Summary: The Ultrasone Proline 750 headphones are absolutely the best, most natural sounding headphones I've ever heard. I purchased them from B&H and before I bought them, I had heard a number of "top of the line" headphones partly because of my involvement in audio and video recording and editing and because I listened to a number of headphones as I wanted to make sure I bought the right ones.
Pros: Clear Sound, Easily replaceable parts, Easy To Use, Extra parts included, Powerful, Professional Functions, Spare parts availability, Sturdy construction
Summary: First of all, I bought these on eBay when a online store is doing a clearance, I paid $300USD, Which is a huge bargain. For many of us, price might be a bit on the expensive side even at $300(MSRP$425). But I got to say, they are truly worth it.
The package is one of the better once I have seen(part from Monster's product which has packaging, even tho the product are crazily overpriced.
Pros: Fantastic detailing and clarity. Balanced sound even with great bass. Great comfot.
Cons: Carring case is slightly too big. Expensive but worth it.(Between pros and cons), Need a amp to run them.
Summary: Amplifiers used: Fiio E7 and Woo Audio WA3
Alright so several weeks ago i purchased the Ultrasone Pro 750 headphones. I paid $225 on Amazon along with a Fiio E7. I've had them for almost a month and i believe i can now form a solid opinion on these headphones. I'll give a brief overview and then go a little more in depth. Let me say these headphones are CLEAR and CRISP. These are ridiculosly detailed.
Summary: As the Ultrasone Pro 750 arrived, I really wanted to like them. After all, these headphones embody just about everything I've claimed to like in the past few months of acquisition and experimentation with various headphones. They have a very balanced sound signature, they are detailed, and bright rather than dark. I was waiting for that Ultrasone bass that I kept hearing about, and I was prepared to give them enough time to really get a sense of them.
Summary: I've had quite a few of Ultrasones, which include the HFI 580, HFI 2400, PRO 900 and the PRO 750. I prefer the 750 over all of these. They have a very balanced sound with amazing tight bass and an edge in the highs. Mids are very forward for an Ultrasone, though I find the highs to be slightly too aggressive and overbearing at times, though it's not as bad as most people say they are.
Pros: Extremely detailed, tight and punchy bass, comfortable (velour), detachable cable, very good soundstage, accessories, very easy to drive, look great
Cons: Shortest straight cable in existence, highs can be too aggressive sometimes, aluminum cups can get scratched easily
Summary: Ultrasone PRO 750 S-Logic Surround Sound Professional Headphones
Straight out of the box and I would say these headphones are really harsh, sound quality is not nice at all, lots of bass in there but really muddy & overall definition of sound is really poor, I think I like the sonic signature of these phones, the overall balance of sound is near what I’m seeking, just about the right quantity of Bass to Mid to Top’s (lol).
Pros: Amazing clarity, detailed sound, awesome well defined bass/sub-bass
Summary: I was introduced to these headphones this evening when I was setting up to record and film a Philharmonic Orchestra. The house A-1 had me listen to several music selections from Pop to Classical on these headphones, then the live 140+ Orchestra, WOW... I have been in the Film Sound industry for over 30 years and have never heard headphones like these.. I am outfitting my Feature Film sound package with these headphones.