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Originally Posted by DrSheep View Post

Just go to the for sale section of the forum.

Hey might not have the credentials to do that. Aren't there requirements to post in the for sale section?
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Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post


Hey might not have the credentials to do that. Aren't there requirements to post in the for sale section?

30 days and 15 posts. I have posted them to amazon for $392. If they haven't sold by 30 days I may try that

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Originally Posted by Couthos View Post

30 days and 15 posts. I have posted them to amazon for $392. If they haven't sold by 30 days I may try that

I would lower the price. You can buy them new for 399 tongue.gif
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I would lower the price. You can buy them new for 399 tongue.gif

They are new! Unopened sealed straight from logitech.. It's the cheapest "new" price there. Amazon is going to take a heft $40 though

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Originally Posted by Couthos View Post

They are new! Unopened sealed straight from logitech.. It's the cheapest "new" price there. Amazon is going to take a heft $40 though

Forgot about that. You still have to remember, it comes with no warranty tongue.gif
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I made a big mistake the other day while flying. Getting off the plane in Qatar to transfer I left the original box, warranty docs, receipt, hard case, and blue cable on the plane. I was a little upset, but was happy to find that I could order a new hard case from the Logitec website very easily. That is the part I was the most upset about. That case is very nice! Kudos to Logitec for making the case available separately :)

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Originally Posted by loxxrider View Post

I made a big mistake the other day while flying. Getting off the plane in Qatar to transfer I left the original box, warranty docs, receipt, hard case, and blue cable on the plane. I was a little upset, but was happy to find that I could order a new hard case from the Logitec website very easily. That is the part I was the most upset about. That case is very nice! Kudos to Logitec for making the case available separately smily_headphones1.gif

I don't see that on Logitech's site? Maybe a link?
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Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post


I don't see that on Logitech's site? Maybe a link?

Here's the US website. I ordered from there but wasn't sure if it was going to be the right product based on the description alone. I found another website (EU) and it confirmed that it was the right product based on the part number and picture. 

 

http://buy.logitech.com/store/logib2c/en_US/DisplayCategoryProductListPage/categoryid.60213000?resid=UVw4PAoHAtQAABVP@WMAAABi&rests=1365066728227

 

http://www.logitech.com/en-ch/promotions/6423

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Originally Posted by loxxrider View Post

Here's the US website. I ordered from there but wasn't sure if it was going to be the right product based on the description alone. I found another website (EU) and it confirmed that it was the right product based on the part number and picture. 

http://buy.logitech.com/store/logib2c/en_US/DisplayCategoryProductListPage/categoryid.60213000?resid=UVw4PAoHAtQAABVP@WMAAABi&rests=1365066728227


http://www.logitech.com/en-ch/promotions/6423

Thanks.
post #1825 of 3803

I'm liking these more and more with every minute of listening. I listen to a wide variety of genres; EDM makes up a huge part of my playlist. I find these do fairly well with that even though they are relatively flat. I've found that they are a real treat with orchestral music though. For me, it seems that is where they are truly shining the most!
 

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Hello,

 

I just got my ue900. however, it seems like to be a little muddy, especially on vocals. Will it be fixed after burn-in process? does any have the same problem?

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they are BAs so they dont experience burn in like dynamics, probably just need your brain to adjust to its sound signature

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I have a westone 4 too. Probably, it comes muddy to me after w4.. So should be patient in order to adjust ...

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Originally Posted by portnoy83 View Post

I have a westone 4 too. Probably, it comes muddy to me after w4.. So should be patient in order to adjust ...

Just burn it in a little and it should be fine.

post #1830 of 3803
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Originally Posted by portnoy83 View Post

Hello,

I just got my ue900. however, it seems like to be a little muddy, especially on vocals. Will it be fixed after burn-in process? does any have the same problem?

I'm unsure if the drivers burn in, but the pinhole bore does get filled with time (unless you're the type that cleans your ears nightly). You can try covering up the pinhole bore to see what it'll sound like in the long run. Regular burn in will make the minimal difference in contrast to what happens with the pinhole nozzle.
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Originally Posted by Eddie C View Post

they are BAs so they dont experience burn in like dynamics, probably just need your brain to adjust to its sound signature

I'm not sure I agree with this statement. Either way, I don't want to turn it into that conversation. You're free to believe what you want, but there really is no proof going either direction for burn in, especially with BAs (which have close to no data).
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