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This is a pair of very new pair of earphones by Beyerdynamic – indeed they just announced it earlier this year. In this product line, Beyerdynamic aims to create a series of premium earphones with even further division of subcategories, as the DX 120 iE falls into their budget-premium range. Here on my desk I have the Beyerdynamic DX 120 iE all to myself, and here’s the full review of it.

You do get a fairly fancy-ish packaging from Beyerdynamic on this line of earphones.

Beyerdynamic DX 120 iE


It does look fairy simply and large, but opening the front flap you’ll get to see what you’re about to receive.

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At the back of the box, you get some specifications and also all the other accessories that are included in the packaging itself. The specs of the earphones are as listed below :

  • Frequency range : 12 – 23,000Hz
  • Impedance : 47 Ohm
  • Sensitivity : 107dB
  • Cable length : 1.2 meters (0.3 meters without extension)

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Before you start to rumble with the packaging to get this message from Beyerdynamic. It’s certainly a clever utilization of the space given that the flap is pretty much useless other than locking the position of the closing lid.

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  1. […] All in all about the performance, it is generally a little too heavy on the bass side. Soundstage is however is unexpectedly excellent. Surely it’s not as great as some high end ones, but it is definitely competitive with some budget to mid-range pair of earphones such as the Beyerdynamic XP2 and comparable with the Beyerdynamic DX 120 iE. […]


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