Logitech UE9000 Wireless Headphones (Refurbished)search

Logitech UE9000 Wireless Headphones (Refurbished)

Logitech UE9000 Wireless Headphones (Refurbished)

bookmark_borderSave
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our members, we must agree to hide our prices externally.



5 people bought it for $100? They used to sell these for less before it went into oblivion. I guess maybe they don’t remeeber them or don’t know about them.
All I know is that these headphone came out in early 2012 and have been discontinued, you also cannot buy parts for them from Logitech. If you try to read reviews on these when they came out, they are hit or miss, but have plenty of issues of the band breaking. I say Try to read reviews, because there are just not that many out there... This was the ultimate reason for them being discontinued... lack of consumer interest.
Compared to what is out in the market currently, at that Drop price point, I feel there are better more reliable options. At the MRSP of these headphone... you can get VERY good headphone that are better then these in every way.
For reference: Plantronics Wireless Noise Cancelling Backbeat - Headphones - $139 - http://a.co/75ffoSf Sony XB950B1 Extra Bass Wireless Headphones $98 - http://a.co/b7BI4Pw August EP650 Bluetooth Wireless Over Ear Headphones - $48 - http://a.co/czJVBmc
Massdrop is trying to push outdated, poorly reviewed and discontinued products as some kind of deal... AGAIN. They really should be ashamed for treating their customers as like idiots and misleading them to buy a sub par product.
Its like a car dealer trying to sell you a 2012 car without telling you what year it is, that it has a lot problems, they don't make it anymore, but you are getting at a sweet deal at a new car price... how would you accept that?
How's this in comparison to LGs recent gaming wireless headphones?
I got these for 50 bucks 4 years ago.
I owned a pair of these back in the day, ended up having to get rid of them, this was due to not having Android Bluetooth support. The aptx codec was Apple only when I purchased mine, and it was not advertised as such.
Didn't Logitech discontinue this product like 5 years ago? I own a pair I bought from Amazon back in 2013 and they sound pretty great. However, the battery on it eventually crapped out and Logitech didn't want to help me out because it was discontinued (read: they didn't have anything to replace it with). Still use them as a wired set at my desk tho.
Plastic quality is hit or miss... mine have gotten obliterated on the inside where they wrap around the metal frame, so I have a few layers of electrical tape holding it all together. Aside from that, they've held up fairly well and still sound pretty great. These were my favorite bluetooth headphones while they still functioned in wireless mode, now they're just my favorite wired headphones lol.
techwiz
Also, for those asking... I did some more digging (because I didn't remember what the specs for these were) and found some spec on the bluetooth. Looks like it's using Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and supports apt-X. Also I remember the battery life on these being somewhere close to 15-20h brand new: 1h commute listening both ways, recharged them once every other week or so. Depended on if I ended up using them over the weekends or not.
sources: apt-X: https://www.aptx.com/products/logitech-ue-9000-bluetoothr-stereo-headphones BT Version: https://www.innerfidelity.com/content/surprisingly-good-logitec-ue6000-and-ue9000
techwiz
Thanks!
I owned these headphones for around 8 months years ago and just wanted to warn everyone to avoid these headphones like the plague. Whilst they sounded really good for the money, they are unfit for sale due to the plastic headband which snaps in half (despite never being taken out of the house), which cannot be replaced -- and Logitech won't help you in any way (and I bought them brand new from Amazon at the time). I am sure this is the reason why these headphones devalued so quickly, because their sound quality was great compared to anything else wireless at the time I bought them. You can Google this issue for yourselvesjust to see how widespread it is.
I had the UE6000 at one stage and while sound quality was quite good, noise canceling was pretty much non existent. Either that, or they were faulty.
I had a pair of the UE6000's for a few years a while back. I loved the sound and build quality and were my first pair of real quality headphones I owned until I sold them to my friend to pay for my V-Moda Crossfade Wireless. They're an older pair of headphones but will give you great audio and very heavy duty for the price so I'd definitely recommend them. If I didn't already have my Crossfade I'd definitely join in on this drop, but everyone who gets these will definitely enjoy them.
Bluetooth version?, aptx?, battery life? That kind of info should always be provided for wireless headphones imo.
Load 2 more comments
This is an old version of BT 2.1 I believe but other than low power options the codecs matter much more than the BT version... If you expect to be spoon fed stats on audio gear you are going to be sorely disappointed, been in this game for the last 20 or so years and I've yet to find a site that answers all my questions. Otherwise prepare to get a lot of digital cheese with your whine...
ElectronicVices
Thank you for your condescending remarks. If a product piques my interest, then I will do the required research. But in this case, massdrop is not doing themselves any favours by not including important specifications.
Battery life?
It's been forever since I've seen these things!!! I purchased a pair of these wireless headphones before wireless headphones got big! They were good quality for when they came out but lack a lot now in days compared to newer wireless headphones. These things are made with a lot of metal and feel really heavy too. If anyone is interested in knowing more about them please feel free to ask. Again, I did like them, but the weight got to me eventually.
Tyson522
I got the UE6000 refurbished on eBay for $40 just under 4 years ago. They're basically the non-wireless version of this headphone. Gave them to my little brother. For what they were, they were built quite well. I can't remember how they sound, but I do remember that the active noise cancellation is meh for today's standards.
Xephyroth
I still use my 5+ year old ue6000s on the plane since I haven't picked up an upgraded BT NC headphone yet (would rather spend the loot on home listening gear). these actually sound very good for consumer grade headphones (vis. bose or beats) and the NC option is more like turning on an amp (I.e., increases the volume to drown out exterior noise). I did bring a Senn urbanite on my last plane trip (passive noise cancelling only) and there's a noticeable difference between the 2. the UEs got a lot of portable use too when I 1st got them (just plugged them right into my phone) so it's a purchase I didn't regret.
thanks to everyone mentioning the BT version for someone who doesn't really buy wireless headphones (a must consider feature for these types of cans).