beyerdynamic MMX 300 Headset Review 6

beyerdynamic MMX 300 Headset Review

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Thanks to CaseKing for supplying the sample.
CaseKing is one of the few companies out there, which will not just sell anything. They only offer hardware that performs well and is of high quality. The shop offers quite a few exclusive parts and devices from all around the world and it is also the official distributor for a long list of well known manufacturers. Their assortment has grown greatly in recent years, while great service and support is still a very important part of the shop philosophy. The website may be in German, but due to great demand, an English version is in the works.


Beyerdynamic known for their quality headphones have now expanded their business to included gaming headsets as well. The first in the new gaming line from beyerdynamic is the MMX 300 which features a boom microphone and durable design. The MMX 300 headset looks like a fake carbon fiber version with microphone of the DT770 that many of us know and cherish. Design wise the MMX 300 stands out from the crowd because of its fat pleather covered headband along with aluminum cup holders. Quality costs and the MMX 300 is no exception, at $299/€299 this headset is one of the most expensive on the market today.

Unfortunately for all Europeans, beyerdynamic have a ridiculous 1:1 conversion rate of $ to € which means we get to pay 30% more than the Americans. So if you want one you better get a friend to grab one while he or she is in the States. This is especially funny considering that the headset is made and assembled in Germany.


  • Weight: 380 g
  • Impedance: 32 Ohms
  • Frequency range: 5-30000 Hz
  • THD: 0.2%
  • Microphone type: Condenser cardioid
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