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post #481 of 936

but thats a wired model though? only want wireless :)

post #482 of 936

I was really considering the UE6000 until I saw this link

http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/32420/~/replacement-ear-pads-for-the-logitech-ue-6000

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Can I purchase a spare or replacement ear pad for my headphones?

Logitech UE 6000
Model Number:
A-00045 (Headphones)

You can't remove the ear pads on the UE 6000. Doing so can affect the sound quality of your headphones. Replacement ear pads are not available.

 

I wonder if that means the ear pads cannot be removed at all, or only Logitech service center can do it...

post #483 of 936
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Will the UE6000 be good for gaming? I heard somewhere that its soundstage was good. I wont be doing competitive gaming, only casual gaming so it needs to be immersive, which requires a lot of bass and a good soundstage for me. I read that the bass is really good, but will the soundstage be enough for gaming?

It's better than actual gaming headsets that cost more.

 

Soundstage is very wide.  And the bass thumps nicely with explosions.

 

I would love to find a way to make it wireless though.  I can't recomend the UE9000's bluetooth.  It sounds awesome, but the delay makes it not ideal for competitive gaming

post #484 of 936
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It's better than actual gaming headsets that cost more.

 

Soundstage is very wide.  And the bass thumps nicely with explosions.

 

I would love to find a way to make it wireless though.  I can't recomend the UE9000's bluetooth.  It sounds awesome, but the delay makes it not ideal for competitive gaming

Will they be good for competitive gaming?

post #485 of 936
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It's better than actual gaming headsets that cost more.

 

Soundstage is very wide.  And the bass thumps nicely with explosions.

 

I would love to find a way to make it wireless though.  I can't recomend the UE9000's bluetooth.  It sounds awesome, but the delay makes it not ideal for competitive gaming

That's good to hear, that was one of the things I was worried about, but I guess they will be great for gaming.

 

Can anyone here make a comparison between the UE6000 and the Beyer DT1350?

post #486 of 936
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1 3/8" wide x 2 1/4" high.I have worn both.  I can only conclude Momentum's earpads were intentionally designed to be so small as they are significantly smaller than any other self-titled circumaural headphone.  The UE6000 earpad is true circumaural size, similar to other circumaural headphones.  I consider myself to have above average sized ears and the UE6000 is a great fit with even a little room.  Also, the oval shape provides a much better seal and more comfort than fully round pads IMO.

My ears are 7 cm tall so they won't fit inside unfortunately. Do they have more space inside? I remember that the bose headphone at the best buy display had a pretty small pad diameter, but the was more space inside the cup which let my ear fit perfectly.

post #487 of 936
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Will they be good for competitive gaming?

Could be.  Not sure how the mic would work though. I cant think of how I can get the mic to work with Xbox Live

post #488 of 936

You guys gotta try these with NC on to check out some movies. THX anyone? lol.. Sounds great for movie viewing.

post #489 of 936
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You guys gotta try these with NC on to check out some movies. THX anyone? lol.. Sounds great for movie viewing.

Does it sound better with or without NC?

post #490 of 936

Much more cinematic with it on imo. You have to have that bass rumble for explosions/ bullets n such.. Great fun with movie watching. I suppose if your watching a non action movie or documentary it wouldn't matter as much but with it on it sounds like my entertainment center at my house. Try it out with a good action movie. Highly recommended. .

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Much more cinematic with it on imo. You have to have that bass rumble for explosions/ bullets n such.. Great fun with movie watching. I suppose if your watching a non action movie or documentary it wouldn't matter as much but with it on it sounds like my entertainment center at my house. Try it out with a good action movie. Highly recommended. .

OH, so it's an amp as well, not just NC?

post #492 of 936

Oh yea the 2 AAA batteries in the housing is for an AMP not for actual NC per se. It amps the sound. It amps all freq up a good 3 to 5 db in sound. Especially in the bass end and treble. A blast for bass heavy tunes and in my case movie watching as well. I was laughing first time I turned it on. I thought it would cancel noise. It does so by amping your sound is what does.

post #493 of 936
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Oh yea the 2 AAA batteries in the housing is for an AMP not for actual NC per se. It amps the sound. It amps all freq up a good 3 to 5 db in sound. Especially in the bass end and treble. A blast for bass heavy tunes and in my case movie watching as well. I was laughing first time I turned it on. I thought it would cancel noise. It does so by amping your sound is what does.

Does using the built-in headphone amp through an external amp/dac distort the sound?

post #494 of 936

I haven't experienced any type of distortion. Using my Bravo Ocean. Sounds great.

post #495 of 936
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I haven't experienced any type of distortion. Using my Bravo Ocean. Sounds great.

Awesome!!! Sounds greats!!! Thanks for the insight.

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