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Long story short, I really like these. Compared to my previous higher end headphones (Fidelio L2 and Sennheiser 558), the 58X Jubilee offers noticeably better clarity, detail, and imaging. It has a more neutral sound for my ears than the L2 or 558 and excels more often than it does not.
While its soundstage isn't as wide as my 558s, I prefer its separation and imaging in a lot of instances, especially for gaming. For music it does very well across many genres but excels in electronic heavy genres with its solid but not overdone bass.
I found the build quality very good. My only issue is the earpads are on the warmer side and less breathable than my 558s or even my L2s which is less than great in the summer heat.
The 58X has easily become my new primary pair of headphones for both music and gaming.
For anyone first entering into the arena of higher end headphones this is kind of an amazing entry point at the $150 price point.
What kind of games do you play it with might i ask?
Rainbow Six Siege primarily on PC. I played some Battlefield 1 as well though not as much as Siege at this point.