Beats Tour

Big sound. Small package.

It’s rare to find big sound in something so small. Beats Tour earphones are among the first earbuds to hold their own against over ear headphones. Now with a newly designed custom fit and improved sound quality, you can get even closer to the music.

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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 128 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Product, but.. I was wondering if there was a different version that was compatible with Androids, I'd like to be able to answer my phone or Skype with them, but I can't do that. January 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 overall very happy Great sound, dosnt keep the sound in as well as they should but no big deal. im using a htc one beats driver installed so they sound awesome. i bought a pair for me and my girlfriend. February 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mainly good but there are some minor problems with it Iv'e had these for about a year now and they still go. They are durable, have very good bass, and come with a good verity of in ear bud, however I find that the buds come off quite easy and that the wire has gotten more dark over the time have used them but all in all a verry good product. February 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by High quality sound, only one complaint The sound quality is very good, it has a depth and can handle a range of music. However, I feel the music escapes more in these headphones than my other pair (a different brand). I'm not sure if these headphones are worth 150 bucks, but they are good headphones. If they held the sound in (and cost less), they would be perfect. April 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by blue great earphones but PLEASE add a blue color option to this! and the upbeats. and the powerboats. blue is a great monochrome color for earphones October 26, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by It is great, but... I got these earbuds around a month ago and was astonished by the amazing quality of the sound. I had never really listened to something like this before. But after using them for awhile, the volume on the left earphone, and only the left one, dropped to a barely audible point at my normal comfortable listening volume. It could be a defect, or something like that, but I am certainly NOT satisfied with them after this occurred. I am frustrated that I paid $130 and didn't get what I was hoping for. Note: Yes, I do listen to some bass intensive music, but the volume rarely goes above 70% In all, I would recommend finding another product that would last longer. July 19, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Didn't last more than 6 months The sound in the left earpiece dropped to un-audible level after 6 months of carefull usage and storage in particular box supplied. The right one is fine though. Overall, the sound quality is very good, one can hear all the instruments clearly in any song. My verdict : these are good headphones but don't last long, especially with such limited durability and Extreme pricing, I won't recommend them to anyone. July 26, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by They're ALRIGHT . . . Ok, I've owned quite a few pair of beats: Solos, Studios, Pros, Mixrs, and now these. First pair of in ear beats and I have to say I'm not impressed. They're not as comfortable as I would like them to be. The fit is pretty snug but it's more like they're stuck in your versus apples original white headphones that slide and sit comfortably in your ear. The sound is pretty alright. The bass is better than that of the solos and mixrs but don't expect to experience anything like the bass from the studios and pros. I've already noticed there can be a tad bit of static at 70-100% of volume which is not what I thought I was paying for. The control talk feels cheap. I don't expect it to last too long. The tangle free cable is HEAVY ! When running, you just feel it yanking at the earbuds. It's like a constant tug of war but the headphones fit too tightly to be pulled out of your ear by the weight of the cable. Overall, they're ALRIGHT but i didn't pay $150+ for an alright pair of headphones.. Sound quality is decent, build quality isn't so decent. I'd only recommend these if you have an extra $150.. These are not a " Must have. " I feel as if I paid more for the brand name but I'm not really bothered by that. I just expected better. August 21, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great...but will always have cons I love the Beats tour 2.0. I have both previous version with a Tour 2.0 as a replacement. After many pairs of the old tours, it wasn't the control talk that was the issue (like some people complained); one side of the speakers kept blowing out every 3 months. I've been hoping that ever since I received the Tour 2.0, it would at least be more durable. Unfortunately, I was proven wrong. After exactly 6 weeks from today, I received the Tour 2.0; however, I just found out that the volume buttons stopped functioning. Never have I abused them; I only listen to my music about 40% volume max. Otherwise, everything else still functions for now. The product after all has very good sound and the wingtips are super useful. After my first year with Beats....I am very disappointed and upset. What should I do!? September 9, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Lower quality than before I purchased a pair of tour about a year ago, it was great. I enjoyed it so much. The look, the sound and the quality are out standing. Unfortunately, I lost it, so I had to go back and but a new pair. The new version is terrible. It took everything that separate this product from the others away!! Ear bud used to be Metal now it's Plastic! The line are thinner and smaller seems easier to break, the connector is now plastic also. The volume control turn it into cheap looking plastic compare to what it used to be a Glossy slick looking control. It's not worth $150 anymore, will return this and buy other product that didn't downgrade themselves. September 11, 2013
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