Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Headphones (full-size) › Ultrasone Pro 900 Appreciation Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Ultrasone Pro 900 Appreciation Thread - Page 349

post #5221 of 5756
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zankes View Post

I did google search and headfi search and did not find anything. I searched. Polishing Ultrasone, Polishing Headphones, Polish ultrasone, Polish headphones... If you or someone know any spefic threads or link, please post. I wanna see for reference.

 

That's found on Head-Fi. I've stumbled upon it a few months ago, but can't recall the exact thread. Basically, the jist of it was that a member used metal polish on the side plates, which eliminated all scratches and at the same time also smoothed out the sharp edges. It looked interesting, and I'm likely to do it one of these days, since one of the plates has some mild scratching that I dislike.

post #5222 of 5756
Quote:
theres no material on the inner ring, so would i have to cut out my own piece for somewhere and sew it on?

There is a plastic lip on the inside that slides into the ridges on the hfi580/680/780

 

post #5223 of 5756
Quote:
Originally Posted by PanamaHat View Post

There is a plastic lip on the inside that slides into the ridges on the hfi580/680/780
 

ok cool.. i was actually talking about this:




does the replacement come with that? or will i need to make my own??
post #5224 of 5756
Yea. That cloth/foam bit comes included
post #5225 of 5756

I love mine best thing i have purchased in a long time could not live without them now!

 

Is there a different cable i can  buy for these. i find the extendable one keeps getting tangled up  i do have the other shorter cable that has a 3.5mm jack will i loose any quality buy just getting a cheap extention from ebay or is there a specific cable i can buy for these cans?

post #5226 of 5756
Quote:
Originally Posted by PanamaHat View Post

Yea. That cloth/foam bit comes included

thanks for that Panama, the tips are much appreciated smily_headphones1.gif
just when i thought i could put my wallet away and let it rest for a bit hahaha!!
post #5227 of 5756

Word with S letter makes my ear ache sometimes with these... I listen j music and many words had s letter.. :(

 

The s sounds so SHARP

post #5228 of 5756

My Ultrasone Pro 900's are up for sale in the classifieds smily_headphones1.gif

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/636599/ultrasone-pro-900

 

I'm downgrading cause I need the money for something else.


Edited by SIDWULF - 11/16/12 at 1:22pm
post #5229 of 5756
post #5230 of 5756
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

That's the main reason I don't have them right now. The placement of S logic is too damn finicky. If I own a headphone, I wanna wear them where they make sense, not some in some weird way to get them to sound proper. Last time I had them, it was incredibly annoying to get them to sound right, and not comfortable in that way.

Omg yes

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

I find the Pro 900 very comfy. I just don't like having to 'think' about placement. I wear the headphones a certain way and it's by instinct. If I have to worry about losing SQ due to S Logic... well, I rather avoid that issue altogether by not having them at all.

Totally Me GUSTA

 

Just here to say I'm expanding my bass can collection soon... sadly still no Pro 900 exactly for that stupid freaking placement "pro tip" because seeriosly as Mad has said... "If I have to worry about losing SQ due to S Logic... well, I rather avoid that issue altogether by not having them at all." But If any one wants to try a Xb700 or [Xb1000 and Dt 990 Pro 250ohm] I'd love to trade out with you dudes for a few days [should post this in the Trade Forum but don't want to atm] Still.. I'll try the Pro 900s one day... One day xD 

post #5231 of 5756

Just sent my Pro 900 headphones in for repair.  Have to use my portable headphones until they return.  Only been a day but man I miss their sound...

post #5232 of 5756
Hey guys! I'm new to this sight (just joined a day or so ago). I am starting to learn about audio so as my first headphones I chose the ultrasone pro 750 which is amazing. I listen to a lot of electronica, rock, a little dubstep, and some classical. I was reading throught this thread and was wondering if anyone could tell me what the difference in bass is between the two? (More presence, kick, etc) And is that worth the extra 100 bills? Any help is much appreciated thanks!
post #5233 of 5756

I seem to be having a little trouble getting the right sound; the bass isn't harder than the DT770/80 and the sibilance is quite high. Is there a fit guide around for the S-Logic technology used in the PRO 900?

post #5234 of 5756
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bananaheadlin View Post

I seem to be having a little trouble getting the right sound; the bass isn't harder than the DT770/80 and the sibilance is quite high. Is there a fit guide around for the S-Logic technology used in the PRO 900?

 

Take a look at the advanced tips found on the missing manual.

post #5235 of 5756

Just purchased these, my first "quality" headphone - burning it in ATM, enjoying the sound very much so. Will probably try the KEES mod in the near future ^_^

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Headphones (full-size)
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Headphones (full-size) › Ultrasone Pro 900 Appreciation Thread