I've owned UE700s for about a year and a half. Back in June, Logitech replaced my original pair, because I lost all audio in one ear (may have been a cable problem). Now I'm faced with another warranty replacement. I last used them on a run a week or two ago, and they were getting sweaty & slipping out. After the run, I put them away in their case. Last night, I went to use them, and there was no bass. My guess is that sweat got inside and somehow damaged them. I left them out overnight (as per the recommendation on the Logitech site), with no success. I called them today, and they were willing to replace them, but they don't have the 700s anymore... they were willing to replace them with the UE600s. I know that the 600s are single driver vs the dual driver 700s, so I'm not too happy about that deal. But, I figure something is better than nothing. After I hung up with them, I thought I'd try putting them in a bowl of rice (like what you would do if your phone got wet). So I guess my question is two-fold: will the rice trick (or anything else) work to save them? If not, does anyone have a suggestion for getting something better than the 600s out of Logitech? (It seemed there may have been a bit of a language barrier with the CSR today, so I didn't push it over the phone).
(Side note: I wound up with the 700s after my Super.fi 3s died. Logitech offered me 50% off a purchase in their online store... so I went with the 700s over something else.)