Here comes one higher-end headphone from Beyerdynamic. The trick up this one is that it is a lower impedance variant of the 3 siblings - 80 ohms instead of the 32 ohms or the 250 ohms version. Beyerdynamic is known to manufacture some of the finest headphones out in the market, and here we're going to look into one of them - the DT 770 Pro.
Or plainly called the CriCri+ on the box. Amplifiers are essential if sound clarity is something to be desired, but most amps have unnecessary bulk. Many have said that if you want the best ever amplifier, get one with vacuum tubes - so how does this one fare out?
We've all seen a huge amount of wireless mice from manufacturers of the biggest brands and even ridiculous designs by unnamed Chinese manufacturers. I mean, seriously - there are imitations everywhere, some are their own imaginations, and yet nearly all of them had no quality control. Logitech however attempts to redefine mobile wireless mouse with their M-series mice, and we happen to have the M280.
Here's my dilemma and also motivation to try out the dbrand skin - I am tired to phone cases. Most of them are just ugly, bulky, and/or plain expensive to the point where it's just daylight robbery. Oh - don't get me started on how phone cases block port access and degrades the power and volume presses.
It's quite rare to see people wearing these type of small-sized travel headphones. They are supposed to be the best of two worlds - the headphone type of quality and comfort, but having the portability like an earphone. Does the DTX501p hold up to this test?