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Beyerdynamic T70p Headphones

32 Ohm Version Only

The closed design of the Beyerdynamic T70P headphone efficiently eliminates ambient noise.

Even at a low volume the finest details can clearly be heard with the T70P: controlled, analytical and balanced from ultra-deep bass to crystal-clear highs.

See Drew's review of the T70P HERE

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The Beyerdynamic T70 Dynamic Headphones continue the story of success started by Beyerdynamic with the Tesla technology. Rugged in design with phenomenal audio quality, the elaborate three-layer paint and the skin-friendly headband and ear pads made of micro velours emphasize the precious appearance of these headphones – made in Germany. The closed design efficiently eliminates ambient noise – at home or on the go.

With the T70 and T70p models, the high end Tesla technology now steps into the world of premium headphones. The fully metal sound transducers with powerful neodymium annular magnet ensure maximum performance and high fidelity. Even at a low volume the finest details can clearly be heard: controlled, analytical and balanced from ultra-deep bass to crystal-clear highs. The elaborate three-layer paint and the skin-friendly headband and ear pads made of micro velours emphasize the precious appearance of these headphones – made in Germany.

The T70p with 32 ohms, short 1.2 meter cable and angled mini jack plug (3.5 mm) performs well with mobile devices such as MP3 players, tablet PCs and laptops. It is supplied with a leatherette carrying case, in-flight adapter and 1/4" adapter (6.35 mm).


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Additional Info

•Tesla technology with highest efficiency

•Excellent ambient noise attenuation

•Headband and ear pads made of micro velours

•Supplied with carrying case

Drew's Recommendations

Drew Recommends the Blue Dragon V3

Headphone Cable as the best upgrade

for the Beyerdynamic T70P headphone. 

Drew also recommends the iQube V1

Portable Headphone Amplifier or the

Fostex HP-P1 Headphone Amplifier/DAC 

for the best quality sound.


Transducer type . . . . . . . . . . . . . dynamic

Operating principle . . . . . . . . . . closed

Frequency response . . . . . . . . . . 5 Hz - 40,000 Hz

Impedance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Ω

Nominal SPL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 dB (1 mW / 500 Hz)

Nominal THD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . <0.05% (1 mW / 500 Hz)

Power handling capacity . . . . . . 200 mW

Max. SPL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 dB (200 mW / 500 Hz)

Sound coupling to the ear . . . . . circumaural

Ambient noise attenuation. . . . . 18 dB

Headband pressure . . . . . . . . . . 2.8 N

Weight without cable . . . . . . . . 330 g

Cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 m single-sided

Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .gold vaporized mini stereo jack plug (3.5 mm) & 1/4" adaptor (6.35 mm)

Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . carrying case and in-flight adaptor


A Godzilla of detail retrieval. Absolute and unforgiving, higher tier audio files recommendedReview by Beyerdynamic T70p
The buying of these cans (the most expensive I’ve ever purchased at that point) was a very gut checking moment for me and at a headphone that at the time costing $600 it rightfully should. After giving it much thought and always being a huge fan of Beyerdynamic and their reference sound I pulled the trigger. The first couple days, I of course had some first time buyers remorse but after putting some time into them I greatly came to enjoy the brightly detailed sound, using the cliche ‘I heard notes I never new existed’.

The Opening Experience

Upon opening the box you’re greeted with a very pleasant experience, for when you open the display box you’re greeted with the travel case which is a full size leather case with the name Beyerdynamic printed on it. When you open the fresh leather smelling case you’re then greeting with the immaculately hand crafted T70p headphones that are encompassed in foam to keep them protected in the event they’re to be dropped etc… which from a consumers point of view, shows a lot of class. Also included in the case is the 1/4″ audio jack if you’d want to pair them with a low impedance amp. and the warranty & information booklet that also is made very nice, in full color and well made.


Moving onto the construction, though bulky these headphones are incredibly comfortable and don’t weigh that much compared to their size the pads on the headband and ear cups feel wonderfully comfortable (I think they’re the velour pads but I’m horrible with names) and can easily wear these for house on end with minimal fatigue (though if you’ve super short hair such as myself the headband may brush your hair back which may cause annoyances). The frame itself is made up of mostly aluminum with some plastic on the back of the drivers themselves, and can accommodate even the most, how can I put this, broadest of head sizes comfortably. The cord is super thick which as I listened to it while walking around I never once believe I heard any feedback from the cable brushing against something which is a major plus especially in a ‘phone of this price point. Also on the note of construction these are actually hand made in Germany and to me that’s something to be proud of. Spending this large amount of money it’s great to get something and know that someone but their time and effort into making this product great and took pride in their work, as apposed to similar or even more expensive products that are simply pushed through a machine, you don’t get that same feeling of ownership at least to me.
Some potential downsides though I have found with these though is first, how the cable connects the drivers. Above the drive units lays the relatively slim wires that transmit the sound and I can easily see it (and even have) getting snagged it on something potentially tearing them. The last concern in the build is how freely the drive casings move in the headband. Quite often during my time with these they would pop, sometimes quite loudly, which always gave me the “crap did this just break” thought.


Probably the most important aspect of what makes or breaks rather or not we like a specific pair of cans and that’s how it sounds. Being the “p” model these are made specifically for portable applications i.e. your phone, computer, etc… These use their patented “Tesla Coil” drivers which are wonderfully efficient, regardless if I’m playing at almost mute levels or maxed out they don’t even flinch in their finesse. I prefer these when I’m wanting true sonic accuracy and absolute audio reproduction, I’ve listened to almost every model Beyerdynamic has to offer and have not found a one that is a disappointment. They are very detailed in terms of sonic accuracy but can by polarizing in its highs which are definitely a turn off for some, also those using lower bit audio files should be weary with these because they are absolutely unforgiving. They’ll put a spotlight on every imperfection a given file will have and fair warning, it’s not pleasant. The soundstage is massive and divinely detailed, so much in fact I often used them as my gaming headphones on my PS4.


Into the technical details, as stated these are definitely bright headphones for their emphasis on treble, I’ve heard these called polarizing by some, but I personally disagree with that. I don’t remember once being uncomfortable with the high notes even on some of the most, energetic, violins but it did get close to that borderline of almost being piercing but not quite. On this note however never once did I feel these tesla drivers were being over worked. The reason I like using violins and Cellos to critique is because they can very easily over work a driver causing them to sound fatigued, slow, dull and sometimes grainy. To finish this section the treble on these are definitely emphasized to spotlight the potential detail an audio file may have.


I get a very satisfied feeling listening to these for their mids are nice, welcoming and uncolored. I find the vocals that the T70p’s can reproduce sound as if I’m right there listening to the artist I’m listening to (especially if they’re female). As mentioned the soundstage on these are very fast, so when I’m listening to a live recording I don’t get that feeling of encroachment of the artist being right in my face that midcentric ‘phones have given me in the past.


This is potentially where these will lose the love of some I believe for these do not have a heavy bass “thump” to them. When I listen to hard rock or metal I find the bass to be wondrously tight and controlled with seemingly zero decay and delay between bass hits but if you’re one wanting to feel the bass in your chest then you’re going to be disappointed because these will not give you that response. These I firmly believe are for critical listening and do not remotely associate themselves in the “fun” headphone category.


In closing, those who are searching for a great high end headphone that’s so amazingly detailed it’ll highlight the most finite of details in your music then these are absolutely for you. However, if you’re looking for a super bass heavy “fun” headphone then I would look else where.

Till next time my friends, also check out my YouTube unboxing and review videos as well!

(Posted on 12/21/2015)
Quality, Fast RecablesReview by Fishbone
I Just received the T70p with some mods : 4 ft Blue Dragon split recable. WOW The delivery was FAST! The workmanship is excellent, I can't see any flaws and I understand now why people recommend Moon-audio for recable works! Moon Audio is a really good company that I will recommend in the future and It will be a pleasure to order more products from their website!

Thanks !
(Posted on 12/20/2012)

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