Summary: I tested every pair on display at the store and for the money I thought this was a great pair of headphones for the price however the first pair out of the box didnt work right changed the batterys same problem back to the store for this set of headphones
Worth buying on a bargain, otherwise save your money for something better
1 September 2014
Summary: I've had these headphones for about 8 months. In a nutshell, I like them, but am also disappointed. The bad: - Noise cancelling doesn't cancel noise very well. I get the impression that it raises the volume and increases the bass, but in the end you'll hear less noise, especially because the headphones are well isolated. - Noise cancelling stopped working after ~6 months. Turning on the switch for noise cancelling no longer has any effect, it simply won't turn on.
Summary: The headphones looked beautiful and quality built. The price of 77 pounds that i paid was also awesome. The sound was clear and balanced although it lacked that something that would make them interesting and evoke the 'WOW' response. In active mode the bass and the treble were amped up but in a terrible way. The bass was becoming too loose and inaccurate and the treble a bit tiring.
Not reeeeealy audiophile, and not reeeaaly Active Noise Cancelling (ANC).
D. Taylor "random consumer", Amazon
2 February 2014
Summary: Plenty of people over at the head-fi forums rave about these, as do a good few reviewers here. I was looking for some good noise-isolating closed-back phones, so bought these, the BeyerDynamic DT250 (80 Ohm), the Beyerdynamic DT770 pro (32 ohm). I also already have access to Sennheiser HD565 Ovation, Beyerdynamic DT235, and even Grado GS1000. I tested these back-to-back through a headphone amplifier, and was able to swap out cables with other ones I was buying.
Summary: I've always loved logitech speakers so was rather excited to try this out. But..the headphones really didn't blow me away. I own a Sennheiser PX-200, and to me, that offers more clarity than this pair of headphones. I really care about the vocals in a song rather than the bass or whatsoever, so to be honest, I felt rather disappointed by this pair of headphones. I also felt the music played through this pair of headphones was rather soft.
Nicer classy alternative to dre/Beats headphones - not for me though
Ibraar 'Le Saracen' "le_saracen", Amazon
18 March 2013
Summary: A lovely, nay, Gorgeous set of Headphones by Logitech, which compete directly with the Dre/Beats type of over ear Headphone. These are geared towards the iPhone generation, the Beats/Dr Dre generation. They're iPod/Pad/Phone compatible and have the total controls for these devices. These headphones look classy, are beautifully made and feel class.
Summary: The Logitech UE 6000 come in a very well presented box. Opening the package is a great introduction to the headphones with a magnetically capped flap. In the box is a black neoprene bag with a bright blue zipper with the headphones inside; a bright blue connector cable (hence the zipper) and a small manual; written in all the languages of the earth; english comes first and lasts for all of 3 pages.
Summary: Ich habe einen over Ear Kopfhörer gesucht mit abnehmbaren Kabel (um mein langes Kabel für TV anstecken zu können) Die Kopfhörer sind sehr gut verarbeitet, sitzen sehr gut und bequem und umschließen die Ohren. Dann der Test mit meinem iPhone, MP3 Player und TV. Der Sound ist eine Enttäuschung. Er klingt blechernd, kaum Bass, die Höhen sind zu stark ausgeprägt so das es unangenehm ist in den Ohren, außerdem sind die Kopfhörer viel zu leise. 105dB sind das nicht.