Reviews and Problems with Logitech Ultimate Ears 350vi
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Logitech Ultimate Ears 350vi Noise-Isolating Headset run heavy on bass
14 August 2012
Excerpt: (1 items) Ultimate Ears is one of the veterans of the in-ear headphone industry, having helped popularize (or, in some cases, created) product categories such as custom-fit in-ear monitors, universal fit in-ear canal headphones (also known as canalphones), and “canalbuds,” which are a hybrid between earbuds and canalphones.
Excerpt: When you consider everything it has launched over the past 5 years, Ultimate Ears has produced a dizzying array of earphone models, though it’s now consolidating its universal fit lineup around two types of models: standard, numbered versions, and “vi” versions with integrated Apple three-button remote controls and microphones.
Conclusion: The Ultimate Ears 350vi’s $79.95 price tag makes it an attractive buy, especially given its three-button remote and headset functionality. However, the 350vi’s domineering bass makes it difficult for me to recommend it for many listeners. Still, overall audio performance is good for the price, and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this model to fans of big bass who listen to hip-hop, dance, or electronic music and are looking for thumping, club-like bass.