Disclaimer: This product was received from beyerdynamic)))) for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post are those of the writer, who was not paid to endorse it. Only personal opinions are voiced about the product.
One of the most common problems that I tend to run into when wearing enclosure headphones is that the bands just about always hurt my head after maybe half an hour to an hour of wearing. I never really considered that perhaps it was the weight of the product that was the cause of my aches. It probably doesn’t help that I’m listening to music that is both heavy and metal (haha), but jokes aside I have been wearing the DT 240 Pro from beyerdynamic for hours now and the only thing that hurts is my tush (now if only they could also design a chair, right?)! Something like this would be perfect for those of you who podcast, or know anyone that does podcast and have to spend hours on end with headphones on. Being able to rely on the sound quality is a sure plus, if not the main feature of interest.
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DT 240 Pro, and other headphones aside, beyerdynamic provides their clients with an array of high quality production and conference equipment / technology. This is, of course, good for many tasks and would make the perfect gift for anyone who is into: gaming, streaming, pod casting, producing/creating music, or simply just as a fantastic pair of headphones for listening to your media. With the DT 240 Pro’s high noise isolation design us Christmas enthusiasts can discretely listen to our favorite tunes whenever we feel like it without any judgement!