Edited by lukEM22 - 7/27/13 at 12:52pm
I recently purchased a preowned UE 6000 at ebay, but one thing i have noticed upon use is the 3.5mm jack socket outlet is a bit loose every time i turn my head from left to right the music turns on and off.
i already tried to change the cable but it still the same.
any suggestion to fix this issue?
WOW, I was listening to these for a few days without the cable plugged in all the way. Sounded like garbage and the bass was all in my left ear. I was about to return them tomorrow before I found this thread. Enjoying them quite a bit now XD
Thanks for the advice samandhi, it works! ...whew! i am about to sell this but its now working properly.
Again thank you so much
Ue 6000 is not perfect, but its one of the headphones that matches my personal preference and i really like this so much! this headphone is amazing! whatever different music genra's i play with them its all so good!..so versatile.
This is one is the best headphone ive heard under the $300 price range category.
I AGREE. I wish these where out when I got my XB 700 a few years ago :[ that said
I paid $89 FOR THEM YEA BOI, that said I think for $130 [the price now] they are worth it. As the "bass Switch" is a nice feature. With the Active Noise Canceling Ciruit Off, these are very balanced but, they lack the details and finesse of headphones like the Shure 840, Sound Magic HP 100 and AKG K550
How ever, because they have that BASS BOOSTING Active Noise Cancelling Switch [or amp or what ever] for $130 I think they are a REAL winner! Balanced when you need it, and when you want some BASS they can BRING some bass. And I do like the bass, for Hop Hop it's great! Much smoother and cleaner than my old XB 700 which also cost me $87 when I got them.
That said consider me a fan, except I didn't buy these for me :[. I'm waiting on a D2k to get to me