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On the go with beyerdynamic

On the go with beyerdynamic

On the go with beyerdynamic

Designed for the modern world of musicians’, podcasters’ and filmmakers’ mobile workflows, beyerdynamic’s DT 240 Pro compact monitor headphones claim to offer professional quality audio at an entry-level price. The product features a pair of 34Ω transducers that reportedly achieve ‘ample’ output with little amplification while also offering isolation from background noise and minimal sound leakage. The design is what the German company is calling ‘compact over-ears’. They are actually over-ear headphones but have ear cups more similar in size to traditional on-ears, which aids isolation.

In terms of technical specifications, the DT 240 Pros have a frequency range of 5HZ to 35,000Hz, a nominal and max SPL of 99dB and 119dB, respectively, and Total Harmonic Distortion (TDH) of less than 0.05%.

As well as the new monitoring headphone, the German manufacturer has restructured its TG Drum Sets to now also include the TG D71 boundary mic. The TG D71 reportedly works as a pressure gradient receiver and has a half-cardioid polar pattern. The condenser capsule (back electret) transmits frequencies from 25Hz to 20kHz and can handle a maximum SPL of 148dB. A three-pin XLR provides connection for signal and phantom power – the correct power supply is signalled via a red status LED.

According to the manufacturer, the new mic is perfectly suited for use as a drum mic, and its rugged housing allows it to be positioned inside a bass drum without any additional fixings. The TG D71’s sturdy microphone housing guarantees optimum protection against damage during often harsh day-to-day, on-stage use and, thanks to its construction, it can be positioned in the bass drum without additional fixings.

The company describes the sound of the TG D71 as ‘characterised by an exceptionally quick response time’ and that ‘even when subject to high sound levels, transmission remains free of distortion with the half-cardioid polar pattern contributing to feedback stability’.

The newly compiled TG Drum Sets are still available in a selection of packages; however, the Pro S, Pro M, Pro L and Pro XL sets are now available with the TG D71 boundary mic instead of the previously included TG D50 or TG D70 bass drum microphone.

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