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These headphones are phenomenal. Take the super detailed drivers of the DT1990 and put them into an ultra-comfortable enclosure.
The price is not phenomenal -- if you're patient you can find them for $400-450 throughout the year.
I picked up a pair as an Amazon Warehouse deal, damaged box, for $399 last week. The pads are super comfortable...if you don't wear glasses, and the comfort in general is amazing. The bass is fantastically tight, and the entire range is detailed, but the treble spike can be fatiguing with certain types of music. The sound stage is above average, with average imaging for a quality open back.
If you like the 6XX sound signature these aren't for you, they're more detailed, with punchier bass and better low end extension, but the highs aren't as smooth or flat, they're less forgiving of poorly recorded or mastered music, and they're much less intimate due to the larger sound stage.
Pretty accurate, except I am never fatigued by the Amiron's treble, like ever.