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Beyerdynamic T70P - Auriculares de diadema cerrados (con cable de 1.2 metros), negro y plateado
|Precio recomendado:||EUR 449,00|
|Ahorras:||EUR 66,99 (15%)|
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- Respuesta en frecuencia: 5 - 40000 Hz
- Impedancia nominal: 32 ohmios
- Nivel de presión sonora nominal: 104 dB (1 mW / 500 Hz)
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Descripción del producto
Adaptador de enchufe: Si
Adaptadores de audio incluidos: 6.3 mm
Auriculares: 3.5 mm
Color del producto: Negro, Plata
Contactos del conector chapado: Oro
Frecuencia de auricular: 5 - 40000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1.2 m
Obstrucción: 32 Ohmio
Peso: 374 g
Potencia máxima de entrada: 200 mW
Sensibilidad de auricular: 104 Db
Sistema acústico: closed
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
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I listen to pop, heavy metal, country, classic rock, blues, jazz, classical and wind ensemble music. It sounds fantastic with all of the above. I was concerned about the bass based upon some reviews that I read. The bass is great on my pair.
I rarely write a review, but I had to share my excitement on these.
Comfort= You'll forget they are there!
Durability = a mix of metal and high end plastic, appear to be very durable.
The Headphone cable; seems to be thicker and nice strain relief, as compared to T5s.
Isolation= will reduce the Jet engine to a low roar; but otherwise you'll have solitude. Will hear a toilet flush standing next to it, but little else.
Portability= They don't fold, but neither do the T5s; but the case for the T70s is big, with big foam! Will be a little inconvenient for travelling via planes, but I love them so much, willing to put up with it.
Drivability= Will work great with an Ipod, IPhone, likely work better amp'd, but totally not necessary.
Conclusion: These are just excellent headphones, without compromise in sound or quality.
Update 2242012: Headphone.com carries a HaedCase bag with shoulder strap; that lacks the 2-3 inch padding of the original, but does the trick, and give's them pretty extreme portability, with room for an accessory or two.
But at the same time the comfort is just not there... I have kind of a big head, not really huge, but big in proportions to the rest of the body, something similar to that guy that is shown on the pictures on the official website. I actually think that his eyes were closed from the pain... :) Anyway, with that head of mine I feel the pressure from the headphones all the time. In some cases it would even hurt to have them on for long time (20-40 minutes) so I have to take them off... I tried to stretch the band and even pulled it to the position when it was almost bending backwards, but it looks like they are designed to be tough and durable (which is supposed to be good) so that exercise didn't help... Now I'm keeping it stretched on the carrying case overnight to see if it's going ease up after some time... I really hope so... It got better just a little bit and sometimes I have them on for about an hour and the head gets used to the pressure and in those moments I notice for myself that I just enjoy the music and don't feel or pay attention to the headphones themselves. The cups have big diameter so they cover big area on each side of the head and with the pressure from the band the cups cut through areas of the scull with different surface levels so the pressure is not evenly distributed but hurts the parts that stick out the most. Also, if your hair is not cut short you will have the band and cups prints all over them, which in case of the office use may affect your appearance :) They are not light either... And one more thing - the carrying case. It's huge and is not really matching the meaning of the "p" in the name of the product... It's stuffed with the foam on the bottom and sides but doesn't have any protection on the top, which makes the excessive bottom and side protection kind of useless. I wish they would include the smaller case similar to the case used for T1 or T5 that I saw on the web...
Other than the comfort and the ridiculous carrying case the product is good with respect to quality and durability and does produce great sound.
UPDATE 04/09/2012: So it's been 6 months since the purchase. The comfort issues I described above are gone... The headphones finally broke in and in addition to great sound I'm getting comfortable fit on the head... The prints on my hair are still there though :) but I suppose it would be the same for any other headphones... Also, as someone else noticed they are not designed for being wrapped around your neck when not in use. The cups are just too big for that so you will have to find some other way to walk with them on your body without actually having them on your head, the need for which occurs sometimes when you travel through airports and sometimes want to take them off the head but not necessarily want to go through the extra motions of putting them back in the bag(pack)... Another observation: due to non-leather material on the cups and band they do absorb facial oil rather bad (if you have this problem) and then if you place them on some pile of papers on your desk all that oil will definitely transfer to those papers leaving quite distinct ugly oil marks, so make sure you don't put them on anything important... The good thing is that the cup and band covers are easily removable and can be simply washed with the soap and then put back on the phones. You'll just need something like a plastic toothpick to help you control the edge of the cover around the cup while putting it back on. Removing the band cover is a bit more complicated at first but once you figure it out it's quite easy and obviously easier to put it back on than the cup covers. However, another issue I've notices is that the wire that goes from the left to the right cup along the band under the band cover is not really protected and can potentially be damaged by the moving metal parts of the cup holders. The thin plastic inserts that are meant to protect the cable from rubbing against metal were cracked/broken when I removed the band cover, so they were of no use... The choice of that protection material doesn't seem to be the proper one for the application.
Other then that I'm still enjoying the great sound... Use it for listening to the music, play shooter games on iPhone (great sound for that) and watch action movies (absolutely great sound as well)... By the way the best enjoyment I get is when listening to guitar music such as Jessy Cook... Get goose bumps anytime one of those songs come up on the playlist... You can hear every decibel coming from the guitar...
UPDATE 12/09/2012: So, I had it for over a year now... Sound is still good... Durability... hmm.. I dropped them on the ceramic tile and cracked the plastic ring around the cup. Good thing it cracked laterally and although it split all the way through the ring is still there and usable even with this split. Anyway, that was my fault... But another issue is that the labels (T70p) pealed off from the cup... Surprisingly it only happened on one side while the other one is still Ok...
That's it for now... :)
Beyerdynamic DT 880 and 990 (600 Ohms Premium versions)
Sennheiser HD 600 and 598
Equipment is FIIO X5 DAP-DAC, Schiit Asgard Amp, iPod, iPad. I mostly listen to progressive bands and progressive metal bands, classical, and 70s rock and heavy metal. Quality is FLAC, WAV, ALAC and 320 kbps mp3s.
Let me tell you that this T70s blow all of them off the water. Even though his brothers 880 and 990 and the Senns are open back models, the T70p has better detail, equal soundstage, better dynamic and slighly better bass. The treble is very well defined and not fatiguing at all, with a clear and upfront midrange. The sound is simply stunning, incredible!
I really don't understand reviews that say it has no bass and describe the sound as cold. They probably listen to low bitrate files, that will really sound terrible with this headphones, as they are very unforgiving with low quality recordings. If you feed them with crap, they will spit it back right in your face. Or, you might want to look elsewhere if you listen to a lot of rap, disco, electronic or techno, cause you won't get the equalized bass impact that type of music requires.
However, heavy metal, jazz, blues, classical, vocals, operas will sound sublime! You will feel Jhon Petrucci's guitars and Mangini's cymbals are right next to you. Adele's vocals in Skyfall are simply incredible, you can even hear and feel her throat accomodating and struggling with the high notes. I can not recommend this T70s enough. I will sell all my other pairs (except the DT990 which I also love) and go for the T1 and the A1 amp which I'm sure will provide even better pleasure.
As to the Price, luckily the bad reviews have made them go down and you can get them at the Bay site for around 200 bucks. But even at the $350 amazon tags them, they are totally worth it.
Remember, music is one of the best pleasures life has given us. If you spent 1000 bucks on a phone that only lasts 18 months, spending 300 or 500 on a device that will last for 20 years and will reward you fully, is a no brainer.
Let me know if I can help you.
Have a blast!