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post #166 of 925
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Originally Posted by lubczyk View Post

@Tyll Hertsens

 

All of my Logitech webcams/mice/headsets/flight sticks went the way of the dodo, so I wouldn't be surprised if the same was true with their headphones

 

I'm not a Microsoft fanboy by any means, but I've had far fewer issues with Microsoft headsets with those of Logitech.


When was this quote posted?  I would imagine it was PRIOR to his glowing review of the new UE line.

post #167 of 925
I tried the pushing and twisting but I never hear a click or a feeling that it's secure. I tried the cable from v-moda and it's the same the jack doesnt go fully in. Such a waste because I actually like the SQ of these. I can't have it falling out on me like that. Even beats lock their jack in. This is disappointing on UE's side
post #168 of 925
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Originally Posted by supracrazy_tommy View Post

I tried the pushing and twisting but I never hear a click or a feeling that it's secure. I tried the cable from v-moda and it's the same the jack doesnt go fully in. Such a waste because I actually like the SQ of these. I can't have it falling out on me like that. Even beats lock their jack in. This is disappointing on UE's side


I just clicked mine in and out several times, you may have a bad unit.  I have a solid, secure fit with a confirmed click.

 

Silly question, but are you plugging in the end with the 3-button remote closest into the headphone?


Edited by Craigster75 - 10/8/12 at 3:42pm
post #169 of 925
Yeah I am sticking the end with the straight plug into the headphone. Dang this has to be defective unit than. Craig are these ur fav portable headphones now?
post #170 of 925
If you look at the plug to your headphones. Can you see the gold plate from the plug, if you look from all the way around
post #171 of 925
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Yeah I am sticking the end with the straight plug into the headphone. Dang this has to be defective unit than. Craig are these ur fav portable headphones now?


yes

post #172 of 925
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Originally Posted by supracrazy_tommy View Post

If you look at the plug to your headphones. Can you see the gold plate from the plug, if you look from all the way around


No, sounds like your plug needs to go in further.  I have blue plastic from the plug inside the black of the headphone, no gold plate.

post #173 of 925
It just wouldn't go any further. I returned them and got another thankfully this one plugs all the way in. Craig did u let it burn in?
post #174 of 925
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Originally Posted by supracrazy_tommy View Post

It just wouldn't go any further. I returned them and got another thankfully this one plugs all the way in. Craig did u let it burn in?


These have not changed at all from out of the box until now, well maybe slight improved bass impact.  For me, no need for burn-in on these, go for it!

post #175 of 925
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Originally Posted by Craigster75 View Post


When was this quote posted?  I would imagine it was PRIOR to his glowing review of the new UE line.

I just posted this now. I'm not a fan of Logitech products due to QC issues over the years. I'm skeptical of Ultimate Ears QC. Same way that I'm skeptical of Astro gaming products due to their parent company being Skullcandy.


Edited by lubczyk - 10/8/12 at 6:02pm
post #176 of 925

Logitech has a quite a few products being manufactured by in the same factories Microsoft utilizes (since you referenced) ^^

 

QC is typically lower for high volume factories since they push much more product than competition, though support is generally better as they don't loose much resupplying you with an item if anything goes wrong. Infact a lot of the times, you're paying for the production cost of 2-3 items when you purchase a "product".


Edited by Skylit - 10/8/12 at 6:21pm
post #177 of 925

It seems to me their pricing is very fair given the competition. But I do worry about quality issues. 

 

Listening to a measured good UE4000 now...very good as well...very good for $100.

 

Never heard a Microsoft headphone that sounded any good.

post #178 of 925
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Originally Posted by Tyll Hertsens View Post

It seems to me their pricing is very fair given the competition. But I do worry about quality issues. 

 

Listening to a measured good UE4000 now...very good as well...very good for $100.

 

Never heard a Microsoft headphone that sounded any good.

Hi tyll! I was wondering, you prefer the UE6000 over the Amperior???? I've read a couple of people saying that the UE6000 is better. I was about to buy the amperior.... But reading all these god reviews... Maybe ill buy the Ue6000 instead... AHHHH I want to be rich and buy all the headphones  IN THE WORLD!!!!!

post #179 of 925
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Originally Posted by Tyll Hertsens View Post

It seems to me their pricing is very fair given the competition. But I do worry about quality issues. 

 

Listening to a measured good UE4000 now...very good as well...very good for $100.

 

Never heard a Microsoft headphone that sounded any good.

What brand mice do you use on your PCs?

post #180 of 925
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Originally Posted by lubczyk View Post

What brand mice do you use on your PCs?

 

How perfectly off topic and fitting to ask such a question.

 

I know this wasn't directed at me, but what are you implying?

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