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Ultimate Ears Mini Boom Review: Big Sound, Small Package

Portable hi-fi speakers are all the rage at the moment. Syncing with your smartphone or tablet or notebook over Bluetooth, these battery-powered boomboxes are great for picnics, trips to the beach or on speakerphone duties (if you want to feel like Bosley from Charlie’s Angels, at least).


UE Boom Review: Big Sound Never Looked So Good

You may not have heard of Ultimate Ears, and for that, you can be forgiven. What you should definitely hear, however, is how good their latest speaker sounds.


Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Review: What Do $US1350 Earbuds Sound Like?

CNET’s Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg unequivocally thinks the Ultimate Ears 18 Pro earbuds, with their six driver setup, are worth $US1350. So, uh, what do earbuds that cost more than most computers sound like?


Logitech Carving Dollars From Aussie Ultimate Ears RRPs

Logitech aren’t exactly known for having products with a good translation into Australian pricing. But they’ve just announced a heap of price cuts – starting tomorrow – for their Ultimate Ears range of headphones. Considering the savings can be up to $250, it’s a pretty enticing deal.


Why You Can't Get Decent Earphones For Less Than $US100

Crappy earbuds are killing music. It’s true. The problem is that good earbuds, like speakers, aren’t cheap.


Logitech Ultimate Ears 700 Lightning Review: $US230 Earbuds Justified

The Gadget: Ultimate Ears 700, the flagship model of a pretty respected headphone maker that was recently (and wisely) purchased by Logitech.


Loud Enough Earphones: Ultimate Ears For Your Kids

It’s been a while since we brought you some news from Ultimate Ears (the cat eating through the cable to my UE Super.Fi’s doesn’t count, sadly). But now UE has released its newest offering, and it’s for the kids: the Loud Enough earphones. “They’ve gone barking mad!” you might say, citing expense and the potential damage that might be done to young ears by a max-volume burst of Noddy. Well, you’d be wrong: these earbud ‘phones have special volume-limiting tech built in. Plus they’re US$40. They’ve got silicon buds down to extra-small size… so I guess the only danger is what inventive kids will get up to with those. [Crave via Gizmodiva]


$1150, Quad-Driver, Ultimate Ears UE-11 Pro Headphones

Ultimate Ears makes some of the best earphones I’ve ever heard, with the high end UE line made of custom molded pieces with multiple drivers inside. The UE-11 Pro raises the bar to having 4 in each ear, broken down into dual subs, a mid and tweeter. Audio sensitivity is 110dB at 1mW, which is very efficient. Available in a variety of colors and designs (including monograms) for $1150. I believe that’s in a custom metal case. [iLounge]


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