August 29th 2012 8:33 am

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conclusion:We like it

84 April 12th 2013 11:01 am

These are among the best Bluetooth headphones ever made, and are a great option if you want solid sound without wires -- but you'll pay a high price for the privilege. As Inner Fidelity points out, good Bluetooth headphones are "few and far between, in my experience, and the good ones are brutally expensive." IF calls the UE9000 "a pretty terrific compromise" with "very, very good" sound in wired mode, and "the best I've heard to date" over Bluetooth. Sound and Vision said there's "room for improvement," in part due to the fact that the noise-canceling features can't be turned off in Bluetooth Mode. S+V did, however, call the UE 9000 "a good headphone, overall."

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Critic reviews

8.4
8 reviews
  • Sound quality
    8.2
  • Design and form factor
    8.0
  • Comfort
    7.5
  • Noise isolation
    6.9
  • Durability
    9.1

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User reviews

8.2
4 reviews
  • Sound quality
    8.5
  • Design and form factor
    8.0
  • Comfort
    7.5
  • Noise isolation
    7.0
  • Durability | 1 comment
    6.7
8.0
PC Mag Dec 21, 2012

The Logitech UE 9000, which can be used as a wired or a wireless Bluetooth headphone pair, is a high-quality, but very expensive, option.

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8.0
Sound+Vision Feb 13, 2013

Overall, among the current crop of Bluetooth noise cancelers, the 9000 ends up somewhere midpack if you consider its balance of sound quality against features.

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9.0
Inner Fidelity Sep 29, 2012

I found the UE9000 a pretty terrific compromise of some fairly complicated factors. The sound quality was very, very good as a passively sealed, wired headphone. The noise canceling was good, but not great. It's Bluetooth performance, however, was the best I've heard to date.

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8.0
PC World Australia Jan 21, 2013

The high price of the Logitech UE 9000 is what’s stopping us recommending them outright. If you can find them for a significant discount where they begin to compete with the Audio-Technicas, Boses and Polk Audios in the sub-$400 price range, we’d give them serious consideration.

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10
What Hi-Fi Feb 6, 2013

They could do better in terms of refinement – but if it’s energy and entertainment you’re after (as well as Bluetooth), they’re pretty much spot-on.

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9.0
GottaBeMobile Mar 20, 2013

The Logitech UE 9000 headphones offer a premium music and movie listening experience at a reasonable price. The ability to listen to music and movies that sound better than my home theater, via my iPhone and without any wires, is reason enough to love the headphones.

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8.0
TrustedReviews Mar 6, 2013

The Logitech UE 9000 wireless headphones have a richer feature set than just about any other set of cans on the market ... All these extra bits and bobs send the price sky high though, and the fidelity of the sound can’t match the best at £300.

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8.0
Gadget Review Nov 9, 2012

The Logitech UE 9000 will not disappoint in any way. Performance, looks and comfort on this one will be hard to match. Of course this is all after you have recovered from the expenditure.

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9.0
Quake Quake

Why I rate this high? Well read this. TL;DR Look at what type of user you are, audiophile, bass-head, or just someone that has some extra cash and way too much songs in your iTunes library? Well if you answered yes to any of those, i would say this would be a well worth saving money for. On to...

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