Logitech UE is a brand that was formed after Logitech bought Ultimate Ears a while ago. Ever since the launch of the new brand, people have been waiting for a pair of new universal high-end in-ears, and the Logitech UE 900 in-ears were launched not too long ago. The UE 900s drop right into the same price-tier as the Westone 4s
and Phonak Audeó PFE 232s with a $400 price-tag. The UE 900s do, just like the Westone 4s, have a quad-driver design with a three-way cross. Now, Logitech UE has definitely upped the value by including a huge fit kit with two cables – one has a remote with a microphone and the other one does not. This enables these in-ears to compete with the Westone 4R plus talk-cable combo that is over $100 more expensive; at least feature-wise. Its fit kit puts the UE 900s at the value end of the high-end universal in-ear spectrum in terms of features, and we are in for quite a ride if they sound good to boot.
- Internal Speaker Configuration: 4 proprietary precision balanced armatures
- Impedance: 30 ohms, 1 kHz
- Sensitivity: 105 dB SPL/mW, 1 kHz
- Frequency response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
- Connection: 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) gold plated
- Noise Isolation: 26 dB
- Cable Lengths: 48 inch (121.9 cm)
- Weight (cable and earbuds w/ eartips): 17.7 grams
- Sensitivity (mic): -58 dBV/Pa
Logitech UE is definitely pulling out all the stops to make a good first impression. The box is sturdy and filled to the rim with stuff.
Normally, the bundle is not something worth going into great detail about, but this is an exception. For the first time, you get five differently-sized pairs of silicone tips with a set of Logitech UE in-ears, ranging from XXS to L, and three different sizes of Comply foam-tips. You also get a micro-jack adapter, a 1/4" adapter, a jewel case, carrying bag, and a spare cable.