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Logitech UE Headphones

post #1 of 9
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Have you seen this?

http://ue.logitech.com/en-roeu/headphones

Looks good, but I have never heard a Logitech headphone, I wonder how they sound ?
post #2 of 9

The only one that would seem like a good bargain is the UE 4000...others...nah...simply because of price...$200 can be used for a much better set of headphones.

 

The $100 might be a good on ear headphone if the sound quality is really good.  Build quality seems all plastic and the headband doesn't look that comfortable...looks along the lines of a Beats headband padding...not good.

 

I'm just going to wait for general consensus on this product.

post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by alpha10 View Post

Have you seen this?
http://ue.logitech.com/en-roeu/headphones
Looks good, but I have never heard a Logitech headphone, I wonder how they sound ?

 

I was surprised by how much I liked the 9000 for the few minutes I tried them.

post #4 of 9
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Originally Posted by MrBeggar View Post

The only one that would seem like a good bargain is the UE 4000...others...nah...simply because of price...$200 can be used for a much better set of headphones.

 

The $100 might be a good on ear headphone if the sound quality is really good.  Build quality seems all plastic and the headband doesn't look that comfortable...looks along the lines of a Beats headband padding...not good.

 

I'm just going to wait for general consensus on this product.

How can you make the assumption that $200 can be used for a better set of headphones if you've never heard them?? For all we know they could be BETTER than headphones that cost $300.

post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

How can you make the assumption that $200 can be used for a better set of headphones if you've never heard them?? For all we know they could be BETTER than headphones that cost $300.

 

Really? 

wow i'd like to see your impressions soon. wink.gif

post #6 of 9
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Originally Posted by fabio-fi View Post

 

Really? 

wow i'd like to see your impressions soon. wink.gif

Dont have any impressions. I just hate when people assume things. One of my major pet peeves.

post #7 of 9

they are interesting... but ummm noise cancelling and bluetooth? I hope they did not justifies the prices on those features instead of the sound..

post #8 of 9

They also can be used with an analog cable, but I haven't heard them yet in that context.

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Originally Posted by The Monkey View Post

They also can be used with an analog cable, but I haven't heard them yet in that context.

 

yea but with that aside, most of the nc or bt headphones are expensive and not that great in sound.. only a few that can managed to achieve success (senn rs220, mm450, psb m4u, polk) where some failed (beats studio, some bose's and hundreds other lol)... that left me thinking that all the expensive pricing is caused by the featured technology and not the sound. although it is still yet to be known how they will perform, I'm just hoping the sound is worth the price. and the price is not only based on the technology alone.

 

 

cheers,

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