For nearly the past decade and a half, Ultimate Ears has been an IEM-only company. They have seen their roots from custom-fit monitors flourish into universal styles that everyone can enjoy. It wasn’t until after Logitech took over that they took their first steps into full-sized headphones. The UE 9000 represents Logitech Ultimate Ear’s flagship model. (more…)
It feels like just yesterday, Logitech bought Ultimate Ears. Since then, many questioned whether or not Logitech could not only release a new successor flagship to the TF10, but also improve upon it. It’s been a long 8 years since the TF10 has been released, but Logitech has released the new UE900, the new flagship to the UE brand. Read more: (more…)
Ultimate Ears, also known as UE, has had over 15 years of experience specializing in and manufacturing headphones and their accessories. Up until 2005, Ultimate Ears had only been manufacturing high end custom IEMs. Later that year, they decided to expand and release 3 high end universal headphones. In 2009, UE released a lower-end IEM that included a remote and microphone for smartphone use. This low-end IEM became known as the MetroFi 170vi. The UE MetroFi 170vi offer a sleek design, respectable audio quality, ample build quality, a comfortable fit, and a big bang for your buck.
Ultimate Ears, UE for short, is a well-known brand of headphones that has been around for years. In their early years, they developed custom headphones that were form-fitted for an individual’s ears. These headphones could cost upwards of 1500 dollars. UE has since expanded their product lineup to offer affordable universal headphones that everyone can use. The UE SuperFi 4s are an example of these. The SuperFi 4s were the mid-range headphones in their SuperFi series. Today, however, they are the low-range headphones. The SuperFi 4s offer a refreshing design, great audio quality, comfort quality that is growing on me, good build quality, and depending on where they are purchased, a great value for the money.