• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    100% Uncomfortable! Returned mine for a refund!

    Brought mine back to the store because they were extremely uncomfortable after wearing them for a short while. Why? Because instead of an oval the over the ear cushion is a circle and it puts pressure on your ears and ends up hurting. For $460 with tax the product shouldnt hurt me! They should be extremely comfortable at that price. The thing is, Apple overcharges for this product to pay for advertising them and to pay for Research and Development (R &D). But in my opinion they dont have to spend on R & D. All they have to do is check out a pair of Bose Quiet Comfort 25 or Bose QuietComfort 35 and there you go, make your Beats Studio like that and I wont return them for a refund. The Bose QuietComfort are c-o-m-f-o-r-t-a-b-l-e and 100% worth the price! On the other hand the Beats Studio are uncomfortable and maybe worth $150 at most considering how uncomfortable they are. Hopefully going forward Apple will make some much needed upgrades to the comfortability of this product.

    Sound: 7/10
    Colour and Style: 10/10
    Comfort: 0/10

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Decent headphones, look great but overall they're overpriced

    I bought these headphones as a replacement to my original Dr Dre Beats before Apple purchased them. The wireless function is great and connecting via bluetooth is simple and effective. They look simply amazing and the finish is to a very high standard.
    However I was disappointed with the sound quality especially compared to my older beats. I can only assume that this is due to them being wireless but also working via charger rather than battery operated. The battery life is also quite poor, if you have a standard commute to work of 2 hours (morning and evening) they're very unlikely to last the entire journey (both ways). The headphones hug against your head and block all noise; This is a pro and con as its a great fit but after a while you can develop a headache. Overall they're the best looking headphones, quality is decent but not worth the £320.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I was finally able to get mine. These really rock!

    I love these for many reasons. the dual choice of wired or bluetooth. I also have the Powerboats2 wireless. I did notice that I can walk all around my house and the sound stays stable. With my Powerboats2 wireless I can't walk as far but they're still great. Both have fabulous sound. I also love my Studio Wireless for the long battery life. I also love the new colors. I choose the Gold ones. The sound quality is out of this world. :o)

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The company achieved dreams

    It is really good
    Is really beautiful
    There really creative
    The quality is very, very


    Thanks for the design and construction of this machine

    Edreis

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome headphones!!!

    I have purchased the champagne colored ones and they flatter my iPhone 6s Plus very well, better than the solo hd ones. The sound quality is amazing and they are very snug and comfortable on my ears. They are much more lighter than my previous mixrs and doesn't clamp on my ears. They charge pretty fast in my opinion and they're just perfect. I highly recommend this product to customers, and using this on the Bluetooth is awesome :) no wires at all and I can't wait to take calls on these.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound

    I have had these for over a year now and they still amaze me every time I put them because of theirs amazing sound

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Sound quality doesn't match the price

    When you buy a $380,00 headphone you expect it to sound great and be beautiful. And although it has a great design, the sound really let me down. I've has the Bose QC15 and B&W P5 and they both sound better. I do not recommend it.

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Very Good but Not Excellent!

    I like it and is very good sound but for the price it is not excellent!
    Now read the other dead beats that masterfully write reviews with specific details on product specs, they are hired to do so!!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very good

    I bought these headphones and I'm very happy with my decision , the quality is really good and they are very soft and comfortable and they also block out all sounds other than what your listining too, they are very useful and easy to Carry around I really recommend them

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfection with caveats

    To start off, I never write reviews. These headphones have been in continuous use for 6+ months. They are great for everything-study time, catch some ZZZs on the airplane and everything in between. I have put them to the test all these months and I am impressed.

    Caveats:
    1. They don't work unless the battery is charged even when plugged in to the audio jack.
    2. They don't have an auto shut off feature when not in use. Never forget to turn them off, this has left my battery completely depleted on more than 1 occasion.
    3. It is almost impossible to get them to pairing mode after disconnecting them from bluetooth device input. They go into a kind of stand by mode that can only re pair if turned off and on.

    STILL Perfect in my opinion and worth every penny.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just the best

    Would never go back to anything else noice blocking clear audio wireless best and battery pretty good too

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Brilliant Work of art

    theses are the best looking and greatly designed headphones money can buy. Bose yes have the better quality but they look awful the sound of the beats is decent and if you want headphones that look good and sound pretty decent then they are worth every penny.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Poor quality plastic in these headsets - be careful

    I purchased a pair of the Beats Solo 2 headsets in October 2014. By early this year the plastic mounts behind the headsets had broken by what appears to be fragile plastic. Beats sent them to Singapore in late March for repair and after three weeks were returned and Bluetooth did not work. After discussion with store manager, they agreed to replace them. Now not six months later, I have the same problem with the plastic noisier mounting on RH side breaking again. They are still under warranty.

    I went to Apple Store today and now they want to charge me full replacement costs to repair the headsets even though they are still under warranty. Store manger stated that he believe I had damaged the headsets and should not be covered by warranty. It's poor quality brittle plastic in the mounts that's caused my issue twice. Be very careful buying these headsets if you have a large head and have to open them wide to fit them. I personally will not buy another Beats product as Apple don't stand behind the product even though they own Beats. And I certainly do not recommend them!!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    works great

    love them works great .recomenended for evryone

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth it

    These live up to the hype....tried all the wireless headphones and settled on these. My advice is ignore the haters these are fantastic! Sound is very very good and I have a broad taste in music. Battery life is awesome. Connectivity and range is brilliant. Making and receiving calls is flawless. Comfort and wearability superb plus they look good no doubt about it. Build quality and finish is also top notch....really happy with them and they are the perfect compliment to Apple Music which is unbelievable!

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect Sound, Worst Battery Life!

    I just bought my Champagne Studio Beats in June and although they sound great the battery life is the worst! These headphones are beautiful but do lack battery life because there are other wireless headphones that last much longer and these for being BEATS I would expect much more. Especially for that price!!!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good Headphones

    Just got mine today. Fits perfectly over the ears. Bass sounds really good. Form and aquisitcs are excellent for the pop and rock music genre. Classical music also sounds fantastic. Compared to the Solo2, these guys are way better. Would recommend them to anyone who is looking for a good pair of headphones. Do look for the shops that are willing to offer a discount from the RRP, shop around and you won't be disappointed.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Headphones Fr

    I love my gold wireless studio beats. They match my gold iPhone and are loud and I would recommend them to everyone.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Look great, sound great, work great

    I have them for two weeks now.

    Battery - I only charged them once, initially, and batteries just went dead today. I don't use them that much, maybe about 70-80 minutes a day, but holding the charge for 12 days that way, pretty impressive.

    Design/quality - I have the original Monster Beats by Dr.Dre since 2010, they're still in decent shape and the only reason why I wanted these is because of wireless. The design is much improved, and as far as quality goes, although it's early to tell, I feel about the same, maybe slightly better about them. I would definitely not used them for DJing, but for listening the music, they seem solid and robust enough. Also, find them very comfortable and noise cancellation is great.

    Sound - I do notice a difference in sound. As expected, sound over wireless is a bit inferior to the sound over wire, but in general, they seem to be more defined across the spectrum and not as bass heavy as the original ones I have. But don't get me wrong, still more than plenty of bass for urban, dance and such genres.

    All in all, they are expensive, but match in value.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Crackle, connectivity issues, short battery life and short cables

    I own a pair of Bose Quiet Comfort 15 headphones and recently bought a pair of Beats Studio Wireless headphones (both bought from an Apple store) so I could have one pair at work and one at home.
    The beats headphones are less comfortable on the ear and bulkier; noise reduction seems better on the Bose headphones too.
    The USB charging lead is too short on the beats headphones to be working with on my laptop while they recharge, whereas the Bose Quiet Comfort 15 headphones just require a new / freshly recharged aaa battery - so no downtime when they run out.

    I have a mac book pro and an imac both running fully updated OSX10.10.1 (Yosemite) and sometimes, when using the beats wireless in wireless mode (bluetooth), applications make an _ear-splitting_ static blast on re-connection, and occasionally the same happens when video goes from full screen to windowed.

    Sometimes certain applications cannot 'see' / access the headphones when they're in wireless mode.

    Summary: For the money, these headphones are NOT worth it if your primary use is with a computer.
    I wish I'd bought another pair of Bose Quiet Comfort 15 headphones tbh - cheeper and better.

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