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post #5296 of 5813

How to do the beats studios compare to these. Ive read that the beats suck every where and thats the only pretty good head phone i have every listened to. 

post #5297 of 5813

Just got my 900s today with some J$ pads that I barely managed to get on there but I have to say, the J$ pads are worth the money x10. Way better isolation and comfort. Can't comment on the sound just yet, still waiting to compare them to my 880's and to amp them! :)

post #5298 of 5813

Does anyone have both the PRO 900 and PRO 750 and would be willing to describe the differences between them?

post #5299 of 5813
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Originally Posted by NinjaVampire View Post

Just got my 900s today with some J$ pads that I barely managed to get on there but I have to say, the J$ pads are worth the money x10. Way better isolation and comfort. Can't comment on the sound just yet, still waiting to compare them to my 880's and to amp them! :)


Congratz Ninja,

Wait til you plug them into the 11.32.

Cheers!


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post #5300 of 5813

Hey i have just ordered some 2nd hand pro 900's of ebay, because they are used im going to look into replacing the ear pads and was looking at some 70mm grey headphone cups on ebay will that be the correct size?

 

im not sure if the pads clip in or go around the cup and cant seem to finish the answer help.

post #5301 of 5813
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Originally Posted by devhen View Post

Does anyone have both the PRO 900 and PRO 750 and would be willing to describe the differences between them?

 

Hey dev,

 

750s- better balance across the board, less low end, better mids and nice even tonal presentation.  I love 'em both though.  beerchug.gif

 

Cheers!!!

 

 

 

 

post #5302 of 5813

@HeatFan12,

 

Thanks!

 

Would you say that they differ at all in soundstage or instrument separation?

post #5303 of 5813
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Originally Posted by devhen View Post

@HeatFan12,

 

Thanks!

 

Would you say that they differ at all in soundstage or instrument separation?

 

 

Soundstage the PRO900s get the edge, separation the nod goes to the 750s.  The bass on the 900s is sick....eek.gif so the separation will suffer a tad, however they retain the speed.

 

I'm in the camp that all 'Sones provide great soundstage especially the closed models.  I am also on the 'all 'Sones bring something to the table, regardless of models' team.  Listening to the PRO550s now with the O2 and they are slammin'....

 

What genres do you listen to?

 

beerchug.gif


Edited by HeatFan12 - 2/6/13 at 1:08pm
post #5304 of 5813
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Originally Posted by HeatFan12 View Post

 

Soundstage the PRO900s get the edge, separation the nod goes to the 750s.  The bass on the 900s is sick....eek.gif so the separation will suffer a tad, however they retain the speed.

 

I'm in the camp that all 'Sones provide great soundstage especially the closed models.  I am also on the 'all 'Sones bring something to the table, regardless of models' team.  Listening to the PRO550s now with the O2 and they are slammin'....

 

What genres do you listen to?

 

beerchug.gif

 

Thanks for the info!

 

I listen to a whole lot of genres but mainly indie and alternative and I also listen to a lot of electronic music (Modeselektor, Radiohead TKOL remixes for example but no dubstep or anything like that).

 

So you're saying the closed 'sones have better soundstage than the open models? I had assumed the opposite actually.

post #5305 of 5813
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Originally Posted by devhen View Post

 

Thanks for the info!

 

I listen to a whole lot of genres but mainly indie and alternative and I also listen to a lot of electronic music (Modeselektor, Radiohead TKOL remixes for example but no dubstep or anything like that).

 

So you're saying the closed 'sones have better soundstage than the open models? I had assumed the opposite actually.

 

Sorry, no not at all.  What I mean is that the closed Ultrasones have great soundstage for being closed phones.

post #5306 of 5813

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Originally Posted by HeatFan12 View Post

 

Sorry, no not at all.  What I mean is that the closed Ultrasones have great soundstage for being closed phones.

 

Ah, yes, that makes more sense.

 

Are you partial to the open models? Do they have significantly wider/deeper soundstages?

post #5307 of 5813
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Ah, yes, that makes more sense.

 

Are you partial to the open models? Do they have significantly wider/deeper soundstages?

 

I'm an Ultrasone freak so I'm partial to all of them...lol....biggrin.gif

 

 

The two open models I own are the HFI-2200 & PRO2500.  The HFI-2200's soundstage presentation is awesome and it was voted the #1 headphone for movie watching in my household....beerchug.gif

post #5308 of 5813
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I'm an Ultrasone freak so I'm partial to all of them...lol....biggrin.gif

 

 

The two open models I own are the HFI-2200 & PRO2500.  The HFI-2200's soundstage presentation is awesome and it was voted the #1 headphone for movie watching in my household....beerchug.gif

 

Interesting. Very cool. I'd love to try out the open-back 'sones.

 

Thanks for all your help! Enjoy your many Ultrasones (I know you will). biggrin.gif

 

beerchug.gif

post #5309 of 5813
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Interesting. Very cool. I'd love to try out the open-back 'sones.

 

Thanks for all your help! Enjoy your many Ultrasones (I know you will). biggrin.gif

 

beerchug.gif

 

 

Cheers dev....beerchug.gif

post #5310 of 5813

You two are a couple of soaks. beerchug.gif

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