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Sunday, November 28, 2010

UE700: Revised

Ultimate Ears just announced a new series of products, including the revised UE700, named UE700R, which said to use an upgraded dual balanced armature transducer. However, judging from the spec, I really don't see much difference from the old UE700. Hopefully it did sound different in real life. Anyway, there are also the less interesting UE600/UE600v (which seems to be just the old 5 with a new name), UE400/UE400v and UE300/UE300v (v is for volume control + mic).

Looking at the current UE line up of universal IEM, it really looks more like a consumer oriented brand, like that of Sony or Panasonic, instead of a pro-sumer brand that the old UE used to represent. It seems that is the direction Logitech want the UE brand to go, and I really feel sorry to see how the brand has fallen. It is the end of an era.

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