Reviews and Problems with Logitech Ultimate Ears BOOM
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Review – Logitech's Ultimate Ears Boom Speakers Rock My World
18 June 2014
Excerpt: For the past eight months I've listened to music in my digital workspace/home office through a review unit of the Logitech UE Boom Speaker , connected via Bluetooth to my Mac Mini . A handsome, distinctively styled object, roughly the shape and size of a tall beer can (7" high, 2-1/2" diameter) , this Bluetooth speaker puts out a lot of high-quality sound .
Summary: One of the best “little” speakers in the world, the UE Boom produces some incredible sound for its $229.99 price. With built-in volume controls, a robust water-resistant body and microUSB charging, Logitech’s UE Boom speaker is tiny but powerful.
Summary: The Ultimate Ears product line extension into the Bluetooth speaker market is a wonderful thing. When a company that knows hi-fi enters new markets they typically have the right priorities in mind when it comes to sound quality. Not only did UE succeed in developing an excellent sounding potable speaker, the unique design is impressive and functional.
Pros: Great Packaging:, Unique Design:, Fun To Use:, Hi-Fi Caliber Sound On the Go:
Ultimate Ears Boom: The Speaker Jambox Wants to Be
14 April 2014
Excerpt: Forget Jambox . It's officially been replaced, at least to my ears, by the Ultimate Ears Boom: A portable wireless speaker that sounds almost as good as a much larger home system. It also has a brilliant stereo mode that lets you set up two Booms to act as a stereo pair. And it has a sizzling design. Ultimate Ears made its name with in-ear headphones that are custom-made to the wearer's ears.
UE Mini Boom: Is this the $99 wireless speaker to get?
16 December 2013
Summary: While it doesn't do that much to stand out from the crowded field of Bluetooth speakers in the $60-$100 range, the well-built and decent sounding (for its size) UE Mini Boom is a pretty safe choice for those looking for a very compact wireless speaker.
Pros: The UE Mini Boom is a very compact Bluetooth speaker that has a built-in rechargeable battery, speakerphone capabilities, a line input, and ruggedized design. It sounds good for its small size and can be combined with a second Mini Boom to create a stereo pair. It sounds slightly better than its predecessor, the UE Mobile Boombox.
Cons: Yes, the Mini Boom's bass is slightly improved, but it still can't produce a ton of bass.
Excerpt: With the vast (and ever-growing) sea of audio products available, it becomes harder and harder to get noticed. It takes the right combination of elements to get that attention and then deliver with quality that people will love and keep.
Excerpt: Ultimate Ears is expanding its portable wireless speaker lineup which up until today was only made up from a single offering, the incredible UE Boom speaker. A year ago Logitech introduced the UE Mobile Boombox under a joined Logitech UE brand which still exists today, however, Ultimate Ears is now coming out with its own near-identical version dubbed the UE MINI BOOM .
Ultimate Ears MINI BOOM Quick Review: The Best Portable Speaker On The Market Just Got Smaller
1 October 2013
Excerpt: . It really lives up to its name, delivering top-notch sound quality that's nearly impossible to find in most speakers twice its size. Of course, that kind of quality comes at a price – a $200 price, to be exact. And if you wish to utilize the Double Up feature that lets you use two BOOMs at the same time, that price doubles. It's hard enough for many users to even justify one BOOM. Today, Ultimate Ears announced the MINI BOOM, the BOOM's little brother.
Excerpt: 5.1 speaker systems? Who needs them. The only speakers being expeditiously released lately are portable Bluetooth speakers you can take along with you everywhere you go. Ultimate Ears, now a Logitech brand, are one of the many names fighting to sell you their own take on these self-powered speaker modules.