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beyerdynamic 拜亚动力 DT 1990 Pro Open 头戴式录音室耳机
- 柔软，可更换的耳垫和头带，适合长时间的工作室学习。耳机频率响应：5-40,000 Hz，标称声压级：102 dBSPL（1mW / 500Hz）
DT 1990 Pro这款录音室耳机在开放式的设计中结合了数十年耳机技术的专业知识和新的Tesla驱动器技术，凭借其高分辨率和均衡的声音，DT 1990 Pro设定了新的标准，尤其是在设计和工艺方面。与所有拜亚动力专业录音室耳机一样，DT 1990 Pro也是在德国手工制作，以优质的材料和精细的工艺为后盾，这种高端产品是一项长期的投资，高分辨率的特斯拉驱动器与巧妙的后盖设计相结合，确保了宽广，动态和极其自然的立体声图像。钛涂层的声学织物和精心挑选的精密编织的纺织品使平衡的音质更加完美。借助开放式设计，可获得自然而独特的空间声音。完美的空间声音能再现使DT 1990 Pro耳机，成为混音和母带应用以及关键聆听的可靠参考。借助可更换的丝绒耳垫，您可以在平衡声音或分析声音之间进行选择。两种耳垫均包含在内，可以完成无可挑剔的录音室耳机包装。
几十年来，全世界的专业用户都对beyerdynamic 工作室参考耳机充满了信任。 它们仍然是音乐制作人，声音技术人员和广播用户的至佳之选，并且是世界各地录音棚中的标配。
DT 1990 PRO参考耳机在露背式设计中结合了数十年来在耳机技术和特斯拉驱动器技术方面的专业知识，开创了高分辨率和均衡的声音新的标准。
采用特斯拉技术（Tesla Technology ）
DT 1990 PRO的核心在于其特斯拉（Tesla）传感器，能够提供至佳的准确性，灵敏性和强大的电源，并提供尽可能至为敏感和详细的聆听体验。
DT 1990 PRO的完美设计结合了创新和数十年的耳机技术专业知识。 高科技织物和记忆材料泡沫填充的耳垫可确保出色的佩戴舒适性。 如此舒适的耳机几乎让您忘记了您还戴着耳机。
开放环绕式设计使声音自然而独特。 至佳的空间声音再现使DT 1990 PRO耳机成为混音和母带处理以及监听的可靠助力。
I listen mostly to 1950s-1960s jazz. Think Roach and Brown, Ammons and Stitt, Blakey, Silver, Mingus, Ellington, Gillespie, Monk, Peterson, Davis, Coltrane, Coleman, Green, Montgomery, Hubbard, Shorter, etc. etc. A lot of Zorn (mainly Masada) and some contemporary classical (Reich, Riley, Bryars, Arnalds, Frahm, Guonadottir). When I'm listening to pop, it's usually stuff by Nick Cave, Greg Cartwright, or Jason Molina (RIP). Oh, also, Thee Oh Sees are the shiz.
Let me just say that the DT1990s come ready to rumble no matter your tastes. Simply put, they just feel "right." That is, from the moment I put them on, I had the sense that I was finally hearing the music as the engineer intended. No coloration. No tricks, no treats. Just the straight business (for better and worse, depending on the quality of the original recording). It puts you right in the studio, in the first few rows of the concert hall, or at that corner table close enough to share your drink with the drummer. As transparent a set of headphones as I've ever heard. Now, I've always loved the HD600s for jazz (personally, far more than the HD650s), but I always felt that something was missing...a more robust low end. In this sense, the DT1990s deliver fully on the promise of the HD600s. Just as neutral, just as precise in terms of imaging, but with a more rock solid and effortless delivery (and much better built and loads more comfortable on the head).
Ultimately, these headphones are miles beyond the other headphones I own (with the HD600s a distant second [though still a terrific set of phones]) The HD800s are fantastic, but in truth, I always found the soundstaging too exaggerated for the sort of small ensemble/chamber stuff I listen to. Really, they always took me out of the scene instead of putting me there as the DT1990s do. Personally, I've never found planar magnetics to play all that well with jazz and the LCD-2s are no exception. Just a tad on the slow side for my taste. I always felt like they were playing catch up through really busy sections, and frankly, just a touch dark. The T1s might be more detailed, but not $400+ more detailed IMHO. I say skip the T1s and invest in these bad boys instead.
And regarding the price: sure, it seems a bit steep. But like all passive transducers, these headphones should last you decades. Hell, I'm still in love with (and have never felt compelled to replace) my mid-90s JBL monitors. Do yourself a favor and skimp on that new TV (which, if not relative junk from day one, will be obsolete in 4 years or dead in 8) and treat yourself to these, your new best friends for life.
Oh, and by the way, I've never reviewed a product on Amazon before. With that in mind, the very fact that you are reading this review right now does these headphones more justice than my words ever could.
yeah. these. you need these.
Build Quality- The germans did it. This feels like a headphone that would outlast every other pair I have, even my polished Z7s.
Accessories- Comes with 2 cables. A short coil cable, and a long straight cable. No balanced connector, but I’ll explain why it isn’t even necessary anymore. It even comes with an extra pair of pads. All in a neat carrying case.
Sound- Alive. That is the one word that describes this headphone. For the first time, I have a headphone that feels alive. The detail is insane.
Treble- The Beyer controversy. I can happily report that whatever they did do these, makes these sound nothing like the 990. The treble is up there, it’s detailed, and for once, it is actually present. But let’s get the elephant out of the room: sibilance is near to none. I’ve experienced sibilance before (M2 Momentum), and it was painful. These aren’t painful. Im treble sensitive, and these work great. The “S” is sometimes peaky, but it doesn’t even matter. That is part of the recording. But at the same time, you are being hit with so much treble detail, everything else takes it over. The Sennheiser Hd 600s is lacking in this category. The Sony MDRZ7 doesn’t even want to get near the treble area. Clear Winner: DT 1990.
Mids- It is there, it is in line and pretty neutral. Between this and the HD 600, the Sennheiser still retains that vocal edge, but it is pretty close. Detail retrieval still goes the DT 1990. But if one were to listen to music ONLY for the midrange, the HD 600 would win. The Sony MDRZ7 is just feels thinner in the mid range, and the mid bass bloat doesn’t help either.
Bass- What everyone wants to know. For an open headphone, the bass is thumping. The HD 600 doesn’t even get close to the quantity and detail in the bass region of the DT 1990. Of course, the MDRZ7 are good at something, and that is warm layered bass.
Wild Card: Oppo Pm-3. Treble- DT 1990 has actual treble. Mids- DT 1990 has a more detailed mid range. Bass- PM-3 is similar to Hd 600 bass, lacking and kind of thin.
If I was given the choice of either keeping the rest of my headphones or selling them off for just this one, I’d keep the DT 1990 in a heartbeat.
Edit: After spending some time with them, I decided to knock off 2 stars. The “pounding treble” is starting to become head ache inducing on normal tracks. It isn’t the sibilance, it’s the fact that the treble is so present in quantity that it hurts.
This would be a headphones for the professionals who need to hear the treble in abundance. Also good for those who love treble, and are not all treble sensitive. I also suspect this would go well with people of older age, as the highs on this would compensate out for over time hearing loss.
But for the younger listener, the high is way too hot for enjoyment.
If you already own a pair of beyerdynamic headphones there are an obvious upgrade. If you're coming from a different brand, they'll take some getting used to.