Review: Beyerdynamic T90 Headphone

In the headphone arena,  Beyerdynamic has a large reputation for their high quality devices. The Beyerdynamic T90 headphone was released in June 2012 and it supports the first open back design from the company.

The headphone has a matte silver finish and aluminum colored ear-cups along with chocolate brown grill. It uses advanced Tesla magnetic flux technology, which produces remarkably accurate sound, in the meantime, the open-back design of the headphone creates more spacious stereo imaging.

Beyerdynamic T90

The T90’s ear pads are covered with velvet microfiber pads which are comfy than common leather or vinyl pads. The headphone device weighs around 12.3 ounces and is hand-crafted in Beyerdynamic’s plant in Germany.

The headphone has an impedance of 250 ohms, and it was primarily designed for home use with AV receivers. The whole package includes a 10-foot headphone cable fitted with a 3.5mm plug, and a screw-on 6.3mm adapter plug. The headphone comes with a large faux-leather, heavily padded carry bag.


The T90 is a combination of comfort, sound and build quality. Though it is useful to wear for long periods, it definitely isn’t suited for  every day use.

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