Ultrasone HFI-780 Over-Ear


This model appears to be based on the HFI-700. With fairly bright treble, reasonable midrange and an emphasis on midbass, they'd be a decent choice for movie watching and some games, but unfortunately the bass tends to a little boomy and slow sounding, overwhelming finer details, and treble tends to be a little sharp. If you're after a closed model that's easy to drive and fairly bassy, these might be a reasonable choice, but for a balanced sound they aren't a great pick. As usual, Ultrasone do a good job of making a closed headphone sound much less boxed in, so soundstage is very nice for a closed model. Comfort levels and durability are reasonable, and it appears that the infamous Ultrasone headbands are now made out of a more flexible material that isn't as prone to cracking.

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