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Coming from the Fidelio X2's as my first audiophile set of cans, I have to say I'm duly impressed. I liked the X2's for the their "fun" sound signature, great bass, and nice, wide, airy sound stage. The only thing I disliked was the push back on the mids, which is why I've wanted to pick up a set of Sennheiser's for a long time. Luckily with these, I was not let down. The sound presentation has more focus than the Fidelio's which I crave, and the mids and vocals sound superb. The imaging and clarity is excellent as well, as I'm hearing details in songs I haven't heard before. One of the best things I can say about these headphones is the balance between the frequencies is perfect for me. I expected the mids to be over accentuated, and the bass to be compromised, which is just not the case. These cans were a steal for the price, and I'm incredibly happy I got in right before the drop ended. Highly recommended!
Edit: Just wanted to add, the Jubilee's comfort is phenomenal to me, grips my head just right, and is incredibly light weight. That being said, I can see the clamp as an issue for people so I reccomend looking up a tutorial to loosen these up if you have any problems.
I love Fidelio X2 as well - nice full happy sound compared to my previous Audio Technica (they had beautiful airy sound ) - just ordered these so looking forward to them
Thank you for your review! Do you have any specific tutorial in mind to share?