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Had a question regarding UE6000

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

Hello

I'm soon going to order the logitech ue 6000 from Amazon. I read alot of reviews about them and all were positive. I'm choosing this over the skullcandy crushers and the sol republic tracks HD.

But I had one question about them. Can we use a different wire with the headset? Like replacing the blue wire which comes with another normal Aux wire. I read that the mic buttons are not supported on Android, except the play/pause button. And I also wanted to know does the mic works with Android devices for phone calls too? I use a Nexus 4.

post #2 of 8

Yes you can replace the cable.

 

The mic buttons work and the mic itself should work. The only reason why the volume up and down doesnt work is because android doesnt support them. The buttons that are supported by android (play pause) should work.

post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 
Oh okay
And do you have any idea about amazon's international shipping? I'm thinking of ordering from there as the one's in india are expensive.
Would I have to pay anything else except the cost of the headphones? The shipping is free.
I've never ordered anything by international shipping,,so I wondered.
post #4 of 8
Sorry i have no idea how international amazon shipping works :/
post #5 of 8
Thread Starter 

I did a bit of research. The UE 6000's are getting out of my budget after checking the shipping, etc. Have you tried the skullcandy crushers? If yes then how're they? I need a decent portable headphones. Budget is around 100$.

post #6 of 8
Id stay away from them... Not particularly comfortable and not great sounding.

Will you be ordering from US and shipping it to india?
post #7 of 8
Thread Starter 

Most probably no. I'll mostly buy ones which are available in here, either in my city or most probably online. Which ones would you recommend?

And I don't want in-ears. Don't find em comfortable :p

post #8 of 8
Around 100, UE 6000 is the most obvious choice. Vmoda m80 if u can get it used is an option as well. Also look into onkyo headphones. See if they suite your needs
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