- Closed headphone
- Good ambient noise attenuation
- Neodymium magnet system for perfect reproduction
- Soft, circumaural ear pads
- Single-sided plug-in type connecting cable
- Limiter (optional)
- DT 252 as single-sided version
What is it?
The DT 252 is a lightweight, single sided, low profile design, closed dynamic headphone offering good ambient noise isolation.
It’s suitable for various applications in broadcast and recording studios. The powerful neodymium magnet systems provide high-fidelity reproduction and a balanced sound. The headband and earphone cushioning system have been carefully designed for maximum comfort and unobtrusive style.
The DT 252 is a closed dynamic headphone offering excellent ambient noise isolation making it suitable for all kinds of applica tions in broadcasting and recording studios. The headband and earphone cushioning systems have been carefully designed for maximum comfort and unobtrusive style. The powerful neodymium magnet system provides high-fidelity reproduction and a balanced sound.
How does it work?
The DT 250 is a lightweight, closed dynamic headphone, which was specially designed for studio applications. It is featuring an efficient neodymium magnet system, a very high reproduction precision and a balanced sound. The wide transmission range between 10 — 30,000 Hz is another important feature. The DT 250 comes with 80 Ω or 250 Ω systems. The soft circumaural earcups offer a high wearing comfort and excellent ambient noise insulation. The padded headband is fully adjustable and can be adapted to each head size. The connecting cables to the earcups run safely in the headband. The main connecting cable is single-sided, plug-in type with a golden combi 1/4″/mini jack plug. All parts are easy to replace. The DT 252 is the single-sided version of the DT 250. This headphone is recommended for all broadcasting and theatre applications where the ambient contact is essential.
The head phones are fully adjustable and should be positioned for the best fit over the ears. This will give maximum long-term comfort and will minimise sound leakage or spill. The microphone should be positioned to the side of the mouth, about 20 — 30 mm forward. This will keep it within the direct sound path but out of breath stream, therefore minimising any ‘pop’ sounds.
What’s in the box?
- Beyerdynamic DT 252 80 ohms Studio headphones (single-ear)
- Bare-ended cable