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post #4216 of 4253
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Originally Posted by shacky View Post

So I decided to play around with the 900S tips. Tried a smaller size soft rubber tip - and wow night and day difference! I kept going larger trying to get better isolation/seal the it struck me to go smaller.

I immediately felt the telltale "vacuum" for better word. I have been disappointed in bass. They are still not bass head OEM's but boy what wonderfully detailed and extended bass!!!

What do you mean by this? Using smaller tips for a deeper fit?

post #4217 of 4253
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Originally Posted by smy1 View Post
 

i dont know if i should buy the ue900s on amazon. I want something silky smooth mids and i heard they send out ue900 instead of the ue900s

 

I hate dull boring sound on my re 400 and i heard these and the re 400 sounds kinda the same

I had both. UE900 is a bit more emotional, but still more suited to analytical listening. The UE900s are too expensive for what they offer, though. 200-250 bucks would be a great price.

post #4218 of 4253
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Originally Posted by Greutel View Post
 

I had both. UE900 is a bit more emotional, but still more suited to analytical listening. The UE900s are too expensive for what they offer, though. 200-250 bucks would be a great price.

http://www.accessoryjack.com/logitech-ultimate-ears-ue900s-noise-isolating-in-ear-monitor-headphone-for-iphone-ipad-blue.html

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Originally Posted by Criss969 View Post

What do you mean by this? Using smaller tips for a deeper fit?

Deeper and better seal. I had been trying to force larger size in thinking it wold be better. I still get better isolation with Shure but I realize it was counterintuitive going larger tip for better fit with UE's. I can feel the vacuum/seal now when I insert them. And the softer rubber seems to do the trick - I'm not using the foam tips.
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Originally Posted by JacobHansen View Post
 

damn mine just broke :( hope I can get them replaced.

 

What exactly is broken?

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Originally Posted by blackhawk2k View Post
 

 

What exactly is broken?

 

Cable is still intact though, so could probably clue the housing back together. This is the original non unibody version of the UE900.

post #4223 of 4253
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Originally Posted by JacobHansen View Post
 

 

Cable is still intact though, so could probably clue the housing back together. This is the original non unibody version of the UE900.

Oh no! I'm sorry to see this has happened to you. I really hope you can fix it!!

post #4224 of 4253

I think it's possible to simply glue it back together as long as the small cable hasn't been damaged.

My used UE900 look like they were fixed this way before i bought them. Sound is great so i don't care.

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Anyone know if Comply makes P-Series tips for UE 900S?
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Originally Posted by shacky View Post

Anyone know if Comply makes P-Series tips for UE 900S?
Think only the 200 series fits but maybe best to drop them an email just to check. They're pretty quick with their replies.
post #4227 of 4253
Comply confirmed P Series not available for UE
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Do you guys recommend these? I mainly listen to top hits and I also like some bass. I have used the se215s and they were good but I just wabt to try something new and have an upgrade. Something priced simular to the ue900 would be ideal. Less would be nice
post #4229 of 4253

UE900 is great, but makes a huge step towards a balanced signature from your se215, but it still has much bass :)

post #4230 of 4253
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Originally Posted by Greutel View Post

UE900 is great, but makes a huge step towards a balanced signature from your se215, but it still has much bass smily_headphones1.gif

Would you say a balanced signature is enjoyable to listen to?
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