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Logitech’s UE 9000 Headphones: Perfect sound on the go

Logitech have just released an amazing new range of audio solutions called Ultimate Ears, and with that line comes their show stopping headphones: the Logitech UE 9000.

Constructed from metal and TR90 materials (plastic titanium), the headphones are solid and sturdy yet fold up to be compact when you’re short on space. They work wirelessly through a Bluetooth connection so you have the freedom to move up to 15m from your device, but they can still be wired to save on battery consumption.

With a built in mic and music controls, the UE 9000 Headphones are a perfect companion to any smartphone or tablet. You can take calls, chat on Skype and listen to music privately; perfect for those embarrassing musical indulgences. Did someone say show tunes?

Of course, the headphones produce superior sound with tight lows and soaring highs; a perfect balance for any genre (trust us, we’ve put them through their paces!) Over ear noise cancelling filters are built in which allows for perfect and clear sound everywhere you go, from busy city streets to noisy flights.

Check out our picks for the best 5 songs we loved listening to:

1. Born At The Right Time – Dappled Cities
2. White Flamingo – Goldsmith
3. Arrows – Merz
4. Jah No Partial – Major Lazer ft. Flux Pavilion
5. Hold On – SBTRKT

About the author

Cormack is a Melbourne based freelance writer and photographer. He loves to travel, drink red wine, and spin records. On the weekends you’ll most likely find him eating pork buns or shaking up cocktails for his friends.

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