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post #406 of 948
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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post

I read that you can turn off the switch and play the 6000s in passive mode yet I get no sound out of mine with the switch off. Any trick to doing this?

 

Hmm. That sounds strange. Your volume will be lowered and your sound will be much better balanced but silence? You try throwing your cans on another source?

post #407 of 948
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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post

I read that you can turn off the switch and play the 6000s in passive mode yet I get no sound out of mine with the switch off. Any trick to doing this?

Just press towards passive mode hard until you hear sound.  I've noticed the switch can be touchy.  

post #408 of 948
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

Hmm. That sounds strange. Your volume will be lowered and your sound will be much better balanced but silence? You try throwing your cans on another source?

Ended up taking the batteries out and then reinserting them and now they work as I would expect. Flip the switch and it they still work. Must have been a fluke of some sort.

Damn these things are pretty awesome.
post #409 of 948

lol, they sound so much better in passive mode.
 

post #410 of 948
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Originally Posted by JohannLiebert View Post

lol, they sound so much better in passive mode.
 

 

Yeah they do, however, they are not very sensitive, thus I feel like I need my iPod turned up too loud!  After hooking it up to my e11, you're right...much better in passive than powered.

post #411 of 948

I'm really enjoying the UE9000 in passive mode.  I am willing to go and say it's almost a Denon D7000, just not as refined, but it's close.

 

Mike

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post #412 of 948
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Originally Posted by HiFiGuy528 View Post

I'm really enjoying the UE9000 in passive mode.  I am willing to go and say it's almost a Denon D7000, just not as refined, but it's close.

 

Mike


Isn't the treble much further extended on the D7000?

post #413 of 948
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Originally Posted by DarthUnnamed View Post

How are the UE9000's to the He-400's? Do they need an amp/dac? I plan on using an e17 with either the he-400's or these

Anyone compare them yet?

post #414 of 948
Is their a difference in sound if using a AMP wired or no?
post #415 of 948
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Isn't the treble much further extended on the D7000?

That's what I was thinking.

post #416 of 948

I have the D7000 and imo it sounds completely different from the UE6000...a lot more highs and the bass is different as well (I don't no how to describe it)

post #417 of 948

just a quick question, How does the UE 6000 sound against an AKG k490NC? i have UE 6000 based on all your awesome reviews =) but im just curious 

 

JonaYO

post #418 of 948
Called Apple in 5th ave Grand Central, and Soho. None of them have the UE 9000 or 6000. where can i get them.?
post #419 of 948
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Originally Posted by MRiNiCK View Post

Called Apple in 5th ave Grand Central, and Soho. None of them have the UE 9000 or 6000. where can i get them.?

 

Logitech's web site?

 

http://ue.logitech.com/en-us/headphones/ue6000

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post #420 of 948

I found my 6000s at Best Buy.  They also had the 4000s, but NO 9000s.

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