Ultimate Ears Super.fi 5 Pro - Profesional Quality In Ear Headphones - White
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- High Frequency Driver: Precision balanced armature delivers clear, crisp high tonal range
- Low Frequency Driver: For deep, rich bass without distortion
- Audio Filters: Shapes the sound for maximum detail
- Passive Crossover: Directs music to high and low range speakers for precise audio reproduction
- Professional Construction: Small form factor, lightweight durable design made for active lifestyles
- Fashion conscious styling: Intuitive, stylish design. Available in white and black finishes
- Noise Isolating Design: In-ear fit and customizable ear tips maximize noise isolation from the environment for the ultimate listening experience
- Dual Driver Technology: Delivers professional, studio quality sound by combining two precision balanced armatures in each earphone, one for lows and one for mids and highs.
- Flexible ear loops/ Low friction cable: Flexible ear loops secure earphones in place and route cable behind ears offering maximum comfort and eliminating tangled cables
- Metallic and Leather Travel Cases: Metallic crush proof case with cable management protects earphones while traveling, elegant thin leather case fits into your pocket/purse
- Additional Included Accessories: Sound Level Attenuator, and 1/4 gold plated adaptor jack make earphones compatible with almost any personal listening device
- Warranty: 2 year warranty from purchase date
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From the makers of Ultimate Ears® professional ear monitor products comes the super.fi 5Pro earphones. Join stars like U2 Linkin Park Madonna Metallica Rod Stewart Big and Rich Seal and many others in using Ultimate Ears' premiere earphone technology and get the best experience from your iPod or other personal audio device. Imagine professional quality sound out of earphones designed for your on-the-go lifestyle. The compact lightweight design and metallic travel case allow the earphones to go where you go. The flexible ear loops secure the earphones in place and the universal fit kit enables maximum comfort and noise isolation from the world around you. Best of all the dual driver in-ear technology allows you to experience music as it is meant to be heard. Now your head is the concert hall. But don't take our word for it - hear the difference! Who's buying? Just as UE continues to meet the needs of all music listeners we see that our custom products also cater to all different categories from professional musicians to professional actors to professional athletes. Here is a sampling of some of our February 2008 shipments: Professional Musicians Paula Abdul Nelly Furtado Air Supply Spice Girls Offspring Jonas Brothers Journey Dancing with the Stars Avril Lavigne Fuel Heart Mary J. Blige Hillsong United Lifehouse Matchbox 20 Def Leppard Patti LaBelle Billy Bob Thorton Theater Blue Man Group Cirque du Soleil Actors Laurence Fishburne Kevin Sorbo Kristen Thomason Regina King Michael Chiklis Ben Silverman Professional Athletes Matt Leinert Sterling Sharpe Tom Brady (he bought 28 pairs for fellow New England teammates) Tony Romo (also bought 8 pairs for fellow Dallas Cowboy teammates Theres nothing out there like Ultimate Ears. There is no debate...theyre the best in the business! Tony Romo Quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. Click here to see a full list of all the professional recording artists using Ultimate Ears earphones. The Ultimate Ears®
The Ultimate Ears are the reason I am able to perform the way I do. Because of the Ultimate Ears I am able to hear everyone else on stage clearly and accurately, this is such a huge benefit to the band when we're playing live because it enables us to play with each other as if we're in the studio even though we're in front of thousands of people. It's truly amazing how much they help, I will never go back to anything else. -- Evan Taubenfeld Musical Director & Lead Guitarist Avril LavigneSee all Product Description
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I owned a pair of Etymotic 6i headphones for over two years (£70) which I found excellent at blocking external noise (I commute via an old & noisy train with screaming school kids). The 6i sound reproduction was even, giving crisp / fresh high notes; but they did lack bass (my favourite ear tips were the foam).
The Ultimate Ears (UEs) are broadly similar in design yet deliver three noticeable differences versus the 6i. The UEs are not discreet, the phones are angled to 'fire' the noise better (apparently) and generally have bigger drivers in the ends which makes them stick out a bit.
This comes on to my second point, the bigger drives make a great deal of difference to the quality of the bass; the 6i do not sound as rich as the UEs and the bass is simply incredible - it puts uber expensive hi-fi speakers to shame. Conversely the delicate highs are not lost in the UEs but I'd say in my subjective opinion and by a *very small margin* the 6i were better performers at this audio range.
I found the 6i sensitive to the output volume levels on the listening device but the UEs are twice as sensitive again. I'm operating at less than a quarter of the volume these days - you have to be so careful to turn the volume down before plugging in. The UE "user guide" goes so far to have a diagram of how a volume knob looks when it is set to low! (p13)
Overall the UEs do have it over the 6i but if you not so fussed about your bass (I'm guessing that's the minority of listeners) then spare the cash and go for the 6i.Read more ›
Canalphones aren't for everyone due to the isolating nature of their design - they cut out background noise by blocking it out rather than cancelling it out, which can result in some annoying side effects. With some 'phones users may experience footfall feedback (especially when walking on a hard surface wearing hard-soled shoes) or friction transmission (the sound of the cables rubbing against clothing or even the wind blowing over the cables when standing in a breeze).
I have experienced both of these problems badly with the Etymotic 6i's (maybe because their design intrudes quiet a long way into the ear) which made them unwearable for me (dreadful waste of £80). However, the UE pro 5-s suffer very low (hardly perceptible) levels of these two major irritating effects - but don't try eating when wearing them, is all you'll hear is your own chomping!!
The isolating is so effective that you can hardly hear a tube train pulling into the station when you're standing on the platform, even when listening at quite low volumes, and you're quite likely to miss any announcements from the driver about station closures or delays. Even your fellow passangers will appreciate them as there is absolutely no sound leakage.
I know that £115 may sound like a lot of money, but I really wish I'd bought these in the first place, I can't fault them at all.
i came across the ultimate ears 5 pro during my reading did not know anything about them so more reading and i started to like what i was reading, 2 drivers per phone, bass plentifull sounded just like what i was after i like my bass but also my clarity without being too harsh.
I have been into home cinema and hifi for many years i run 2 rel subs in my set up i have owned many headphones in my time but these pro5 have absolutely blown my mind i cannot believe how good they are.
music i know extreamly well is being brought to life with new realism and content i find the fit good with the small ends they isolate me from surrounding noise better than my noise canceling headphones that i also own and use i cannot praise them enough they are worth every penny.
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