Excerpt: Smartphone user Review with Pro's and Con's<br /><br />I've owned my Ultrasone Pro 750 for about 10 months, and I wouldn't trade them for anything in the world except the Ultrasone Edition 8 : ].<br />I power and push them on my iPhone 4s with no amp creating an immersive sound environment, but you could add a small amp to make them sound even more amazing. They are my decently expensive beater/work horse headphones.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, High quality, Lightweight, Portable, Professional Sound, Range In Sound, Versatile
Excerpt: I can't begin to explain how good the sound is, but I'm hearing new things in songs I thought I knew for years. There is slightly too much high end on certain songs (only a few I've noticed so far) but at the same time, the incredible low end clarity will blow you out of the water, no matter to what you're listening. Running with no EQ and still sound great, can't recommend these enough.
Excerpt: I am a production sound mixer based in LA Ca. I record for movies, TV, commercials, and the web. These headphone are wonderful. They are very comfortable and have really good noise cancellation. They sound beautiful. They do not feel like regular headphones on your ears or sound like them either as what you hear sounds like it is coming from a speaker in the room you are in rather than from a pair of headphones.
Pros: Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: I'm an audio engineer. I've used all sorts of headphones: Shure, Sony, AKG, Sennheiser, etc. They all compare to these 'cans, but nothing has the clarity, dynamic range, or flat response. If you want the best, these are surely it. For the love of god don't buy something by Bose when you can get these for far cheaper and better.
Excerpt: Lots of people buy beat, but you cant compare the sound and the quality of this 750's. they're not cheap but I would buy them again and again over the beats. I don't buy cause of trend, but because of quality and price.