Worth the money, not the hype.
I bought this headphone because of all the hype around it. Keep in mind that I already have the Senheiser HD600 HD650(6XX) HD660S beforehand.
People were saying this is better than all those three combined, that it is what HD700 should've been.
My take after almost a year of use? No.
Do not get me wrong, this is a great pair of headphone. For the price you are getting something special here. The clarity in the mids and highs are there, the bass is more pronounced than the HD 600, all in all a pretty decent pair of headphone. But it doesn't win against its bigger brothers.
The HD600 is still by far, the clearest, sweetest sounding of the family, the resolution and details in the mids and highs still makes my hair stands on end, what it lacks in bass it makes up for in its' clean sound.
The HD650 provides a different musical experience, more relaxed and dynamic
The HD660s wins all in the 6XX line ups. With clarity of the 600 and a punchy, clean bass.
Where does the 58X Jubilee comes in? Though the sound signature is similar to that of the 660s, that is, clear and dynamic, not veiled like the 650 and not flat like the 600. It loses out by a large margin in terms of distortion. The distortion in the bass is much more pronounced in the 58X, making longer listening session fatiguing . The clarity in the upper mids and the sparkles in the highs are also nothing to write home about.
What it has going for it is the lower impedance. Making the headphone shines against its siblings when paired with a bad amp or a mobile device.
Think of it as a portable 660s with low impedance, get one to complete the collection but don't expect anything life changing.
Would recommend to a friend.