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Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10 Noise Isolating Earphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Input Sensitivity - 117dB/mW; Impedance - 32 ohms
  • Frequency - Response 10 to 17,000 Hz
  • High frequencies to a speaker dedicated for treble
  • The mid-range frequencies to a speaker for the vocals
  • Changeable ear tips provide -26dB of isolation & passive noise cancellation
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Size: 10
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Technical Details

Size: 10
  • Noise-Isolating-Feature

Product Details

Size: 10
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 5.5 x 6.5 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0019RBJOE
  • Item model number: IF-P7PSA0005-02
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (627 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

Size: 10

From the Manufacturer

The Choice of 75% of the World's Top Touring Musicians*

The world's top performing artists choose Ultimate Ears custom in-ear monitors for one reason—they are made to deliver the best fit and sound reproduction available. Ultimate Ears represents the culmination of years of experience designing, testing and refining professional in-ear monitors. Ultimate Ears brings this experience to every pair of earphones that they make. The unique sound signature of Ultimate Ears earphones has been tuned to be sonically accurate, yet musically impressive. The earphone designs and ear cushions create a soft, snug seal for long wearing comfort and noise isolation. And Ultimate Ears' sleek, refined designs complement your personal style—instead of overwhelming it.



Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10 – Studio-grade earphones with triple armature speakers.

Triple because it directs the low, mid and high frequencies to a separate speaker, a total of three in each ear (that's patented, you know). That means you'll hear every layer of sound, every nuance, every detail. A musician's breathing. Fingers sliding across guitar frets. Yes, you'll hear all that just as if the artist were before you performing it live. It's the sonic equivalent of sitting in the world's best recording studio.






Pro-Audio Sound Quality

Triple Armature Speaker Design with Passive Crossover:
Three individual armature speaker drivers reproduce low, mid and high frequencies for a sonically rich experience. Integrated passive-crossover directs the sound frequencies (low to high) to the appropriate speaker. Audio filters shape the sound for the closest experience to custom personal monitors available.

Immersion Sound Signature:
Exclusive Immersion sound signature is tuned to provide a 3-D sound stage that makes you feel as though you are experiencing the quality, energy and emotion of a live performance.

Noise Isolation:
Armature speaker design allows the earphones to fit naturally and comfortably inside your ear to create a more secure seal to block outside noise by up to 26 dB.

Frequency Range:
Super broad frequency range of 10Hz – 20kHz delivers cleaner, clearer mid and high tones.


Personal Style

Finish:
Gun metal blue earphone color with black cord for a unique and unmistakable appearance. Shapeable cord for a secure custom fit, like professional monitors.


Long Wearing Comfort

Customizable Fit:
Shapeable cord can be worn over the ear for a secure customized fit, like professional monitors.

Comply Foam Ear Cushions:
Comply foam ear cushions provide maximum comfort and noise isolation. Available only on Ultimate Ears premium earphone models.

Soft Silicone Ear Cushions:
Includes small, medium and large silicone ear cushions to comfortably fit all ear sizes.



Convenient Features

Flexible Listening:
Can be worn comfortably down for casual listening situations such as sitting or walking, or can be worn over the ear to keep the earphones securely in place during running or exercising.

Tangle-Resistant Cord:
Durable cord is strong and does not tangle as easily as thinner ear bud cords. Cord length of 46” is specifically designed to prevent earphone fallout.

Pocket-Ready Hard Case:
Crush-proof brushed metallic hard case safely stores your earphones and slips easily into a pocket or bag.




Compatibility

Audio Players*
  • iPod and other MP3 players
  • iPhone and Blackberry (audio only)
  • Home audio
  • Gaming consoles
  • Video/portable DVD players
  • Computers/laptops
    *with 3.5mm jacks
  • What's in the Box

  • Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10 earphones
  • Crush-proof metallic hard case
  • Soft, silicone ear cushions (S, M, L)
  • Two sets of Comply foam ear cushions
  • Cleaning tool
  • Extender cable
  • Airline attenuator for hearing protection
  • 1/4 inch adapter jack
  • Instruction manual
  • 1-year limited hardware warranty


  • Find Your Ultimate Ears

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    Model Speaker Design Noise Isolation Comfort Features Compatibility
    TripleFi 10
  • Triple Armature Speaker
  • Full 3D Sound Stage, Closest Experience to Our Custom In-Ear Monitors

  • 26 dB

  • Comply Foam & Silicone Ear Cushions
  • Shapeable Cord for a Secure Custom Fit
  • Audio: iPod, iPhone, & MP3
  • Voice & Audio: (vi Version):
    iPhone, Blackberry and other Smart Phones
  • Ultimate Ears 700


  • Dual Armature Speaker
  • Optimized Frequency Response for More Precise Audio Reproduction & Punchy Bass

  • 26 dB

  • Comply Foam & Tapered Silicone Ear Cushions
  • Micro Design for Long Wearing Comfort
  • Audio: iPod, iPhone & MP3

    SuperFi 5
  • Single Top Fire Armature Speaker
  • Extended High Frequency Response

  • 26 dB

  • Comply Foam & Silicone Ear Cushions
  • Audio: iPod, iPhone, & MP3
  • Voice & Audio: (vi Version):
    iPhone, Blackberry and other Smart Phones
  • SuperFi 4
  • Single Armature Speaker
  • Crisp Full Sound & Improved Noise Isolation

  • 26 dB

  • Comply Foam & Silicone Ear Cushions
  • Audio: iPod, iPhone & MP3

    MetroFi 220
  • Single Titanium Coated Diaphragm Speaker
  • Authentic Sound with Improved Clarity

  • 16 dB

  • Silicone Ear Cushions
  • Audio: iPod, iPhone, & MP3
  • Voice & Audio: (vi Version):
    iPhone, Blackberry and other Smart Phones
  • MetroFi 170


  • Single Diaphragm Speaker
  • Tuned for Authentic Sound Quality

  • 16 dB

  • Silicone Ear Cushions
  • Audio: iPod, iPhone, & MP3
  • Voice & Audio: (vi Version):
    iPhone, Blackberry and other Smart Phones
  • *Pollstar Top 100 Touring Artists.

    Product Description

    Ultimate Ears Cardboard Box Packaging Gunmetal Blue In-ear earphones metallic travel case 1/4" adapter jack attenuator cleaning tool kit kit Extender Cable Housed within the universal body are three individual speakers and an integrated passive crossover circuit board that directs the low-end frequencies to a dedicated speaker for bass the mid-range frequencies to a speaker for the vocals and the high frequencies to a speaker dedicated for treble. The changeable ear tips provide -26dB of isolation and passive noise cancellation.

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    The UE TripleFi 10's are amazing earphones.
    Bob M
    I use the comply foam tips which are comfortable and allow for a great fit inside your ears.
    mm
    The sound is very good with clear bass and brillant highs.
    LapinMatth

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    131 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Stephen on October 28, 2008
    Size Name: w/ Microphone
    These Buds come with the full arsenal for a great listening experience. They come with four types of buds, one type a foam kind that fits to your ear perfectly, so they are what I use. And when you put them in, you can't hear anything outside or around you. Airplanes with crying babies are no match; the buds cancel ambient noise by design.

    The main selling point for me was the iPhone compatibility, with the mic and play button. Works great, and the only complain from a realllly picky perspective would be that the button be right below the mic, instead of on the main chord, as the mic and button are separate on the chord. But it makes no difference.

    Another thing I like is the wire that comes out of the bud end. There is a wire about 2 inches long inside the cord that you can bend so when you put them over your ear they stay in place, which is great when I run and move around. They are large, due to the three drivers in each bud, but are worth it. From low to high frequency, they play music back as accurately as possible.

    I record my music in lossless formats on my computer, so playback comes at CD quality. After a couple weeks of listening, this is what I found: Bass is strong. Now I wouldn't use these phones for a DJ or anyone whose only concern is bass, but every low chord or beat comes out as if you were right there playing it yourself. But this is what got me. The best sound quality for these speakers comes in the mid-high to high frequencies.
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    270 of 303 people found the following review helpful By whatever on September 18, 2009
    Size Name: 10
    I use these on my commute- <2 hours a day and treat them gingerly, like the expensive, easily breakable items they are.

    I'm now going on my 2nd pair and 3rd cable set.

    In about 3-4 months you'll notice that one of your channels has lost all or most of its volume.

    Then when you continue to use it, you'll notice that the sound completely cuts out between steps as you're walking.

    Eventually, nothing brings the sound back and you pay $20 for a new cord. Disconnecting and then reconnecting the cable to the buds will not do anything.

    The problem is that the area where the jack transitions to the cord (the strain-releaf) is VERY WEAK and eventually the wire breaks inside. On my next cable (currently awaiting its arrival), I'll use some heat-shrink in that area to try and bolster it, but for $400, why am I engineering a fix?

    I also have a coworker whose first pair broke where the bud meets the shapeable wire that goes over your ears. I'm sure this will eventually happen to me and then I'll no longer buy anything from this company.
    My $100 Shures Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones are just about as good, isolate about the same and I can buy 4 of them for the cost of one of these.

    Also- if you want a GOOD seal, you need to get the replacement (or 3rd party) foam tips. The foam tips that came with both of my pairs was not the same, and inferior to, the replacements.
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    97 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Travis Dockweiler on October 6, 2009
    Size Name: 10
    First, let me mention that i've tried earphones out in the past and found them to be extremely uncomfortable in most cases. The Bose earphones are comfortable, but they don't go very far in your ear. The Shure E3C didn't sound good and they hurt so much they were unusable. After that experience I skipped out on earphones for a long time.

    For the past few years i've been trying and using many different headphones. My favorite of the last year has been the AKG 701. They're huge and really need a good headphone amp. Don't laugh, but my main source of audio is an ipod touch using a headphone amp and Lossless audio. WAV format or Apple Lossless. If it's MP3, it's 320kbps.

    I wanted to downsize my setup a bit for some uses, so I needed something smaller that could work well without a headphone amp.

    Did maybe two days of research and found these and was shocked at how many good reviews on Amazon there was for these (the old listing). That's not very common with earphones it seems. It was a hard decision to go with these over a similar Shure model. The size of these ALMOST made me not get them. Please don't let the size keep you from getting them. It's not a problem. The other Shure model also seemed to have more Bass (according to reviews). That's a negative for me. I don't like any extra bass usually. That's one reason I love the AKG 701's. They have a perfect balance of everything.

    Ok, with that out of the way I bought these and immediately found that even the smallest ear piece was too large and hurt my ears after just a few minutes of use. I'm not really a small person, but I was surprised that the small ear piece was a tight fit. Sony earbuds come with a small sized one that would work perfect, but I didn't want to risk it.
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    27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Brent on August 19, 2009
    Size Name: 10
    I upgraded to these from a pair of $100 Shure earbuds. The sound quality improvement was amazing, they sound awesome. The clarity is amazing, and it brings to light many musical details that I had never heard before. I immediately re-listened to many of my favorite albums and heard them in a whole new light.

    However, it takes a few swaps of the included eartips to find the right fit, and they have never given me quite as good of a fit as the Shures did. They also stick straight outwards from your ears, whereas the Shures fit up into your ears. This means that they can be a bit uncomfortable when trying to rest the side of your head against something.

    I've owned these for approximately two years now, and use them almost every day, whether while at the gym, at work, or while traveling (make sure to look for cars before crossing the street, you can't hear them coming!). They have broken twice in that time, once due to getting caught on something, and once with the buds themselves splitting apart and the wires snapping, but both times UE's customer service was extremely helpful and replaced them under warranty very quickly.

    If I were to break these again now that the warranty period has expired, I would definietly miss them, but I would also take a very hard look at the comparably priced Shures before replacing them.
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