Ultrasone Pro 900 headphones – Radiation Free Zone


Ultrasone’s need to include radiation reducing technology in the Pro 900 headphones is beyond us but we’re not complaining. The more multi-functional a gadget is, the more points it gets.

Built on S-Logic Plus Technology, giving you an increased soundstage inside the earcup, allegedly for an “improved acoustic feeling, the Ultrasone Pro 900 even has velvet covered earpads for headphones to rest on the more delicate ear.

At $600 a pop they better put platinum-velvet on mine….Moving onto the radiation reducing aspect of the Ultrasone Pro 900, the headphones integrate a MU-Metal shield that Ultrasone claim to reduce radiation from your computer by up to 98%.

This sounds great but in all honesty, when has radiation from a computer ever killed anyone and if did, you wouls need more than a pair of headphones to save you. If you want the Ultrasone Pro 900 headphones, you’re better off getting them just because they look cooler than the next best thing, the Plantronics GameCom 777

, a gamers delight.






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