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- Great for critical listening
- Build quality is superb
- Comfortable and well balanced sound
- Neutral sound signature
- Excellent resolution and detail retrieval
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For reference, I own or have owned DT880/600s, DT770/80s, T90s, HD600s, 598s, 712Pros, and have spent a goodly amount of time with the LCD-2s, HD800s, and the DT1990's big brothers, the T1/v2s. I have been amping the dt1990s with all kinds of stuff, but have found the best synergy with the Beyerdyna...
DT1990 Pro - Ideal Where Beautiful Sound Is Not A Virtue
Beyerdynamic recently released 3 new headphone models selling for $600, the DT1770 Pro, the DT1990 Pro, and the Amiron Home. The DT1770 Pro is a studio workhorse and does not have high-end sound quality. The DT1990 Pro and the Amiron Home are both high-end headphones. The DT1990 model number is a pr...
Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO
The Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO are great, well-built critical listening headphones. They have the most premium look and feel of all the Beyerdynamic models that we've tested so far, and they're a durable, sturdy option that should last you a while.
Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro Review
In the pro department, we're also fans of the less expensive Sennheiser HD6 Mix, the Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro, and the in-ear Etymotic ER4 XR—all solid options that bring unique strengths to the table. The Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro is a solid pair of headphones for engineers, delivering a detailed, accurate frequency response capable of reaching down for deep lows in the mix. Sign up for Lab Report to get the latest reviews and top product advice delivered right to your inbox
Stick a fork in me.
I found myself incessantly reading and watching headphone reviews, in search of the perfect sound for 500 bucks or so and before I knew it the Beyerdynamic DT 1990 pro’s were in my hand along with something called Schiit. Anyways, mind blown and I would never need another can EVER.
I find the DT 1990 Pro awesome but **too fatiguing** even with Equalizer APO settings. So I'm trying to replace my headphones and while I am at it also replace other equipment. This will be strictly for FPS gaming and so directional queues are important. That being said the sound needs to be enjoyable too.
\- Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro (Too harsh in the highs). \- Hifiman Sundara (Lack of quality control, I want to wear the headphones for a while). haven't test heard any of those models yet, because of... you know... Massdrop is out, I am European based.
Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro Review
Alright guys I think that's gonna wrap it up for today. I Tried to make this as quick as I possibly could because there was a lot to cover and I really really liked these headphones a lot and I wanted that to come across and I hope it did.
Thinking of the Audeze Mobius, Beyerdynamic DT 1990 pro, MMX 300, TYGR 300R, or Sennheiser PC37X, HD58X.... I play a variety of FPS games as well as RPG games, so I would love to have a headphone with great imaging and a decent soundstage. I think the sound imaging is the most important for me.