:High-End Audio/Video; PCs, Pads and Smart phones.
I have nowise ever had anything negative to discourse concerning ANY Logitech products. Logitech's customer support being the BEST in the business, notwithstanding.
More consequentially, my new UE 9000 Wireless Headset is the BEST headset I have ever had the pleasure of listening too. I have own the best of Sony, Bose, and a few others. Logitech, none of those aforementioned--and not mentioned--did not come close to your UE 9000. You hit the ball out the stadium--pass the park vehicles--and the balling is still flying.
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Review 2 for Logitech UE 9000
Age: 18 to 24
Length Of Use: Less than a Week
Logitech | UE 9000
Date:May 16, 2013
Just the best headphones I've ever had! Though expensive, still worth buying and really brings the bond only with you and the music.
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Review 3 for Logitech UE 9000
from Minneapolis, MN
Age: 25 to 34
Length Of Use: One Week to a Month
My Beats by Dre Pro's are now on Craigslist.
Date:December 19, 2012
:iphone, computer, studio
My absolute favorite way to listen to music is through my UE-7 Pro's. But in-ears aren't always the best solution for travel, working at your computer, etc. And with the money I've invested in those, and the time it'd take to get a new set (being custom molded), I often leave them home out of fear of losing them, breaking them, etc. I save them for when I truly need them - performing with my band... So I always wanted some over-the-ear UE's, but they didn't exist.
I bought my Beats Pro's last year. They sound good in a quiet environment, but the cans are shallow, and I couldn't wear them very long before my ears would get sore. There wasn't any noise-cancellation in the Pro model either, but the 'studio' version was so bass heavy that I couldn't possibly listen through those. In addition, there was no phone capabilities, so everytime the phone would ring, I'd have to take them off. And if I was in a loud environment, I'd actually have to take them off, and put in my Apple earphones before answering. What a mess.
These 9000's sound BETTER than the Pro model in my opinion. True reproduction across several genre's, and even when you're cordless and using bluetooth, the quality is fantastic (I've tried other bluetooth headphones and the difference between using the cord and not using the cord is like going from a CD to fm radio... huge loss in quality). There is a small noticable difference with and without the cord, but the gap is SO much less than anything else out there that it's actually usable for us audiophiles out there.
Add in the phone capabilities, the noise-cancelling, and a deeper can with memory foam that is actually comfortable, and i find myself wearing these things without even noticing.
My only critical feedback is that it seems the mic on the headphones distorts easier than it should. Many times, the people I'm talking to mention that it's just a bit harder to hear. I'm sure UE will fix that in the next go-round, but definitely not something that would ever prevent me from purchasing again.
If you're in the market for the best headphones, you've found them. There's nothing better out there in my opinion.