beyerdynamic DT 900 PRO X


Studio headphones

  • Dynamic
  • Open
  • Circumaural
  • STELLAR.45 driver
  • Impedance: 48 Ohm
  • Sound pressure level: @1 mW / 500 Hz 100 dB SPL
  • Frequency response: 5 - 40.000 Hz
  • Power rating: 100 mW
  • Max. input level : 30 mW
  • Distortion @ 1 mW 0.80% @ 100 Hz (0.05% @ 500 Hz , 0.04% @ 1 kHz)
  • Spring steel headband with memory foam
  • Interchangeable ear and head pads
  • Velour ear pads
  • Single-sided, pluggable cable
  • Weight: 345 g
  • Incl. Straight 3 m cable with mini XLR and 3.5 mm stereo jack plug with 6.35 m adapter, straight 1.8 m cable with mini XLR and 3.5 mm stereo jack plug with 6.35 mm adapter and a case
Diseño Over-Ear
Sistema Abierto
Respuesta en frecuencia 5 Hz – 40000 Hz
Cable intercambiable
Color Negro
Disponible desde Octubre 2021
número de artículo 527377
Respuesta en frecuencia desde 5 Hz
Respuesta en frecuencia hasta 40000 Hz
SPL Max. 100 dB
Tipo de conector Minijack
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248 €
Sin gastos de envío e incluyendo IVA.
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11 Valoraciones de los clientes

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Lamentablemente hubo un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde.
Overall great headphone with really neutral response, at least to my ears
Cofi 11.11.2021
I ordered both 990 and 900 pro x. I mainly listen to edm (literally everything from hardcore to ambient) and some jazz. I will try to compare the two as best I can. Also I am doing a lot of music production and play games from time to time.

DT 900 Pro X - better and more solid build, feels a lot more premium

DT 990 Pro - definitely not cheap, but not on par with 900 pro x

Note: with both headphones one of my ears touched the inner part of headphone which I didn't find annoying

DT 900 Pro X - just a bit more comfortable on head than 990 and pads are softer, more pillow like, a plus for detachable cable (didn't have any problems with it like some people do)

DT 990 Pro - more open and spacious, but feels a bit "too light" on the head, but it's definitely a good thing for longer sessions, also headband pad feels more premium on this headphone, but not as soft as 900 pro x

As this is very subjective part, I will report differences observed between the two models

DT 900 Pro x: overall flatter sound signature - flat bass and better extension, more forward and detailed mids, a bit darker with a spike or two in treble which I didn't even noticed until started to play with EQ, but still could pick up more details than on 990. Sound is slightly closed in than on 990, but imaging and general sense of space is better

DT 990 Pro: more V shaped with emphasis on treble - more bass (less clean), distant/reduced mids, very strong relatively consistent treble, but too harsh for me personally. More songs were too bright than not. These are very open and have bigger soundstage, but also more confusing one (less precise).

I decided to go with 900 Pro x easily, they feel more premium and solid, works "out of the box" for me and don't need any EQ really (maybe just to tame those spikes in treble by a 3 db). Mixes translated a bit better. Tried it on some new mixes, as well as old ones. Do note that I'm a bit treble sensitive and DT 990 Pros are just too bright and mid recessed, so my mixes sounded darker than they should, also mids were too close for my taste.
Definitely recommending DT 900 Pro X

Hope I helped someone,
Cheers :D
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Lamentablemente hubo un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde.
Great New Product
talponne 16.11.2021
Very versatile headphones, which go well on any type of music... I'm not using them for mastering or mixing, but just for my own enjoyment.
I'm saying versatile because you can swap the filter foam disc with the ones from 1990 and get a different signature, more open and with better clarity.
Not that far away from 1990, when you swap the filters, in terms of sound quality.
As comfort goes, 900 are really easy to wear for a couple of hours, more comfortable than 1990, in my opinion.
If you like Beyer's house sound, but your brain can't take the 1990's treble, you can use the 900 as stock without problems. If you want a budget 1990 then get these and swap the filters.
The 900 is my budget headphone king!
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Lamentablemente hubo un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde.
An upgrade from DT 990 PRO
Chrinasso 26.10.2021
Nice sounding headphones with more pronounced mids and a little more tamed highs than the DT 990 pro.
Soundstage feels a bit tighter on these compared to the 990s which have an "airier" soundstage.
These have more accurate imaging though.
A welcome to the detachable cable and the 45 ohm driver which makes it easy to drive without an amp!
At first det earpads feel a little stiff, and they're significantly tighter than the 990s, but after a week's use they get worn in and feels way better. The DT 990 is still more comfortable, IMO.
4 out 5 stars because of better comfort on the dt 990.
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These are some good headphones, but...
Francis McAlister 06.11.2021
But my experience wasn't great out of the box.
As soon as I took them out and plugged in the shorter cable (I was going to use it as my daily driver) I noticed it loses contact at certain angles, which makes desktop use very bothersome and unreliable.
The second longer cable seems to work just fine, but to be honest I'm a little disappointed in Beyerdynamic's quality control, hence the 4 stars in quality.

Compared to the previous models these definitely have better materials and design but also a stronger clamping force and a bit stiffer earpads, overall they're still a 5/5 to me when it comes to comfort.
Plus they made the earpads and the headband extremely easy to remove and put back in place, which is another big thumbs up.

As far as sound goes they definitely have better bass and some more natural, flatter mids than the previous generation, but I had to EQ them in the higher frequencies because they sound a bit dull especially in the 8k region (ironic, given the fact the d990s had a bad rep for having too much of that) and after the 10k peak, where they have a pretty big scoop, this is particularly noticeable in music with lots of cymbals or distortion.
The soundstage is a bit narrower than the dt990s but I believe they have an edge in imaging.

Aside from my bad cable, like I said in the title these are good headphones you can use at their best anywhere, and I cannot say that about many other professional studio headphones at all. They have a good sound signature for casual listening, but I think I'd use said EQ if I were to work with sound.
Overall I think they're worth the price and seem likely to stand the test of time.
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