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Logitech UE 900s Ultimate Ears Noise-Isolating Earphones (NEWEST 2014 VERSION) Reviews

acain

Great Sound and Comfortable

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Pros: Lots of accessories, instrument seperation

Cons: cable tangles, connector

UE 900S Unibody   I would like to first say thank you to Mrs. McDonald for sending me a demo unit to review. UE has some of the best customer service that I have experienced, they are very fast in responding to any emails with questions that I had. I am not employed or I am being compensated by UE for this review, this review is based on my opinions and all the photos were taken by me. A little about myself I don't consider myself a hard core audiophile like most people on this forum. I am 38 years old and have been into audio since I was 15, I like listening to music they way it was produced. I use in ear monitors for 8 hours a day at work, it try to use a different pair ever...
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Triple X

Not perfect, but damn close

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Pros: bass texture, subbass, instrument separation, soundstage

Cons: flimsy strain reliefs, covering pinhole changes sound

A little about Me: my taste in headphones is approximately neutral with a touch of warmth. In the past I've owned several of the class favourites, such as the Shure SE215, Ety HF5 and Klipsch X10. These headphones were a replacement for the VSonic GR07 Bass Editions I misplaced at a concert, but I thought an upgrade was in order so I splashed out. I paid £220 from amazon for them. I use triple flange deep insertion eartips, not out of the box. Sound: The first thing I should point out is that in the nozzle there are two bores, a main ~2mm bore and a ~0.2mm bore. Bear this in mind. The best thing about the sound is the bass. With the small bore open, it is deep, well textured slightly...
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Got the Shakes

Nice sounding IEM at a reasonable price

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Pros: Accessories, Soundstage, Customer service

Cons: A little light on bass

I decided to purchase the new model UE 900s instead of the UE 900 because of some build quality changes and added accessories.      Packaging - The packaging is very nice and they fit a lot into the fairly small box. Everything is quite elegant looking   Accessories - There are tons of accessories. There are many sizes of silicon and foam eartips to choose from, including spares of each one. There are 2 different headphone cables (one with a mic and 3 button, one without), a hard carrying case, and some connector cleaning gel   Build quality - What UE has promised that it has improved the build quality, and going to a more unibody design, and that has been...
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