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Altec Lansing UHP336 Snugfit In-ear Earphone (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Snug Fit design delivers passive noise reduction and high fidelity at lower listening levels
  • Silicone tips rest comfortably in-ear
  • Neoprene Carry Case
  • Gold-plated Plug
  • Crisp highs and bass you can feel

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  • noise reduction

Product Description

Introducing the NEW UHP336 inEar Earphones from Altec Lansing....THE UPGRADER SERIES HEADPHONES! New MP3 players and other portable digital devices all come with headphones. The problem is, their quality may be an afterthought. After all, device manufacturers are into devices, not headphones. Thats why Altec Lansing developed the Upgrader series of headphones to give consumers a step up when replacing headphones. All Upgrader series headphone models are designed to offer great sound. But more than that, they provide a better, more customized fit for exceptional comfort. Audio technology by Ultimate Ears.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 2 x 5 x 7 inches
Item Weight 0.5 ounces
Shipping Weight 4.8 ounces
Manufacturer Altec Lansing
ASIN B000Q7IA5E
Item model number UHP336
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3.0 out of 5 stars 217 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6,136 in Electronics > Headphones > Earbud Headphones
#54,502 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 & MP4 Players & Accessories > MP3 & MP4 Player Accessories
#57,030 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater
Date first available at Amazon.com July 7, 2004

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Firstly let me say that these are rebranded Ultimate Ears Super.F1 3 Studio earphones. Altec Lansing took the technology from Ultimate Ears and put their name on them. The first thing you need to know about in-ear earphones is you need to build a proper seal between your ear canal and the earphones. If that is not done properly they will not sound good at all.

I've had these for almost a year now and was initially quite frustrated with them with the uncomfortable eartips that kept falling out at the slightest movement of the head. A few months back I saw on the internet that you can use the Shure triple flange eartips with small modification on these. That helped with the falling out part but was again not the most comfortable option.

Then on the Ultimate Ears website I found these foam eartips from Comply Foam. I decided to give these a shot before dumping these in the trash. Once I put on the Comply Foam eartips, these earphones went through a complete transformation. The fit was perfect and very comfortable. They don't fall out anymore and the sound isolation is incredible. And because the seal is proper, the bass is also much better (If you prefer higher bass, you could also use the equalizers on your mp3 player). Now I actually enjoy these earphones and yes, you can hear stuff that you never heard before on songs you thought you knew like the back of your hand.

The price that amazon or [...] are selling them for now is a steal and I would definitely suggest getting these and the comply foam eartips.
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The objective for this purchase was to upgrade my cheap Koss KEB24 in-ear headphones, that I bought to replace the original Ipod classic' ones. That was a major upgrade then. Koss have rich bass, good vocals, but no highs.

My research was targeted originally to a $100 budget. I purchased Bose Tri Port and Creative Labs Zen, but, to be honest, the sound was awful. Bose lacks everything (very poor sound, I prefer the original earbuds that come with the Ipod) and Creative has no highs. I return them both to the store, frustrated.

Then, I decided to expand my budget a little more, now around $130-150 (at this time, Altec's at Amazon cost 40% less than the price I paid a few months ago at other store). I bought the 336's and my surprise was that the highs, instruments and vocal sounded incredibly natural. The bass was a little soft, but, because the superb sound at highs and mids, I decided to keep them. Then I did the experiment (this is recommended for other types of headphones and speakers, bigger ones) to have them connected for four days at a high power headphone output from my receiver at high volume, with a loop of Shakira's song "Hips don't lie" (you know this song is rich in percussions, bass, vocal), and I did not touch or hear the headphones during these days. Then I connected them to my Ipod, and my big surprise was that the bass, now is as natural as I want it to be. Big sound change.

Now I have everything, very comfortable headphones with excellent sound. The price that is now published at Amazon is a real bargain, I really will not hesitate to purchase them, because compared to others that cost as 200% more, this will, by far, sound better.
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I don't usually write reviews online here, but seeing as there's only 33 reviews for these headphones, figured I might be able to help. It seems pretty obvious that these are indeed a rebrand of the Ultimate Ears SuperFi 3, so go ahead and check those out as well, but the AltecLansings are $50 cheaper at the moment. At $35 they are a steal... I'm actually considering buying a back up pair because I can't believe the pricing of them. I've been wanting to upgrade from my generic sony in ears for a while; I've had 5 pairs over the past 5-6 years and I'll probably always have a pair as backup. I've been really happy with them, ever since the first pair my Dad brought back for me from Japan, I remember they baffled me at first... I have to shove these things in my ear!? But once I got used to it, the sound isolation was priceless. I was keen to upgrade though after many years, thought it would be worth being a musician who loves music and will could find practical use for IEM's. I thought I'd never be able to spend $85 on the cheapest etymotic IEM's, but about a month ago I started researching headphones again, and ran into these and got quite interested... who wouldn't be? $130MSRP headphones for $35? Skeptical, I did my research, and then I did more research, and then more after that, eventually I had to give them a try.

Firstly, as with all in ears, you have to get the right fit: I thought the double flange ear pieces would be the ones for me, because I use similar style ear-plugs for playing drums but I couldn't get a good fit with any of the rubber pieces.
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These really do make my music sound new again. I got tired of the uncontrolled, over the top bass produced by my CX300's, so I splashed out for these when I saw them on sale last week. I'm sure glad I did. Subtle details that the CX300's were masking are now peaking through. I'm getting a new appreciation for my music... like a breath of fresh air.

Don't get me wrong, these aren't anemic or anything. They put out some bass. The bass is just more natural and doesn't drown out everything else. To my ears, these are a full, rich sounding pair of phones with a nice balance between the bass, mid-range, and treble.

These come with several different tips. You'll have to try them all out to establish the best seal and most comfortable fit for your ears. I'm rocking the medium sized, single flange tips right now. I think I'll be sticking with this set-up.

The cord seems durable enough on these IEM's. I don't think it will wear out prematurely. It is nice to know that it is replaceable in case a mishap occurs though. I'm getting some microphonics, but definitely less than what I was experiencing with my CX300's.

Overall, I'd say these are a good buy. Definitely a worthy upgrade if you've been using the stock buds that came with your DAP.
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