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Tesla studio reference headphones DT 1990 PRO are for mixing and mastering open circumaural headphones for high end use. Power and precision are critical requirements when it comes to sound reproduction. The efficiency of latest Tesla driver technology is characterised emphatically by high resolution and high output power. Brilliant highs, a richly detailed midrange and precise bass combine to ensure a sublime sound quality that is second to none.
Together with the open back design, the high resolution Tesla drivers of the beyerdynamic DT 1990 headphones ensure a wide, dynamic and extremely natural stereo image. Titanium coated acoustic fabric and carefully selected precision woven textiles round off the balanced sound quality of these dynamic studio headphones. The open, circumaural design offers a natural and extremely spatial sound. The DT 1990 PRO Tesla headphones' optimized spatial sound reproduction makes them a reliable reference for mixing and mastering applications.
The perfected design of the DT 1990 PRO combines innovation with decades of expertise in headphone technology. High tech textiles and ear pads make the headphones exceptionally comfortable. They are so comfortable you will almost forget you are wearing them. The DT 1990 PRO are handcrafted in Germany. From the smart headband through to the aluminium end pieces, the new professional headphones are real head turners due to their exceptionally meticulous craftsmanship with a real focus on quality and durability.
The tesla acoustic transducer is uncomplicated in design. Only a small number of components have to be assembled, thus resulting in minimum tolerances. The construction consistently follows the laws of physics. The multilayer sandwich membrane material combines high rigidity and low weight, delivering advantages such as ultra deep bass and crystal clear highs. The strong tesla magnetic field is located within the acoustic transducer (concentrated in the air gap). The external scattered magnetic field is extremely small in order to minimise losses. ■