Ultimate Ears 700 (Dark Silver)
Manufacturer: Logitech Part number: IF-P5PSM0001-02
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CNET editors' review
price range: $1,199.00
- Reviewed by: Justin Yu
- Edited by: Rich Brown
- Reviewed on: 06/07/2011
The good: Logitech updates the Ultimate Ears 700 noise-isolating headphones with seven new ear tip options and a tougher travel case while preserving the headphones' lightweight design and nuanced sound dynamics.
The bad: Logitech no longer includes the attenuator and splitter cord that came with the first version.
The bottom line: With a sleek design, a range of ear tips, and supreme sound reproduction, the Ultimate Ears 700 headphones are worthy of an audiophile's ear and earn our recommendation.
You'll pay more to find the same quality and sound!
by omahapianist on December 7, 2011
Pros: Clean sound, superb detail, highs/mids/lows are wonderfully balanced.
Cons: Has slightly less slam than some of the best dynamic speaker designed earphones.
Summary: I've had my UE 700's for several months and the sound quality and detail is still amazing. The build quality is only a little less solid since Logitech ...
Summary: I've had my UE 700's for several months and the sound quality and detail is still amazing. The build quality is only a little less solid since Logitech took over but unless you're abusive and careless in handling them, you should never have any problems. These buds are made for the serious audiophile who truly value the best sound for the money. Once you listen to what a balanced armature design can do for your sound, you may not want to go back to your standard earphones. If you have high quality music files (FLAC, lossless, etc.), the results will be simply breathtaking. Even your higher quality MP3 files will sound stunning!
2 out of 2 users found this user opinion helpful.
A Perfect Audiophile Earphone
by ropetat on January 16, 2012
Pros: 1. Incredible sound clarity
2. Great looks
3. Great Noise-isolation
4. Perfect flat response
Cons: 1. Not very durable
2. Carrying case too small
3. Weak bass, not recommended for bass lovers
Summary: Logitech UE700 earphones are a perfect choice for those who want to hear music as its meant to be. These earphones have a very flat response and deliver ultimate sound ...
Summary: Logitech UE700 earphones are a perfect choice for those who want to hear music as its meant to be. These earphones have a very flat response and deliver ultimate sound clarity. These actually have very low bass, so not suitable for those who like bass. But except that, there is no issue with these earphones and if you manage to tweak a little with the equalizers, you can make bass response a little heavier suiting your priorities without making a compromise with the sound quality. The best choice for audiophiles under 200$. Strongly recommended.
1 out of 1 users found this user opinion helpful.
Superb sound and comfortability, pathetic durability
by danielznelson on April 19, 2013
Pros: - Excellent sound with good bass, incredibly crisp (but not harsh) highs, and a solid mid range (better than that of the Klispch S4's)
- Very lightweight and incredibly comfortable
- A varying range of ear tips
- Sleek design
Cons: - Absolutely horrendous durability
- Beyond abysmal customer service
Summary: Easily the best sounding pair of headphones I've ever owned (above Sennheiser HD555s, Klipsch S4i's, Bang and Olufsen Form 2s, and Bose IEs), the Logitech UE 700s are ...
Summary: Easily the best sounding pair of headphones I've ever owned (above Sennheiser HD555s, Klipsch S4i's, Bang and Olufsen Form 2s, and Bose IEs), the Logitech UE 700s are a near steal for the now $120 price tag. The headphones feature exceptional sound isolation - I spent much of my time in the Washington DC Metro area and was unable to hear anything other than my own music.
Sadly, the durability of the 700s are downright pitiful. I kept good care of them, but my jack had no wire guard to prevent fraying. Inevitably, the wire was exposed after 5 or so months, and the headphones soon shorted out afterwards. I submitted a request to receive a replacement under warranty, and Logitech had no problem with it. They did, however, downgrade me to the UE 600s, because the 700s were "no longer available." A month later, I still hadn't received my headphones, and finally called them to receive an update. Curiously, they said the order never "went through" and told me they would handle the situation immediately. A week later, my order was still pending, so I called yet again to receive an update. This time, Logitech was suffering from "technical problems" and failed to send out the order (for the second time). Nearly two months later, I am still waiting for my downgraded replacement. While the 700s are an incredible pair of headphones as far as sound goes, I cannot recommend them to anyone looking for even a year-long pair of headphones.
by charlesrollon on August 2, 2012
Pros: Clear Sound in low volumes.
Cons: If you turn the volume up, the bass diappears and the sound cracks.
Summary: I bought these earphones because everyone in CNET has been telling me its a good earphone. I bought the KLIPSH S4 because in Dubai I couldnt find UE 700. After ...
Summary: I bought these earphones because everyone in CNET has been telling me its a good earphone. I bought the KLIPSH S4 because in Dubai I couldnt find UE 700. After a year my KLIPSH S4 broke and I saved money to finally buy this UE 700 in Hong Kong. These earphone are not for deep bass musics (house music and the likes). Whenever I turn the volume up the sound cracks and bass disappears. Such a disappointment because these earphones looks nice and its priced twice as KLIPSH S4. Now Im going back to my KLIPSH S4. So sad I cant refund my Ultimate Ears 700. KLIPSH S4 can handle everything. This Ultimate Ears 700 s just good at low volumes.
Clear and crisp sound but low durability.
by sleighs on May 18, 2012
Pros: -Excellent sound quality
Cons: -Low durability
-Weak base for those who cannot find the right fit
pretty solid, annoying sibilance
by goner4663 on March 28, 2012
Pros: bright highs
natural sounding bass
different tips included
Cons: mids are a bit restrained compare to the highs
sibilance on some songs can get very annoying at and fatiguing
unfortunately the sibilance will not wear off even with burning the headphones speakers.
the cable feels a bit weak also
Summary: the ue 700 are a solid choice, however if u really want good audio quality i strongly suggest consumers to save up for a while to get the triple fi ...
Summary: the ue 700 are a solid choice, however if u really want good audio quality i strongly suggest consumers to save up for a while to get the triple fi 10s since they are currently seling them at a low price of around 170-200= on amazon. or if you are more into hip hop the klipsch s4 series or s5is will satify your taste
Logitech has ruined this product
by billadelphia on August 19, 2011
Pros: Excellent sound quality; fair price compared to other high quality buds.
Cons: The entire UE line used to be the best in this price range and still delivers excellent sound but they no longer hold up to even average use. That wouldn't be so bad if Logitech believed in even close to the same level of customer service that UE provided
Summary: Not worth the money since Logitech took over the product line.In answer to the two questions, yes I own two pair of these earbuds. ...
Updated on May 30, 2012
Summary: Not worth the money since Logitech took over the product line.In answer to the two questions, yes I own two pair of these earbuds. The oldest, much less expensive version still works. The newer top-of-the-line version is broken where the wire connects to one of the buds. When I finally got a response from Logitech they wanted almost the price of a new pair to fix them. I also have a Logitech Duet system that they dropped about two months after selling it to me at nearly full retail. When one of the receivers quit working they told me it wasn't supported anymore.
Updated on May 30, 2012
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- Manufacturer: Logitech
- Part number: IF-P5PSM0001-02
- Description: It will be like you are at a concert. A custom-tuned acoustical design clearly reproduces every detail of your music. Your ears will be comfortable hour after hour - thanks to the compact design. You will get lost in your music - thanks to the soft ear cushions which block outside noise like the chatty person behind you. Two custom-tuned speakers in each ear give you a cleaner, more precise audio reproduction.
- Packaged Quantity 1
- Product Type Headphones
- Recommended Use Digital player
- Additional Features Noise isolating ,
Anti tangle cord
- Headphones Type Headphones - Binaural
- Headphones Form Factor In-ear
- Connectivity Technology Wired
- Sound Output Mode Stereo
- Frequency Response 20 - 20000 Hz
- Signal-To-Noise Ratio 26 dB
- Sensitivity 113 dB/mW
- Impedance 40 Ohm
- Connector Type Headphones ( Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm )
- Cables Included Headphones cable - Integrated
- Included Accessories 2 pairs of Comply foam ear tips,
5 pairs of ear tips,
- Power Device None
- Service & Support 2 years warranty
- Service & Support Details Limited warranty - 2 years