Ultimate Ears: How music was meant to be heard

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You've never listened to your Zune like THIS before. I used to think headphones are headphones are headphones - but now I know that's not the case. Musicians know their stuff and they need the highest quality, most precise audio in their ears and that's why most on-stage performers use Ultimate Ears. There's actually an insane amount of technology all crammed into that little tiny earpiece. I wish you could all experience what I heard but take a look at this clip and I'm sure you'll get a better understanding of how music was meant to be heard.

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    Matthew Mushall

    Damn, Laura!  I love the hair.

    Time to look into some ultimate ears for myself.

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    Matthew Mushall

    Damn, Laura!  I love the hair.

    Time to look into some ultimate ears for myself.

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    Ted Bracewell

    :o You're brunette now? Or is that your arch-nemesis alter-ego SHRUG? YES! 3 year old G4 reference for the win! Smiley

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    Ted Bracewell

    :o You're brunette now? Or is that your arch-nemesis alter-ego SHRUG? YES! 3 year old G4 reference for the win! Smiley

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    Matthew Mushall

    Good point...what ever happened to Shrug? *shrugs*

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    Matthew Mushall

    Good point...what ever happened to Shrug? *shrugs*

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    Dengin

    Ooh, Artificial Intelligence! Kidding! Love that color on you. That's some cool stuff though, I am always looking to get a better audio experience from my personal audio systems.

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    Dengin

    Ooh, Artificial Intelligence! Kidding! Love that color on you. That's some cool stuff though, I am always looking to get a better audio experience from my personal audio systems.

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    Barry Hawkey

    Cool tech....but I just couldn't stand listening to their PR guy.  He was just SO earnest, and SO laid back and SO rehearsed.  The first guy was a LOT more trustworthy.

    What do they call those guys?  Early adopters, who get so excited they go out and spread the word?  Evangelists, right?

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    Barry Hawkey

    Cool tech....but I just couldn't stand listening to their PR guy.  He was just SO earnest, and SO laid back and SO rehearsed.  The first guy was a LOT more trustworthy.

    What do they call those guys?  Early adopters, who get so excited they go out and spread the word?  Evangelists, right?

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