Lets's Talk Computers - Logitech  May 30, 2009
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Interview on May 30, 2009
Exceptional Sound from Small Earphones     Guest: Sophie Le Guen
Logitech International, a Swiss public company traded on the SIX Swiss Exchange (LOGN) and on the NASDAQ Global Select Market (LOGI), provides intuitive devices that people use to connect to the digital world.

Sophie Le Guen, Product Manager for Logitech's Consumer Earphone line and Ultimate Ears, well-known in the music industry for creating high-quality in-ear monitors, will talk about a series of earphones that will provide that rich sound that you've missing while you are on the go. Ultimate Ears earphones offer a full range of choices that will satisfy those who want just want to escape, others who seek total immersion and even true audiophiles in search of a studio-quality experience.
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