- For mixing and mastering
- Tesla 2.0 Technology
- Open design
- Circumaural design
- Impedance: 250 Ohm
- Sound pressure level: 102 dB/SPL (1 mW/500 Hz)
- Frequency response: 5 - 40,000 Hz
- Maximum input level: 200 mW
- Headband padding: Artificial leather
- Cable: Straight 3 m
- Coiled cable: 5 m (stretched out)
- 3-Pin mini XLR plug
- Weight: 370 g (without cable)
- Includes a 6.3 mm adapter, verlour ear pads, and a hard case and bag made from artificial leather
Best in technology and sound
The beyerdynamic DT-1990 Pro 250 Ohm is a pair of premium-quality, open-back circumaural studio headphones. In addition to the headphones and a carrying case, beyerdynamic includes a second pair of ear pads in the scope of delivery. While a balanced sound is produced via the standard vinyl ear pads, the interchangeable leatherette ear pads provide an analytical sound instead. The headphones' 3m straight cable plugs into one end so it won't become tangled up in front of your body and get in the way. On the other hand, the 5m long coiled cable, also included, can provide maximum freedom of movement in the studio.
Wide spectrum and fine resolution
The immense frequency range of the beyerdynamic DT-1990 Pro extends down to an incredible 5Hz, offering a wider audio spectrum than most competitors. The impedance of 250 ohms requires a headphone amplifier that provides sufficient voltage to operate the DT-1990 Pro at normal volume levels and to exploit its high resolution. Whoever buys these headphones will thus not be using them with a smartphone, laptop, etc., but will be working with audio technology on a professional level. When used with a good preamp, these headphones can reproduce sound undistorted up to a maximum sound pressure level of 102dB SPL.
High quality and versatility
Those who demand high sound quality from their headphones and are also looking for a device that is comfortable to wear during long studio sessions will find what they are looking for with the beyerdynamic DT-1990 Pro. The headphones are adaptable and suitable even for users with changing requirements thanks to the inclusion of two pairs of interchangeable ear pads that provide different sounds. This means that users don't have to buy a second pair of headphones with a complementary sound. Those who are often on the road but do not want to do without high-quality sound can transport the DT-1990 Pro safely in the snug-fitting hard case, which is also included in the scope of delivery.
beyerdynamic was founded in Berlin in 1924 as a manufacturer of cinema loudspeakers. In 1937, Eugen Beyer developed the DT 48, the first set of dynamic headphones, followed two years later by the M 19 dynamic microphone. After the Second World War, the company moved to Heilbronn, Germany, and now also has a US subsidiary with headquarters in Farmingdale, New York. beyerdynamic's most popular products traditionally include headphones and microphones for both live and studio use, and the company also has a strong presence in the consumer and conference technology sectors as well as in the field of installation microphones, interpreter consoles, and tour guide systems.
Perfect for mixing and mastering
Thanks to its open design, the Beyerdynamic DT-1990 Pro delivers an uncompressed sound that enables excellent signal evaluation in situations involving mixing and mastering. But its wide frequency reproduction range and richness of detail are also reasons why these headphones are suitable for even the highest standards in the field of audio mastering. With their extremely wide frequency range, these headphones are ideally suited for use with high-quality equipment and high-resolution signal chains. Even when it comes to assessing recorded signals in the studio, the DT-1990 Pro succeeds without missing a beat even at the far end of the sound spectrum.