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Ultrasone PRO 550

Studio headphone from Ultrasone belonging to the PRO series.

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" Surprising!"

Ultrasone PRO 550Published on 07/06/13 at 16:14
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It's been three days that I have. Bought new on Ebay store importer (jukebox ltd) for the sum of 90 euros. Twice cheaper!! I had a AKG K240 for 10 years.

I love everything about this headphone, it outperforms my AKG, the DT770 I tested the HD 25 etc. ....
180 euros in a briefcase with two cables, two replacement pads (35 euros worth in others when you get to find) and a big jack to mini-jack adapter (sisi spa an error).

I found it at 90 euros but I was going to buy 177 euros mag. He is without a shadow of a doubt.

I use this headset to the mix and basically I have not yet tested for the sound.

This headphone is doing very well, we feel still arise on the head (295 grams......
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It's been three days that I have. Bought new on Ebay store importer (jukebox ltd) for the sum of 90 euros. Twice cheaper!! I had a AKG K240 for 10 years.

I love everything about this headphone, it outperforms my AKG, the DT770 I tested the HD 25 etc. ....
180 euros in a briefcase with two cables, two replacement pads (35 euros worth in others when you get to find) and a big jack to mini-jack adapter (sisi spa an error).

I found it at 90 euros but I was going to buy 177 euros mag. He is without a shadow of a doubt.

I use this headset to the mix and basically I have not yet tested for the sound.

This headphone is doing very well, we feel still arise on the head (295 grams without cable). However, he does not oppress the ears. Vbref, it is nice.

I listen to all kinds but mainly funk and soul music.

This headset is very very solid. It has two detachable cables with a twist. It must still some hours of running to get the very substance.

So much to tell you right now, I'm not at all agree with the audiofanzine test the headphone to 150 euros. Not trusting me to the test, I went to check on my own the words of our testers AF.

And surprise: I find the widest range, the more precise stereo, more faithful than other models presented low. I (AKG, BEYER, SONY and others) have found with either medium or low atrophied fuzzy bass. that's how he was mixing it 20-30-40 years ago while Ultrasone proves to be more in line with the sound of our time. It is a choice. This is the one I did.

The isolation, I do not care but it's not bad. There is repisse (not more than another brand)
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Anonymous

" Very correct helmet"

Ultrasone PRO 550Published on 05/15/11 at 06:41
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I use this model for four months.

This is the first headphone I try to monitoring. (For cons I've tried many headsets hifi)

The peculiarities that I love most:
- A neutral, almost cold, with low specific that does not saturate nor invade any hearing as it is fashionable today.

- Its case / hard case, two cables screw (a right for small jack and a great twist to Jack), his replacement pads.

For fans: foldable headphones, headsets can be rotated 90 degrees.

The specifics I like least:
- Perhaps a lack of fishing in general. If you push the volume is louder, but it did no more fishing. Had I known, I would have expected the test to try the FY BeyerDynamic (ahceter and,......
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I use this model for four months.

This is the first headphone I try to monitoring. (For cons I've tried many headsets hifi)

The peculiarities that I love most:
- A neutral, almost cold, with low specific that does not saturate nor invade any hearing as it is fashionable today.

- Its case / hard case, two cables screw (a right for small jack and a great twist to Jack), his replacement pads.

For fans: foldable headphones, headsets can be rotated 90 degrees.

The specifics I like least:
- Perhaps a lack of fishing in general. If you push the volume is louder, but it did no more fishing. Had I known, I would have expected the test to try the FY BeyerDynamic (ahceter and, who knows?).

Value for money: slightly excessive. I say this based on the competition which sells models of the same range up to 40-50 € less!

With experience, I read the test of AF: https://fr.audiofanzine.com/casque/beyerdynamic/DT-770-Pro/editorial/tests/comparatif-6-casques-a-150. html ...

And I probably would have bought the BeyerDynamic ...

That said, I am very glad Ultrasone this is my first headphone quality for mixing and there is very correct, it does very well the work that I entrusted him: simply, we poor humans, always want more!
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  • Manufacturer: Ultrasone
  • Model: PRO 550
  • Series: PRO
  • Category: Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 06/28/2005

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