• 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Gavin S from Belleville

    I went to fold so I can store away. Left side snapped. If you want a brand that is higher quality, I recommend Bose. Last time I’m buying Beats

    2 of 5 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound quality, poor construction

    • Written by Matthew B from Gilbert

    I bought these for my birthday since my old headphones failed. I love the ability to quickly pair and the active noise cancellation is excellent. Unfortunately, after just over a month of daily use they have begun to crack on the headband, near one of the earphones. I really expected a product that costs over $300 to be better constructed. I don't abuse them or use them in an unusual setting - they're my go to for working in an open office environment.

    2 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    disappointing, really discomfortable on ear

    • Written by Md Abdullah Al M from Scarborough

    It feels really heavy on head and feel pressured on the ear. Very discomfortable waring it over the ear. Sound quality is not good at all. Quality of the sound is same or lower compare to any of the $60 amazon product. If I am wearing this headset and listen to a music or something in shared space like a train, the fellow individuals can almost hear everything, what is the point of wearing such a big headset then?

    0 of 1 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Phone Quality Poor, Noise Cancelling so so, Heavy on the head and neck

    • Written by Seung Hoo M from Singapore

    I can’t help but thinking that the people who think the sound quality of BEATS is good might not have enough experience with other headsets. For me, this purchase was a complete failure.

    Sound Quality NOT so great considering its price, Phone Quality is Bad. Bluetooth Connectibility also NOT Solid, Battery does NOT last as long as it promises. One of the most annoying thing about the design is that the headset bites my hair every time I use it. If you have a short hair, your hair will NOT stuck I guess. But for me, EVERY Single time it bites my hair and as I take the headset off, my air gets pulled out. So annoying. This was not only happening to me but also other colleagues of mine who bought the same one have exactly same issue. As far as weight goes, the Headset is NOT light. After a couple of hours you DO feel the weight at the top of your head. You feel the weight and the pressure on top of your head and also your neck if you wear it after a couple of hours. NOT a comfortable headset. So unfortunately after using it about 5 times? It is now just sitting at home. I had used couple of other brands before and just before this BEATS, I was using JVC. JVC quality was much better than this. Phone quality was clear and bluetooth connection was rock solid. I felt very comfortable using it any time and anywhere, NO issue with Sweat during workout, Phone quality was completely stable. And I paid 100 US for it. But with BEATS, which is much more expensive about 3 times more, the bluetooth losees its connection when JVC’s doesn’t. And every time the person who is on the other side of the phone line complains that they can’t hear me well or the background sound is too loud. The wind and background noise get all picked up and the person on the other side of the line could NOT hear me well.

    So In the end the headset become just a display in my phome. Honestly I am not going to buy another BEATS Product unless drastic improvement takes place and the product quality gets better overall. As far as sound quality goes, my best experience is Bose. They have an aswesome After service. I plan to buy QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II and get rid of BEATS.

    4 of 5 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Terrible, cheap, garbage

    • Written by Nick T from Jeffersonton

    Made very cheaply. Here is why:
    They don't include a charger.
    The cable that is included doesn't fit Apple chargers.
    There is a standard headphones cable, but not one that works with iihone. Apparently Apple includes that adapter in the phone box.
    Very flimsy.
    Speakers are very tiny and don't fit over the adult ear. They are like baby headphones.
    They look funny on the head.
    They don't stay extended on the setting, because the plastic is so flimsy and cheap.
    They flop around and slide off your head, because the plastic is so flimsy.

    Keep these things in mind when you decide to pay $300 plus for a pair of headphones.

    16 of 49 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Where is the wall plug to charger?

    • Written by Vincent R from Pinole

    It is so crazy to me that these headphones don't come with a wall plug to charge them! this is literally my second pair of beats studio, my first pair (although older) came with a wall plug!!! Apple is really cheeping out when it comes to these headphones.

    24 of 85 people found this useful