Value and Conclusion
|9.0||These are of a good value for a set of $400 in-ears, especially considering the massive bundle you get which them. They offer performance that is in the same class as the Westone 4Rs – our benchmark. While the UE900s are not quite as good when it comes to their core sound-quality, they do make up for it with a lower price and a better feature set. The Westone 4Rs will cost way over $500 with a microphone combo.|
The brand new shell design allows for a much better fit than the older stick found on such in-ears as the Triple.fi 10s. These in-ears are bulkier than their Westone counterparts and have a hard time delivering quite the same amount of noise attenuation. These are, however, very minor issues. The in-ears are – for a set of in-ears that are primarily going to be used on the move and as a headset - a really good deal at $400; that is, if you want really good sound quality on the go.