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Switch from Ultrasone HFI 780 to Denon AHD 600?

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Hi guys.

 

I need some advices. I'm not an expert, but i like to enjoy music with a good pair of cans.

In the past i had -and tried- the Sennheiser HD598, which i replaced with the closed cans Ultrasone HFI 780. They are really good, very well balanced i may say. I also have the FiiO E10 to enjoy them more.

Though i do not define them a "wow headphones", i didn't want to replace them; until i saw the AH-D600.

 

In the past, i was very curious about the AH-D2000, but for some reason i went on the 780.

Now the AH-D600 costs only 232 euros on Amazon, and i may buy them. But what i want to know, it's if i get some benefits (isolation, bass, mids, treble, ecc) from the actual HFI 780. 

To let you know, i mainly listen post rock, psychedelic, electronic, trip hop, experimental and ambient music [Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Massive Attack, Portishead, Sigur Rós, James Blake].

 

What do you say on the switch? Do i make a breakthrough or a step back (considering the less ohms comparing to 780)?

 

And are the AH-D600 better than Sennheiser Momentum?

 

P.S. Oh, for what's worth, i'm a little bit concerned about the iOS reference on the box. Even if i'm a Mac and iPhone user, it's sound so Beats style.

 

Thank you :)

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Considering i'm selling my Ultrasone 780, i would know if the AH D600 are a good and better choice.

Anyone? :o

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