Monday, December 2, 2013

Beats Charger for Bluetooth Speakers - Black

Beats Charger for Bluetooth Speakers - Black
* Special discount only for limited timeList Price : $29.95Price : Check on the StoreCode : B00GSRCLJ2


Product Feature


  • AC power adapter allows Pill to obtain optimum power capacity.
  • USB 2 AMP charger
  • Charge your Pill using the provided USB cable along with the Power Supply Unit (PSU)

Product Description


Beats AC power adapter- China


Product Detail


  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Beats
  • Model: B0517
  • Dimensions: 3.50" h x.89" w x3.50" l,.20 pounds




































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Beats by Dr. Dre Tour In-Ear Headphones with In-line Mic and Remote and Tangle-free Cables (Black)

Beats by Dr. Dre Tour In-Ear Headphones with In-line Mic and Remote and Tangle-free Cables (Black)
* Special discount only for limited timeList Price : $149.95Price : Check on the StoreCode : B00EIK2LPU


Product Feature


  • The second generation black Tour In-Ear Headphones from Beats by Dr. Dre have a portable, 25mm design. They feature an in-line microphone and remote control for taking calls and audio playback. To provide you with a comfortable fit, 3 pairs of wingtips and 4 pairs of eartips are included.
  • The tangle-free flat cable is designed to be flexible and resist tangles for a variety of storage options. The Tour headphones can be stored and transported in the included carrying pouch.
  • The Beats Tour have been redesigned from the previous model and include 3 pairs of removable wingtips to provide a customizable fit for precise sound.
  • The Tour's cables are designed to be flexible and tangle-free.
  • The Tour include an in-line mic and remote that allow you to take calls and control playback on iOS, HTC, Blackberry, and Android devices. Please note, functionality varies by device.

Product Description


The second generation black Tour In-Ear Headphones from Beats by Dr. Dre have a portable, 25mm design. They feature an in-line microphone and remote control for taking calls and audio playback. To provide you with a comfortable fit, 3 pairs of wingtips and 4 pairs of eartips are included. The tangle-free flat cable is designed to be flexible and resist tangles for a variety of storage options. The Tour headphones can be stored and transported in the included carrying pouch.

Redesigned Fit
The Beats Tour have been redesigned from the previous model and include 3 pairs of removable wingtips to provide a customizable fit for precise sound.

Tangle-Free Cables
The Tour's cables are designed to be flexible and tangle-free

In-Line Mic and Remote
The Tour include an in-line mic and remote that allow you to take calls and control playback on iOS, HTC, Blackberry, and Android devices. Please note, functionality varies by device.


Product Detail


  • Amazon Sales Rank: #14704 in Musical Instruments
  • Brand: Beats




































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Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones (Red) - NEW

Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones (Red) - NEW
* Special discount only for limited timeList Price : $299.95Price : Check on the StoreCode : B00E9263A6

135 of 166 people found the following review helpful.
2Improvement over the orignal pair but still a overpriced fashion item
By Arjun S. Kahlon
While these are an improvement over the trash that were the originals, they are still extremely overpriced and not that good. $300 is $200 over what the asking price should be for this pair of cans. The bass has been toned down, which has helped clean up the mids. However, the highs still lack clarity and detail. Thus, I would label these genre specific headphones (for hip/hop, rap). These are in no way, shape, or form "Studio" headphones. In addition, the noise cancellation is terrible. Bose does noise cancellation right. The Beats simply emit a hiss that drowns out ambient noises. My main problem is the asking price. For $300, you can get a pair of V-Moda M100s, which not only sound significantly better, but look nicer and have a significantly better build (flexible steel at all the pressure points). Another great pair you can get for $300 are the Senheisser Momentums.I just don't see the point of shelling out all this dough for an inferior product. I bought my son a pair of $60 Senheissers that blow these Beats out of the water.

73 of 93 people found the following review helpful.
4Excellent, stylish, and not as bassy as previous Beats
By Art History Professor
Watch Video Here: http://www.amazon.com/review/RGK3FTM35F3A9 I must confess that I was a hesitant Beats customer. I had borrowed (test driven!) several different pairs from willing students so that I could hear them over a few hours worth of music. I came away each time thinking that they were entirely too bassy for my musical preferences. These new Beats--the redesigned Studios--have fixed that and replaced the need for a new set of AAA batteries every week. In all, these are the most comfortable headphones I own, and although the noise reduction and sound in this model is not as consistently excellent as my Sennheiser 450s, these are, perhaps, a bit more commuter friendly given the streamlined redesign.

Something I forgot to mention in my video review: many owners of previous Beats models have commented about the ways the sound bleeds out at high volumes. No one--at a coffee shop, university library, wife in bed--has mentioned this to me about this model. So hooray for that.

In all, I'm very happy with these, and although the Sennheisers will remain my go-to travel headphones, these will find excellent service in my daily life.

27 of 33 people found the following review helpful.
3Sound? Good. Build quality? Great. Price? STUPIDLY HIGH.
By Jeff Edwards
I really dig cool headphones...which is only fair seeing as I work in radio and have to wear them every day for at least 4 hours each day--generally longer than the average person, by a rather large degree. I've always been fascinated with not just sound, but good quality sound. It's been that way ever since I really discovered what stereo really was sometime back in the mid 70's (yeah, I'm old--get over it). Over my career in broadcasting I've managed to use any number of good, poor and fantastic headphones. Names like Sennheiser, Shure, Sony, Bose, Panasonic, Phillips and more come to mind as models I have either owned or used extensively in my 22+ years in radio. I understand what good sound is, and the difference between that and great sound can be miles apart depending on what it is you want and need your headphones to accomplish.

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 $$.


Product Feature


  • FEEL YOUR MUSIC: The Beats Acoustic Engine makes your listening experience intimate, personal, and real. Our signature DSP software is designed to generate an emotional experience.
  • LIGHTER, STRONGER and MORE COMFORTABLE: We streamlined the Studio and shaved 13 percent off the original weight and gave it a lighter, stronger, and more comfortable headband. Softer ear cups and an ergonomic bellow to create a flexible, custom fit.
  • NO BATTERIES: The New Beats Studio has a 20-hour rechargeable battery. To prevent wasting energy, Auto On/Off feature turns off when you unplug, Displays visible Battery Fuel Gauge. Can be charged via micro USB.
  • MUTE: Silence the noise from your daily commute or the drama from your loud neighbors with our no-compromise dual-mode Adaptive Noise Canceling. ANC automatically strikes a balance between your music and the world outside.
  • WHAT'S IN THE BOX: Beats Studio headphones, USB 2.0 charging cable, USB wall adapter,3.5mm audio cable, Remote Talk cable, Hard shell carrying case, Beats cleaning cloth, Quick Start-Up Guide

Product Description


The world’s most famous headphone has been completely redesigned and reimagined. The new Beats Studio is lighter, sexier, stronger, and more comfortable, with precision sound, Adaptive Noise Canceling, a 20-hour rechargeable battery, and RemoteTalk. It has all the energy and excitement you expect from Beats, plus a powerful, reengineered sound.


Product Detail


  • Size: One Size
  • Color: Red
  • Brand: Beats
  • Model: BT OV STU RED
  • Released on: 2013-08-04
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 7.28" h x4.52" w x9.57" l,2.80 pounds




































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Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones (Black) - NEW

Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones (Black) - NEW
* Special discount only for limited timeList Price : $299.95Price : Check on the StoreCode : B00E9262IE

135 of 166 people found the following review helpful.
2Improvement over the orignal pair but still a overpriced fashion item
By Arjun S. Kahlon
While these are an improvement over the trash that were the originals, they are still extremely overpriced and not that good. $300 is $200 over what the asking price should be for this pair of cans. The bass has been toned down, which has helped clean up the mids. However, the highs still lack clarity and detail. Thus, I would label these genre specific headphones (for hip/hop, rap). These are in no way, shape, or form "Studio" headphones. In addition, the noise cancellation is terrible. Bose does noise cancellation right. The Beats simply emit a hiss that drowns out ambient noises. My main problem is the asking price. For $300, you can get a pair of V-Moda M100s, which not only sound significantly better, but look nicer and have a significantly better build (flexible steel at all the pressure points). Another great pair you can get for $300 are the Senheisser Momentums.I just don't see the point of shelling out all this dough for an inferior product. I bought my son a pair of $60 Senheissers that blow these Beats out of the water.

73 of 93 people found the following review helpful.
4Excellent, stylish, and not as bassy as previous Beats
By Art History Professor
Watch Video Here: http://www.amazon.com/review/RGK3FTM35F3A9 I must confess that I was a hesitant Beats customer. I had borrowed (test driven!) several different pairs from willing students so that I could hear them over a few hours worth of music. I came away each time thinking that they were entirely too bassy for my musical preferences. These new Beats--the redesigned Studios--have fixed that and replaced the need for a new set of AAA batteries every week. In all, these are the most comfortable headphones I own, and although the noise reduction and sound in this model is not as consistently excellent as my Sennheiser 450s, these are, perhaps, a bit more commuter friendly given the streamlined redesign.

Something I forgot to mention in my video review: many owners of previous Beats models have commented about the ways the sound bleeds out at high volumes. No one--at a coffee shop, university library, wife in bed--has mentioned this to me about this model. So hooray for that.

In all, I'm very happy with these, and although the Sennheisers will remain my go-to travel headphones, these will find excellent service in my daily life.

27 of 33 people found the following review helpful.
3Sound? Good. Build quality? Great. Price? STUPIDLY HIGH.
By Jeff Edwards
I really dig cool headphones...which is only fair seeing as I work in radio and have to wear them every day for at least 4 hours each day--generally longer than the average person, by a rather large degree. I've always been fascinated with not just sound, but good quality sound. It's been that way ever since I really discovered what stereo really was sometime back in the mid 70's (yeah, I'm old--get over it). Over my career in broadcasting I've managed to use any number of good, poor and fantastic headphones. Names like Sennheiser, Shure, Sony, Bose, Panasonic, Phillips and more come to mind as models I have either owned or used extensively in my 22+ years in radio. I understand what good sound is, and the difference between that and great sound can be miles apart depending on what it is you want and need your headphones to accomplish.

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 $$.


Product Feature


  • Beats Acoustic Engine uses precision sound to deliver music the way artists want it to be heard
  • Streamlined design enhances fit, distributes weight, and adds comfort
  • Adaptive Noise Canceling blocks out the world in two modes
  • 20-hour rechargeable battery with Auto On/Off and a visible Battery Fuel Gauge keeps the vibe going.
  • Includes - Beats New Studio over ear headphones, USB 2.0 Charging Cable, USB power adapter, 3.5mm audio cable, RemoteTalk cable, Hard shell carrying case, Beats cleaning cloth, Quick Start-Up Guide

Product Description


The world’s most famous headphone has been completely redesigned and reimagined. The new Beats Studio is lighter, sexier, stronger, and more comfortable, with precision sound, Adaptive Noise Canceling, a 20-hour rechargeable battery, and RemoteTalk. It has all the energy and excitement you expect from Beats, plus a powerful, reengineered sound.


Product Detail


  • Size: One Size
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Beats
  • Model: BT OV STU BLK
  • Released on: 2013-08-04
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 7.99" h x1.00" w x1.00" l,.57 pounds




































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Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats Sweat-Resistant and UV Protected, Subwoofer and Midrange Tweeter Per Ear Earphones (Red)

Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats Sweat-Resistant and UV Protected, Subwoofer and Midrange Tweeter Per Ear Earphones (Red)
* Special discount only for limited timeList Price : $149.95Price : Check on the StoreCode : B00EIIB220


Product Feature


  • Created by LeBron James and Dr. Dre, the black Powerbeats - Earbuds Engineered for Athletes by Beats feature adjustable/bendable earclips that wrap around the outside of your ears, keeping the earphones from moving or falling out while you exercise.
  • You also get three different-sized pairs of ear tips to choose from. The tips are made to give you enough noise isolation to keep your music from leaking out, but not so much that you lose awareness of what's going on around you, which is a particularly important safety feature for runners. The headphones are also sweat resistant and UV protected, making them well suited for indoor or outdoor workouts.
  • Rather than the typical single driver, each ear of the Powerbeats is equipped with a subwoofer and a midrange tweeter. The purpose of this design is to efficiently reproduce audio across the frequency spectrum.
  • An integrated control module with a built-in mic lets you make phone calls, take voice notes, skip tracks, and adjust volume levels on the iPhone or other compatible smartphones. You can also use the track and volume-control features when connected to an iPod touch or another compatible MP3 player.
  • To get the full functionality from Powerbeats' control features, your device must be compatible with Monster's ControlTalk Universal standard.

Product Description


Made for Athletes
Flexible earclips are designed to secure the Powerbeats earphones in your ears, even during vigorous workouts. Sweat-resistant materials and ear tips of all sizes keep you comfortable.

Two Speakers per Ear
Powerbeats earphones come with two speakers inside each bud, a feature designed to provide quality and accurate response at any volume level.

Passive Sound Isolation
The ear tips are designed to allow you to maintain awareness of your surroundings without leaking music out to those around you.

Remote Control Cord
An integrated control module with a built-in mic lets you make phone calls, take voice notes, skip tracks, and adjust volume levels on the iPhone. Many other smartphones are compatible, as are certain MP3 players such as the iPod touch. To get the full functionality from Powerbeats' control features, your device must be compatible with Monster's ControlTalk Universal standard.

Indoor/Outdoor Design
The headphones are sweat-resistant and UV protected, making them ideal for indoor or outdoor workouts.

Travel
A carrying case is included for storage and travel.

Product Highlights

-Created by LeBron James and Dr. Dre


-Adjustable Earclips Add Stability

-3 Ear Tip Sizes

-Sweat-Resistant and UV Protected

-Subwoofer and Midrange Tweeter Per Ear

-In-Line Remote and Mic Cable

-Standard 1/8" (3.5mm) Plug

-Extension Cable

-Hard Case Included


Product Detail


  • Amazon Sales Rank: #71723 in Single Detail Page Misc
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Beats
  • Dimensions: .7 pounds




































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Powerbeats by Dr. Dre In-Ear Headphone (Black)

Powerbeats by Dr. Dre In-Ear Headphone (Black)
* Special discount only for limited timeList Price : $149.95Price : Check on the StoreCode : B008CQVWN8

382 of 397 people found the following review helpful.
1Please read before you buy!
By Chris Ace
I received these back in 10/26 so it's been almost 2 months. I watched many reviews on YouTube before making this purchase and I was lucky to be one of the first people to pick these up.

Packaging: 5 stars
Can't go wrong here, Monster does a great job on packaging (and I'm a sucker for good packaging). I love the box, and plastic zipper case.

Sound: 3.5 stars
It's good, not great. I expected more. I owned my fair share of head phones. From the Bang and Olufson A8, the V-Moda Vibe, Klipsch S4, and the Apple In-Ear headphones. I'd say it hits all levels at a decent range. There wasn't as much bass as I'd hoped (and I tried all 3 fittings). There is bass if you jam it up in your ear, but it will slip out with some running. Even at it's best, the bass still isn't that great. Does it sound as crisp as the Bang and Olufsen? No, does it have better bass than the V-Moda Vibe, No. Does it have a good mid range like the Klipsch S4? No. Does it suck? No. it's a fairly okay headphones that should be prices at about $100, not $150.

Application: 3 stars
It definitely stays on once its on. I've been running with these and they don't come off. They are fairly comfortable but it can strain your ears after about 2-3 hours. (everyone's ears are different)
I really, really wanted to like these headphones (this is my first pair of Dr. Dre anything). The cord is nice, it doesn't tangle that much and the extension cord is a plus. So here's the bad, I ride a motorcycle and I usually wear headphones and listen to music. Over the ear headphones just don't work with helmets (at least mine didn't) It was easy to put on the helmet but removing it was the problem. Another thing I noticed while working out at the gym, the buttons on the control talk are so easy to press. They are a little too sensitive. You can be jogging moderately and all of a sudden, your music stops. The distance from the left ear phone to the control talk is about 6 inches. So this means the control talk rests somewhere around your neck area. While doing heavy weight lifting, like squats or decline press, your neck caves in and presses the control talk button on accident. It would be nice if the control talk was a little lower (maybe 2 more inches). It would be nice if the head jack had an elbow application, I can already foresee that the wires will stretch and bend-- and it will be only a matter of time before it rips. So...Awesome that it stays on, but crappy that the control talk buttons get pressed so easily.

Build Quality: 1 star
It's been about 2 months and I use these about 4 times a week at the gym and just today, the control talk just broke. It completely split into 3 pieces while walking to the gym! You'd think after spending $150 you'd have a pretty good build quality, I guess not. Like I said, I REALLY wanted to like these things, and for the most part, I did. It's just til now that it broke.

Customer Service: 0 stars
I will follow up with this review once I contact customer service later on today. They better replace my headphones-- this is ridiculous.

Update** 12/14/10 11:20AM PST
I've attempted to contact customer service for the 5th time only to be hung up on or placed on hold again. Monster has the WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE. I've already filed a complaint with BBB. Hope that your headphones don't break or are defective so you don't have to deal with what I just did. Everytime I call, I am placed on hold for half an hour when someone picks up, doesn't say anything and either hangs up, or places me back on hold. What kind of business is this??! Who does that?!? I lowered my rating of the product from 3 stars to 1 stars because of this horrible customer service.

Either hire qualified CSR or terminate the existing ones who don't want to work!

Update*** 1/4/11
Finally received a replacement from Monster after formally submitting a complaint through BBB. Hopefully these headphones won't fall apart again.

76 of 82 people found the following review helpful.
4Excellent option for active people.
By L. Mastrangelo
If you want the typical "sound isolation" ear seal you get with the other Beats Buds- these are not for you. These will not seal in your ear; they're not supposed to. Anyone who does high to medium impact athletics knows that a sealed ear bud is going to thump in your ear with every step. I never hear anyone talk about that but that drives me crazy.

So that is one reason I really like these. You still get a great sound but they rest on your ear canals, not in them. If you are running you can still hear something coming up behind you or a horn honk but otherwise you can get lost in your music. For running, these are replacing my Bose ear buds with microphone for my iPhone. The overall sound is a bit better from the perspective that I get a clearer distinction between highs and lows. On the Bose I get a lot of bass but a muffled effect on everything else. These Beats are much crisper to me. They remind me of the Bang and Olufsen earphones.

The earhooks have a bendable wire in them so they can be adjusted for comfort and fit. There are three sets of rubber "buds" that come with them (S, M, L). I think this is far less important as like I said, they rest "on" your ear canal. The medium rubber buds came on them and I've tried these and the larger ones. The larger ones cover more of the entrance to your ear canal so they let in less ambient noise. I have the noise isolating "Beats Tour" as well and there is one thing on them I wish these had: the flat rubber wires. They don't tangle at all. These come with standard wires or cables but with a slightly thicker casing than normal wires so they are stronger than normal for accidental yanks or pulls during workouts. There is also a common clip you can affix on the wire/cable to attach it to your clothing to keep it from pulling on your ears. They seem to hold up well during sweaty workouts and stay well placed in my ears.

These also have what Dr. Dre and Monster call "Control Talk". I believe this was specifically designed for iPhone as it has a microphone for voice calls, and a controller off the left side for up and down volume, start and stop, and song advancement. It works well. I have heard some hiss during voice calls but I'm not 100% sure that it is tied to this headset.

It comes with a really nice case molded specifically for these earphones that zip around a protective shell. (See the pictures I uploaded) There is also a cable extension for when you need more room.

63 of 80 people found the following review helpful.
1Plug design caused failure in less than 2 months
By TXJustin
The headphones sound nice, and make a good secure fit on the head.

However, the plug is the worst design ever. The headset cable comes straight out of the plug -- a rather large plug. This means that even with no tension at all, the cable will naturally pull and create an angle at the plug. These are marketed as "sport" headphones -- so doing anything active with the plug in place, every time your body moves the cord will get pulled against the plug. Within less than two months mine developed a short at the plug. No surprise.

It's sad too, because otherwise these headphones are really nice. If I compare these to a $20 pair of cheap headphones I have, the plug on those is at a 90 degree angle and has an extra rubber piece to help eliminate tension on the cable movement where it connects to the plug. How can headphones so expensive not have the same common sense design that headphones since the walkman era have had?

See my uploaded picture to see what the plug looks like. In the picture I'm purposely pinching the plug and cord in the same hand so there is no tension on the cord, just the natural effect of gravity.

*** Update: To see the imagine that I have posted, from the main product page please select "View and Share related images". My picture showing the issue is being marked as not useful by voters and thus it is being pushed off the main product page. Clearly someone trying to work the system -- insert conspiracy theory here. ***


Product Feature


  • Powerbeats in-ear headphones reproduce sound that's clear at any volume while integrated subwoofers deliver deep bass. The midrange tweeter yields ultra smooth vocals and clear, crisp highs.
  • A dual driver design separates bass and treble frequencies for audio that's accurate and powerful.
  • Bendable ear hooks keep Powerbeats headphones in place so you can focus on your workout.
  • Made to handle hours of activity in the sun, Powerbeats in-ear headphones can be exposed to sweat and UV rays without risk of damage
  • Built-in cord remote lets you adjust volume, pause your music or switch tracks without having to stop your workout.

Product Description


Powerbeats earphones are designed to help you take your game to the next level. Featuring adjustable ear clips, Powerbeats by Dr. Dre are engineered to stay put during all levels of movement. Clear, crisp audio helps keep athletes motivated while training whether they’re in the gym, on the court or on the streets.


Product Detail


  • Size: One Size
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Beats
  • Model: BT IN PWRBTS BLK
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 1.00" h x1.00" w x1.00" l,.7 pounds




































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Beats Solo HD On-Ear Headphone (Drenched in Red)

Beats Solo HD On-Ear Headphone (Drenched in Red)
* Special discount only for limited timeList Price : $199.95Price : Check on the StoreCode : B00ETI16M0

1106 of 1216 people found the following review helpful.
2Ehh, what's your priority?
By John T. Shea
Just for the record, I'm not your typical jaded 'beats hater', largely (well probably solely) because I didn't plunk down my own hard-earned cash on these expecting to be blown away. I simply had a bunch of Macy's store credit and gift cards with no better place to go than on some new cans. I figured they would be disappointing but passable and that's exactly what they are. Do they sound like junk? Not to me. I'm not an audiophiles, but I know sound reproduction, and to my ear, these sound like about your average $60 pair of lower-end Sonys or mid-level Skullcandys..not bad, but certainly not good either. The bass response is, sonically speaking, the best part of these phones. It's detailed and full without being overpowering, however it is a bit 'boomy' meaning you get the distorted pop on vocals beginning with the letters p and b, especially at higher volumes...and being that these puppies aren't very sensitive, you will find yourself listening to your music up pretty high. Aside from the bass, the rest of the sonic spectrum is very unspectacular on the Solos. I wouldn't exactly call it muddy, it's more just that the mids aren't detailed or crisp enough and there is not nearly enough musical separation.

Look, let's just call it what it is, the Beats Concept is not based on great sound, it's based on making a fashion statement. The packaging is slick, they look fantastic, and they let everyone know you have $200-$400 to throw down on a pair of headphones. Sound-wise, they simply sound nowhere remotely close to what you would and should expect from a $200 set of phones. To be fair, I would probably give them 3 stars were they not so comically overpriced, as the build quality seems acceptable, the bass response downright enjoyable, and to be frank-the look is just downright smokin'. However I have to knock off a star for the simple fact that you could buy TWO pairs of Grados or Sennheisers for the price of the Solos that sound far better and might even leave you with a couple bucks left over to buy yourself a Caramel Machiato or two at Starbucks.

289 of 341 people found the following review helpful.
3Great bass but over priced for quality
By J. Gilliland
The Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Solo HD headphones in my opinion are ok. I'm no audiophile but I do appreciate music and have a great ear for hearing slight differences. I recently purchased these after having my Bose on ear headphones for a few years (was very pleased with them) and decided to try the solo hd's because they are both on-ear models and was looking for a new pair. Having compared the two for a while now I will be returning the Solo HD's for a few reasons. This review is to compare the Bose on ear vs. the solo hd's

Style: give it to the monster beats, sleek design with gloss finish. You will definately be noticed with these headphones and not in a bad way.

Portability: monster wins with this again. Both come with carrying cases. While I do like the bose because the case seems more duable the collapse-able design of the beats is a bit smaller and has a small sleave to fit the cord into. Speaking of cords the monster cord that comes with the beats is much better than the bose. Just buy holding/looking at the cord it is way more durable, tangle free, and gold plated. Monster also makes a perfect length cable as well. The bose cord I found for me, got tangled easily, very thing, and doesn't seem half as durable.

Sound: This goes to the BOSE headphones. While the beats has a very good bass and it's not distorted it's lost when it comes to hearing highs and the treble seemed a little off. I listened everything from R&B to hip-hop and the beats was amazing. Then I listened to some classical, pop, and rock. The beats lost me when it came to those genre's and it was almost like a "muddy" sound, not as crisp. I listen to the same songs using the BOSE and it was a very clear difference as the mids/highs were much better in the BOSE. The BOSE bass can be a bit distorted though when it came to hip-hop/r&b songs. Drums/hi-hats/symbals/bass in the beats were very crisp and I heard a few drums sounds in songs I had never heard before but everything else, again felt muddy and not as good as the BOSE.

Comfort: I wear headphones a lot when traveling and even sitting at my desk listening to music. The BOSE win in this one as the padding on the ears are very comfortable and I can wear them for hours. The monster beats put too much pressure (and I have a small head... 6 1/2 hat size) on my ears and were uncomfortable after about an hour and a half.

Bottom line: If you're used to using come-with-mp3 player or cheap headphones this is a very good upgrade, and if you're looking for a fashionable headphone and have $180 to spare go for it. I recommended trying out the headphones for a bit (best buy you can return them within 30 days as long as there is no damage) and see if you like them and compare them to something similar. Personally I am still going to use my BOSE on ear and look for something different. On ear headphones...BOSE definately. I will be trying out the Monster Beats Studio to see if they are better than the Solo HD's.

120 of 153 people found the following review helpful.
1Worthless and OVERPRICED junk
By R. Jackson
Up front, I identify I did not purchase these on Amazon.com. However, to save on an extremely detailed negative review, I'm going to simplify this; SAVE your money and buy anything else; seriously. Bob Marley's, Sennheisers, SkullCandy's anything! These are 'plasticy', poor in every possible musical response and cheaply glued (or snapped) together. They are and hear me clearly; an overpriced gimmick, a fad item that simply is a visual trend... They suffer in quality in every category and I simply can not provide a positive summation for either the cost or performance.

**Dre, you create and perform music like no one else, but MAN are you killing the public this is heap of trash for a quick buck; shame on you!


Product Feature


  • Solo HD High-performance with advanced driver design that allows you to enjoy every studio nuance of your favorite music. Deeper bass, bolder midrange, and cleaner, undistorted highs, long-wearing, comfortable that keeps the sound in and noise out
  • Advanced driver design for precise audio clarity
  • Beat Studio sound, in a smaller, lighter on-ear design
  • Compact and incredibly lightweight, the tri-fold design allows Solos to fit into the included compact carrying case
  • Cleaning cloth with antimicrobial treatment polishes and controls germs.

Product Description


Taking color to the Extreme, New Color Solo's are monochromatic featuring a strong color pallet. Matching Monochromatic cable, product case, foldable design an d signature Beats sound.


Product Detail


  • Size: One Size
  • Color: Matte Red
  • Brand: Beats
  • Model: BT ON SOLCW2 RED
  • Released on: 2013-10-20
  • Dimensions: 5.28" h x6.86" w x9.14" l,




































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