Beyerdynamic launches new series of headphones and microphones
Beyerdynamic launches new series of on-ear headphones and studio microphones
Well-known German audio equipment manufacturer Beyerdynamic has launched its new “X” series of headphones and microphones. The new products introduced in the series are the DT 700 Pro X (closed back), DT 900 Pro X (open back) headphones and a pair of studio microphones namely M70 Pro X, M90 Pro X, aimed at content creators. Here is an in-depth review of the equipment below.
This new line of German-designed Pro X-series audio accessories is built with high-end manufacturing equipment and manual assembly at Beyer’s own factory in Germany. Their membranes feature a completely new design with low weight and high rigidity. Their voice coils, on the other hand, use a copper alloy, which weighs about 40% less than pure copper with high electrical conductivity. This along with the powerful neodymium driver gives improved transient response and high sensitivity, therefore suitable for professional and consumer devices.
M70 Pro X
- Type: dynamic end address model designed for speech
- Response frequency:50 Hz-18 kHz
- Pattern: cardioid polar pattern
- Sensitivity:1.8 mV / Pa
- Ideal for: streamers, podcasters, vloggers
M90 Pro X
- Type: cardioid microphone with side address
- Response frequency:20Hz-20kHz
- SPL: up to 133dB A-weighted (at 1kHz)
- Accessories: shockproof support, gooseneck pop filter (beware of low parasitic frequencies)
DT 700 Pro X & DT 900 Pro X
The DT 700 Pro X is a closed helmet and the DT 900 Pro X is an open helmet:
- Response frequency:5Hz-40kHz
- [email protected]1kHz:0.04 percent, for one 1mW grab.
- Length: the two new headphones will come with 1.8 m and 3m cables, each terminating with a mini-XLR jack (for headphones) at one end
- Plating: gold-plated mini-jack (small to large adapters are also provided)
DT 700 Pro X
DT 900 Pro X
The M70 Pro X the dynamic microphone is priced at € 249, while the M90 Pro X carries a price of € 299. The DT 700 Pro X and DT 900 Pro X are priced slightly higher than Beyerdynamic’s established DT 770 Pros, at € 249 a piece.
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