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Beyerdynamic Launches New Headphones & Microphones Designed for Content Creators

If you've ever thought of buying headphones and microphones for professional use, you'll definitely have considered stuff from Beyerdynamic.

Credit: Beyerdynamic

The German company has made a name for itself with products like the DT 990, DT 770 and numerous microphones, and they're now releasing the all-new DT 900 Pro X and DT 700 Pro X headphones alongside two microphones, the M 70 Pro X and the M 90 Pro X, all designed for creators.

The DT 900 Pro X is a pair of open-back headphones meant for professional monitoring, mixing and mastering, while the DT 700 Pro X is closed-back and can be used either in the studio, at home or even on-the-go.

Beyerdynamic DT 900 Pro X / Credit: Beyerdynamic

Inside both headphones is the new STELLAR.45 driver with a neodymium magnet and voice coil made with copper-plated high-tech wire. Both headphones have an impedance of just 48 ohms, which means they can be easily driven even off of a phone.

The headphones come with mini-XLR cables for easy swapping, and velour earpads and memory foam padding in the headband means the headset should be comfortable even with prolonged periods of use.

Beyerdynamic DT 700 Pro X / Credit: Beyerdynamic

Both headphones will be available in the Asia region from December 2021 onwards, at S$399 or US$299 for both the DT 700 Pro X and DT 900 Pro X.

As for the microphones, the M 70 Pro X is a dynamic microphone designed for broadcasting, podcasting and streaming while the M 90 Pro X is a condenser mic designed for recording vocals and instruments.

Beyerdynamic M 70 Pro X / Credit: Beyerdynamic

Both mics use an elastic system suspension to reduce unwanted sounds like footsteps and such, with an included pop filter to avoid breathing noise and harsh sounds. The M 70 Pro X has been optimised for speech, which is in line with its target audience of streamers, podcasters and the likes.

Beyerdynamic M 90 Pro X / Credit: Beyerdynamic

The M 90 Pro X on the other hand, also does well with voice recordings and vocals and has a wider frequency range from 20Hz to 20KHz compared to the 25Hz to 18KHz on the M 70 Pro X. Both mics use a cardioid pick up pattern and use an XLR 3-pin connection.

The two microphones will be coming to Asia in December 2021 as well, at a price of S$399 for the M 70 Pro X and S$499 for the M 90 Pro X.


Written by Cheryl Tan

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