beyerdynamic T1 3rd Generation

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High-End Tesla Headphones

  • Open design
  • Circumaural
  • Frequency response: 5 - 50,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 32 Ohm
  • SPL (sound pressure level): 100 dB (1 mW)
  • Rated power: 300 mW
  • Max. SPL: 124 dB (300 mW)
  • Tesla technology
  • Fabric-covered, plug-in cable; Length: 3 m
  • Gold-plated 3-pin stereo jack plug: 3.5 mm
  • Weight: 360 g
  • Includes a hard case and 6.3 mm adapter
  • Handmade in Germany
Design Over-Ear
System Open
Impedance 32 Ohms
Frequency range 5 Hz – 50000 Hz
Adapter Yes
Replacable Cable Yes
Marrone/Argento Black
available since September 2020
Item number 497806
Frequency range min. 5 Hz
Frequency range max. 50000 Hz
Type Of Connector Mini Jack
Weight 360 g
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£769
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lovely & lively bass, beautifully warm while preserving details of the whole frequency spectrum
Loay Soudi 16.06.2021
Bass is simply phenomenal! punchy and lethal, feels like a planar but without the planar disadvantages (oversize and heavy weight), I’m really not sure how did beyerdynamic manage to get this kind of massive powerful bass from such small dynamic drivers, moreover; while very bassy and warm sounding; no detail is lost when bass is punching through your skull, it really is a master of keeping its very high resolution and preserving detail whether its treble or mids, all is there and all perfectly intact, if you are a bass head that happen to love high res audio too look no farther.

another aspect i love is its warm sounding profile which is a welcome thing that is rarely found in ultra-high end headphones, very smooth and comfy sounding, those headphones was intentionally tuned for home use and entertainment, it should never cause you any fatigue no matter how long or loud you listen to them which is a plus in my opinion, some might be turned off because of its very warm sound nature and its totally understood if you are used to more bright sounding headphones, but unless you're planning to use the headphone strictly for audio production/monitoring i highly advise you to give it a few days till your ears get used to its warmness and trust me it will grow into you and you will love it for any and all entertainment purposes be it music, cinema or gaming, damn if that shotgun doesn’t sound epic!!!

Finally sound stage and imaging is simply great and is what you would come to expect from any open back headphone, not much to say here, all is good.

now the only disadvantage i see is its fit and comfort, its not exactly uncomfortable; but its not the best either, the ear cups are a bit on the smaller side, barely fit my ears (which are not exactly the biggest ears btw), also the fit is a bit on the lose side so be careful they don’t fall down if you happen to move fast or lean down to grab something ... so yeah i hope T1 4th gen will address that.
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Disappointing Upgrace
Wigoner fan 23.10.2020
I'm a huge fan of the beyer sound, I have bought a lot of their models, including the t1 and t5 2nd gen, so I was eager for this update they call a "masterpiece".

Sorry, Beyer, but this is far from a masterpiece, not even a very good headphone, but something it should cost 300/400 euros top. Not 1000.
The sound is too boomy on most music genres, muddy and not defined or refined and the highs lack sparkle completely. Excesively warm and not in a velvety way like some Audeze models.

So, imo this is just a meh downgrade. The design also nothing special. The best looking beyer flagship was the original t1, and the t1 2nd gen also looked better than this thing that I'm still fighting to like trying it on a lot of headphones amps like the Rupert Neve RNHP, the ifi Zen Can, the Topping A90 or even the Beyer A2.

Sound is lacking in all of them.

Not worthy of being called a "flagship" headphone.
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Sehr feiner und differenzierter High-End-Kopfhörer!
Mlad 15.05.2021
Als Upgrade zu dem von mir sehr geschätzten AKG K 702 erwarb ich den T1 von Beyerdynamic.
Ein insgesamt absolut hervorragender Kopfhörer. Verglichen mit dem neuen T1 klingt selbst der altbewährte und sehr geschätzte AKG schlaff und blechern.
Der T1 erzeugt ein sehr subtiles, offenes, kraftvolles und extrem differenziertes Klangbild.
Haptisch und akustisch ein Genuss!
Für mich einer der besten Kopfhörer überhaupt!
Die teils negativen Beurteilungen („Badewanne“, „verhangen“, „schlechte Abstimmung“etc.)
kann ich nicht ansatzweise nachvollziehen.
Ich kann den T1 nur empfehlen.
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Zu warm, zu bassig und zu sibilant
Undrask 20.10.2020
Ich will diesen Kopfhörer wirklich mögen, er sieht gut aus und ist gut verarbeitet, aber der Klang gefällt mir einfach nicht! Technisch wirklich top, der T1 3 löst sehr gut auf, hat eine sehr gute Tiefenstaffelung sowie eine realistische Räumlichkeit und er klingt auch recht transparent. Die Abstimmung jedoch sagt mir gar nicht zu, der Bass kann je nach Genre sehr dröhnend klingen. Musik mit wenig Bass kann passen aber bei Musik mit viel Bass ist Vorsicht geboten! Der T1 3 klingt auch sehr Warm und verhangen, daran gewöhnt man sich, dann klingt er klarer aber die Luftigkeit fehlt einfach. Die Sibilanten, also S und T Laute können bei schlechterem Musikmaterial zum zischen neigen, allerdings nur dann wenn man ein empfindliches Gehör hat wie ich, die meisten anderen merken davon wahrscheinlich nichts. Betrieben wurde der T1 3 an einem Ifi xCan PKHV OHNE aktiviertem XBass II.
Wirklich schade aber für mich hat er tonal einfach nicht gepasst.
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