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Brand
Beyerdynamic
Ear Placement
Over Ear
Color
Black
Connectivity Technology
Wired
Form Factor
Over Ear

  • Protective Case, Cable

  • High-precision sound

    beyerdynamic’s T5 headphones are famous for their uncompromising, clear sound quality. beyerdynamic's acoustical engineers have managed to now make them even better: The third-generation T5 achieves better, more natural reproduction of high mid-range frequencies. This means the sound signature is even more realistic, with especially voices and instruments that much clearer and more accentuated.

    The T5’s drivers feature is the legendary Tesla technology. The Tesla drivers are developed, manufactured and individually measured at our German headquarter where they are then matched to ensure both sides of the headphones have the best pairing. The result is extreme precision and particularly realistic sound.

    Perfect spatiality

    The T5 is primarily recommended for noisier environments thanks to its closed-back design. External, ambient noise is reduced while sound can’t leak out from the headphones. The T5’s drivers are tilted to achieve the most spatial sound signature possible. As a result, the music appears “in front” on centre stage, just like at a concert.


    Holistic design

    For its look, the T5 model draws on the design of its open-back sibling, the T1, replicating the sophisticated surface structure of the housing. To optimally cancel out external, ambient noise, the T5 does not, however, have acoustic openings and therefore presents its own unique visual interpretation.


    Finest materials

    High-end through and through: Only high-quality materials are used in the T5 headphones. The housing covers are made from finely brushed, lacquered aluminium. The yokes use brushed aluminium as well, which has additionally been anodised. The plug-in cables are covered in fabric and contain conductors made from ultra-high-purity OCC7N copper – the highest-quality material available for ensuring optimum signal transmission. Finally, the use of Alcantara gives this model that certain something that elevates it to a truly high-end set of headphones.


    Extreme comfort

    The replaceable ear pads made from protein-coated leatherette contain a multi-layer filling which helps fine-tune the sound while also making the headphones extremely comfortable to wear. One of the layers is made from memory foam which adapts to each user and ensures an excellent customised fit. As a result, nothing can stand in the way of a long listening session.

    Handmade in Germany

    The components of the T1 headphones are made almost exclusively in Germany. In addition to development and production of the drivers, final headphone assembly is also carried out at the company’s headquarters in Heilbronn. Here, sophisticated technology and the finest materials are brought together with impressive craftsmanship and a passion for detail.

    T5 (3rd generation) T1 (3rd generation)
    Operating principle closed open
    Tilted Tesla drivers
    Double-sided, detachable connection cable made from ultra-high-purity OCC7N copper, fabric covered
    Replaceable ear pads with memory foam
    Impedance 32 ohms 32 ohms
    Over-Ear headphones
    Hardcase included
    Handmade in Germany

    Features & details

    Features

    • Closed high-end headphones for sophisticated music enjoyment at home
    • Tilted Tesla drivers ensure a clear and natural sound signature
    • Double-sided, detachable connection cable made from ultra-high-purity OCC7N copper and covered with fabric
    • High-quality, replaceable ear pads made from protein-coated leatherette with memory foam
    • Handmade in Germany

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    ACBR
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    "It''s All About That Bass"
    Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2021
    Who knew that back in 2014, when Meghan Trainer sang, “all about that bass – no treble,” she may have inspired the Beyerdynamic’s engineers to create such an audio device that would meet her approval. In 2020, Beyerdynamic released the T5, 3rd generation closed-back... See more
    Who knew that back in 2014, when Meghan Trainer sang, “all about that bass – no treble,” she may have inspired the Beyerdynamic’s engineers to create such an audio device that would meet her approval. In 2020, Beyerdynamic released the T5, 3rd generation closed-back headphones, with bass that rivals loudspeakers IMO. If bold, dynamic and realistic bass response is not your thing when listening with headphones, the T5 is not for you.

    Before I get into a sound review, let me remark about the appearance of the T5. It is totally unremarkable. Nobody will think you have high-end headphones over your ears with that perforated sheet metal design. But, when you touch the T5, it feels very high-end. I never thought about how often we touch our headphones until I wore the T5. It feels great and very comfortable to wear. It does a fantastic job of blocking outside noises, which is one reason I prefer this over the open-back models.

    The T5 comes with a 4-foot cable that is perfectly sized for my needs. For sound review, I will be using the iFi Micro iDSD Black Label DAC without its bass boost and all songs played from WAV files. I have uploaded a graph of the Beyerdynamic T5’s frequency response (FR) from Crinacle.com. The lower graph in gray color compensates the raw FR to the IEF Neutral Target as a method to compare with all other makes and models. This will be the graph I’ll refer to and its purpose is to give a better understanding on the strengths and weaknesses of the T5.

    Upon listening, the first thing I noticed was the power of the bass. I was taken aback by the dynamics, depth and tones that captured unique bass expressions higher up the FR that are being played on contemporary music today, but were missed by other headphones I’ve listened to. A look at the Crinacle.com FR graph shows that the T5 bass response has a huge 10db gain over the IEF Neutral Target at 100Hz, followed by a slow rollover that hits down to the same line around the 280Hz. One would expect the extended bass output of the T5 would muddle up the lower mid-range vocals, but I did not hear that. What I did hear was an accurate reproduction of bass expressions that were similar to my own sub-woofer and near six-foot high loudspeakers, all driven by Bryston Audio equipment. I didn’t expect that, but credit must be given to the quality of the driver system developed by Beyerdynamic.

    For example, Twenty-One Pilots explosive bass opening at 21:25 seconds on their song “Chlorine,” has bass levels that would awaken the dead if one played it loud enough at a graveyard. Tyler uses DSP to shape that bold, unique bass expression with distortion heard in the upper bass frequencies. The T5 reproduces it much like a great loudspeaker system. When compared to another elevated bass headphones, the popular Audio-Technica ATH-M50X, in which I also own, I found it misses on depth, dynamics and fails to nail that full distorted bass sound.

    Another example comes from Lana Del Rey’s “13 Beaches.” At 42:19 seconds, the dark, haunting bass hit comes in with two peaks together shown on a spectrum analyzer (see uploaded screen shot). One at 125Hz and at the same time, another at 225Hz. It’s the cord composition that creates this big dark sound that causes the two spikes. If the typical headphone bass FR dropped below the neutral target line at 180Hz, you would not fully experience that important upper bass expression to the song. The T5 nails it perfectly as one would have heard it on a great sound system.

    I’m a big fan of trance and EDM. The M50X doesn’t quite capture the right tone, size and dynamics of EDM bass. Also, EDM is noted for its bright high frequency and with the M50X, you get that along with a very thin, brittle treble. When listening to ILLITHEAS “Breath of Life,” the track sounds gorgeous, rich and deep with the T5.

    In songs where the bass is not a dominate instrument, the T5 correctly places it in its proper order to the music. As I’m writing this review, I’m listening to Dion’s Blues with Friends, with Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamasa, Samantha Fish, Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, ZZ Top and others. Nowhere is the bass dominate on this album. The lead guitars are the stars and the bass propels the blues forward without intrusion on the vocals or guitars. However, play The Police’s “The Bed’s Too Big Without You,” where Sting’s bass is the lead instrument, holy Moses, you are in for a treat.

    When it comes to dynamics on the T5, just play the first two notes from Led Zeppelin’s “Good Times, Bad Times.” I literally ducked for cover! It was the depth of the dynamics that surprised me. Also, play The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army.” When Meg hits her drum, your jaw will drop because the dynamics are that good. This is the case of just not hearing the music, but experiencing it.

    So, what’s not to like on the T5? Meghan Trainer said, “no treble,” but what the T5 really needed is a .5db rise at the 1kHz and 2kHz FR levels. Without that minor Eq adjustment, I found the mid-range to be slightly dark. You can see it on the uploaded graph. There is a substantial dip at the critical 2kHz area, which can be heard. So, a minor Eq should be done to bring out the best in the vocals. On brightly recorded songs, Eq adjustment won’t be needed. You will find the vocals and instruments to be rich and immersive with a lot of depth. Acoustic and electric guitars are phenomenal with the T5, because of its ability to allow guitars chords to resonate both wide and deep with their complex harmonics.

    The T5’s offset drivers create a soundstage which is much like what one hears at a live performance in a moderately-sized theater. The vocals are in front of you, the guitars are behind the vocalist and the drums are further back. It’s a wall-of-sound with depth and superb imaging of vocals and instruments. The open-back headphone designs are more expansive than closed-backs, but the T5 presents a very realistic soundstage.

    Not everyone will like the T5’s bold and dynamic bass response. For classical and jazz, I would select different headphones that expands the mid-range and exposes more micro-details. And that is why an audiophile owns multiple headphones to match the mood of music one wants to hear. When the mood is “all about that bass,” the Beyerdynamic T5 will deliver great music for you.
    Who knew that back in 2014, when Meghan Trainer sang, “all about that bass – no treble,” she may have inspired the Beyerdynamic’s engineers to create such an audio device that would meet her approval. In 2020, Beyerdynamic released the T5, 3rd generation closed-back headphones, with bass that rivals loudspeakers IMO. If bold, dynamic and realistic bass response is not your thing when listening with headphones, the T5 is not for you.

    Before I get into a sound review, let me remark about the appearance of the T5. It is totally unremarkable. Nobody will think you have high-end headphones over your ears with that perforated sheet metal design. But, when you touch the T5, it feels very high-end. I never thought about how often we touch our headphones until I wore the T5. It feels great and very comfortable to wear. It does a fantastic job of blocking outside noises, which is one reason I prefer this over the open-back models.

    The T5 comes with a 4-foot cable that is perfectly sized for my needs. For sound review, I will be using the iFi Micro iDSD Black Label DAC without its bass boost and all songs played from WAV files. I have uploaded a graph of the Beyerdynamic T5’s frequency response (FR) from Crinacle.com. The lower graph in gray color compensates the raw FR to the IEF Neutral Target as a method to compare with all other makes and models. This will be the graph I’ll refer to and its purpose is to give a better understanding on the strengths and weaknesses of the T5.

    Upon listening, the first thing I noticed was the power of the bass. I was taken aback by the dynamics, depth and tones that captured unique bass expressions higher up the FR that are being played on contemporary music today, but were missed by other headphones I’ve listened to. A look at the Crinacle.com FR graph shows that the T5 bass response has a huge 10db gain over the IEF Neutral Target at 100Hz, followed by a slow rollover that hits down to the same line around the 280Hz. One would expect the extended bass output of the T5 would muddle up the lower mid-range vocals, but I did not hear that. What I did hear was an accurate reproduction of bass expressions that were similar to my own sub-woofer and near six-foot high loudspeakers, all driven by Bryston Audio equipment. I didn’t expect that, but credit must be given to the quality of the driver system developed by Beyerdynamic.

    For example, Twenty-One Pilots explosive bass opening at 21:25 seconds on their song “Chlorine,” has bass levels that would awaken the dead if one played it loud enough at a graveyard. Tyler uses DSP to shape that bold, unique bass expression with distortion heard in the upper bass frequencies. The T5 reproduces it much like a great loudspeaker system. When compared to another elevated bass headphones, the popular Audio-Technica ATH-M50X, in which I also own, I found it misses on depth, dynamics and fails to nail that full distorted bass sound.

    Another example comes from Lana Del Rey’s “13 Beaches.” At 42:19 seconds, the dark, haunting bass hit comes in with two peaks together shown on a spectrum analyzer (see uploaded screen shot). One at 125Hz and at the same time, another at 225Hz. It’s the cord composition that creates this big dark sound that causes the two spikes. If the typical headphone bass FR dropped below the neutral target line at 180Hz, you would not fully experience that important upper bass expression to the song. The T5 nails it perfectly as one would have heard it on a great sound system.

    I’m a big fan of trance and EDM. The M50X doesn’t quite capture the right tone, size and dynamics of EDM bass. Also, EDM is noted for its bright high frequency and with the M50X, you get that along with a very thin, brittle treble. When listening to ILLITHEAS “Breath of Life,” the track sounds gorgeous, rich and deep with the T5.

    In songs where the bass is not a dominate instrument, the T5 correctly places it in its proper order to the music. As I’m writing this review, I’m listening to Dion’s Blues with Friends, with Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamasa, Samantha Fish, Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, ZZ Top and others. Nowhere is the bass dominate on this album. The lead guitars are the stars and the bass propels the blues forward without intrusion on the vocals or guitars. However, play The Police’s “The Bed’s Too Big Without You,” where Sting’s bass is the lead instrument, holy Moses, you are in for a treat.

    When it comes to dynamics on the T5, just play the first two notes from Led Zeppelin’s “Good Times, Bad Times.” I literally ducked for cover! It was the depth of the dynamics that surprised me. Also, play The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army.” When Meg hits her drum, your jaw will drop because the dynamics are that good. This is the case of just not hearing the music, but experiencing it.

    So, what’s not to like on the T5? Meghan Trainer said, “no treble,” but what the T5 really needed is a .5db rise at the 1kHz and 2kHz FR levels. Without that minor Eq adjustment, I found the mid-range to be slightly dark. You can see it on the uploaded graph. There is a substantial dip at the critical 2kHz area, which can be heard. So, a minor Eq should be done to bring out the best in the vocals. On brightly recorded songs, Eq adjustment won’t be needed. You will find the vocals and instruments to be rich and immersive with a lot of depth. Acoustic and electric guitars are phenomenal with the T5, because of its ability to allow guitars chords to resonate both wide and deep with their complex harmonics.

    The T5’s offset drivers create a soundstage which is much like what one hears at a live performance in a moderately-sized theater. The vocals are in front of you, the guitars are behind the vocalist and the drums are further back. It’s a wall-of-sound with depth and superb imaging of vocals and instruments. The open-back headphone designs are more expansive than closed-backs, but the T5 presents a very realistic soundstage.

    Not everyone will like the T5’s bold and dynamic bass response. For classical and jazz, I would select different headphones that expands the mid-range and exposes more micro-details. And that is why an audiophile owns multiple headphones to match the mood of music one wants to hear. When the mood is “all about that bass,” the Beyerdynamic T5 will deliver great music for you.
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    David G Oberbeck
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Simply Excellent
    Reviewed in the United States on March 8, 2021
    TL;DR: Fantastic headphones when driven from a competent source. If you are a discriminating listener who likes closed-backs, just get these; you will be glad that you did! Long form: For over a year have had the DT1770 Pro. The 1770s are exceptional: very... See more
    TL;DR: Fantastic headphones when driven from a competent source. If you are a discriminating listener who likes closed-backs, just get these; you will be glad that you did!

    Long form: For over a year have had the DT1770 Pro. The 1770s are exceptional: very comfortable with good build quality, but what really stands out is the superb Sound (clear, high definition, inaudible distortion, without over-boosted bass, spacious) - but to get these outstanding qualities you need to drive them with really good components: a high-quality DAC & wide-swing Amp to really make them sing.

    After reading various reviews here and elsewhere decided to go for the T5 3rd gen. Relative to the DT1770 Pro: The build quality is even better, comfort is higher; but what really matters: The Sound.

    After a 24 hour burn-in, listened to them one-after-another using high def recordings (Chesky!) through same excellent DAC / Amp. The T5 is a definite step up from the DT1770 Pro. There is more clarity, depth, and a more spacious sound (*especially* for a closed back).

    Conclusion: Overall very excellent headphones: Sound, quality, comfort. To me, the T5 is better than the DT1770... but, is the T5 worth the $400 price increment over the DT1770 Pros? Unless you are a really discriminating, focused listener, that is up for debate. Will I keep these T5s? Absolutely!
    TL;DR: Fantastic headphones when driven from a competent source. If you are a discriminating listener who likes closed-backs, just get these; you will be glad that you did!

    Long form: For over a year have had the DT1770 Pro. The 1770s are exceptional: very comfortable with good build quality, but what really stands out is the superb Sound (clear, high definition, inaudible distortion, without over-boosted bass, spacious) - but to get these outstanding qualities you need to drive them with really good components: a high-quality DAC & wide-swing Amp to really make them sing.

    After reading various reviews here and elsewhere decided to go for the T5 3rd gen. Relative to the DT1770 Pro: The build quality is even better, comfort is higher; but what really matters: The Sound.

    After a 24 hour burn-in, listened to them one-after-another using high def recordings (Chesky!) through same excellent DAC / Amp. The T5 is a definite step up from the DT1770 Pro. There is more clarity, depth, and a more spacious sound (*especially* for a closed back).

    Conclusion: Overall very excellent headphones: Sound, quality, comfort. To me, the T5 is better than the DT1770... but, is the T5 worth the $400 price increment over the DT1770 Pros? Unless you are a really discriminating, focused listener, that is up for debate. Will I keep these T5s? Absolutely!
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    Jason
    2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Cheaply made
    Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2021
    I treat my headphones very kindly and with great respect and despite that... these headphones have a loose wire in BOTH ears. Not the kind of quality I expected for $1000. This problem with the T5s have been reported online. I recommend getting headphones with better... See more
    I treat my headphones very kindly and with great respect and despite that... these headphones have a loose wire in BOTH ears. Not the kind of quality I expected for $1000. This problem with the T5s have been reported online. I recommend getting headphones with better quality since the T5 design does not perform well. It sounds really nice but you should put money towards higher quality.
    I treat my headphones very kindly and with great respect and despite that... these headphones have a loose wire in BOTH ears. Not the kind of quality I expected for $1000. This problem with the T5s have been reported online. I recommend getting headphones with better quality since the T5 design does not perform well. It sounds really nice but you should put money towards higher quality.
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    Harry Liu
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Great all-around headphones. Perfect for home office.
    Reviewed in the United States on January 21, 2021
    Balanced but slightly warm sound. Not so analytical as my old akg k712 pros, but very fun for music listening. The closed-back design is perfect for working from home. Sound great with a dac/amp, but also not bad when directly plugged into mbp 2019.
    Balanced but slightly warm sound. Not so analytical as my old akg k712 pros, but very fun for music listening. The closed-back design is perfect for working from home. Sound great with a dac/amp, but also not bad when directly plugged into mbp 2019.
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    Roberto Arriagada
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Excelente
    Reviewed in the United States on February 21, 2021
    La calidad de sonido es insuperable. Es un producto caro pero que vale la pena. Por el precio incluiría un cable de mayor tamaño y una caja de traslado más pequeña. Pero por lo demás es un gran producto. No he tenido problemas de calidad de fabricación como alguien comentó.... See more
    La calidad de sonido es insuperable. Es un producto caro pero que vale la pena. Por el precio incluiría un cable de mayor tamaño y una caja de traslado más pequeña. Pero por lo demás es un gran producto. No he tenido problemas de calidad de fabricación como alguien comentó. (Yo tenía la primera generación y este es un gran salto)
    La calidad de sonido es insuperable. Es un producto caro pero que vale la pena. Por el precio incluiría un cable de mayor tamaño y una caja de traslado más pequeña. Pero por lo demás es un gran producto. No he tenido problemas de calidad de fabricación como alguien comentó. (Yo tenía la primera generación y este es un gran salto)
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    Simpel Man
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Superklang !
    Reviewed in Germany on January 7, 2021
    So nun habe ich mich auch mal zu einer Rezension hinreißen lassen . Nach 20 Jahren dachte ich mir ein neuer Kopfhörer muß her. Die Wahl fiel auf den Berdynamic P5 (3.Generation) Klang : Überragend Verarbeitung : Hervorragend aber nun kommts : Was bitte schön soll dieses...See more
    So nun habe ich mich auch mal zu einer Rezension hinreißen lassen . Nach 20 Jahren dachte ich mir ein neuer Kopfhörer muß her. Die Wahl fiel auf den Berdynamic P5 (3.Generation) Klang : Überragend Verarbeitung : Hervorragend aber nun kommts : Was bitte schön soll dieses kurze Kabel ? Ich glaube nicht (Ausnahmen bestätigen die Regel) das jemand einen Kopfhörer in dieser Preisklasse "nur" an einem Portabelgerät betreibt, alle anderen ( Annahme die Mehrzahl ) betreibt ihn Zuhause oder im Tonstudio. Da ist das Kabel eindeutig zu kurz. In dieser Preisklasse ( von fast 1000€ ) hätten die Schwaben ein zweites längeres Kabel beilegen können. In Grunde ist an dem Kopfhörer sonst nichts zu bemängeln.
    So nun habe ich mich auch mal zu einer Rezension hinreißen lassen .
    Nach 20 Jahren dachte ich mir ein neuer Kopfhörer muß her.
    Die Wahl fiel auf den Berdynamic P5 (3.Generation)
    Klang : Überragend
    Verarbeitung : Hervorragend
    aber nun kommts : Was bitte schön soll dieses kurze Kabel ?
    Ich glaube nicht (Ausnahmen bestätigen die Regel) das jemand einen Kopfhörer in dieser Preisklasse "nur" an einem Portabelgerät betreibt, alle anderen ( Annahme die Mehrzahl ) betreibt ihn Zuhause oder im Tonstudio.
    Da ist das Kabel eindeutig zu kurz.
    In dieser Preisklasse ( von fast 1000€ ) hätten die Schwaben ein zweites längeres Kabel beilegen können.
    In Grunde ist an dem Kopfhörer sonst nichts zu bemängeln.
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    MT
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Sowas geiles hab ich noch nie gehört. Leute, wenn Ihr die Euros habt, gönnt Euch das Teil.
    Reviewed in Germany on February 19, 2021
    Musik, Musik und nochmal Musik. Ein Traum.
    Musik, Musik und nochmal Musik. Ein Traum.
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    Marecqk
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
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    Reviewed in France on May 13, 2021
    Casque HDG à bon prix!
    Casque HDG à bon prix!
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    mbull
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Great headphone
    Reviewed in Germany on March 14, 2021
    Sounds great, very compfortable, recommended!
    Sounds great, very compfortable, recommended!
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