could not be able to live with them long-term. My 15 year old Sennheiser''s are capable of producing the top-end frequency range of these Beyer''s but the Sennheiser''s do not ''sound'' as bright (and another term I might use would be ''brash'') in those upper ranges. From what I have read online it seems that these 880''s are known as having a certain ''sound'' (often characterised as ''the Beyer sound'') which many do indeed describe as ''bright'' and even ''harsh'' - and if this is the thing that is ''offending'' my ears, then I can''t help but agree with those fellow critics. This in turn led me to find that, no matter how comfortable they are to wear physically, they do in fact become quite ''wearisome'' to listen to for long periods because of this overly ''bright'' sound. It''s an odd phenomenon because (as noted above) they do indeed offer a superb ''neutral'' sound - and yet there is something which is too uncomfortably ''unnatural'' about that top-end sound. That big negative leads me to conclude that its such a shame that ''the Beyer sound'' detracted so much from the big positives of these phones because there really IS something very nice and worthwhile about their capabilities when driven from a good hi-fi amplifier - but, thinking about the use of these for prolonged periods of listening, I just can''t see myself wanting to ''live'' with them ''long-term''! Sorry Beyer, but my Sennheiser''s still have the edge.
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    Jeremy Robson
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Beyer DT880 - 600 ohm - top-notch ''phones.
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 5, 2018
    Aesthetically pleasing - more attractive than the DT880 Studio edition, I own - these Beyer DT880 headphones ooze quality - made in Germany - and, sonically speaking, are up there with the Sennheiser HD600 and HD650. More neutral sounding than the HD650, the Beyer DT880 is...See more
    Aesthetically pleasing - more attractive than the DT880 Studio edition, I own - these Beyer DT880 headphones ooze quality - made in Germany - and, sonically speaking, are up there with the Sennheiser HD600 and HD650. More neutral sounding than the HD650, the Beyer DT880 is highly analytical; the sound has a clinical precision which some may find is lacking in colour. But the Beyer''s neutrality offers remarkable levels of detail - it outperforms the HD650, in my opinion. But in the Sennheiser HD600 the Beyer DT880 meets its nemesis. The HD600 shows the Beyer DT880 a clean pair of heels when it comes to spatial location of instruments and ultimate transparency.. but it''s a close run thing and the Beyer DT880 is very comfortable to wear for long listening sessions. And the price has dropped.... these excellent headphones can be had for under £200... they are under-priced, to say the least. Snap up a bargain, while prices are low - these are high-end, hif-fi headphones of outstanding quality - genuine high fidelity sound quality. You''ll need a good headphone amplifier to drive the 600 ohm load, but the high impedance reduces the noise floor and detail is enhanced - excellent.
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    Freddie Five
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Used for mixing/producing electronic music
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 17, 2020
    I had to put a review out for these after listening to the first project I''ve used them for (these being DT 880 Edition 250 Ohm). The music I make is ''in the box - all on pc'' house music. Before now I''ve used HD25''s I had for DJ''ing. Every tune I made failed the car listen...See more
    I had to put a review out for these after listening to the first project I''ve used them for (these being DT 880 Edition 250 Ohm). The music I make is ''in the box - all on pc'' house music. Before now I''ve used HD25''s I had for DJ''ing. Every tune I made failed the car listen test each time. Forcing me to alter most elements of the track, backwards and forwards between car and computer til I got it close as possible. Very tiresome. Little did I realise just how responsible the HD25''s were for this.... I''ve now made my first track with the Beyer''s for reference mixing and it''s the first time a tune has passed the car test first time. Let me say this clearly for anyone wondering whether to get them for producing - what you hear in these headphones WILL translate to other systems. I''m absolutely blown away with the end result. Wish I''d bought them years ago and for the money I can''t see how you can get better. Oh, and how they are made is just awesome; sooooooooo sturdy (but not heavy on the head). 100% rate them
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    WRH
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    The tale of an elderly and much loved pair of DT880''s
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 1, 2018
    It''s rare on Amazon for any product listing to last this long, but it''s nice when it does. I purchased my Beyerdynamics DT880 headphones on Amazon in November 2010, so my headphones are now almost 8 years old. They''ve been my secondary pair since November last year however;...See more
    It''s rare on Amazon for any product listing to last this long, but it''s nice when it does. I purchased my Beyerdynamics DT880 headphones on Amazon in November 2010, so my headphones are now almost 8 years old. They''ve been my secondary pair since November last year however; I just fancied a different set. Up until 2010 I''d never spent more than £50 on a set of headphones, so i picked these as my first ''proper decent'' pair and I wasn''t disappointed. The price was a bit steep but I had cash to burn I paid £250 for them, yes they cost £250 in 2010. I remember them being fairly solid nice quality comfortable (they better be at that price) and the sound quality was super nice, if I could compare them to my current set they''re similar except the bass on my current set is slightly better. Bassheads beware, these phones are all about good quality sound all round, they don''t do boom. They offer a detailed frequency response including bass, but it''s never an uncontrolled distorted mess. The downside to owning these only applies to people who use these at night when people sleep, they give off a lot of noise being open at the back, another reason I chose to replace them after 7 years. I kept waking people up. ;) Long term ownership: They''re solid as a rock, I even stood on them and totally bent the frame on one side one night when I was drunk, I just bent it back into shape good as new. The ear pads wore out about the fifth year, I stitched them up, just a bit later the head padding deteriorated into a sticky mess so I got my Gran to stitch me a velour one. I did eventually retire them as my spares, but they''re still good, they sound the same as day one and they''ve had a lot of use, like 4 hours at a minimum nearly every day for 7 years.
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