The DTX 910 features an open-back circumaural (over-the-ear) design for rich audio performance that’s designed for critical listening. The open design of the headphones allows increased fidelity to the original recording and a more natural sound stage. The driver design of the DTX 910 gives your music full reign, with natural response and crisp linearity. You’ll hear every note, every beat, and every detail just as the artist originally intended.
The ultra-soft earcups are ideal for extended periods of wear, so you can enjoy an entire concert (or two) in complete comfort. An adjustable headband lets you achieve the perfect fit, and the earcups swivel a full 90 degrees for listening and positioning convenience.
Without exception, beyerdynamic manufactures the dynamic transducer systems that go into their headphones in-house. From the magnet and diaphragm to the careful wiring and circuitry, beyerdynamic controls quality at all levels of manufacturing, ensuring superior engineering in their headphones down to the smallest detail.
The DTX 910’s dynamic transducer offers high sound reproduction quality, is mechanically very robust, and needs only a small amount of operating voltage which increases efficiency. This increased efficiency also leaves the DTX 910 with greater power reserves for dynamic, undistorted sound that especially compensates well for low-spec mobile devices such as portable media players that often can’t perform at the same level as dedicated home equipment. The extremely lightweight 32 Ohm voice coil provides transparency and increased impulse fidelity.
|Headphone design (operating principle)||Open|
|Headphone impedance||32 ohms|
|Headphone frequency response||15 – 23.000 Hz|
|Nominal sound pressure level||98 dB|
|Construction||Circumaural (around the ear)|
|Cable & plug||Straight connecting cable with mini-jack plug (3.5 mm) & ¼“ adapter (6.35 mm)|
|Net weight without packaging||260 g
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