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Beyerdynamic DT100 studio headphones

Posted on 01/06/2014 by ozzy in Accessories

The In the Flesh (1977) was the first tour where Pink Floyd had to use click track to synchronise music to the film. While an in-ear monitors didn't exist then, Roger Waters needed to wear headphones. This gave the false impression that he was somehow isolating himself from both his fans and the band. It culminated during the concert tour of The Wall, where he wore the Beyerdynamic DT100 headphones.

The Beyerdynamic DT100 are the industry standard headphones broadly used in audio recording and monitoring applications in studios. Often they are valued for its effective isolation, extra rugged construction, and accurate sound reproduction. That said, they might not be the best choice for your CD/MP3 player. Although they excel in the vocal range (the midrange and mid-highs), due to its intended use as recording headphones, their bass response is somewhat weak.

Roger Waters Bayerdynamic DT100 headphones  

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