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post #331 of 948
UE6000 & UE9000 can be used wired with the included iPhone remote cable.
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post #332 of 948
PSB M4U2 or this ughhh..
post #333 of 948
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PSB M4U2 or this ughhh

UE9000 by far

post #334 of 948
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UE9000 by far

Please expound. Another reference plot would be appreciated.
post #335 of 948

I have had the UE6000 for a few weeks now. These are simply better "Beats". They are not reference headphones by any means. 

 

  • These are bass heavy headphones. Not as bad as beats but they have a very prominent thump.
  • Mids sounds incredibly good for a $200 headphone. Very clear, engaging, and articulate vocals.
  • Bass sounds Ok. Theres a lot of thump and mildly good bass quality. 
  • Tremble is disappointing. The quality of the high notes arent great. You can hear a lot of the instruments but they have no depth or quality. They sound poor
  • Comfort is AMAZING. Best pari of headphones I have worn
  • Build quality is also AMAZING. Very clean and modern looking headphones. Very very build. 

 

If you are in the market for headphones similar to beats but need better audio quality, these are your headphones. They are not for sitting at home analyzing the music. These are for on the go, i wanna have fun and dance to my music headphones. 

post #336 of 948
I would have to agree. Nowhere near reference quality and although somewhat tolerable the bass can be thumpy. Best solution so far is to use my iphone eq on bass reducer or to use a line out and amp which cleans up the bass a little
post #337 of 948
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Originally Posted by Towwers View Post

UE9000 by far

 

LOL. I doubt it.

 

 


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Originally Posted by dlami130 View Post

 

If you are in the market for headphones similar to beats but need better audio quality, these are your headphones.

 

 

Similar to Beats?!?!


Edited by Beagle - 10/13/12 at 5:21pm
post #338 of 948
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Does anyone with the UE6000/UE9000 know how well it works with non-iOS devices (the controls, mic, etc.) I'm thinking of getting the 9000 to pair with HTC One X, and possibly a laptop. Is it known which controls, if any, work?
 


None of the controls work with my Motorola Droid Razr MAXX.  It runs on Android 4.0.  It's not a big deal in my book, but I really like the cable.  It's nice and beefy.

post #339 of 948
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None of the controls work with my Motorola Droid Razr MAXX.  It runs on Android 4.0.  It's not a big deal in my book, but I really like the cable.  It's nice and beefy.


The controls work ONLY with iDEVICES. They sound even differently, for testing press and hold middle button on the remote

post #340 of 948

UE6000:

 

I have reason to believe the the impedance rating is 32 with ANC/AMP on. Higher without? What amplifiers are you guys using? Not working too well on my mac book pro unless I flip the switch.

 

(Mac pro late 2k11 supports MIC, and controls btw)

 

Also, my headphone cuts out on right channel if I "slowly" switch ANC on > off.  Anyone else experiencing that?  I already had a ticket open for my first incident, but also mentioned this after I updated it.

post #341 of 948
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UE6000:

 

I have reason to believe the the impedance rating is 32 with ANC/AMP on. Higher without? What amplifiers are you guys using? Not working too well on my mac book pro unless I flip the switch.

 

(Mac pro late 2k11 supports MIC, and controls btw)

 

Also, my headphone cuts out on right channel if I "slowly" switch ANC on > off.  Anyone else experiencing that?  I already had a ticket open for my first incident, but also mentioned this after I updated it.

 

There's like a little dead zone in the middle between on and off where I'll get no sound.  It's not a big deal in my book.

post #342 of 948

How do these compare to say the Shure SRH 840?

post #343 of 948

Despite not being that comfortable for me, I'm having a hard time bringing these UE6000's back.  Really loving how they sound, but has anyone noticed a lack of sub bass?  The mid bass is definitely pronounced and a bit overbearing at times (although this seems to be getting better with burn-in), but I'm not hearing much sub bass.  I'm not sure if that's because they don't cover my entire ear or what.  The bottom part of my ear doesn't fit inside the cup, so the pad rests on it.  I still seem to be getting a decent seal though. 

 

With that said, does anyone know of some similar sounding cans that would give my ears a bit more room?  Beyerdynamics definitely seem like they would work for fit, but all of them appear fairly bass light.  I'm really interested in the Signature DJ's coming out and was curious on the Signature Pro's cup size vs the UE6000's, since the Signature DJ seems to use the same design as the Pros. 

post #344 of 948
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Originally Posted by bytor33 View Post

Despite not being that comfortable for me, I'm having a hard time bringing these UE6000's back.  Really loving how they sound, but has anyone noticed a lack of sub bass?  The mid bass is definitely pronounced and a bit overbearing at times (although this seems to be getting better with burn-in), but I'm not hearing much sub bass.  I'm not sure if that's because they don't cover my entire ear or what.  The bottom part of my ear doesn't fit inside the cup, so the pad rests on it.  I still seem to be getting a decent seal though. 

 

With that said, does anyone know of some similar sounding cans that would give my ears a bit more room?  Beyerdynamics definitely seem like they would work for fit, but all of them appear fairly bass light.  I'm really interested in the Signature DJ's coming out and was curious on the Signature Pro's cup size vs the UE6000's, since the Signature DJ seems to use the same design as the Pros. 


The upcoming AKG Tiesto K267 may be an option for you since the cups seem large and sub bass is adjustable.  I have no idea how they will sound overall.

post #345 of 948
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The upcoming AKG Tiesto K267 may be an option for you since the cups seem large and sub bass is adjustable.  I have no idea how they will sound overall.

 

Here's my best guess:

 

Don't cross your fingers

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