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yeh i think thats the gist of it to be honest. i mean you have to remember Ultimate Ears started off relatively small and so you can imagine the expertise that was hired to engineer their highest quality in ear monitors, it wasnt any old tom dick and harry thats for sure, logitech is obviously much more a worldwide brand in which headphones is not all they produce and will be producing these earphones at a much larger and quicker rate. i dont imagine somebody at the head of logitech deliberately hiring a select few people who have expertise in this regard to design and produce these monitors for example. this is the impression that is given when its clear not enough testing time has been given.

 

then again i could be completely wrong. which would be suprising.

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Its definitely driver flex that I'm experiencing, switching cabels dose not work and I'm very familiar with the cutting in and out and getting sweat in the driver and this is not that. My warrenty is about to expire and I don't think logetech even have any 900 to replace with
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I just got the UE 900's. Because of their low profile when they are inserted I don't have the same ear fatigue I got from other IEMS. Moreover, I can listen when lying in bed with my head turned to the side on the pillow and I have no discomfort with the UE900's in my ear

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Some major chain electronic stores in Hong Kong, at least Broadway, are selling UE900 (should be UE900 but not UE900s, but i didn't observe clearly) at HKD 2199 which is approx USD250. Only that as fellow head-fiers point out if they are broken you might be forced to get some Logitech stuff you don't want as replacement under warranty... :(

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Can anyone recommend the best tips for a good seal with these?  I just tried using the stock rubber eartips, but not fitted over the rib, and the insertion is deeper and this is the first time I have had a good seal with these.  The bass is finally where I want it to be.

 

Are there longer tips that will let me run them over the rib and still get the deep insertion?


BTW, why do people in this thread reference Comply T 500 when the Comply website specifically asks for T 200?

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Just posted my detailed review of the refreshed UE900s with a TON of close up pictures: http://www.head-fi.org/products/logitech-ue-900/reviews/11516

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Just posted my detailed review of the refreshed UE900s with a TON of close up pictures: http://www.head-fi.org/products/logitech-ue-900/reviews/11516

No more any "Logitech" logo on the box? Like it.

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No more any "Logitech" logo on the box? Like it.


That's right!  Btw, as everybody probably already aware, UE900s and CIEM are their own remaining earphone offering.  Everything else has been canned.

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