I'd love to hear them, but maybe down the road.
I have kept the Logitech UE 9000's, they're doing okay.
In Hifi listening mode I use the wire or the Technics RPDJ1210's
when just listening casually eg radio or soundcloud etc I am perfectly happy with the UE 9000's on bluetooth.
The cutouts do not seem to be an issue with music , only with gaming, and they are only a second or two very occasionally so its not a big deal.
Have noticed the buzz when leaning against a pillow though, cant for the life of me figure out what is going on there.... so the solution is to sit up straight hahah.
Just got the ES FC300. Initial impressions:
The build is OK. The headband will NOT break, as I've been trying to tighten and loosen the clamping force and they haven't broken. They don't feel super luxurious like the Fidelio L1 would feel.
The pads are rediculous. They are imo worse than the momentum, since these are about the same in complecations in size, but these pads are a little less soft; as a result, getting a good seal for me is a near impossible (impossible so far) task.
Theres a very noticeable channel imbalance. It's horrible.
The Sound: Only OK so far. The bass is great, since it doesn't interfere with the mids. The treble is good also. The mids however are a big bowl of mess. The focus is off, the vocals are good (not fantastic), and they are recessed.
Overall, I'm dissapointed. This has to be defective. Bass is great though.
2nd Impressions: Guys... I think I just noticed burn in in the making. Story time!
So I'm going to myself, "No. No, they just can't sound this bad. I've never heard something sound this wierd in my Head-Fi career". Then I start thinking, OK, maybe it's my Galaxy 5's fault. Source #2: Sansa Clip Zip. The same problem.
"Well.....maybe they're really hard to drive? I'll plug them into my reciever". 3 seconds later..... what the h-e double hocky sticks! They sactually sound respectable. No more recessed mids and unfocussed horrible sound. All problems were cured (well, not completely, but its a start!). Even the channel imbalance went away! They now sound about neutral, except that the bass is emphasized. About the same amount or maybe more bass than the UE6000.
Then I take them out of the receiver and plug them straight into the Clip Zip and wah lah, they sound good! It's unexplainable.
Until Next Time!...
Only been like an hour. Gotta give them time.
OK: Final Impressions of the Day
OMG! This is NOT regular burn in. This is what burn in should be referred to as. The bass has increased, the mids sound nice and clear without a hint of congestion. The highs are nice and present (albet a little metalic), and overall, the signature is warm, not dark. The bass extension is fantastic. Its crazy how even the channel imbalanced disapeared. The experience is simlar to that I had with the Focal Spirit One, but this case is much more dramatic.
I was able to audition the B&W P7 at Apple. Really nice sound. Tight and rich bass with a large soundstage. However, I ultimately preferred the Sennheiser Momentum for it's better midrange presentation and overall clarity.