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How are the ultrasone PRO headphones for gaming?

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Basically i'm looking at the pro 550 through pro 900. how would they be for gaming/music? 60/40 each.

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I have both the PRO550 (DJ1 Pro) and PRO900.

 

The DJ1 Pro pads are a bit uncomfortable for me but the PRO900 pads are the same size and just snap on. Both are fine for games although some may find them too heavy.

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i ment how are they for fps shooters and hearing footsteps/soundstage? 

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i ment how are they for fps shooters and hearing footsteps/soundstage? 

 

Great details and great sound stage, Ultrasones use the S-logic patent with the soundstage. Try to get a used pro-900, is a bit more comfy compare to the other models.

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Soundstage is good, it's not that big compared to a K701/Q701/K712 but it works well with Dolby Headphone and SBX. A Fidelio X1 is better than a Pro 900 though, even though the kickbass on the Pro 900/Pro 2900 is exciting. The Pro 900 has piercing highs that you need to be wary of at louder volumes. 

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I own the 900pro. Its à great headphone. However, for gaming (Fps mostly but other games as well) I prefer audio technica ad700 hands down: lighter on the head, better soundstage for games and less bass.
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