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post #46 of 56

I say get the Ultrasones buddy. You have money back guarantees with most retailers, so give it a shot.

 

I'm awaiting my Pro 900 package today. Damn, hurry up its lunch time here now...

post #47 of 56
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Originally Posted by vincentvdn View Post

After my ATH-ES7 broke I stubbornly bought the Beats online after spending hours on this forum thinking I love bass and I don't care what people say.

 

Spent the money, received the package, opened it and listened to the phones for about 10 songs.

Put them in the box again and sold it 1 day later with $75 loss. Don't go there.


 

The thing is, you have your Audio Techinicas to refer the sound too, Many people that buy Beats by Dre, or Bose, only have their Apple earbuds to refer too. So they think the sound of the Beats amd Bose is crazy, because the sound of their Apple earbuds is atrocious.

Also one thing I find funny is Apple Starts with A and Bose and Beats start with B, isn' that kind of Ironic?

post #48 of 56
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Originally Posted by MetroBBOY View Post

I say get the Ultrasones buddy. You have money back guarantees with most retailers, so give it a shot.

 

I'm awaiting my Pro 900 package today. Damn, hurry up its lunch time here now...



I knew I was going to get the Ultrasone 900's, all i was asking was Bass wise, which has more!!!!

post #49 of 56

So...you mean to say that you just wanted to know which headphone has more bass, simply for the sake of knowing?

 

 

 

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Also one thing I find funny is Apple Starts with A and Bose and Beats start with B, isn' that kind of Ironic?

 

That's not irony.

 


Edited by Eric_C - 6/27/11 at 8:42pm
post #50 of 56
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Not for the sake of Knowing, I am in the Market for a bass heavy headphones, and wanted to know which had more.

post #51 of 56

Here you go, Pro 900 has empirically more bass. Discussion over I suppose :)

 

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post #52 of 56
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Originally Posted by TakashiMiike View Post

Here you go, Pro 900 has empirically more bass. Discussion over I suppose :)

 

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Allright, thats all i needed, could have been said in one post.

 

post #53 of 56
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I suppose the 900's are the most bass high of them all?

post #54 of 56

I just received the Pro 900's. Purchased off a fellow Head-Fier with about 70-80 hours burn in time.

 

Straight from my iPhone 4 source, the bass on these are very clean. Punchy, yet very impactful bass. When the sub-bass hits on the notes of one sample - C+C Music Factory - Do You Wanna get Funky - hits it very deep and your ears definitely feel it. In heaven. It reminds me of a 2x 10" high end Boston GT sub setup I used to have in my car.

 

Mid range is definitely recessed. Its not overly so, but present. High frequencies are sparkly, a little bit "metallic" sounding though. They are not ear-piercing, although its not a fair assessment because of the iPhone source.

 

I've yet to go home so will check these out on my AVR or E5 amp. I can only assume these may change. At the moment, its a little too "cold" for my tastes, but coming from the iPhone, these are very impressive!! Absolutely smashes my XB700 bass in terms of quality, depth and extension. If I can get my hands on a tube amp, I think these will really shine. To me, they could with a bit of warmth to the sound signature. I will also assess the Kees mod down the track, but I really adore the bass handling of these cans.


Edited by MetroBBOY - 6/27/11 at 9:30pm
post #55 of 56
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Originally Posted by MetroBBOY View Post

I just received the Pro 900's. Purchased off a fellow Head-Fier with about 70-80 hours burn in time.

 

Straight from my iPhone 4 source, the bass on these are very clean. Punchy, yet very impactful bass. When the sub-bass hits on the notes of one sample - C+C Music Factory - Do You Wanna get Funky - hits it very deep and your ears definitely feel it. In heaven. It reminds me of a 2x 10" high end Boston GT sub setup I used to have in my car.

 

Mid range is definitely recessed. Its not overly so, but present. High frequencies are sparkly, a little bit "metallic" sounding though. They are not ear-piercing, although its not a fair assessment because of the iPhone source.

 

I've yet to go home so will check these out on my AVR or E5 amp. I can only assume these may change. At the moment, its a little too "cold" for my tastes, but coming from the iPhone, these are very impressive!! Absolutely smashes my XB700 bass in terms of quality, depth and extension. If I can get my hands on a tube amp, I think these will really shine. To me, they could with a bit of warmth to the sound signature. I will also assess the Kees mod down the track, but I really adore the bass handling of these cans.


So theses don't sound bad on an iPhone???
post #56 of 56

yes very very bad, but you need to taste your headphones with 500$ amp + 500$ dac for see that. :) pro 900'S are really hard to drive. ( yah yah...wink_face.gif)

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