Reviews and Problems with Logitech Ultimate Ears 100 / UE 100
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Ultimate Ears 100 Noise Cancelling Earphones
Sam Amulyoto, REVIEW STREAM
25 July 2014
Excerpt: I have used lots of earphones in my lifetime, primarily because I am always looking to find that pair that is high quality, and doesn’t come with any compromises in terms of quality or design.
Summary: Bought 2 of these, one was defective (right bud was blown). Opened the second package and they were great. Best sound I've ever heard for $7.99. They beat out my $45 pair easy. Comfortable and the looks aren't bad. We'll see how long they last. As some other customer said, it didn't seem worth the hassle of returning the bad pair. I'd buy more, but worried about the hit and miss quality.
Summary: Very good earphones especially the price is awesome. So even if you loose it or damage it ... it won't hurt you much. Sound quality is also not that bad (as per other reviews, but certainly room for some improvement).
Summary: Not sure if mine was defective or if this is expected quality of these earphones but I received a blown piece and sounded bad. On the plus side the right ear sounded pretty good - high bass. I couldnt quite get used to the noise isolating feature - feels like it puts my ears in a vacuum.
Summary: quality is horrible. quite noise (from connection issue?). also the volume kind of randomly depends on how the earbud is positioned. if you move your head, the volume may increase or decrease.
Summary: I bought 2 of these for my kids. One had one ear louder than the other. The second one had very low audio and it started to buzz like a kazoo when you turned up the volume to be able to hear the music. Also don't be fooled, the noise cancelling is not active, it is nothing more than a foam earplug.