Ultrasone S-Logic

S-LogicTM Natural Surround Sound – To hear is like to see: 3-dimensional

Unique? Yes! Revolutionary? Definitely! The patented S-Logic™ technology is described as Natural Surround Sound System. No other digital surround system can compare with this standard.

Normal headphones create the impression that the music is coming from a point between listener’s ears.

Ultrasone’s patented S-Logic™ Natural Surround Sound Technology puts the listener within a three-dimensional presentation.

As the sound of a normal headphones will sound direct and even on both sides, the S-Logic™ system pushes the sound around your head! It appears as though you are listening to speakers meters away. Even at very low levels, this spacious sound allows you to hear and listen to each and every individual sound. And on top of that, the S-Logic™ technology does not require additional equipment!

How does S-LogicTM Natural Surround Sound work?

S-Logic™ sends music around your head not just into it, because this technology uses decentralized driver positioning. Did you know that you use and need the outer ear for your three-dimensional understanding to define the direction and distance where a sound comes from? Instead of hitting the inner ear directly, with S-Logic™ the signals are reflected off the surface of the outer ear in different directions before entering the auditory canal to create a natural three-dimensional Sound. S-Logic™ is the only headphone system which includes your entire sense of hearing. S-Logic™ does not change your personal hearing, it intensifies it for your individual needs and listening pleasure. S-Logic™ does neither need artificial echo nor digital sound processing or cross over run time delay.

You can hear the sound just the way the sound engineer has mastered it.

Watch Ultrasone’s video presentation of S-Logic

Safer hearing

NuForce’s S-Logic™ Natural Surround Sound System allows listening at significantly lower sound pressure levels, thus ensuring hours of fatigue-free enjoyment without the risk of hearing damage.