• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The best headphones ever

    I had bought 3 pairs of theses for me and my brother and sister about a year ago and they work perfectly.
    I never had problems with these. They work perfectly on all of my new 5 iPads, 6 iPhones, 2 iPods and my 3 laptops. But I haven't try them on my Apple TV I hope it works.

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Ok, I guess

    It's ok but I'm disappointed by the noise cancellation and the fact that it doesn't use a lightning connector to charge is really annoying.

    3 of 6 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    So far so good.

    I have 2 other headphones, the JBL E40BT which sound great and also are wireless and have MFB (Multi-function Button) to manage volume, control music tracks (skip track, next track, pause, play). I can also control calls (answer, end, hang up current call and switch to second call. It also comes with a ShareMe function enabling me to share my audio with another set of JBL wireless headphone featuring ShareMe. Which I think is pretty impressive considering the price difference. Of course the JBL E40BT doesn't have the over the ear headphones but it still cancels noise. Then I have the Marshall Major headphones. They aren't wireless but the quality is superb. the dimensions on the earphones aren't fully covering the ear but the design of them cancels surrounding noise very well and specs on it exceed the specs from both of the previous headphones. The price for the Marshall Majors are ridiculously much more inexpensive it's a complete deal to get those. It also comes with a 1/4 Adapter to plug straight into an AMP if you're a musician.

    2 of 11 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not worth the money

    I bought these headphones for my son about a year and a half ago. He wanted these ones real bad because of all the hype. I noticed that the leather at the ear cup is coming apart. It looks like this is a common issue after reading the reviews. The product quality is really poor for the price they are charging. I would never buy another beats product..I also own a Bose Noise cancellation head phone for 5 years and it is in perfect condition and has a far superior noise cancellation.

    14 of 18 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Brilliant

    Amazing Sound meets Wireless meets Style meets Battery Life

    1 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty Good

    The headphones are everything Beats said they were going to be so the headphones are pretty good. It's perfect for getting pumped up before a game or a huge event. I would not recommend going as far as working out in these though. The noise cancellation feature worked well when I used them and I was using these before my football games and weightlifting meets. My only flaw that I discovered was that the leather ear cushion material in the inner region of the cup started to peel off which is most likely due to the fabric being sticked together by adhesive and not stitched on. I had these for about two years now and those were the only flaws I saw. The cushion fabric didn't start peeling until around the 1.5 year mark.

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    works great

    These headphones work great and once you have it connected to the device it stays connected unlike other bluetooth devices I have used in the past. And you only hear what you want to hear.

    1 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beats headphones are the best

    The Beats by Dr Dre headphones are really the best headphones out at the moment, one of my friends have a set and they are the best headphones. <3

    0 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Headphones

    I purchased these last week and am extremely happy with them. The only negative comment I can make is with regard to the noise cancelling. I own a pair of Bose QC3 and there is no comparison. The Bose are much better at blocking out ambient noise. Other than that, the sound is great, not too much bass. They are comfortable, don't feel like they are going to fall off and extremely easy to pair. I also own a pair of in-ear wireless headphones, Jabra Sport Pulse, which cut out frequently if my phone is covered by a piece of clothing or in a backpack and I have not had any issues with the Beats. I have a feeling that the negative reviews on here are either "lemons" or counterfeit headphones because I have not experienced any of the issues that were listed. If you are looking for some good sounding, comfortable and long lasting (battery life) wireless headphones, look no further.

    4 of 6 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Sound Great, Drop Bluetooth Connection Constantly

    These are the best-sounding headphones I have ever (briefly) owned. The problem is that when I change songs, change playlists, move to another song within a playlist, it loses its BT connection and the headphones have to be rebooted. For $400 I should not have to reboot constantly. Unfortunately, this fault makes these great headphones utter rubbish.

    15 of 20 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Improved over Monster based versions

    First, sound is subjective to the average listener. These do not produce a flat, reference sound. That said, these are much improved over the earlier versions that were essentially just all bass. They still emphasize bass, but they also push the highs, and mids aren't as muddy as before (although still under-represented). It makes for a pretty enjoyable sound (in my opinion, and I'm not an audiophile by any stretch of the imagination) for most of the types of music I listen to (electronic/dance, some heavy rock/metal, a little hip-hop/rap, and some alternative). The noise cancelling is not as good as Bose' implementation, but I understand they are different implementations. The Bose is fantastic, but it does cause some pressure changes on the ears that may annoy some people (I can usually adjust to this in a few seconds, but I do feel it when i first turn those on). These do not have the same issue (at least that I can perceive). If you primarily want noise cancelling for plane travel, etc., then you might be better served by the Bose QC25. But these sound really good to my ears, and I like that they are "louder" than the Bose. Cons are price (I bought mine on sale and think that MSRP is too high), requires internal battery to have a charge to work at all, and for those that care, not a true reference sound. Pros are great sound for most of my types of music, decent noise cancelling, wireless works very well, volume/start/stop/skip controls on ear cups when in wireless, and very comfortable to wear for extended periods.

    5 of 6 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Extremely Loud Static & Spotty Bluetooth :(

    Has trouble connecting to older Mac Book Pro, and if listening to YouTube will drop single and play static at full volume hurting ear drums. Wish I wouldn't have purchased.

    When everything is working right, they're still worse at blocking out background noise than my old pair. I don't really have much use for them now to be honest...

    Save yourself the money and get a corded pair, or nicer wireless version from different manufacture.

    6 of 9 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Rubbish Ear pads

    In less than 3 weeks of use the ear pads were falling apart. they are glued rather than stitched. I would have through that for the price, they would be higher quality materials than they actually were. The overall experience would have been made a lot better had they not skimped out on the dodgy quality ear pads. Many other people are having this issue.
    Decent sound, Poorly made product:(

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quality Sound, punches out the beats!

    Very comfy piece, louder than the competition and yet won't distort the bass even when u crank em to the max. I love the look and feel, such a trendy piece when in public, holds a iconic fashion statement in today's mobile music world.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome

    These have been truely the best headphones I have ever had. They are super comfortable, easy to use and stylish.

    I use them daily whilst sitting at my desk at work, synced to my iPhone 4S or cabled to my old Sony Network Walkman. Taking about an hour to charge, I can then use them at night when I go to bed.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Speechless

    This is a serious Headphone, I am very impressed with the overall sound quality especially knowing it's wireless! Tried a few other brands but these just blew me away :).
    Definitely the best purchase I've made for Headphones.
    Cheers.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Sold my Sennheiser HD650 headphones to buy these!

    Yes... You read the review title right... I *never* thought I'd have anything to do with beats in my life. I'm an audiophile, I valued accuracy and realism over everything else... beats were certainly not known as a flat or neutral pair of cans.

    One day while meandering around the Carindale Apple store I saw the new beats and wondered if their sound signature changed much at all since the earlier version (of which I *hated*)... to my surprise they have been greatly improved over their predecessor. Bass is now much more accurate (tight) and balanced... highs are much clearer, although not neutral and mids (vocals) have a great sense of presence.

    That afternoon I spent at least an hour and a half auditioning the beats studio 2013. Two weeks later I sold my reference Sennheiser HD650 headphones and picked up the Beats Studio (2013) Wireless (in matte black).

    The sound quality of the beats out of the box was absolutely horrible, the mids and highs were very harsh and bass was lacking. Over the next 25 hours of break in the audio quality improved significantly.... mids became clear and present, bass extended and highs were shimmering. What I've come to realise coming from my old audiophile headphones to these, is that there are simply some genres I can no longer listen to - in particular anything live or with very intimate female vocal performances... the upper-mids just have a slight symblance, a harshness to them that takes the emotion out of their performance (this might get better with further break in?) - but for every other genre they sound very very satisfying .

    Oh and these things are GREAT for movies - I watched Tropic Thunder and the Dark Knight with these last night and it blew me away, the beats headphones easily reach down to 20hz.. great for explosions in action movies.

    To sum this product up... I previously owned a pair of Sennheiser headphones that were worth close to $1k new and in the 6 years I've owned them I may have used them for 100 hours of listening - in the last month of owning my new beats studio wireless headphones, I've already surpassed that mark... which really speaks for itself.

    I get more day to day value and joy out of these cans than I ever did from my reference-grade HD650s. If you want analyse and pick apart music all day long, don't get these - if you want to escape to a wonderfully warm, blissful sound signature (genre permitting) then do yourself a favour and audition these headphones next time you're in the store. They're not for everyone... but you'll realise pretty quickly if they're for you or not and I'm certainly the last person who I'd expect to fall in love with these...

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just go for it..

    I have been browsing headphone from last 2 months and decided to grab on of this and it was one of the best thing i did after spending a lot of money. Worth giving a single dollar.