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Beats Solo HD On-Ear Headphone (Drenched in Pink)

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Matte Pink
  • Solo HD High-performance with advanced driver design that allows you to enjoy every studio nuance of your favorite music. Deeper bass, bolder midrange, and cleaner, undistorted highs, long-wearing, comfortable that keeps the sound in and noise out
  • Advanced driver design for precise audio clarity
  • Beat Studio sound, in a smaller, lighter on-ear design
  • Compact and incredibly lightweight, the tri-fold design allows Solos to fit into the included compact carrying case
  • Cleaning cloth with antimicrobial treatment polishes and controls germs.
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Beats Solo HD On-Ear Headphone (Drenched in Pink) + CASEBUDi Headphone Case - Pink - Compatible with many Beats by Dr Dre Headphones - including Studio, Solo, Solo HD, and Wireless
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Color: Matte Pink
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Product Details

Color: Matte Pink
  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.9 x 5.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00ETI1O04
  • Item model number: BT ON SOL CW2 PNK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,471 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 13, 2013

Product Description

Color: Matte Pink

Beats Solo HD headphones look as good as they sound. Drenched in color, these Beats are the first to feature matching ear cups, cord, and headband in a unique matte finish with a reflective Beats logo. Compact enough to fit in your bag, Solo HD headphones deliver the superior sound of Beats by Dr. Dre products.

Features

Clearer Sound. Deeper Bass.

Titanium-coated driver technology ensures Beats Solo HD on-ear headphones preserve sound and accurately reproduce all the details of your music. You get crystal clear highs and deep, rumbling lows in high-definition making these lightweight headphones perfect for long listening sessions.

Durable & Flexible

Every pair is constructed of durable, flexible material, and reinforced with a metal strip. The unique folding design makes these headphones perfect for life on the road.

Built-in Mic for Calls.

Switch easily between songs and incoming calls with the matching in-line control and mic. No more searching for your phone or music player.

Unboxed
  • Beats Solo HD on-ear headphones
  • In-line remote & mic cable (smart phone compatibility may vary)
  • Carrying case
  • Weight (kg): 0.16
  • Height (mm): 197
  • Length of cable (m): 1.361
  • Type of jack: 3.5 mm
Product Highlights
  • Original Beats sound profile
  • Active Noise Control to cancel ambient noise
  • Durable lightweight design for comfort on the commute
  • In-line mic and remote to control calls, volume, and tracks

About Beats Audio

The company's mission is to provide a superior end-to-end music experience &mdash with headphones, speakers, devices, and services — so fans feel the emotion and hear the music the way artists intended it to sound from the studio.


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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
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Amazing sound quality!
Joshua Pham
Note*** I have owned 2 pairs of these headphones, the first pair lasted close to 5 months before the left side completely stopped working.
Drake
Christmas gift for my son, and he loves them.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,393 of 1,537 people found the following review helpful By John T. Shea on January 5, 2012
Color Name: White
Just for the record, I'm not your typical jaded 'beats hater', largely (well probably solely) because I didn't plunk down my own hard-earned cash on these expecting to be blown away. I simply had a bunch of Macy's store credit and gift cards with no better place to go than on some new cans. I figured they would be disappointing but passable and that's exactly what they are. Do they sound like junk? Not to me. I'm not an audiophiles, but I know sound reproduction, and to my ear, these sound like about your average $60 pair of lower-end Sonys or mid-level Skullcandys..not bad, but certainly not good either. The bass response is, sonically speaking, the best part of these phones. It's detailed and full without being overpowering, however it is a bit 'boomy' meaning you get the distorted pop on vocals beginning with the letters p and b, especially at higher volumes...and being that these puppies aren't very sensitive, you will find yourself listening to your music up pretty high. Aside from the bass, the rest of the sonic spectrum is very unspectacular on the Solos. I wouldn't exactly call it muddy, it's more just that the mids aren't detailed or crisp enough and there is not nearly enough musical separation.

Look, let's just call it what it is, the Beats Concept is not based on great sound, it's based on making a fashion statement. The packaging is slick, they look fantastic, and they let everyone know you have $200-$400 to throw down on a pair of headphones. Sound-wise, they simply sound nowhere remotely close to what you would and should expect from a $200 set of phones. To be fair, I would probably give them 3 stars were they not so comically overpriced, as the build quality seems acceptable, the bass response downright enjoyable, and to be frank-the look is just downright smokin'.
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185 of 208 people found the following review helpful By tonrey11 on January 20, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
My son wanted these last year for Christmas. As a former DJ, and having working knowledge about sound and equipment, I was totally against forking over $200 for a pair of headphones just because it has Dr. Dre's name on it, knowing that I could get headphones with comparable or better sound for much less money. After saying, "the hell with it, it's what the kid wants", I caved in and bought them, still saying to myself, "it's not worth it". After being able to pry them off his head about a week later, I tried them and was pleasantly surprised. They were very light and comfortable. The bass was awesome but not overpowering and the highs were clean and crisp. Definitely one the best over the ear sets I've tried. I frequently make digital recordings of old mixes and vinyl and I use these to tweak and EQ the final files. There are plenty of quality headphones in this range from Pioneer, Bose, Sony, Senheiser, and Skull Candy, just to name a few. And many will come in at $20-30 less. But these really look and sound good and what's a few more bucks in Dre's pocket to make your kid happy?
One important thing. These scratch and can crack easily if dropped. My son dropped his and a small piece broke off. I contacted the manufacturer (Monster), and was able to return them for a new pair.
Would I buy them again or recommend them? I already have. I got them for my daughter this Christmas.
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341 of 421 people found the following review helpful By J. Gilliland on August 10, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
The Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Solo HD headphones in my opinion are ok. I'm no audiophile but I do appreciate music and have a great ear for hearing slight differences. I recently purchased these after having my Bose on ear headphones for a few years (was very pleased with them) and decided to try the solo hd's because they are both on-ear models and was looking for a new pair. Having compared the two for a while now I will be returning the Solo HD's for a few reasons. This review is to compare the Bose on ear vs. the solo hd's

Style: give it to the monster beats, sleek design with gloss finish. You will definately be noticed with these headphones and not in a bad way.

Portability: monster wins with this again. Both come with carrying cases. While I do like the bose because the case seems more duable the collapse-able design of the beats is a bit smaller and has a small sleave to fit the cord into. Speaking of cords the monster cord that comes with the beats is much better than the bose. Just buy holding/looking at the cord it is way more durable, tangle free, and gold plated. Monster also makes a perfect length cable as well. The bose cord I found for me, got tangled easily, very thing, and doesn't seem half as durable.

Sound: This goes to the BOSE headphones. While the beats has a very good bass and it's not distorted it's lost when it comes to hearing highs and the treble seemed a little off. I listened everything from R&B to hip-hop and the beats was amazing. Then I listened to some classical, pop, and rock. The beats lost me when it came to those genre's and it was almost like a "muddy" sound, not as crisp. I listen to the same songs using the BOSE and it was a very clear difference as the mids/highs were much better in the BOSE.
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112 of 137 people found the following review helpful By cheese on December 23, 2013
Color Name: Matte Green
Now i have to say they do look very cool. They are very stylish. But to be honest the sound and quality is not very good. They are made of plastic. It looks like they would they wouldn't last very long unless you took very good care of them. Ill give them that they are actually pretty comfortable. Now when you put them on you'll hear that it has some great bass. But the bass doesn't sound like its supposed to, it muds out the mids and highs. Dr dre intended these earphones to be used for rap and hip hop. Now i suppose if you don't care for sound quality and all you care is for the swag then go ahead and buy them. But they really aren't worth that much money.
I have some vmodas, and to be honest they have way better bass and more bass than beats. They are the all around the best bass head headphones you can get. They have way better highs and mids and are practically indestructible. They are better in every way (except for looks, but they do look pretty cool tho). They are even better than beats studios and are only about 150 dollars.
Now i know you want to get the beats because all your friends have them, but the truth is that you can get a lot more quality for your money. If you do decide to buy them tho i suggest you get the beats pros instead and that you buy them from craiglist so you can pay what they are actually worth.
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