Title: Practical test: beyerdynamic DTX 350 p headphones
Author: Frank Borowski
Translated from the original German article
Just after unboxing, you can only assess the basic character and it is that the DTX 350 p is clearly bass emphasized. Especially with mobile headphones this is absolutely legitimate as long as the bass range is not excessively boomy and dull. The small headphones from Heilbronn will find a very good compromise for this price range and will always impress with a rich and corporeal sound. The experience is complemented by largely crisp mids and clear, but not too prominent highs. The spatial sound is convincing with a strong in-head feeling which cannot be explained away.
Compared to more expensive headphones (...) it is obvious that transparency, details and dynamic are not that excellent. But that was not to be expected, what is much more remarkable is that within this price range it does not need to hide before competitors. This is really good news. For just under 50 Euro the DTX 350 p proves to be a real lucky hit. Only classical music fans would like here and there some more clarity and fine resolution.
The DTX 350 p plays with great joy and will be great with its clear but not exaggerated emphasis on the bass, especially when traveling. Of course this headphone cannot do magic and therefore the DTX 350 p certainly is not an inexpensive substitute for more complex designed and high-quality equipped headphones. It rather represents itself as a comfortable no-nonsense headphone and an ideal companion for iDevices, which also have a pretty good efficiency and volume-limited mobile players such as iPhones provide a sufficiently high level.
Summary: Those who are looking for a cheap and practical mobile in-ear headphone with a good, rich sound with no gadgetry are exactly right. Go and get it."