Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro Studio Monitoring Headphones Review

The Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro studio monitoring headphones are just one of the three models in Beyerdynamic’s DT Pro series, which is designed to cater for different types of listening in a wide range of environments. This series has its roots in the early 1980s and has since been a favorite among audio professionals from all over the world. The “Pro” in the name indicates that the monitoring headphones are designed for studio and stage professional use.

The DT 770 is a closed-back model designed for critical music and sound monitoring. It currently has three variants: the 32 ohms version which is ideal for mobile applications, the 80 ohms which is ideal for recording applications within the studio, and the 250 ohms version which is perfect for mixing applications within the studio.

Beyerdynamic was founded by electrical engineer Eugen Beyer in 1924 to build cinema speakers. Their products are characterized by the company’s desire to continuously innovate and develop technology. Today, the company name is synonymous with a broad array of high-quality and professional audio products.

Features of the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro studio monitoring headphones

The Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro studio monitoring headphones are made from high-quality parts which are all replaceable. Built to last, these headphone monitors feature rugged construction and are lightweight. They are designed to give users the comfortable fit necessary for long sessions. The model utilizes a soft headband cushion to provide extreme comfort, and the 80 and 250 Ohm versions come with Velour circumaural and replaceable ear pads (i.e. they surround the entire ear), making these versions even more comfortable than normal.

The DT 770 Pro’s frequency response is an impressive 5Hz-35kHz. Moreover, the model is designed to provide superb sound reproduction across all frequencies. It also features a “bass reflex” technology designed to provide an improved bass response.

Its closed-back design is claimed to minimize outside noise and correctly orient the speakers to the ears. The diaphragms are custom-built in the company’s production facilities in Germany and are claimed to provide consistent performance over their lifetime.


Many users have commented about how comfortable the DT 770 Pro studio monitoring headphones are. According to them, it “feels as good as they sound.” The soft and fuzzy velour ear pads are almost like a pair of cushioned ear muffs, making the model perfect for very long monitoring sessions. The soft-padded headband also wraps neatly around the head, and the model’s 33.5g weight makes it compact and light. Users have also praised the durability of these studio headphones, saying that the construction is rock solid and that these monitoring headphones should last for many years.

There’s a good reason why the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro studio monitoring headphones have been a staple for both studio engineers and audiophiles for many years. These headphones provide exceptional clarity and accuracy and they pull out every ounce of detail in any audio recording. It can handle almost every type of music genre, including classical music, rap, rock, hip-hop and EDM. The low end is punchy, responsive and tight, and can produce some of the thumpiest tunes with accuracy. If you’re into dance music or anything bass-heavy, then DT 770 Pro is a sure winner. Fortunately, the DT 770 Pro’s good bass doesn’t come at the expense of the midrange or the high end. Both the high end and the midrange are good and detailed.

While the DT 770 Pro 250 Ohm’s closed-design does not shut out all external noise, it still provides decent isolation. The 32 Ohm version does come with a leather pad for better noise isolation if that’s what you prefer, plus this version is easier to drive with most devices. The 80 Ohm version can also be easily driven by an MP3 player, iPhone or a laptop. There is little difference between each variant when it comes to sound, but the 80 Ohm version tends to have more bass than the others, while the 250 Ohm version features more-pronounced highs.

Other Feedback

Again, comparing this pair to a marketing ploy of other, less qualified artist-branded headphones, is not even a subject of this discussion. It’s really day and night in terms of sound reproduction – and I challenge anyone to compare the products side by side! If you’re a bass-head (I’m talking to you, head-nodding warehouse dweller, you know who you are), then you will absolutely love these cans at your day-job desk! … Headphone Commute

Bass is admirably strong but not overemphasised, and there is plenty of detail on offer across the band. This is a particularly successful example of its type and we recommend it highly … Richard Black, Tech Radar

Technical Specs

Open/Closed: Closed
Frequency Response: 5-35Hz
Impedance: 32, 80, or 250 Ohms
Cable length: 3.0m (9.8ft)
Weight: 270g

For more information, go to Beyer’s website.


Representing excellent value for money, the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro studio monitoring headphones provides excellent performance and many satisfied users can vouch for it. Unlike several of its competitors in this price range, it doesn’t easily break and should last you a long time. If you want high-quality studio headphones with accurate sound, and particularly if you listen to a lot of bass-heavy music, you should definitely check out the DT 770 Pro headphones.

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8.5 Total Score
Excellent value

A popular headphone that represents excellent value for money

  • Extreme comfort
  • Durable
  • Tight and punchy bass
  • Does not cancel out all external noise
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