Beyerdynamic headphones

From the cinema speaker to microphone and headphones

The “Elektronische Fabrik Eugen Beyer” has existed since the mid 1920s and is a German manufacturer offering high-quality microphones and headphones. For a long time, Beyerdynamic headphones were regarded as a reference, and even today, with significantly increased competition, the employees from Heilbronn know how to assert themselves on the world market again and again.

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The latest reviews: Beyerdynamic

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 3 months ago

Beyerdynamic Blue Byrd

Bluetooth In-Ears with Sound Personalisation Potential

Beyerdynamic’s Blue Byrd model offers up an extremely lightweight choice of in-ear, making it a very interesting prospect for those after something suitable for mobile use. The Bluetooth model utilises a connecting cable instead of neckband, which, like the black plastic housing of the drivers...

3.3

Bluetooth by Numinos 3 months ago

Beyerdynamic Xelento Wireless

High End In-Ears with Bluetooth Connectivity

When the Xelento Remote arrived in its wired form at our offices a couple of years ago, our testers were quick to agree that they were dealing with a pair of in-ears at the top of the tier in terms of sound quality. Accordingly, we...

4.6

In-Ear by Carsten Kaiser 7 months ago

Beyerdynamic Soul Byrd

In-Ears with Extra-Flat Design

The Beyerdynamic Soul Byrd is one of the flattest in-ear models on the market. However, what might first seem like a mere advertising gimmick actually turns out to be a rather practical plus point for everyday life when carrying out this product test. But the...

4.4

Editor's recommendations: Beyerdynamic

The Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro leaves absolutely nothing to be desired when it comes to superior sound, handling and designer detail. If you’re looking for a premium level swap for your existing hardware, give these silky sounding studio headphones a try and take your listening enjoyment to a whole new level.

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 6. September 2016

The DT 1770 Pro is an absolute blueprint for quality, so for almost 600 euros you get a headphone that is worth its price in every respect.

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Mark Ziebarth 16. November 2015

In short, the Beyerdynamic Xelento is a fantastic in-ear option that, with the combination of the new Bluetooth cable, becomes a superb example of wireless in-ear technology. However, I do hope that going forward, the manufacturer will offer the Bluetooth cable as a separate accessory, allowing owners of the old alternative an option to upgrade.

Numinos
Numinos 7. May 2019
Beyerdynamic Xelento Wireless