Beyerdynamic DTX 350p review: An impressive-sounding on-ear headphone for less than $75

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The Good The Beyerdynamic DTX 350 p is a lightweight, comfortable on-ear headphone that sounds great for the price, with rich tonal balance, taut bass and clear midrange.

The Bad No inline remote/microphone for cell-phone use; looks like an inexpensive headphone.

The Bottom Line The Beyerdynamic DTX 350 p may look like a budget-priced headphone, but it delivers sound usually found in more expensive models.

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8.0 Overall
  • Design 8
  • Features 7
  • Sound 8
  • Value 8

Beyerdynamic is better known for making high-end and pro monitor headphones. Lately, however, it's been rolling out affordable models, including the DTX 350 p, that are aimed at a mainstream audience.

Available in black or white, the DTX 350 p, which retails for about $70 online (£35 UK and can be found online in Australia for around AU$125), is designed in Germany but made in China, and cosmetically speaking, it's pretty ho-hum with a mostly plastic construction. On the plus side, for a lightweight 4.6-ounce headphone, it does seem reasonably sturdy and more importantly, is comfortable for an on-ear model with nice, soft leatherette earpads. It offers a snug fit with decent noise isolation -- it leaks a little sound at higher volumes -- but doesn't clamp down on your ears too firmly.

A small, rectangular pouch is included, and with a little effort, the headphones fold up to fit inside it (the pouch looks like something you'd store sunglasses in, not headphones).

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