Logitech Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Custom Monitors releasing this February

By Koushik Saha on 15.1.10

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Music zealots can now get their hands on the newest offering from Logitech, the Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Custom Monitors. Bringing the sound definition and clarity to one’s band, these in-ear monitors adorn a six-speaker design and have been handcrafted to provide a comfortable fit while reducing the ambient noise by 26dBs. They have been designed for performing artists as well as audiophiles.

The Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Custom Monitors with its proprietary six-speaker design can effortlessly fit six individually tuned drivers in each ear. It brings in amazing instrument and vocal clarity in the mid range and also extended sound reproduction of the high notes and powerful and visceral low end.

“Ultimate Ears is synonymous with live stage performance, and the Ultimate Ears 18 Pro monitors are an extension of this lineage,” said Philippe Depallens, Logitech vice president and general manager of the Ultimate Ears product unit. “These new in-ear monitorsare our next-generation, top-of-the-line professional monitors that build on decades of music and technology expertise. With the Ultimate Ears 18 Pro monitors, you get the distinctive Ultimate Ears sound signature you expect and deserve.”

Apart from the six-speaker design, Ultimate Ears’ latest monitors combine four-way crossovers with acoustic and electrical tuning, patent-pending triple-sound channels and a new low-distortion cable. Every sound channel provides an acoustically tuned in-line filter to keep the frequencies separate and balanced till they blend in the user’s ears and not the monitor.

The Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Custom Monitors also offer compatibility with wireless transmission systems and portable media devices. They come dressed in a rugged, personalized aluminum roadie box to withstand the rigorous tours.

The Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Custom Monitors are said to hit shelves in February for a suggested retail price of US$1350 (approx Rs. 61,676). Well, this price does not include the cost to have a qualified audiologist create your ear impressions while the optional ambient noise function can be included for an additional US$50.

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