I've been away from this thread for one day and its grown quite a bit haha. Thank you for posting all of your impressions guys!
@GeorgeGoodman, I greatly appreciate the compliment. Its nice to know I've been able to help so many in deciding to purchase these headphones. Its nice to feel appreciated, so thank you . I'm eager for you to hear them, and I look forward to your impressions. As for the EQ question, I've only used an EQ with them once. I tried to see what it sounded like if I brought the mids more forward. At first it made me think that the Pro 900 has pretty recessed mids, but as soon as I turned the EQ off, music sounded totally fine and my fears went away. I've never tried using an EQ for more bass haha but I'm sure the Ultrasones could take it.
Before I bought the Ultrasone Pro 900s, I did as much research as I could, reading every thread on the Pro 900s I could find. It was clear, that while many liked their Ultrasones, many more found them to have a weird sound signature and to be average cans at best. When I finally bought mine and listened to them, I was so blown away that I had to share a review with you guys. Since then, many, many of you have shared input on this thread and have helped multiple people to decide to also purchase a pair, and now they are loving them. Its a great feeling to write a review and have so many people be swayed because of your words that they purchase the cans, and then have them come back and share their impressions in a hope to sway even more. We got a great thread going here, and hopefully even more will read it and take the plunge and end up with, hopefully, what they think is an amazing pair of headphones.
@Katun, I'm glad you are enjoying them as much as I am. They really are a great set of music headphones, but they are also so good at gaming and movies. I greatly look forward to your "Pro 900 vs D2000" comparison review thread. I recently read your HD650 vs D2000 comparison thread, and it was awesome.
@all of you who have asked some questions since I've last visited this thread, hopefully I can help a bit. The Pro 900s are pretty big, much bigger than I thought they were going to be. I did have the K701, however, which is a monster of a headphone, and easily much bigger than the Pro 900s. I'd say the Pro 900s are a tad smaller than the D2000 (ear cup diameter wise). I'm going off of memory, though, as I haven't had a D2000 for couple months. The cable is good, and the screw in feature is just fine. I've mentioned it before, but I'll say it again: unamped, the bass can become very boomy, but the cans still sound quite good. They do leak some sound, but they isolate much better than the D2000s do and you can listen pretty loud before you'd annoy anyone near you. Like Katun and I have said, these are AWESOME gaming and movie cans. Also, you would still like these if you didn't listen to Electronic genres. I think they sound awesome with just about any type of music. Having said that, I wouldn't have bought these unless I wanted such huge bass for Trance and Drum & Bass.
Thanks for continuing to post everyone.