Excerpt: Whereas $400 is entering the upper end of universal in-ear products where a few stand out models dominate, the over/on-the-ear headphone segment is chock full of competition, not to mention, plenty of great sounding hardware. That said, there can also be awesome sound quality had for less, too. So what exactly makes Logitech UE’s 9000 headphones worth your hard earned cash and worthy of putting out just a little extra?
Excerpt: In typical fashion, we've saved the best for last. How do a $400 pair of headphones sound you ask? Are you sitting down for this? Like a pair of $200 headphones, or to be more specific, these sound just like the UE 6000 meaning exemplary sound quality with one improved exception. And that is the low-end performance.
Logitech UE 9000 Bluetooth and noise-cancelling headphones review
29 April 2013
Excerpt: In recent years, Logitech has transformed itself from being a purely PC peripheral company, selling keyboards, mice, and PC headsets, into an all-aspects entertainment brand. The keyboards and mice are still prominent, but they’re joined by iPad and iPhone accessories like the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover, remote controls like the Harmony Touch, and high-quality headphones under the Ultimate Ears brand.
Very well constructed, Plenty of detail across all frequencies
Mediocre active noise cancelling, Minimal headband padding, High price
Conclusion: The Logitech UE 9000 wireless headphones have a richer feature set than just about any other set of cans on the market. Features include Bluetooth wireless, noise cancellation, integrated microphones and even an integrated amplifier. All these extra bits and bobs send the price sky high though, and the fidelity of the sound can’t match the best at £300. However, switch on the internal amp and they offer some of the most exciting bass of any headphones.
Pros: Utterly fantastic sub bass with amp engaged, Fun, clear sound, Immensely feature-rich, Good sound isolation
Cons: Expensive, Boosted sub-bass not for audio purists, Noise cancellation is mediocre
These headphones have Bluetooth and active noise-cancelling built in
Good Gear Guide.au
26 February 2013
Summary: Logitech’s UE 9000 headphones combine Bluetooth with active noise cancelling, letting you pair your smartphone wirelessly as you block out outside noise. The headphones are well built, and sound good, but they’re expensive.
Pros: Very well constructed, Plenty of detail across all frequencies
Cons: Mediocre active noise cancelling, Minimal headband padding, High price
Excerpt: Well, you can’t say the designers were having an off-day when they came up with these. The Logitech UE 9000 s’ solid build and smart blue accents are a quality proposition, and they feel nice and comfortable on the ears. They’re a little on the heavy side, however.
Pros: Great energy, Bluetooth, Lovely design, Comfortable
Cons: Energy can mask detail and flatten dynamics, Noise-cancelling could be better
Excerpt: In recent years, Logitech has transformed itself from being a purely PC peripheral company, selling keyboards, mice, and PC headsets, into an all-aspects entertainment brand. The keyboards and mice are still prominent, but they’re joined by iPad and iPhone accessories like the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover , remote controls like the Harmony Touch , and high-quality headphones under the Ultimate Ears brand. See also Group test: what are the best headphones?
Conclusion: If you're looking for a solid wireless Bluetooth stereo headphone pair, but £299 is more than you want to spend, the good news is you have a multitude of options – but they won't all be as powerful as the UE 9000. In the big-bass-for-less-money department, the aforementioned Beats by Dr Dre Wireless has a more exaggerated sound signature and isn't as comfortable, but it costs significantly less.
Pros: Powerful audio performance, Deep bass and no distortion, Wired playback capability, Cable has three button remote and mic
Cons: Occasional noise glitch in wireless mode, Overpriced
Summary: Logitech UE 9000 $ 450 *** ** При создании этой модели дизайнеры Logitech определенно не отвлекались по пустякам. Прочная конструкция и продуманные синие акценты создают приятное впечатление; UE 9000 удобны (хотя и тяжеловаты). Помимо весьма эффективной технологии шумоподавления, эта модель также поддерживает Bluetooth - это порадует тех, кому в дороге мешают кабели. При проводном подключении звук получается живым, веселым и энергичным.