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IC: Ultrasone Proline 650

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I really enjoy these, but want to move up the Ultrasone Food Chain.

They would include both cords, both pairs of ear pads, the bag, and the infamous Ultrasone Demo CD. Only thing missing is the original box.

The only noticeable wear is the top of the head pad (viynl I think). Not torn or anything, you just know that they have been worn.

Updated as for sale (01/22/07)

$SOLD (Retail for $299.00 + tax)


PM if you are interested and shoot me a fair price and you just might have yourself a sweet pair of cans.
post #2 of 15
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Here is a review I found of them (it's a PDF in a ZIP) from Ultrasones website

http://www.ultrasone.com/files/press...650nov2006.zip
post #3 of 15
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Here is a photo which shows that these look basically brand spankn' new. After looking at the headband - it is actually in great shape, I am just being as safe as possible with my descriptions.
post #4 of 15
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Originally Posted by M3NTAL View Post
Here is a review I found of them (it's a PDF in a ZIP) from Ultrasones website

http://www.ultrasone.com/files/press...650nov2006.zip
The same review with a regular web link may be found HERE.

Best of luck on the sale, M3NTAL, how much are you lookin' for?
post #5 of 15
Also, how long have you had them?
post #6 of 15
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I have had them for 1 year. They probably have less than 50 hours on my head.

I purchased them for their retail price of 299.XX plus tax. I'm unsure of their 'value' here on Head-Fi, so it's kind of a make an offer type deal. I would like to fund my purchase of 2500s
post #7 of 15
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I have had them for 1 year. They probably have less than 50 hours on my head.
My goodness, they're not even properly burned-in then?
post #8 of 15
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HAHA - I'm not sure. I never noticed any changes during listening besides the psychoacoustic changes from getting used to the way they present the sound to you.
post #9 of 15
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HAHA - I'm not sure. I never noticed any changes during listening besides the psychoacoustic changes from getting used to the way they present the sound to you.
I have the HFI-650 & HFI-2200 ULE, both with the same driver as the PROline 650. Both took between 125 and 150 hours to fully come on song.

I had long before become accustomed to the presentation of my PROline 2500s, so I believe there is nothing psychoacoustic about it.

And here's the fun part: you're gonna have to give the PROline 2500 between 150 and 200 hours until they sound their best!
post #10 of 15
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Originally Posted by Dexdexter View Post
I have the HFI-650 & HFI-2200 ULE, both with the same driver as the PROline 650. Both took between 125 and 150 hours to fully come on song.

I had long before become accustomed to the presentation of my PROline 2500s, so I believe there is nothing psychoacoustic about it.

And here's the fun part: you're gonna have to give the PROline 2500 between 150 and 200 hours until they sound their best!
Any ideas as to the sonic differences between the Proline 650, 750 and 2500? Both the 750 and 2500 appear to have an elevated treble. I suppose this enhances detail a tad. Does the elevated treble upset the sonic balance or is there good rapport between the treble, midrange and bass zones?
post #11 of 15
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Any ideas as to the sonic differences between the Proline 650, 750 and 2500? Both the 750 and 2500 appear to have an elevated treble. I suppose this enhances detail a tad. Does the elevated treble upset the sonic balance or is there good rapport between the treble, midrange and bass zones?

Oops! This is an IC thread. Dexdexter, can you please answer by PM?
post #12 of 15
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now up for sale!
post #13 of 15
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Price drop - and still taking reasonable offers.
post #14 of 15
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Looking for offers ^BUMP^
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YGPM
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