• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    The worst value in headphones

    They sound like premium airplane headphones, actually better put, like thumping trash, and i personally feel bad to anyone who got fleeced. If u don't trust me (which is understandable) look to any reputable reviewer to see what I mean. If u have any care where your money goes and you want premium high quality headphones made by a reputable and well respected company look at the Sennheiser momentum wireless, a generally well received pair of headphones with a a better feature set. Don't put your money into a product that simply wants to make the best margins for the company.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Overpriced

    These headphones sound half as good as the bose Q35. I see most people comparing them to Q25s which are older cheaper headphones that are 200 some odd dollars. The Bose Q35 are 50$ cheaper AND have replaceable parts. They have way better sound and are definitely better in comfort.

    4 of 5 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beats are beats

    I'm a producer, and in this world, I had never feel so good with another headphones, Beats Pros are the best headphones ever....

    1 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Superb quality and endurement

    Bought my Beats Pro in 2012. Until then I owned a lot of different headphones, but they all broke within the year or two years max, this made me chose to buy some decent quality. The aluminum body makes it heavy but also very sturdy. I still use the headphone frequently to this day and still there are no defects or visual displeasing. The sound quality is amazing, every time I use my earpods and come back to this headphone it's mind-blowing. The ability to connect other headphones to it is a nice feature. If I have to mention one minor thing, the cover which is supplied with the headphone is a bag in which the headphone doesn't even fit, that's kind of a bummer. But who needs a cover when your headphone is resistant to almost everything. Still pleased with my purchase!

    1 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Sound great, but broken headphones aren't good

    I purchased these at the Apple Store in San Francisco August 2015. I really didn't need them, but thought they sounded great and figured, what the heck. I ended up using them about 10 times over two years. This wasn't hard use, just sitting in my home office and listening to music. Well, I went to put them on today and they broke. Just from putting them on. So ridiculous. I had heard this was an issue and now i know it to be true. Disappointing thing is that I am sure Apple knows it to be true as well, but wouldn't make an exception for me and will not repair the headphones. In order to repair, it will cost roughy $160. Super glue will probably do the trick, but that is lame. This is the first time Apple as a company has let me down. As a result, I will NEVER buy Beats products again. Bose from here on out. Apple will still get me for iPhones, iPads and MacBook Pros, but never again for this defective, poorly built product.

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Heavy and uncomfortable headphones

    I've own several headphones before buying this Beats Pro, being the predecessor the Studio 2. What I've found is that using the headphones for too long it causes ear pain, they become very uncomfortable for me. Also their weight, it might seem ok in the beginning but with time they become an extra weight in your head that you wish you didn't had before.

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    OUCH!

    these headphones really hurt my ears and give me a headache. I mean my ears NOT my ear drums. the cushion does little to nothing and the inner part of the headphones which are hard just press so hard against my ears.

    17 of 35 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Tried on Friends, want to throw them at a wall

    I have a pair of bose qc series headphones that are amazing. I was thinking about adding these beats to my collection, and then I tried on a friend's. First off, he had just bought them and the earcups were already separating. The bluetooth range was abysmal, and the sound quality worse. There was wayy to much muddy bass, drowning out everything else. They were super uncomfortable, and didn't really do anything else any better. I am much happier with my bose and sennheiser than I could have been with beats. Really, try anything else.

    32 of 105 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome

    I love this beats product and I gotta say its my favorite. I had the Beats Solo2 for a long time and they broke because of the wiring problem then I took a break from beats when I saw my cousins have the beats pros so I tried them on and I loved them and they have great bass and sound for Hip-Hop and Dub-step. I asked my family for birthday cash and I went to Best Buy and they have the Lil Wayne Beats pros. Its all red and stuff its pretty cool I dig it. I got the Lil wayne beats pros from last year and I had no problem. Shout Out to Lil Wayne.

    24 of 36 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beats Pro

    These are the best headphones I ever got was worth the money it's built really nice, nice & sturdy. The sound on these are "Crazy" "Awesome" "Fantastic" I can't get enough of them. It's Really Clear you can here everything in the music & the best part in the BASS response. If people say they suck will they(ThePeople) do Because these headphones are beast & they look sexy 2

    23 of 35 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    best head phones ever

    got the beats pro because of the over ear cups they fit great. and their black. despite what the reviews have showed about the bag it comes with .... well mine came in a new never seen before on any videos a zip soft pouch and it great

    20 of 32 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best headphones I've ever owned.

    Every headphone has its own flaw. If you want to pick the flaw for the latest Beat's Pro's, you'd have to make something up. Skip the worry of cheap headphones, and go with the best. My purchase of these headphones has been one of my most satisfying experiences in awhile.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Sexay !

    I just got mine in the mail and I'm in love *_* ! The sound is really amazing. I've been a Beats buyer since they've been released, and I figured it was time to upgrade my ear buds and solo's to the pro's and I'm really happy with my decision. The only thing I would change is the carrying case. You guys really cheaped out there. I'd for sure make a hard case since they're so rugged!

    98 of 153 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful

    I have now bought two of the pros. The first one was about 3 years ago and now I have got the black this year. Between these two, I have tried other, similar (price wise) headphones from well known brands. But in my experience, most of the headphones don't come even close to the performance of the Bears Pro.
    Yes, they are towards the more expensive ends of the spectrum. But then again, you don't spend that amount of money on a pair of headphones if you are not serious about your music. The one thing that made this my love-at-first-beat pair was the bass. It is not overpowering and it is not meek either. It sort of hits the sweet spot every single time! The only con is that you can not wear this on, say, a 4 hour flight. Your ears will hurt. And the fact that the leather on the ear cups on my first pair sort of disintegrated into a white, thick powder like substance (must be the sweat breaking the leather grain) after 3-4 years of extensive use. That was the entire reason I went for the black one this year. No other faults. The headphones are exquisite and an absolute beauty to listen to equally with spotify or with my vinyl.

    24 of 29 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Top shelf quality

    I bought the Detox edition of the Pros when they were first launched many years ago. The Detox is the same specs as the Pros so no difference in sound. The build quality is strong and sturdy. The sound quality is brilliant. The bass is rich and deep. At times the bass is so powerful I need to adjust my equalizer if the song is too bass heavy. Every one of my friends who have tried out these headphones have been very impressed and didn't want to give them back. If you're in the market for a set of stylish, strong, solid and premium quality sound then the Pros are the ones you should get. The only negative they have is after a while they do tend to feel a bit heavy on your head like a vice clamp. That's only because they're built strong and tough and durable for hardcore use. I love them.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    speechless

    I don't think I could have been happier with the purchase of these headphones. I've used plenty of headphones as my dj career has taken off. Even in a crowded environment with speakers on full blast, you somehow manage to slip away into your own world. The only thing you will feel is the bass on your chest from the clubs subwoofers. These beats are built to last it all. As a Dj I needed something sturdy, high quality, and had noise cancellation. When it comes to mixing you don't seem to be overwhelmed with treble or bass. It's the perfect blend leaving you in shock and awe.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding Sound, Quality, Value

    Well, I guess I should start by saying I am not the type of person most people think of when they think of Beats. I'm a retired military guy almost 70 years old. Though dozens of the guys at the military gym I use do have them, I've been fairly content with my Bose SoundTrues and Klipsch Studios. After spending $300 on Bose QC25s, and have them work on and off and finally die at the one year mark, I was ready for something more durable, thicker wires, and reliable. I waited until they went on sale in my military exchange and got the Black/Silver ones for $230. They came through perfectly. I held my breath as I set them up, not knowing if they were going to be too heavy, too much bass, or what. I'm not a big bass guy. I like some of it with classical music and some jazz, but a lot of my music is pop, J-Pop, C-Pop, opera, and soundtracks. My time in the military exposed me to a lot of different cultural music. Well, I am happy to say that these headphones, set with Flat, Treble Booster, or even Bass Booster EQs from my iTunes Library, made every sample I selected sound wonderful. As I said, I'm not a big bass fan but I like sweeping orchestrations in classical and pop...and these headphones did them beautifully...almost like I was surrounded by the orchestra! I never got that from my Bose or Klipsch. I guess the fact that these are 50mm drivers (and not 40) makes a difference. The real test for me, though, is the high vocals (I listen to a lot of Italian tenors, as well as a lot of Japanese/Chinese/Latina female pop artists). The mids were equally there, most notably in concert and jazz selections. The trebles, however, were very crisp and breathing and word pronunciation came through very clearly. I am by no means an audiophile, but I love how these headphones sound, the musical presence they provide, and their ability not to distort or drown out the mids or trebles. In some pop songs with orchestration, these headphones bring out the low string sounds very well, something missing from my Bose. I'm not into a lot of other genres----country, R&B, hip-hop, but these Beats perform admirably for my mostly pop, rock, classical, and jazz collections of songs. They are outstanding build quality, but do weigh about 8 ounces more than my Bose, but that is not an issue for me as I have a large head to keep them from moving around. Another bonus---no batteries, yet they isolate sound almost as well as my Bose noise-cancelling headphones did, but they are not active noise-cancelling of course. A major bonus---my iPod Nano and new iPod Touch (Gen 6) play very efficiently at 40-50% of volume with these. The Beats Pros have very low ohms and high sensitivity, which means they don't require a lot of your device's battery power, which is good for iPod/iPhone users. Some other brands require an amp as the ohms are so high, but these seem very well suited to small mobile devices. I have no need for an amp unless I wanted to be drowned completely in bass. My Bose QC25s, which broke, required 70% volume compared to these 40-50% for the same listening volume, and the noise-cancelling technology in the Bose hurt my eardrums sometimes. All in all, I'm very pleased with these outstanding headphones, and at my age I'm pretty hard to please. I have 90 days to return these to the military exchange for a refund, but I've decided they're $230 well spent. In the back of my mind I think I read where Apple or Beats changed the sound signature on these from the original heavy bass sound. Now, these are very pleasing to a guy who, as I said, is not a huge heavy bass fan. If you are, you'll still like these as with Bass Booster or Treble Reducer, you can make them bass strong. These are tremendous quality and value compared to my flimsy Bose that broke so quickly. I am glad Beats made a headphone that provides excellent listening for my type of music. These are going to be my favorite headphones very soon.

    244 of 330 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Decent sound quality, broke in 9 months

    I had beats studios prior to buying these pro's. I was happy with the sound quality until the wiring in one of the cups frayed and no sound came out of them anymore. I had these for NINE months and they had broken. I am very disappointed with the overall quality of beats products. A month later I bought Sennheiser HD8Dj's and I am never going back. These are FAR better quality headphones and I have had them for a year now so a lot more durable than the beats. If you want to look 'cool' these are the headphones for you

    60 of 104 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    sound nice but un-wearable

    The beats pro's are very expensive, they sound good but not revolutinary by any means. The build quality is super strong and they feel great in the hand. The aluminium is excellent. However the heavy hard construction does mean they press tight onto your head when listening. I find myself needing to remove them after 15 minutes of use.
    I love using my headphones when watching a film on my macbook. With these it's not possible due to them being so un bearable to wear. I let my father try them a couple of times and he agrees they're just to uncomfy, so i'm not the only one. They're well styled and do have a nice heavy but balanced bass, but still i would recommend staying away from this product!

    26 of 47 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best Headphones I have had

    By far the best headphones I have had. I have never any problems with them, and even after a couple of years, they still sound perfect.

    38 of 50 people found this useful