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I desperately need a new pair of headphones and after months of research, I have singled the selection down to the Logitech UE 6000 ($139 AUD) and the Creative Aurvana Live 2 ($130 AUD). I really need some assistance with choosing between these 2 as I have no way to actually try either on from where I live. My first headphones were the Philips Citiscape Downtown and they served me well until the flat cable broke internally.

I mainly listen to classical, alternative rock (indie and art rock) and soundtrack (film and video game). I will probably use these headphones for watching movies, TV shows and some gaming.

I would like these headphones to last as long as possible (i.e 2 years+ as my last headphones lasted about 1.5 years), so if anyone could give an opinion on their durability/lifespans, that would be extremely helpful.

 

This has been bugging me for weeks, so some help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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Edited by jonoawesomeguy - 2/2/14 at 12:08am
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From what I hear, there have been some quality control issues with the CAL!2, so I'd go with the UE 6000.

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Really? Thanks for the heads up, I'll definitely take that into consideration.

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I wouldn't really choose either for classical. I had the Creative Aurvana Live! 2's and they just didn't impress me for that genre, the Sennheiser 558's however, did. Granted they are open vs closed headphone. 

 

Why are you choosing closed headphones for home use? You could get something open that will do better for gaming/ the genres you like.

 

Max budget? I'll gladly help you out.

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Thanks for your offer! I've sent you a pm.

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Originally Posted by jonoawesomeguy View Post

I desperately need a new pair of headphones and after months of research, I have singled the selection down to the Logitech UE 6000 ($139 AUD) and the Creative Aurvana Live 2 ($130 AUD). I really need some assistance with choosing between these 2 as I have no way to actually try either on from where I live. My first headphones were the Philips Citiscape Downtown and they served me well until the flat cable broke internally.
I mainly listen to classical, alternative rock (indie and art rock) and soundtrack (film and video game). I will probably use these headphones for watching movies, TV shows and some gaming.
I would like these headphones to last as long as possible (i.e 2 years+ as my last headphones lasted about 1.5 years), so if anyone could give an opinion on their durability/lifespans, that would be extremely helpful.

This has been bugging me for weeks, so some help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Hi The ue6000 has 2 big plusses.
1) has 2 sound signatures . With nc off. Balanced sound.
Nc on..bass and high boost.
2) great Logitech support. So easily last 2 years. Cables for example easily replaceable.

Downside not without its problems.
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Hi The ue6000 has 2 big plusses.
1) has 2 sound signatures . With nc off. Balanced sound.
Nc on..bass and high boost.
2) great Logitech support. So easily last 2 years. Cables for example easily replaceable.

Downside not without its problems.

Exactly, for the dual sound signiture I recommend it, I enjoyed mine for the time and it should hold it's value in case you deicde to resell! Better than the Cal 2 

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Cool, I've already ordered my UE6000 online. Should be getting them in about a week. Thanks for your help everyone! :)

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