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post #31 of 2096

They're coming....

 

http://www.rmcaudiodirect.com/Ultrasone-Signature-DJ-Headphones-p/signature-dj.htm
 

post #32 of 2096
Still no word on price?
post #33 of 2096

Under $700 (probably list over $1,000) and may be out as soon as the end of the month.  Based on having a 50mm driver, it appears it is NOT the same driver used in the Signature Pro.  With Ultrasone's history, the bass on these should be mindblowing in a good way.  As part of the Signature line, I also expect the best of both world with top notch mids and highs.  I've never seriously considered spending $700 for a headphone until now.
 


Edited by Craigster75 - 9/19/12 at 1:04pm
post #34 of 2096

The quote I got from RMC is $699. 

post #35 of 2096
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Originally Posted by fhuang View Post

 

 

 

the guy told me they should be around the same as signature pro


the list price for Signature DJ is $300 less than the Sig Pro $999 vs. $1,299. As mentioned above, RMC sells for $699 vs. $850.  I don't know how they do it, but they are an authorized distributor and I'm not complaining.


Edited by Craigster75 - 9/19/12 at 5:00pm
post #36 of 2096

This could be good. Maybe they got rid of the wooden headband and glass on the cups to reduce price. I don't like rare and premium materials on my headphones just to increase MSRP.

post #37 of 2096
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Originally Posted by Craigster75 View Post

Under $700 (probably list over $1,000) and may be out as soon as the end of the month.  Based on having a 50mm driver, it appears it is NOT the same driver used in the Signature Pro.  With Ultrasone's history, the bass on these should be mindblowing in a good way.  As part of the Signature line, I also expect the best of both world with top notch mids and highs.  I've never seriously considered spending $700 for a headphone until now.
 

What size drivers does the Signature Pro have?

post #38 of 2096
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Originally Posted by lubczyk View Post

What size drivers does the Signature Pro have?


Sig Pro- 40mm drivers

Sig DJ- 50mm drivers

post #39 of 2096

So... rmcaudio already have them In Stock?!? Interesting...

post #40 of 2096
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So... rmcaudio already have them In Stock?!? Interesting...

 

Not yet. End of the month, they assume. I'm going to wait for some impressions before taking the plunge. 

post #41 of 2096

Ok...

 

My wallet is trembling with fear!! LOL Between these guys, the Sony MDR-1R, the V-MODA M100s, jeez...Guess I have to keep selling stuff! :-p

post #42 of 2096
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Originally Posted by Craigster75 View Post


Sig Pro- 40mm drivers

Sig DJ- 50mm drivers

Whoa, thanks for the info. I appreciate it.

post #43 of 2096

After some impressions roll in I could see getting these. The Sig Pro just never hit the right price point for me...If these are good and do indeed drop with a slightly lower price I might want a pair for my portables.

post #44 of 2096
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Originally Posted by gelocks View Post

Ok...

 

My wallet is trembling with fear!! ...

 

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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

After some impressions roll in I could see getting these. ...

 

Been waiting for a high-end, refined bass-capable phone. Obviously the Pro 900 doesn't cut it. Can't wait to hear impressions. They will have to be stellar for me to consider replacing my MG6Pro as bass king in my collection. Those things are completely unreal. Makes Pro 900 sound like a toy. 

post #45 of 2096

Is there a chance these are better than the sig pros? Do you guys think it is worth waiting to hear these before buying the sig pros. I know price isn't always indicative of quality but these are priced lower so does that mean they are meant to be a slightly lower class headphone?

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