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post #16 of 28
Good to see Ultrasone getting more involved here. Welcome and enjoy your time on the boards
post #17 of 28
Welcome!

At first, I was wary of the S-logic stuff,, but finally decided to try an Ultrasone, based on all the favorable reviews here -- boy, am I glad I did!

I have the HFI-780, new PRO 2500, new PRO 750 -- I like the PRO 750 the best -- overall sound quality has made it my most-used set of cans, and I have a lot of good cans.

That says a lot.
post #18 of 28
Hello and greetings from Hong Kong! I have two pairs of Edition 9s: I use the Moon Audio recabled ones for regular listening, and the original non-recabled pair are in a box.

I use the 2500s as my regular "cooking" headphones and use them for all my music production and mastering. Whilst the HF is accentuated on these 'phones, that allows me to hear what's really going on with a mix, and that's a huge benefit.

Thanks for producing some excellent headphones!
post #19 of 28
My first cans that could qualify as high quality were HFI 700's. I still switch back to them every now any then and am amazed that they are still loads of fun, even compared to my Darths and Markl'd D5000's. I love the sound signature- it fits my ears perfectly. I'm sure I'd love Ed 9's, but can't justify dropping $1500 for a pair of cans I've never heard, and I've never seen them at any nearby meets.

Any tips on where to get my hands on a pair of Ed 9's to try out? I hate the idea of auditioning phones cold and returning them if they don't work out, but does Ultrasone have a return policy?

Also, any Ed 9 users care to describe their experience with them? I don't see much on H-F by way of Ed 9 reviews.
post #20 of 28
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Originally Posted by chzplz View Post
My first cans that could qualify as high quality were HFI 700's. I still switch back to them every now any then and am amazed that they are still loads of fun, even compared to my Darths and Markl'd D5000's. I love the sound signature- it fits my ears perfectly. I'm sure I'd love Ed 9's, but can't justify dropping $1500 for a pair of cans I've never heard, and I've never seen them at any nearby meets.

Any tips on where to get my hands on a pair of Ed 9's to try out? I hate the idea of auditioning phones cold and returning them if they don't work out, but does Ultrasone have a return policy?

Also, any Ed 9 users care to describe their experience with them? I don't see much on H-F by way of Ed 9 reviews.
One of the sponsors here at Head-Fi should have recently received a shipment of them.

Generally speaking, the Edition 9 is available through Pro-Audio retail stores. You can contact one near you to find out if they have one and if they will let you listen to them.
post #21 of 28
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Originally Posted by chzplz View Post
Also, any Ed 9 users care to describe their experience with them? I don't see much on H-F by way of Ed 9 reviews.
Imo, you need to do some research. Here's some. I hope it helps

Markl modded D5000(full mod) vs edition 9
There's Something About Ultrasone…
Review: Ultrasone Edition 9 and Proline 2500
Portable Showdown: Ultrasone Edition 7 vs ALO Edition 9 [Impressions]

Reload this Page Woo Hoo. . . Got my Edition 9 . . wooo hooo . . best current production headphones. . . ? and I love them.


Plenty of info on these AND its brethren around here. Just gotta sift through the mud.
post #22 of 28
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Originally Posted by Akabeth View Post
Imo, you need to do some research. Here's some. I hope it helps
wow, thanks! lots here... i'm having a hard time figuring out h-f's boolean searches. I tried searches that should have brought these up but got nada. did I miss a faq somewhere or something? (no, wait... i'll look for it myself first )
post #23 of 28
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One of the sponsors here at Head-Fi should have recently received a shipment of them ... contact one near you to find out if they have one and if they will let you listen to them.
Try Drew at moon-audio (Moon Audio). He is a sponsor, and he stocks Ed 9's (and re-cables them, see the post from lexnasa ... he re-cabled my Pro 750's; btw you should conside Pro 750's -- Drew sells those too -- if the Ed 9's are too costly)
post #24 of 28
Yeah welcome.

I have decided since Denon is so greedy I shall choose the Hi Fi 780 over the D2000. Since Ultrasone actually cares about the pockets of us middle class and poor.

Well thats as close as we gonna get it anyways.
post #25 of 28
Hello Ultrapaul,

I've owned Ultrasone's in the past, and was interested in buying a pair of the Ed 9's. I live in Vancouver, BC. My dealer attempted several times to contact Ultrasone to purchase a pair for me, to no avail. In fact, he told me that none of his emails were answered.

Is there one distributor for North America? Will you service Canadian customers?

Thanks.

Mark
post #26 of 28
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Originally Posted by docmark@telus.net View Post
Hello Ultrapaul,

I've owned Ultrasone's in the past, and was interested in buying a pair of the Ed 9's. I live in Vancouver, BC. My dealer attempted several times to contact Ultrasone to purchase a pair for me, to no avail. In fact, he told me that none of his emails were answered.

Is there one distributor for North America? Will you service Canadian customers?

Thanks.

Mark
Have your dealer send an email to infoteam@ultrasone.com and we will get this taken care of asap for you.
post #27 of 28

i can't start a thread cuz i'm new.

 

hey question...i bought my first ultrasone,,,,the hfi 15g

LOVE IT. i'm no audiophile but i love how i'm hearing my jazz, string quartet, and vocals. everything seems so intimate. like i feel like i can hear every breath between words,,,even the air around the pluck of a bass.

 

so here's my question....i want to upgrade to something modest under $200 at amazon, so i'm looking at the pro550, hfi580, hfi680,

suggestions? a tad over $200 is ummmmm kinda okay 

 

thx

post #28 of 28

Is there a service center in India?

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