German audio maker Beyerdynamic today launched its studio class headphones DT 770 in India that can be used for mobile mixing.
Priced at Rs 14,500, the special edition of the DT 770 Pro comes with an impedance of 32 ohms for optimal use with smartphones, mobile players and notebooks. The headsets will be available at select retail stores or directly from the manufacturer at www.beyerdynamic.com.
The new 32-ohm version of the DT 770 Pro is the solution for all artists who don’t want to go without their favourite equipment for checking and mixing audio while on-the-go. The new model offers exactly the same sound quality as its studio-optimised counterparts and maintains large volume reserves even when working with weaker output levels.
Combining a balanced sound with long-term wearing comfort, thanks to the smooth soft skin ear cushions, the new DT 770 Pros now allow you to take your favourite studio sound with you, wherever you are in the world.
As most of the audio professionals know, DT 770 Pro headphones are virtually indestructible. Even if you are unfortunate enough to experience a breakage, nearly every part can be replaced individually, thanks to intelligent design and implementation. The new DT 770 Pro maintains this clever design ethos by offering a shorter connection cable (1.6 m) to keep things convenient when using it with portable devices.
The closed, diffuse-field equalised studio headphones DT 770 features soft skin (artificial leather) ear cushions for easy cleaning and better suppression of ambient noise, an enhanced bass reflex system and has sturdy, easy-to-maintain design with parts that can easily be replaced.