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Logitech Ultimate Ears 600vi Noise-Isolating Headset - Dark Silver
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- Delivers a noise-isolating, 3D soundstage experience so real it feels live
- Allows crisp, noise-reducing talk with an integrated microphone
- Answers calls from accessible on-cord controls for your iPhone, BlackBerry*
- Plays, pauses, changes tracks, and adjusts volume from on-cord controls.* (*Volume control functionality not available with BlackBerry devices)
- Fits comfortably with five sizes (XXS-L) of soft silicone ear cushions and two pairs of Comply Foam Tips
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|Color||Dark silver||Dark silver||Black||Smoke|
|Item Dimensions||6.14 x 3.98 x 1.73 in||6.14 x 3.98 x 1.73 in||7 x 3 x 2 in||1 x 1 x 1 in|
|Additional Features||ios-phone-control, volume-control||ios-phone-control, volume-control||lightweight||Information not provided|
Ultimate ears 600vi noise-isolating headset features a microphone and on-cord controls for calls and music. it produces extended high-frequency response and a fuller soundstage.
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*Based on PollstarPro Concert Pulse 04.2010
|Ultimate Ears 600vi Noise-Isolating Earphones |
Fit, form and frequency + voice capability
Answer your calls and get crisp, detailed sound with the precision-crafted Ultimate Ears 600vi Noise-Isolating Headset. The advanced armature speaker design creates a 3D soundstage that makes you feel like you're at a live show. And the on-cord controls with integrated microphone let you answer calls, adjust volume, and change music tracks with incredible ease. Listen comfortably and securely with five sizes of soft silicone ear cushions (XXS-L) and two pairs of Comply Foam Tips.
Hear and Be Heard
|Pro-Quality Sound |
Single, top-fire drivers, balanced armature design:
Feel like you're at the show – as the custom-tuned speaker design produces an extended high-frequency response and creates a 3D soundstage.
|The Right Fit |
Wear the lightweight earphones (13.6g) in two directions – casually straight down, or securely over your ears while exercising.
Comply Foam Tips:
Soft silicone ear cushions:
|Smart Design |
Red = right:
Quickly identify left and right earphone.
Pocket-ready hard case:
Audio Players: **
|System Requirements: |
|Ultimate Ears |
200 / 200vi
|Ultimate Ears |
|Ultimate Ears |
500 / 500vi
|Ultimate Ears |
600 / 600vi
|Ultimate Ears |
|Speaker Design||Single diaphragm speakers get you in the sweet-sounding zone||Single diaphragm speakers specially tuned for deep bass||High-quality, single diaphragm speakers deliver crisp highs, warm mids, and powerful bass||Single, top-firing armature in each ear produces extended high frequency response||Dual Armature with passive crossover for a 3D soundstage|
|Noise Isolation (dB)||26dB||22dB||26dB||26dB||26dB|
|Comfort Features||Sits stylishly and unobtrusively in your ears.||Lightweight and wears over the ear or down.||Sleek micro design virtually disappears in your ear.|
|Comply Foam Tips||1 pair||2 pairs||2 pairs|
|Soft Silicone Ear Cushions||5 sizes (XXS-L)||5 sizes (XXS-L)||5 sizes (XXS-L)||5 sizes (XXS-L)||5 sizes (XXS-L)|
|Headset Model||Ultimate Ears 200vi||N/A||Ultimate Ears 500vi||Ultimate Ears 600vi||N/A|
|Compatibility || iPod and other MP3 players, iPhone*, BlackBerry with 3.5mm jack** ***, Home audio, Gaming consoles, Video/portable DVD players, Computers/laptops |
Top Customer Reviews
I'm also an earbud junkie. I NEVER give my wife a hard time over her shoe collection because my earphone collection is well, almost as big and just as expensive. It started with me looking for the "ultimate headphones or earphones" and a monster was created. In my nightstand I currently have a set of Klipsch S4is, Shure 535s, Shure 215s (broken cable), Shure E3cs, cheap Sony buds, Bose QC15s, Ultimate Ears 500vis, Apple's new Earpods, Apple Dual Driver In-earphones, Sennheiser HD 280 Pros, Klipsch x10is on in the mail and on the way and these new UE 600vis. And this doesn't count the ones I've sold on eBay or given away to my brother or friends. Yeah, it's a sickness.
Truth is I find that every pair of ear/headphones that I own provide a distinct listening experience that makes listening to the same songs over and over different each time. Voices and instruments all have unique nuances that are hidden or highlighted by the medium in which they are presented to the listener. The earphones are all so different that it actually makes it fun to "relisten" to songs over again to see if I can pick out the differences.
So, if I have a $500 pair of Shure se535's, why the heck did I buy a pair of Apple Dual Drivers? Why buy a $70 pair of UE 500vis AND a $80 pair of UE 600vis? Because I've noticed something, none of them are perfect. None.Read more ›
I've been ecstatic with them UNTIL today. I just noticed that (much like another reviewer) the part where the wire enters the jack has become frayed. I can see the copper inside. I haven't done anything extrenuous with them; just walk to work with it plugged into my iphone. Really bummed they're made so cheaply for sounding so great. Wasted opportunity.
[EDIT it is now June 23, and they died. The wire wore down to the visible copper and finally one bud went out...I stress this was from normal use. Just walking and sitting at my desk. I bought them on April 22. Don't know about you but I expect a $120 pair of headphones to last more than 2 months.]
Shortly after posting this I was contacted by support who revised their standing and are shipping me the UE600vi replacement. I'll monitor how this set goes and update as appropriate.
Seems I spoke too soon - after that last note from support I've not gotten anything further including the RMA instructions - It seems they've dropped me into support oblivion and are ignoring the issue.
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I want to start off by saying these are exceptional. And, they're exceptional when compared to the audio-fidelity of other earphones at different price points. But, there is however a concern--an industry-wide problem having to do with the basic design of earphones, especially, when you're asked to spend $100 for these. I'll address that in my conclusion.
* Inspection and What is "Burning In" your earphones?
*** Suggestion and Conclusion
* There was a wonderful video review made last year by an audio engineer on one of Ultimate Ears higher prices earphones. I've looked for several days without any luck, because his explanation on how to "burn in" new, higher-priced earphones was particularly interesting.
To "Burn In" a pair of earphones is to play various music through them for an extended period of time and at higher volumes. As he explained, various kinds of music is used to make the speaker's skin more flexible and responsive sound at different frequencies, much like breaking in a new pair of shoes so that they can conform to the feet.
Additionally, William Sommerwerck of Stereophile magazine wrote me to say:
"Many years ago, when I reviewed headphones for "Stereophile", I discovered that a break-in -- running them for 12 hours or so with white noise at a very high level -- helped most of them. Those using conventional dynamic drivers improved the least. Electrostatic and orthodynamic drivers improved the most.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The headphones themselves are good but the plastic earbud pieces come off very easily. Once the correct sized buds have been lost the headphones are also of no use really. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
After about a year of not-so-often use the cable become fragile and cracked in two places near earbuds. Cable is not replaceable so i can just throw them away... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Noise isolation is very good. Music skews towards mid and bass, but not too much -- great for cranking up rock, electronica, etc. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jesse Keller
The sound is quite good considering that it's a single-BA system. There's good extension in the highs but a gentle rolloff in the subs. Mids are just fair. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Andy
While Ultimate Ears has seemed to have gotten of lesser quality since bought by Logitech, these are still great headphones for the price and ended up being much better than I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr. Litwin
I bought a pair of these 5 years ago (600, non iphone version), loved them, beat them up, super glued them back together when one started to split, and then lost them. Read morePublished 6 months ago by citywok