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post #5521 of 5795
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

the pro900 looks smarter too in black biggrin.gif

They are great looking headphones........
post #5522 of 5795
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Originally Posted by LustLoveLuck View Post
 

I need a good amp recommendation. ATM I have: Xonar DX - Fio E12 - Pro 900. 

 

- The highs are too sharp. vocals are just piercing when i hear 'shhhh' . Bass is O.K. but i need to tame the sibilance...

 

any recommendations?


Edited by jibzilla - 6/3/14 at 5:30am
post #5523 of 5795

iBasso D7 maybe?

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one way is to get a furutech GT2 usb cable...its got a fuller more bodacious sound than stock usb cable.

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another way is to mod a leather earpad instead of the velor. 

( using a jmoney denonpad, or a lawtonpad )

post #5525 of 5795
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

one way is to get a furutech GT2 usb cable...its got a fuller more bodacious sound than stock usb cable.
tongue.gif

another way is to mod a leather earpad instead of the velor. 
( using a jmoney denonpad, or a lawtonpad )

Now I never ever had a problem with the high screeching treble like some have complained about on these headphones. The alpha pads probably would help that regardless and certainly help the already amazing thump.
post #5526 of 5795
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post
 

one way is to get a furutech GT2 usb cable...its got a fuller more bodacious sound than stock usb cable.

tongue.gif

 

another way is to mod a leather earpad instead of the velor. 

( using a jmoney denonpad, or a lawtonpad )


Edited by jibzilla - 6/3/14 at 5:21am
post #5527 of 5795
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Now I never ever had a problem with the high screeching treble like some have complained about on these headphones. The alpha pads probably would help that regardless and certainly help the already amazing thump.

 

Never had this problem either, the crystal clear trebble is actualy one of my fav aspects to them

post #5528 of 5795

Well i gotta say a big thanks to the pro 900's they were my 1st high end headphones and brought a complelty new world of sound to my ears that i never knew was possible. I want to try out some other can's now so i am going to be putting my 900's up for sale.
 

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Originally Posted by redline2097 View Post

Two years and counting with these awesome Pro 900s. Is there even now any serious competition for basshead use?

You should hear them with Alpha pads.....wow.

I've got a pair of Darth Beyers arriving in a few days I feel may be at the Pro900 level. If so I'll be a happy man. We shall see.

Where to get alpha pads?
post #5530 of 5795
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Where to get alpha pads?


Mr Speakers - www.mrspeakers.com I believe is the address. 

post #5531 of 5795

I have been trying to find a good amp for the Ultrasone 900's. Some people say Fiio e9 then some say stay away from fiio. I need a good desktop amp and i'm pretty lost. How about the Aune T1? I am running them through a focusrite 2i2 and the sound is lowwwwwwww def gotta find something to drive them.

post #5532 of 5795
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Originally Posted by bounceback View Post

I have been trying to find a good amp for the Ultrasone 900's. Some people say Fiio e9 then some say stay away from fiio. I need a good desktop amp and i'm pretty lost. How about the Aune T1? I am running them through a focusrite 2i2 and the sound is lowwwwwwww def gotta find something to drive them.


I'm driving it with a vintage Kenwood integrated amp from 1978.  Sounds wonderful.  Since you're looking for desktop, may want to consider vintage. 

post #5533 of 5795
anyone tried with an entry level audiogd dac amp?
post #5534 of 5795
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

anyone tried with an entry level audiogd dac amp?

I am interested to hear any experiences with this pairing too. It's one of the three that I am looking into, the Audio GD NFB-11.32.

post #5535 of 5795

How are these compared to the Pro 2900 or HFI 2400
I like to play games with big explosions so I would like the boom. I also like dubstep but dont like muddy bass. I listen to all kinds of music so like trap, chillstep, drum and bass, rock, hip hop, RnB, Electronic like Daft Punk, EDM, and punk rock and those types.

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