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  1. Another unique and best-of, with these differences: Very near neutral/flat, but not bright or treble-peaky, and bass solid from top to bottom (really). Plus, the best upper-harmonics reproduction I've heard outside of the Sennheiser HD800. Highly, highly recommended. Beyerdynamic DT-1770 Pro Around-Ear Stereo Headphone review | Headphones Hangout Forum
  2. Here is a delightful little portable headphone from Beyerdynamic, and unlike most of their other low-end portables, this is a real (made in Germany) Beyer with their famous earcup forks and all. The signature is much flatter than the Beyer mini-Teslas (T51p, DT1350, ....), with better extension on both ends - I love it. Beyerdynamic Custom Street On-Ear Stereo Headphone review | Headphones Hangout Forum
  3. The T1 is the best headphone listening experience I've had. I had the Sennheiser HD800 for 3 years, but rarely used it except as a reference. The T1 impresses me as sounding more like real music than the breathtaking but sonically-enhanced HD800. Beyerdynamic T1 'Tesla' Stereo Headphone review
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