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post #5791 of 5813
If you're amped and have a 9 band EQ for making suttle adjustments do you think it's worth the 300$ to 400$ difference between the D2000 and D5000 provided sub bass is relatively the same?
post #5792 of 5813
*Check out this video, I think he does a good job explaining the differences:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UG6tfCCZgGc


Edited by TWerk - 7/4/14 at 12:34pm
post #5793 of 5813
Hey guys, i just got my pro 900's today and have really been enjoying them!.. Im using it out of my android into a fiio e11.. But i was just wondering what the recommended portable amp fo these are.. Would it be worth it to pick up a fiio e12 instead of the e11?
post #5794 of 5813
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Originally Posted by zanderwebb View Post

Hey guys, i just got my pro 900's today and have really been enjoying them!.. Im using it out of my android into a fiio e11.. But i was just wondering what the recommended portable amp fo these are.. Would it be worth it to pick up a fiio e12 instead of the e11?

The best portable amp I have tried on THOSE was the Arrow 3G........best bass boost I heard/felt.

I also double amped with a Digizoid ZO and E-11. Talk about bass........

Glad your enjoying them.
post #5795 of 5813
Haha what makes u think u kno anything about my pro 900's?? Haha and ok awesome i will look into the 3g, thanks again man smily_headphones1.gif
post #5796 of 5813

My right ear cup gave out a while ago.. I pulled it apart but wasn't really sure what I'm looking for. 

 

Anyone see any irregularities? I think it's just a weak solder point and needs re-soldering.  But I'm just an amateur..  Help please =(

 

These are my grocery getters :)

 

 

post #5797 of 5813

Well, the part of the cable that might have broken could be the part that is going through the headband.

post #5798 of 5813
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Originally Posted by namaiki View Post
 

Well, the part of the cable that might have broken could be the part that is going through the headband.

Cripes.. I guess I will start ripping this can apart hoping it's something that can be easily replaced. 

post #5799 of 5813
Wait just a second. Get some alligator clip leads, clip onto both leads from the driver and see if it is a driver issue or the wire in the cord. Touch 2 bare wires to the driver and listen for sound. Get a voltmeter and test the leads to the plug for connectivity.

This could be as simple as replacing the cord, and that would be a good time to upgrade the cord and make it exchangeable with a female 3.5mm socket.
Edited by marone - 7/22/14 at 7:40am
post #5800 of 5813

Did you also try changing the screw-in detachable cable?

post #5801 of 5813

Great advice.. I'm at work now.. but I'll test it out when I get home. Thanks again =)

post #5802 of 5813

Hi guys. I've been looking at getting a portable headphone for ddm recently and I've stumbled upon these. From the reviews they sound like they are just perfect for the music that I listen to as 90% of it is EDM. 

I have just a couple of questions though. Firstly, how much would you value these headphones at / how much would you pay for these headphones. They're currently at $550 on amazon or £300 in the Uk / $470 and I thought that that seems quite expensive. 

Also, is there any sort of warranty with these headphones at all. I've read a few reviews on amazon saying that if they break you're on your own and I simply don't have any knowledge on how to fix any issue with headphones. 

 

Cheers guys. 

post #5803 of 5813

There are quite a few official dealers who offer their own warranty on the headphones they sell. I would avoid purchasing from Amazon with something quite expensive unless it was actually Amazon selling the product. I don't own these but people who have paid around £300 have said they've been more than worth it. I don't think you will find a new pair under that price anywhere unless you're really lucky or catch a good sale. Don't Ultrasone offer a minimum warranty? I am sure they do. The people on Amazon could have purchased from a random seller instead of somebody or a company that is reputable. You should send Ultrasone an email and find out, but i have heard these are great with Electronic Dance Music and the bass is something spectacular.

post #5804 of 5813
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Originally Posted by tpmac22 View Post
 

Hi guys. I've been looking at getting a portable headphone for ddm recently and I've stumbled upon these. From the reviews they sound like they are just perfect for the music that I listen to as 90% of it is EDM. 

I have just a couple of questions though. Firstly, how much would you value these headphones at / how much would you pay for these headphones. They're currently at $550 on amazon or £300 in the Uk / $470 and I thought that that seems quite expensive. 

Also, is there any sort of warranty with these headphones at all. I've read a few reviews on amazon saying that if they break you're on your own and I simply don't have any knowledge on how to fix any issue with headphones. 

 

Cheers guys. 

You can get these cans for a decent deal between $250-$350 on the for sale forum here in very good condition usually. Keep your eyes peeled. I think they would be a steal at $250 for example if they aren't beat up. 

post #5805 of 5813
I wouldn't buy used headphones and I don't mind spending £300 on a pair of headphones, I was just hoping for a sale somewhere.
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