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post #5131 of 5801

Something i noticed isnt talked alot about with the PRO 900's is the sub-bass....how does this compare to other cans, I would assume it's as good as the mid-bass.


Edited by SIDWULF - 10/13/12 at 11:08am
post #5132 of 5801
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I feel it takes a few listens to realize just how awesome a track is...the zomboy song you posted...the more i listen to it the more amazing it sounds...i can for sure ear mark that track for it's clarity and clean bass alone. So, equally thanks for sharing. :)

 

I do have a few more tracks that I could link if your interested in liquid DnB.

 

I buy everything in lossless. Youtube is really just a preview for tracks because the maximum audio bit-rate of uploaded videos is only 192kbps. Lossless is when i want to take a track to the next level and the difference is usually worth the premium...and I always feel good about supporting the artist.

Yeah If you have any more tracks I'd love to hear them!! I like Zomboy! His whole The dead symphonic ep is really good! 

Man I really love that part on the nero - must be the feeling.  The bass is so loooooowww!!!

 

Another good song that I like is Tommy's Theme from Noisia!!

 


Edited by sweedishpie - 10/13/12 at 12:01pm
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Originally Posted by rune-san View Post


Also a great thing to use with Foobar is the WASAPI addon component. It's why I use Foobar. Install that component then in output devices you'll see an entry similar to WASAPI: E11. By using WASAPI you skip Microsoft software audio stack. This will remove all the audio modifiers and effects that might have been enabled. Of course, if you're using OSX, none of this means anything :P
Enjoy!

Cool thanks I'll check it out! I use windows 7 at the moment

post #5134 of 5801

glad u guys r enjoying it still :3 for a while this thread had no love in it xD

post #5135 of 5801
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Originally Posted by SIDWULF View Post

Something i noticed isnt talked alot about with the PRO 900's is the sub-bass....how does this compare to other cans, I would assume it's as good as the mid-bass.

 

 

Contrary to what some people say, they do have sub-bass, but due to higher emphasis on mid-bass, it isn't as noticeable.

post #5136 of 5801
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Contrary to what some people say, they do have sub-bass, but due to higher emphasis on mid-bass, it isn't as noticeable.

Yea ofc, the whole idea behind the sub roll off is to emphasis the mids, now cans that are Sub Heavy... sadly that Mid Bass Roll off just stinks <3 

post #5137 of 5801
Denon D2k's for sub-bass, Pro 900 for mid-bass.
post #5138 of 5801

Got the Wasapi add on and it sounds great!!! I love these cans!! 

I'm listening through my laptop with the fiio e11. Would I see a big difference by getting a dac? 

post #5139 of 5801
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Got the Wasapi add on and it sounds great!!! I love these cans!! 

I'm listening through my laptop with the fiio e11. Would I see a big difference by getting a dac? 

 

They scale nicely with better gear, and a better source will yield improvements indeed. Also, keep in mind the Pro 900 aren't forgiving and do reveal flaws on compressed tracks or overall low quality audio, so make sure you feed them high quality recordings.

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They scale nicely with better gear, and a better source will yield improvements indeed. Also, keep in mind the Pro 900 aren't forgiving and do reveal flaws on compressed tracks or overall low quality audio, so make sure you feed them high quality recordings.

Cool! I'm re-doing my music library. Spent the whole day looking for flacs or 320 kbps songs. I listened to a low quality audio track and yeah it did sound like poo! 

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Cool! I'm re-doing my music library. Spent the whole day looking for flacs or 320 kbps songs. I listened to a low quality audio track and yeah it did sound like poo! 

Gosh don't even START me on that... I've been reading over this site for a week now just go be able to get ONLY lossless/320cbr in my collection, because they Dt 880 CRAPS OUT anything that's not Lossless or 320 CBR

 

But yea the Pro 900's are good with good gear, also I heard today that the Dt Pro 990 has more BITE in the bass where as the Pro 900 has more kick... any one have any idea what was meant by bite in bass? I'm thinking the Dt 990 have more detail and since they are open the Impact is A much Shorter BURST as oppossed to the preseance that it has in a closed can, so Bite as opposed to a kick 

post #5142 of 5801

Hey just a noob here but figured this would be a good place to ask...Has anyone bought the Ultrasone Pro 900's from Amazon? I really want a pair after reading up on them as much as I have. I can't stop staring at them on my computer! But they're sold at about $550 everywhere I look, until I get to Amazon. Amazon sells them under they're own name (so from Amazon, no other 3rd, party) for $327. I know when a deal sounds too good to be true but it's Amazon selling them so I would assume they were real. Has anyone else here bought these from Amazon, from Amazon??? Are they real or fake? or are there any differences form the ones on Amazon from the ones I'd get directly from Ultrasone? I'd appreciate some input from those who know because all I've found myself through extensive looking through forums was just more unanswered questions the same as mine. Here's the link to the site --> http://www.amazon.com/Ultrasone-PRO-900-Professional-Headphones/dp/B001F00F0E/ref=pd_cp_MI_0 

 

Let me know what you know! Thanks L3000.gif

post #5143 of 5801
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Hey just a noob here but figured this would be a good place to ask...Has anyone bought the Ultrasone Pro 900's from Amazon? I really want a pair after reading up on them as much as I have. I can't stop staring at them on my computer! But they're sold at about $550 everywhere I look, until I get to Amazon. Amazon sells them under they're own name (so from Amazon, no other 3rd, party) for $327. I know when a deal sounds too good to be true but it's Amazon selling them so I would assume they were real. Has anyone else here bought these from Amazon, from Amazon??? Are they real or fake? or are there any differences form the ones on Amazon from the ones I'd get directly from Ultrasone? I'd appreciate some input from those who know because all I've found myself through extensive looking through forums was just more unanswered questions the same as mine. Here's the link to the site --> http://www.amazon.com/Ultrasone-PRO-900-Professional-Headphones/dp/B001F00F0E/ref=pd_cp_MI_0 

 

Let me know what you know! Thanks L3000.gif

aww much love for you man! I reaserached my first cans and well came upon a thread like this. I can't garantee that the Amazon store is 100% legit, but I've gotten 250+ cans on amazon without any issues

 

Also here is B&H Video with the Pro 900's for 327

 

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/584905-REG/Ultrasone_PRO_900_PRO_900_Closed_Back_Professional.html

 

I rather like B&H they seem plenty trustworthy, and faster than Amazon even with thier cheapest USPS shipping some times! 

post #5144 of 5801

Much appreciation, I noticed this site and that's when I got into the debate of unbalanced vs balanced but I'll be doing most listening from an ipod on the go probably with a new portable amp biggrin.gif, so unbalanced is fine. And thanks for the tip about shipping times, I want theses babies here fast!

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I just purchased these off Amazon. I'm using a pair of Beats Pros right now so i'm very much looking forward to my first legit set of (right-priced) headphones.

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