While Beyerdynamic may not be as well known as its German brother, Sennhesier, the audio company has a history of creating some of the best sounding audio gear on the market – the company’s , and DT990 were renown for their excellent build and sound quality. Trust us, there’s a very good reason why many audio engineers choose Beyerdynamic for monitoring and mastering sound.
The headset we’re looking at today, the DT 1990 Pro, are an open-back version of the , which won our Editor’s Choice for its imaging, design and value for the money. Both headphones are priced the same ($599, £589, AU$1,159), so you won’t find a deal picking up one over the other. The difference here comes down to sound
So does the open-back Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro sound as good or better than the already excellent DT 1770 Pro? Let’s find out.
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