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But thanks for the advice,
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I owned it twice...u need to amp it for the bass to shine.
Hard to tame.

Hv u read up on Philips A5Pro? Looks exciting...New product:-)
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You could always keep checking eBay, just make sure their rating is above 90-95 and you should be fine, I've occasionally seen the PRO900 on eBay for a pretty decent price. It's probably worth a determined look for a few days.
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Thread Starter 

I sometimes miss these babies...

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I sometimes miss these babies...

 

keep the memories..n just move on bro...

(the Yamaha MT220 took over the reign at my end..v happy.)

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How do these compare to the Pro 750?

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People have to accept on this thread that the Pro900 is more a polarizing headphone than most. It's not for everyone. I completely understand what some people are describing as harsh highs. The Pro900s are the headphones I listen to most at the moment because they are unmatched in their presentation of bass heavy music. I haven't found any headphone that can beat them - any. However, there are many times that I switch between them and my other headphones and realize just how distant the mids can be in comparison to more neutral headphones. It is what it is, and I love the Pro900s for what they are; and they are a very polarizing headphone. I haven't heard anyone say yet "The Pro900s are OK, just about what I expected." It's always more along the lines of the following two: "These things absolutely ROCK" or "Earbleeding trash/overpriced junk." That's ok for me because I belong to the former group rather than the latter. 

 

EDIT: Upon further thought of my post, maybe the TH900/TH600 can actually match the Pro900's presentation of bass heavy music - that I would probably agree with. 

I will be receiving my 900s tomorrow and I will chime in on here with my pre burn-in comparo between the th600 and the Usones 900. Right now I feel the TH-600 are a tad too bass light but over all a great sounding headphone. 

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Got my Pro 900 for a while now, the bass is simply amazing. However, you can definitely heard the different when it plugs into difference sources. I owned iPod classic, Sony ZX1, and AK100. When it plugs into ZX1 (Normal EQ, no clear bass enable), I can clearly heard the difference between the quality of the bass when compares to iPod Classic and AK100. I mostly listening to heavy-bass electric musics, when it plugs into iPod classic, the bass is strong; however, the bass is kind of mixing with the mid. When it plus to ZX1, I like easily tell that the bass is getting deeper and more separate from the mid tone. 

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Hey guys I am doing a project to make my Pro 900s wireless, but I need to make two very short 3.5mm male  to 3.5mm male cables. Does anyone know where I can get 3.5mm diy plugs that are thin and very small so they can fit inside the funky threaded barrel entry area of the pro 900 headphones? It's very annoying because most cables don't fit inside the weirdly tight threaded cavity of the pro 900 so I really need to make sure the plug is thin and very small like the vmoda plugs. Anyone know? Highly appreciate it. 

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Sennheiser actually has them. A guy made me a 22" 3.5 to 3.5 connector with the same requirement (very slim plug) and they are about the same size as the V-Moda cable. Can't remember his user name but the name Sennheiser is printed on it for sure.
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Sennheiser actually has them. A guy made me a 22" 3.5 to 3.5 connector with the same requirement (very slim plug) and they are about the same size as the V-Moda cable. Can't remember his user name but the name Sennheiser is printed on it for sure.

Excellent. I'll look around the sennheiser website. Do you have a picture of the cable or just the plug? Or maybe a link to the page for the plug? It would really help me find which plug you are talking about so I don't accidentally purchase something that looks compatible, but can't be sure. 

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Excellent. I'll look around the sennheiser website. Do you have a picture of the cable or just the plug? Or maybe a link to the page for the plug? It would really help me find which plug you are talking about so I don't accidentally purchase something that looks compatible, but can't be sure. 


I'll take a picture and post it later. 

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Cable is from a different source.
Edited by Oregonian - 10/27/14 at 8:43pm
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Cable is from a different source.

Wow that looks really good! I am going to try to find something like that.

 

Does anyone know though if Ultrasone sells their threaded connector or if it can be harvested from the stock cables in any way? 

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