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Ultimate Ears 3 Studio In-Ear Earphones
Review by: Steve
Edited by: Ji4m
Provided by: Ultimate Ears
Price: $137 Canadian

Metallica, Aerosmith, Nickelback, Christina Aguilera, what do they all have in common? They're just an extremely tiny part of the massive list of professional musicians who use Ultimate Ears custom in-ear earphones on stage and in the studio. For years professional musicians have sworn by their Ultimate Ears products when performing. Not only do they offer a great way to hear your monitor mix, but they also serve a very critical role in protecting and prolonging your hearing. For home users though, affording a $1000 pair of custom in-ear earphones isn't exactly something every kid with an iPod can do. That's why we're here today, to show you to the Ultimate Ears 3 Studio in-ear earphones. These are from a small range of consumer level, generic fit earphones that Ultimate Ears offers.

In The Box:
(1) Set of 3 Studio in-ear earphones
(1) Manual
(1) Cleaning tool
(1) Stylish aluminium case
(1) Bag of different sized tips
(1) Airline adapter (1/8" attenuator)


Earphone: Type In-ear
Speaker: Type Single driver: Full range precision balanced armature
Input Sensitivity: 115dB/mW
Impedance: 13 Ohms (at 1Khz)
Cable Length: 46 inches
Weight: 0.5 oz.
Input connector: 1/8" (3.5mm) Gold plated
Noise isolation: 26 dB



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