Beyerdynamic has launched a new range of Pro X series headphones and microphones aimed at content creators. The lineup includes the DT700 Pro X and DT900 Pro X headphones with M70 Pro X and M90 Pro X microphones. The Beyerdynamic headphones feature Stellar.45 drivers and a 5Hz to 40,000Hz frequency response range. The Beyerdynamic Pro X series microphones have a frequency range of 50 Hz to 18,000 Hz for the M70 Pro X and 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz for the M90 Pro X.
Beyerdynamic Pro X Series Price
NS Beyerdynamic DT 700 Pro X And this Beyerdynamic DT 900 Pro X Their price is $299 (approximately Rs 22,300). The M70 Pro X microphone is available for $299 while the M90 Pro X microphone is listed for $349 (roughly Rs. 26,000). all the beyerdynamic Pro X Series products Huh Available To Negotiate Through official website and are offered in only Black color option.
Beyerdynamic DT 700 Pro X, DT 900 Pro X Headphone Specifications, Features
Both the Beyerdynamic DT 700 Pro X and DT 900 Pro X headphones have Stellar.45 drivers that are said to deliver “a loud and powerful sound across all playback devices.” Both the headphones also have a 5Hz to 40,000Hz frequency response range. While the DT700 Pro X headphones feature a closed-back design, the DT 900 Pro X sports an open-back design and is more suitable for studio-use.
Beyerdynamic headphones have a three-layer speaker cone with an integrated attenuation layer that gives them an impedance of 48 ohms. The DT 700 Pro X weighs 350 grams while the DT 900 Pro X weighs 345 grams. Both the headphones get a mini XLR cable which can be changed and replaced along with other connectivity options.
Beyerdynamic M70 Pro X, M90 Pro X Microphone Specifications, Features
Studio microphones by Beyerdynamic have different specifications and are designed for different uses. The Beyerdynamic M70 Pro X has a frequency response range of 50 Hz to 18,000 Hz while the M90 Pro X has a frequency response range of 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz. Both microphones have a cardioid polar pattern.
The Beyerdynamic M70 Pro X is built for broadcast, podcasting and streaming. The sound is optimized for speech where the microphone blocks out most of the ambient noise. The Beyerdynamic M90 Pro X, on the other hand, is built for recording vocals, instruments, and voice-overs. Both the microphones weigh 300 grams and have XLR3M ports for connectivity.