harsh dude, I'm guessing no insurance to cover it?
now you've got to find a suitably small flammable boat and give them a viking burial. Few headphones go out by losing a fight with a car.
Until I saw the bent faceplate (and read the post), I thought your UE 900 came apart due to QC issues :p That really does suck though :( I'm sorry to see that happen, the 900s are a great sounding IEM.
Email them and ask them if they can replace it for a price. Wouldn't hurt to try IMO. The worst that can happen is that they'll say no :p
Are the parts still viable for a reshell?
Is anyone here having connection issues with the UE900 blue cable on the right side? it is an on/off thing for me... the sound get cuts off every now & then... i do use the black wire but nothing beats the convienence of having a mic on the blue... especially i notice the sound is much better compared to the black! Should i change to aftermarket cable? Or clean it? It is only 2 weeks old
I had the same problem, I think it's pretty common. Logitech said it was faulty and they'd replace it, but I would have to go through where I bought them from. All you need is some DeoxIT, mine work perfectly after cleaning/coating them with this stuff!
Comply sent me some of the S400s, but they seem even bigger, they don't even stay on?! Just slide straight off.
Might try the nail polish idea!
I left my UE700s in Cabo recently and got the UE900s to replace them this week; having access to 50% off of Logitech products makes it a no-brainer :)
I will be pairing them primarily with my iPhone 5 and was wondering if using the Accudio Pro app with the UE900 profile and simulation mode of Hi-Fi (FLAT, recommended) be the ideal way to enjoy my new headphones? Or would I be better served using the stock music player (with EQ settings)? I also installed the Bongiovi DPS app and it has an UltimateEars HiFi3 headphoen profile but I haven't checked it out too much yet.
This "hi-fi" stuff is still over my head, but would appreciate any input.