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A good consequence of the Logitech acquisition of UE

post #1 of 13
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I never thought I'd see it but some major store retailers over here are stocking UE!

Ok sure, it's marketed as 'Logitech Ultimate Ears' and it's the 'loud enough' series of in-ears but it's good to see nonetheless.

Pleasently surprised
post #2 of 13
Yeap, Metro.Fi 100 for NZD60. Are these any good, anyway?
post #3 of 13
remember for those interested in the super.fi 3, antec lansing sells them rebranded that can be found at a much cheaper price. i dont remember the model number tho but its really obvious that it is a UE moment you see it
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remember for those interested in the super.fi 3, antec lansing sells them rebranded that can be found at a much cheaper price. i dont remember the model number tho but its really obvious that it is a UE moment you see it
Altec Lansing UHP336
post #5 of 13
shame the people who designs UE headphones have never seen human ears, i am mighty disapointed with my triple.fi
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shame the people who designs UE headphones have never seen human ears, i am mighty disapointed with my triple.fi
On the country, I think Jerry Harvey had done a fine job on TF10.
post #7 of 13
TF10 is a fine iem and is not badly designed it can just be uncomfortable to some and they don't like it sticking out. But the design is fine
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TF10 is a fine iem and is not badly designed it can just be uncomfortable to some and they don't like it sticking out. But the design is fine
I gotta call personal preference on that.
post #9 of 13
Comfort!? My TF10s couldn't even stay inside my ear while I lay on bed. Garbage.
post #10 of 13
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Yeap, Metro.Fi 100 for NZD60. Are these any good, anyway?
This page = yay.
Ok sure, some are a tad overpiced, but what do you expect from Dick Smith?

ultimate ears

Good to see top quality products readily avaliable to the non-audiophile public
post #11 of 13
Well, almost every audio gears in AUS/NZ are overpriced anyway
post #12 of 13
Make that almost everything you can buy Well it is if you compare to some place in asia like Hong Kong or Beijing. I always cringe when i look at the prices in aus
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This page = yay.
Ok sure, some are a tad overpiced, but what do you expect from Dick Smith?

ultimate ears

Good to see top quality products readily avaliable to the non-audiophile public
And that's why I head to pricespy.co.nz first.
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