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Beats Studio 2.0 Wired Over-Ear Headphone - Titanium
- Dual-Mode Adaptive Noise Canceling
- Iconic Beats sound
- 20 hour rechargeable battery with fuel gauge
- Take calls and control music with RemoteTalk cable
- What's in the box: Beats Studio over-ear headphones, 3.5mm audio cable with RemoteTalk, 3.5 mm audio cable, USB 2.0 cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B), USB power adapter, hard-shell carrying case with carabineer clip
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Top Customer Reviews
6 months later: The stitching on the part that actually goes around your ear (these are OverEar headphones) starts to unravel. On the right side, I can now see the comfortable styrofoam cushion! On the left side, a different part of the cushion is beginning to come apart.
This set of headphones is likely an exception, since I have heard so many great things about beats. Just a heads-up. Take it with a grain or two of salt. But you may want to save all of the packaging.... I was SO excited, I threw all of the instructions and packaging away, even the manual!
Now they are not charging at all. Red light blinks. What to do? Did some research and found the way to reset them (hold power & mute buttons for 5 secs). Headphones are working again.
Since the meteoric rise of Beats in the last 4-5 years or so has essentially not just brought quality sound to more people, but literally created a whole new category of headphones to choose from. Do my Beats sound good? Absolutely. Do they sound great? Well, this is where I'm going to get some flak, but in my personal & professional opinion, no, they don't. I can think of a number of headphones which can evenly match the Beats for bass quality--and yet will cost you less than a third the price. Face it, these headphones are expensive. Do they offer the bang for the buck you forked out, though? No, not even close. When looking for headphones however, I must admit that I look for a few things that not everyone searches for...like durability for instance. Wearing headphones for long periods of time requires comfort as well. Sound is mighty important, but ranks 3rd in my list of what I buy, and may actually be MORE important to you than it is for me.
Let me break it down:
Durability: 5 stars. I believe that these phones are really manufactured well, and that is a very STRONG point for me.
Comfort: 4 stars. Good, but not enough for a full 5 stars and please keep in mind that EVERYONE'S head is different. What fits me perfectly may not fit you well at all. It is CRITICAL that you try them out in advance for this reason alone whenever possible.
Sound: 3 stars. Lots of bass? Yeah...but I need the entire sound spectrum, not just the low end.
Being an amazon top reviewer has afforded me the opportunity to be exposed to a lot more products than I otherwise may be able to afford. People seek me out regularly and email asking if I would be interested in trying out their products in exchange for a fair review. That is how I came to own these Beats...otherwise I seriously doubt I could have been able to purchase them considering their price.
Being in radio I have noticed one major thing over the years: the pair of headphones that are worn the most by those in the business for 10 years or longer is without question, Sony MDR 7506's. By a margin of probably 8 to 1 Sony's really ARE the industry standard. They are also MUCH cheaper, which really IS a sticking point if you ask me. Great sound is one thing, but for the price, I know of several which will give you the same quality for a LOT less--experience counts.
Long story short, yes the Beats are good headphones. Built very well, and even above average for comfort--but for the price, I honestly believe these headphones are ridiculously over-priced. However, if you can afford them and absolutely MUST have a pair of phones that'll impress your friends, by all means go ahead and spend the extra $$.
I think dr. dre should be more focus on selling quality product rather than giving millions of dollars to superstars to promote their product.
They are not enhancing their quality because people keeps on buying this over priced headphones just because of it's looks.
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Worked great for a few weeks now will not!