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post #5626 of 5820

Hey guys, what's a good mic/button cable for the 900s? Is the vmoda cable the only option? 

post #5627 of 5820
I had an old pair of beats solo and that cable works just fine with my pro 900s
post #5628 of 5820
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Originally Posted by illomatic3 View Post

I had an old pair of beats solo and that cable works just fine with my pro 900s

I was going to buy one of those for $7 in amazon but almost every other review basically says that it stopped working after 2-3 days. Is there an extremely rugged option from another manufacturer I could buy instead with a mic and button? 

post #5629 of 5820

You know how the ultrasone pro 900's fold. Well I was wondering if there was a case that was more compact that the cans can fit into.

post #5630 of 5820
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Originally Posted by Mondrow20 View Post

You know how the ultrasone pro 900's fold. Well I was wondering if there was a case that was more compact that the cans can fit into.

You mean smaller than the stock one? Good question and good luck as the stock one is pretty compact.
post #5631 of 5820

You can probably fold them flat to fit them into most bags, though be careful not to get them scratched.

post #5632 of 5820
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Originally Posted by Mondrow20 View Post

You know how the ultrasone pro 900's fold. Well I was wondering if there was a case that was more compact that the cans can fit into.

I actually had a pair of m50s and I used the Slappa case with that one. surprisingly the pro 900 is a tight fit in the Slappa case. much more smaller and compact but a VERy tight fit
post #5633 of 5820
I was thinking more along the line of this kind of folding
post #5634 of 5820
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Originally Posted by Mondrow20 View Post

I was thinking more along the line of this kind of folding

I always felt somewhat misled about that pic. Sure they fold like that, but I was hoping that they would somehow be able to lock in that phase without having to apply passive, outside pressure. That would have been nice.

post #5635 of 5820

I'm wondering about this currently :p When I got them they had less than 20 hours play time and I got headaches in minutes from how bright they were. I was super impressed with the bass but it was a little nutty and boomy. I have probably 150 hours on them now maybe more and they just keep getting better. I don't feel that they are bright at all anymore and the bass is just gnarly and tight, textured and beautiful. I can't tell if they broke in and just started sounding way better or if I just beat my ear drums into submission :p Seriously though I'm pretty sure once these broken in they just sounded way better. I love these things so damn much now. They have replaced every other paid I had. I'm not parting with these cans no way. 

post #5636 of 5820
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Originally Posted by goldenSHK View Post
 

I always felt somewhat misled about that pic. Sure they fold like that, but I was hoping that they would somehow be able to lock in that phase without having to apply passive, outside pressure. That would have been nice.

You could always glue some clips on the joint above the ear cups.

post #5637 of 5820
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Originally Posted by goldenSHK View Post
 

Hey guys, what's a good mic/button cable for the 900s? Is the vmoda cable the only option? 

I was thinking the same thing. I've come down to these and the M-100s and if the boom pro will fit the Pro 900s - they win. 

post #5638 of 5820
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Originally Posted by Coffeemonster View Post
 

I was thinking the same thing. I've come down to these and the M-100s and if the boom pro will fit the Pro 900s - they win. 

Would the boom pro even be a good choice for portable listening/call taking? I'm mainly going to be using it for that so I'm not sure if I should be considering them. 

post #5639 of 5820
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Originally Posted by goldenSHK View Post
 

Would the boom pro even be a good choice for portable listening/call taking? I'm mainly going to be using it for that so I'm not sure if I should be considering them. 

Good question. I've read that the works quite well, but not sure if you'd want a boom mic for portable use only. I want to use it for gaming/skype on my desktop so function trumps forms. 

post #5640 of 5820

Hi everyone.  I just bought a pair of these to use with my home set up for PS3 mainly.  I will be powering these through my Yamaha RX-V671 amp. Any sound processor recommendations?  What is a good quality cable I can buy for extra length?

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