Beyerdynamic T70 heapdhones
The T70 and T70p are due out in July and set to retail for around £450

Beyerdynamic is debuting its new T70 and T70p headphones at this year's High End Show in Munich.

The closed-back, over-ear headphones are set to retail at around £450 and represent the most affordable models in the company's flagship Tesla range.

Handmade in Germany, the T70 headphones, with a standard impedance of 250 ohm, are aimed at home listeners, while the T70p cans sport a low impedance of 32 ohm and are aimed at less powerful, portable devices.

A noise-isolating design, the headphones' headband and earpads are designed for comfort over extended periods and even claim to keep the temperature balanced.

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On the outside the T70 heapdhones are finished with a three-layer varnish that changes colour 'from dark violet to mud tones' under light.

The cans come with a carry bag, headphone cable - 3m on the T70, 1.2m on the T70p - and a set of jack adapters.

The T70 range sits above the impressive Beyerdynamic T50 models and is set to be in stores in the UK from July.

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