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post #226 of 925

I did not have issue with the stock cable on the UE6000.

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post #227 of 925
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Yeah I've seen this issue come up quite often. What's the issue with the cable?
I used my own cable and had no problems with plugging it in/out of the headphone (I've read that some people have had issues taking it in/out).

 

Yeah. Just a small ID error that will prob get fixed later on.  I'll source a cable till support responds.

post #228 of 925

I had to jam my cable in with quite a bit of force for it to click.
 

post #229 of 925

I'm on the edge of ordering a pair of the UE 6000's and really the only thing that still concerns me is how much leakage there is.  I'm about 7 or 8 feet away from co-workers in a fairly quiet environment. 

 

I've used Sony MDR7506's in the past without leakage problems in the office, so how would these compare to similar Sony cans like that?  I've been using IEM's for too long and excited to try some real headphones.  Thanks for any help.

post #230 of 925
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I'm on the edge of ordering a pair of the UE 6000's and really the only thing that still concerns me is how much leakage there is.  I'm about 7 or 8 feet away from co-workers in a fairly quiet environment. 

 

I've used Sony MDR7506's in the past without leakage problems in the office, so how would these compare to similar Sony cans like that?  I've been using IEM's for too long and excited to try some real headphones.  Thanks for any help.


Asked my wife and she said she could barely hear them about 5 feet away unless at high volume.  I believe these isolate as well as any closed headphone.

post #231 of 925
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Just came in.

 


Pleaaaaaaseeeee compare it with the UE6000, comfort, sound and weight!!!!!!!!!!

post #232 of 925
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Asked my wife and she said she could barely hear them about 5 feet away unless at high volume.  I believe these isolate as well as any closed headphone.

Thank you, ordering a pair now. 

post #233 of 925

Having a problem with the UE6000 I haven't experienced with another headphone in some time- they reproduce my music in such a pleasing and enjoyable way I really can't stop listening to them.
 


Edited by Craigster75 - 10/10/12 at 6:23pm
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Having a problem with the UE6000 I haven't experienced with another headphone in some time- they reproduce my music in such a pleasing and enjoyable way I really can't stop listening to them.
 

What music?

post #235 of 925
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Having a problem with the UE6000 I haven't experienced with another headphone in some time- they reproduce my music in such a pleasing and enjoyable way I really can't stop listening to them.
 

Can you please compare them in terms of SQ with Vmoda LP2...smile.gif

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What music?


Good question- any current popular music, preferably female vocal for starters sounds better than I have heard with any headphone- Carly Rae Jepsum, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Christina Perri, Tamia, Ellie Goulding, Missy Elliot, Taylor Swift, Robyn, Pink,etc.  Also, rock from every era- from Led Zeppelin to Evanescence.  The balance of the vocal quality with the tight bass punch is fantastic.  Frankly, I bought these as something to hold me over for the M-100, now I'm thinking they will hold their own against them, but I will know for sure tomorrow once the M-100 arrives and I can listen head-to-head.  The only way these headphones could be better to my ears regardless of price is with a little more resolution.


Edited by Craigster75 - 10/10/12 at 6:39pm
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Can you please compare them in terms of SQ with Vmoda LP2...smile.gif

 

Don't those suck? confused.gif

 

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Having a problem with the UE6000 I haven't experienced with another headphone in some time- they reproduce my music in such a pleasing and enjoyable way I really can't stop listening to them.
 

 

I'm having the same problem. And what's really cool with the UE6000 is that you can crank them up and you don't experience in-your-face distortion and soundstage collapse. All that happens is that everything gets better! It makes you focus on the performances, not the recordings of the performances

post #238 of 925
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Good question- any current popular music, preferably female vocal for starters sounds better than I have heard with any headphone- Carly Rae Jepsum, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Christina Perri, Tamia, Ellie Goulding, Missy Elliot, Taylor Swift, Robyn, Pink,etc.  Also, rock from every era- from Led Zeppelin to Evanescence.  The balance of the vocal quality with the tight bass punch is fantastic.  Frankly, I bought these as something to hold me over for the M-100, now I'm thinking they will hold their own against them, but I will know for sure tomorrow once the M-100 arrived and I can listen head-to-head.
Fuuuuu I totally forgot to compare T-Swift. It's on my iPod/Clip Zip too. >.>

This sounded pretty good on the other hand.
post #239 of 925
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Fuuuuu I totally forgot to compare T-Swift. It's on my iPod/Clip Zip too. >.>
This sounded pretty good on the other hand.


Based on this sample, our taste in headphones is much closer than our musical taste, but to each his own ;)  BTW, the lack of resolution I mention actually improves poor recordings and makes them more forgiving, so even that isn't a negative.  I was anticipating the M-100 for so long, the UE6000 really blindsided me in a good way.

post #240 of 925

Try this with your new headphones, this is REAL music. L3000.gif

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIgBzX5bD3s


Edited by Towwers - 10/10/12 at 7:03pm
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