Beyerdynamic

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.

The latest reviews: Beyerdynamic

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 4 months ago

Beyerdynamic Lagoon ANC Traveller

Bluetooth over-ear headphones with noise cancelling

Mobile over-ear headphones in the upscale price range now offer lavish functionality and active noise reduction. With the Lagoon ANC, Beyerdynamic clearly intends to compete with the top dogs of Sony and Bose.

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Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 6 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...

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Bluetooth by Numinos 7 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

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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