I actually liked it. Maybe one of the few that did, granted I only listened for 30 seconds or so. I liked it better than my Edition 8s which were closed back and not as nice. I think that Beyer does an overall more natural presentation than Ultrasone. Ultrasone is better for bassheads and DJ's, Beyer for everyone else... Ultrasone focuses more on design, Beyer more on ultimate sound quality for a lower cost... There's a reason why most sound engineers, masterers, recording artists, etc.. choose Beyers usually the T770 and DT880 from what I have seen actually!
It amazes me that we do hear in so so so much different way
Edition 10 is a good example of what a metallic treble should sound. It sounds like blades to my ears, highly ear piercing.
That makes me wonder how engineers in Ultrasound perceive sound.
On the other hand, I do like Edition 8 which has the opposite sound signature than the Edition 10.
I guess they are just cleverly tried to makes some variations in Head-fi world.
Sorry for OOT
Edition 10 can stop here