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- 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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|Item Dimensions||6.86 x 9.14 x 5.28 in||4.5 x 8.2 x 5.8 in||5.8 x 8.2 x 4.5 in||6.9 x 9 x 5.2 in||7 x 5 x 5 in|
|Item Weight||5.64 ounces||1 ounces||1 ounces||5.64 ounces||0.04 ounces|
|Additional Features||foldable, lightweight, volume-control||foldable, ios-phone-control, lightweight, volume-control||—||foldable, lightweight, volume-control||foldable, volume-control|
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.
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.
- 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
- 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.
Top Customer Reviews
How to tell if your beats are fake, Matte Red Beats Edition:
1) Beats logo on each headphone doesn't look metallic, glossy, or "sparkly". It instead looks plastic and grey.
2) The metal bands look phony, and completely unlike any actual metal.
3) The color of the whole box itself is a cheap, lighter red. The authentic Matte Red Beats box appears deeper, with a shadows accentuating the indentations of the Headphones on the box.
4) The audio jack is supposed to be the same color and blend in with the rest of the headset. A rip-off audio jack is white and looks like it will fall out at any given moment.
The best way to guarantee an authentic purchase would be to simply buy them from an authorized dealer, or in person. Ordered a pair from Wal-mart for a sweet price and everything about my order was perfect.
I wanted to like the Sennheiser's I reviewed, I've always liked their brand and had mostly positive experiences with their products. I even wanted to like the Monster headphones just because I remember when Monster was a company that made stereo cables. I've loved the Bose I ended up with and loved them so much that I bought my wife a pair for Christmas since she kept "borrowing" mine to workout with. I'll admit, I really didn't want to like anything about these Beats. Every kid that is friends with our kids comes in our house with a pair on. While I wouldn't say I'm a big Dr. Dre follower, I do at least respect his music and production skills, especially back in the early 90s on The D.O.C. album. Having said that, I still saw these as nothing more than a high-priced pair of trendy headphones.
Our daughter asked for green Beats. I click on the Amazon page for green and they were not only on Lightning Deal, they were discontinued, dropping the price nearly seventy percent. I really don't know that I could have forced myself to buy them at full price.
When they came, I was the first one to open them and test them out. I had already told our daughter I got them for her and she could have them early since she visits her grandparents out of state during the holidays.
My responses ranged from "not bad" to "not as much boomy bass as I expected." That can be changed, especially if you have the Beats software on your PC or phone. At the factory settings they are not bad at all. I still think they are overpriced, but I don't really know the value of "cool". The sound reproduction reminded me of most of the mid-tier Sennheiser's I've used over the years. Good bass, decent mids, above average highs and vocal reproduction. Would I buy them for myself? No. Were they better than the Bose OE (which are cheaper than the Beats)? No. That's my opinion though. I'm not for sure what genre of music these headphones would be best for. I didn't think they added anything special to rap, thought they were muddy and inconsistent with progressive rock and metal, okay for pop, that Despicable Me 2 song about being happy sounds good on them. And our daughter loves them.
She's fairly into music and not any certain genre. She complained about her old PC speakers "sounding deflated" which I would guess means not full. She also had been using her earbuds that came with her cellphone, but said they "sound tiny". Maybe she's picking up on nuances in music. Still, I'm being realistic with you, these wouldn't be recommended to any adults I know. Having said that, let me say I do like the design and fit of them. I probably would rate them a 3.5 if given the option, but will bump them up to a 4 since our daughter hasn't had anything negative to say about them. I'll take her word or lack of complaints as saying they're pretty good overall. She listened to them quite a bit in her room so the lack of complaints don't look to have anything to do with them being trendy.
Still wouldn't have bought them if I hadn't got such a good price on them and would knock off at least one star if I had paid full price for them. That amounts to me saying they're not as good as our neighborhood kids tell me they are, but they're not as bad as I thought they would be. Seem to be well-enough made and came with a nice case for carrying them.