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post #2446 of 2456

i've also found their frequency response

 

АЧХ Амплитудно-частотная характеристика и импеданс сопротивление наушников Ultrasone_Signature%20DJ measurement RAA frequency response imdedance

 

http://personalaudio.ru/raa/otchety/naushniki/ultrasone-signature-dj/

post #2447 of 2456
They are and they do have a smooth presentation. They only problem is the clamping issue but it's not that bad. The bass is not overpowering and refined. Now the other ones that I enjoyed was the Pandora vi really really underrated for its price, the ether c flow ( expensive ) hifiman he edition x , the audeze lcd x but for under 1,000 usd for me it's the Pandora vi or the sig djs.
post #2448 of 2456
Might want to wait for the focal elear when it comes out though . That was awesome when I heard it probably my favorite headphone that I have ever heard.
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Originally Posted by nlse View Post
 

 

how good would the signature dj, fit for psytrance? is it enough with details and a nice expressions for all the sounds incorporated in the genre

 

an example: https://suntriprecords1.bandcamp.com/track/pixel-voyager

I listen mostly to Psy trance. Sig DJ are quite good with Psy. But I would not recommend buying at full price, try to get a used one at a lower price.


Edited by punit - 8/24/16 at 6:24am
post #2450 of 2456

The Signature DJs are still one of my favorite closed-back headphones. The only bad thing on them is the color (mine I've cleaned them about 5 times now and they look... awful! LOL) and the comfort. Plus once the pads deteriorate... Yikes!! I'm actually using some other pads (I think ZMF cowhides!?! Not even sure) and although the comfort is great, the sound signature changed :(. Still, using them on my main PC and for PS4 movies/games/etc.

post #2451 of 2456

got a pair today, couldnt get the right channel to work, any other's that has got a, defective item by post?

 

i could return it, it seems, without any problem, and get a replacement unit

post #2452 of 2456

the sound is quite good, only a bit metallic, in the highs/treble

 

is there any one, that can get a bit frustrated with the metal shielding, for the reason, the signal doesn't reach close enough, and the extension to the ear is in loss, in some extent

 

are there any pads, of higher quality that would work with these, except zmf's protein leather, that could close the distance between the sound and the ear, too make it more vivid?

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Saw that video a while ago one of the reasons I brought the sig djs.
post #2455 of 2456
Quote:
Originally Posted by eargasam View Post

They are and they do have a smooth presentation. They only problem is the clamping issue but it's not that bad. The bass is not overpowering and refined. Now the other ones that I enjoyed was the Pandora vi really really underrated for its price, the ether c flow ( expensive ) hifiman he edition x , the audeze lcd x but for under 1,000 usd for me it's the Pandora vi or the sig djs.


For me they certainly weren't "smooth" compared to a lot of other headphones I've tried, the treble was fatiguing for me. The bass was quite nice though. But I'm a person who tend to prefer warm/smooth lush mids so I thought Signature DJs weren't 100% fit for that. Bass boosted with lush mids is what I prefer and unfortunately seems like quite uncommon signature, M-Audio Q40 despite it's cheap price seems like the best fit so far.


Edited by RPGWiZaRD - 9/19/16 at 12:13am
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they became more natural sounding with an adjust of the 10khz tone, sounded actually very good, quite good bass, better than most in bass thread

 

though the thing that made them not to liking, was their (world war 2) designed metal sheilding,

it took away some of the pleasure in listening to these headphones, if they would'nt have had that, it would have been a quite solid headphone

 

98-99% less radiation and 40% less hearing pressure on the perceived signal to the ear

 

they had a good vibe to them with dance-music

 

 

as someone mentioned for a less, price bought, they are really good, though the ear pads are too expensive,

if the metal shielding is not, of any disenjoyment 


Edited by nlse - 9/25/16 at 8:54am
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