Logitech UE 9000 Wireless Headphones give you the full power and presence of the music on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch – without wires or distractions. These advanced headphones combine custom-made, laser-tuned drivers and high-quality Bluetooth for a spacious soundstage and a remarkable level of power, punch and clarity. Active noise-cancelling technology filters out ambient noise and intuitively placed controls allow you to easily select songs, turn up the volume or answer a call. For maximum comfort, the UE 9000s feature plush memory foam cushions; flex-fit, rotating joints; and a sumptuous, form-fitting, around-the-ear design that conforms to the contours of your head.
- UE Sound Signature delivers pure, undiluted audio
- Spacious soundstage with remarkable power, punch and clarity
- High-quality music streaming from Bluetooth-enabled iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
- Active noise cancellation filters out ambient noise for an immersive listening experience
- Long-life rechargeable battery
- Super-comfortable design with plush memory foam earpads, flex-fit rotating joints and adjustable padded headband
- Built-in mic plus on-ear music and call controls—change tracks, adjust volume, pause and answer/end calls
- Portable fold-flat design and molded protective travel case
Did you notice?Easy Bluetooth wireless connectivity, UE Sound Signature and active noise cancellation deliver a peak music experience.
Apple Recommends ForListen wirelessly to music on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and take calls from your iPhone.
What's in the Box?
- Logitech UE 9000 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
- Cable with on-cord mic and controls
- Molded travel case
- 1/4-inch adapter jack
- USB charging cable and USB AC adapter
- Microfiber polishing cloth
- Use documentation
- Frequency Response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
- Impedance: 32 ohms, 1 kHz
- Other Features: Active Noise Cancelling,Batteries Required,With Remote and Mic,Sound Isolating,Stereo Bluetooth,Wireless
- Form Factor: Over Ear
- Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
- Mfr. Part Number: 982-000092
- UPC or EAN No.: 5099206038936
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Ratings & Reviews
Receiving & unboxing the UE 9000s was an absolute delight. The attention to detail & quality of the packaging scream that hear is Receiving & unboxing the UE 9000s was an absolute delight. The attention to detail & quality of the packaging scream that hear is a product that we are extremely proud of. It certainly made me feel that if they'd paid this much attention to detail with the packaging there was a fair chance that the same level of care and attention was applied to the design and assembly of the product. The exterior of the cups are not gloss black (as I was expecting) but rather a beautiful blue/black with a perfectly discreet ability to subtly alter colour (ever so slightly) when exposed to bright sunlight. It's the sort of finish that would cost a small fortune if ordered as part of your new Audi or BMW specification.!
The headphones themselves are beautiful. Beautifully designed and built from quality materials (primarily metal & a composite used in the manufacturing of high end spectacles). They're not the lightest but are extremely comfortable. I had read that some people had found that the ear cups were too small. I have big sticky out ears that were a constant source of ribbing in my school days. My ears fit the cups perfectly; it's snug but in no way whatsoever uncomfortable. I have found that my ears get hot & sweaty but the temperature has been high twenties and I think that it's a feature of over ear headphones rather than a particular problem with this design. They'll be wonderful during the colder months for sure. The Bluetooth keeps connected without any hiss, pops or bangs provided you remain within sight (or close to within sight of the music source). If you wander too far, there is just a brief dropout which is soon rectified. The Bluetooth seems to buffer the music which doesn't bother me at all. Avid SongPop addicts may do better to attach the chord to totally eliminate any potential lag caused by the buffering process when they're doing battle.!
Set up could not have been easier. You can pair up to eight devices to the headphones; a process that is as easy as it could possibly be. Battery life is very good and if the battery runs out you can continue to listen to your music via the (supplied) lead. In this configuration the noise cancellation is inactive. When using Bluetooth the noise cancellation is effective at keeping external noise from interfering with sound quality but when the noise cancelling is used without listening to music I can hear little or no benefit beyond the passive insulation offered by the soft cups. I suspect that BOSE are still best in this regard if it's important to you although you will, of course, lose the cordless option whilst listening to music. The internal battery is user removable and replaceable should the need arise.
Sound quality is simply outstanding. I used to run a pair of stripped down Quad electrostatic speakers. The sound quality reminds me so much of that glorious sound but with the benefit of a really well integrated sub woofer (something that was notoriously difficult to do with the Quads). If you listening to music that is of roughly CD quality you'll not need to utilise any tone controls or graphic equalisers. The music will shine just as nature (or the producer) intended. If you don't know what stripped down Quad electrostatics sound like, I'm very sorry, but there really isn't anything else that I've ever heard that sounds so.. just right.. and yes.. there really are times when it does feel like there's been a subwoofer implanted into your head but it's only apparent when the music demands it. Am I impressed.?.. you bet.!.. Would I recommend them.?.. Definitely.!.. …
- Written by Adrian R from LONDON
3 of 3 people found this useful
They make pop sounds (2 or 3 ) on my iPod touch5 between numbers . They also
seems to get behind,and then have to catch up in the They make pop sounds (2 or 3 ) on my iPod touch5 between numbers . They also
seems to get behind,and then have to catch up in the start of the next number,and
do play to fast for a second or 2.This is when i am using bluetooth.They play all right when they are connected to the iPod with a wire.
They sound ok-not as good as my Onkyo DP 600 Studio Monitor headphones.
They are pretty heavy- not for street walking .
- Written by Bo B from KØBENHAVN NV
1 of 2 people found this useful
These things are now my most treasured possession. Being a clumsy oaf I constantly get tangled up in my headphone leads, and it's These things are now my most treasured possession. Being a clumsy oaf I constantly get tangled up in my headphone leads, and it's always a nuisance negotating the cable when you want to change songs, adjust volume etc. It's SO much more comfortable using a wireless headset.
The sound is fantastic, and all the controls you need are right there on the headset, so you don't even need to dig your phone out of your pocket to adjust your music. Phone calls shut off the music and you can answer them by clicking a button on the headset.
They're also very comfortable and they look beautiful. Guaranteed to make any other headphone wearer you meet instantly feel like a bit of a loser.
Also - they worked perfectly, without a hitch, from the word go. It took literally seconds to link up to my phone and get started.
Although it doesn't say so on the Apple website, these work perfectly with my non-Apple phone, so they should connect to any other Bluetooth enabled devide with no problem.
The only drawback I can think of is that I'm sure I'll get mugged at some point for wearing these. But it seems a small price to pay. …
- Written by Malcolm L from London
14 of 15 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Which version of the Bluetooth are these headphones running ?
- Asked by Darius S from Saratoga
The UE9000 uses the Bluetooth 2.1+EDR protocol.
- Answered by J David P from Edmond
How heavy are these? Are they comfortable if worn for an hour or so?
- Asked by John H from Greenwood
They are relatively heavy, but it doesn't cause comfort issues for me. I wear them in the backyard w They are relatively heavy, but it doesn't cause comfort issues for me. I wear them in the backyard while playing fetch with the dogs..several hours with no probs. Especially nice in cold weather because they keep your ears warm. In warm weather you might have a little ear sweat. …
- Answered by J David P from Edmond
Can you listen to audio with just the audio cable and noise canceling/bluetooth turned off?
- Asked by Tito B from Palo Alto
what type of charging connector are they fitted with?
- Asked by David R
Micro USB-B, and the one I purchased did not fit well into the charge port. I purchased an after ma Micro USB-B, and the one I purchased did not fit well into the charge port. I purchased an after market cable which worked just fine. Better to spend 10$ on a good cable than to risk damaging a 400$ headphone by jamming and jerking around with the stock cable. …
- Answered by J David P from Edmond