Click to view our Accessibility Statement or contact us with accessibility-related questions
UE Reference Remastered Universal Fit IEMs

UE Reference Remastered Universal Fit IEMs

bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
602 requests
Product Description
A collaboration between Ultimate Ears and Capitol Studios, the Reference Remastered IEMs are the perfect complement to high-resolution files and players. This model has been remastered based on the sounds of Capitol Studios’ state-of-the-art facility and features UE’s proprietary True Tone drivers Read More

search
close
ScroogeMcDuck
262
Apr 12, 2023
No way I drop this kind of $ before trying. Many high end audio shops have testers for many items at this price point and sometimes deal in used ones at considerably lower price. Also many hi fi sites with people selling high end at good prices.
BET605
0
Jan 26, 2023
Buy a pair of Jerry Harvey if your gonna spend $900 on 3 armatures, get 6 or more for another $200
MusicLvr
22
Jan 26, 2023
BET605Once you get to buying iem’s above $250 it becomes more about tuning vs driver count. I’ve heard plenty of multi-driver iem’s that just don’t sound coherent or balanced.
(Edited)
Ivabign
139
Jan 21, 2023
Would be nice if Drop could have UE use the 'Capitol Records' logo on these instead of the generic 'UE' in a box, which is nicer than the old UE script IMO. But if I remember correctly there were a couple of buyers on a previous drop that were told the Capitol Records logo would be used, but ended up with the UE logo.... Then what do you do? Suck it up....
Myfi
1
Mar 19, 2019
Is there a balanced 2.5 mm cable that comes with these? Is there one available?
Warzen
4
Mar 16, 2019
Hi, is this comes with the ue superbax cable or just normal 3.5mm?
AdrianLam
0
Mar 14, 2019
Is the shell shape/size the same as the UERR To Go (i.e. the universal fit version) launched in Japan?
Happydreams
18
Mar 14, 2019
Is it possible to get these as customs?
BET605
0
Jan 26, 2023
HappydreamsGoogle Jerry Harvey Audio for customs.
DefifinitleyDea
26
Jan 27, 2023
BET605That's a completely different iem
ctw2450
5
Mar 13, 2019
I'm a 70y.o. rocker from the 60's. Will the Reference really be a substantial improvement over the UE Triple Fi 10's I've had for years?
TheOneAndOnly
16
Apr 12, 2023
ctw2450Those are classics and the first good IEMs I owned. They started it all for me. But yes, to answer your question. As great as they were back in the day, they are outclassed by even a few pairs of $200 IEMS I have. I actually prefer my Thieaudio Legacy 2's at $99. Check out the Thieaudio Monarch or Clairvoyance. They can be found for about $600. The Monarch MKII is even better, but IMHO not worth $400 more than the original. Or the DUNU SA6 is another favorite of mine at $550. Moondrop Blessing 2 is wonderful at about $200. They just came out with the 3 this week that I'm waiting on reviews for. It's about $230. It looks like they addressed the slight lack of bass/sub-bass of the 2s
Browroy
1
Aug 19, 2023
TheOneAndOnlywhat has been you experience with other brands? I presently am using a Moon Drop S8 as my IEM. Will these be better or any other suggestions
Fangtasia
9
Mar 13, 2019
For those who bought this: can we be friends?
kciNFuryNick
7
Mar 13, 2019
rofflemywaffle
30
Mar 13, 2019
Does this use their proprietary(ish) IPX connector or a more standard 2-pin or MMCX?
rantng
845
Mar 18, 2019
rofflemywaffleAll Ultimate Ears IEMs now use the IPX connector.
Showing 18 of 35
keyboard_arrow_up
Newest
35 OF 35 POSTS
keyboard_arrow_down
Oldest
Related Products