Rated 4 out of 5 by Sakaki Much more "pro" than "Studio"
The Studio is famous of its BOOM but Pro is much more balanced. Pro has great sound as I expected and it doesn't need any amplifier to achieve it. It is amazingly easy to power, which is a good thing for ipod users. But when you connected it with other appliances, for example a Macbook pro, you may have to keep the volume around the lowest level or it will blow you ears. As for the body design, Pro is well constructed. It really worths the price compared to the cheap-toy-like Beats Studio once cracked by my big head. But Pro is also too heavy to carry around.
October 31, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by DJ Tweek Love Them
I am a DJ at the Chrome Lounge in Edmonton and i just bought these headphones for business and for personal use although i have not tried them out for professional uses yet i can honestly proclaim there are no headphones like these, they have a very unique structure ruggedness and best of all sound there are no headphones that sound like these AT ALL, a little over priced for what you get but they are name brand all in all i would buy them again in a heart beat all functions sounds and aspects of these work great!!
November 13, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by princess[*] awesome
i use it everyday and i love it.i love how the music is like in my head always.the price is a little overrated but its worth it.
November 15, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by brown eyez They sound nice, but UNCOMFORTABLE
They sound amazing. I dj and they are really good. Way better sound than the pioneer hdj-2000, but they are not as comfortable. 2 vinyl headband feels cheap like is going to rip, could have went with the leather. 3 The adjusters for the headband part just slip the dont hold.
November 16, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by SoCalShark Great Sound
I'm not a Dj, or a musician just a everyday music lover I do feel that the sound quality is superb but you will have to take them off at least every ten minutes they fit a lot tighter on you ear so they get a little painful. But if you think about it Dj's pop them on-and-off or in this case spin them so maybe they aren't so bad in that case, but for casual use such as: airplane rides, college student use, and just at home chilling they will make make your ears feel a little tender.
November 21, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by will Almost Perfect
The sound in these headphones would put many sets of speakers to shame - the Dr. Dre sound is not hype - it is truly remarkable and unsurpassed. The quality of the pros is amazing - no plastic in sight, only brushed metal which looks and feels great. The swivel-cup design is absolutely amazing - very useful. My only complaint is the comfort: they are somewhat tight and the circular ear cups are no where as near as comfortable as over-the-ear headphones with the traditional oval-shaped ear cups. It bears restating that the sound fidelity (from the bass, through the mid and high registers) is truly unsurpassed.
November 21, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by kooma1306 Great sound
if you're looking for great sound this might be the headphone you'd want. it is comfortable for me,but it's a little heavy. some people said that these headphones are not comfortable,but i think it depends on the shape and size on your head. you will feel tired after wearing them for a while because of the weight,but you'll get used to it. to the pros has a clearer sound than the studios,the studios had more punch to the bass which sometimes can over power the other sounds. The build quality on the pros are much better than the studios, studios are made with plastic that makes it feels cheap for a [$]headphones. the only things i hate about the pros is the cheap vinyl and cheap carrying case. but this is meant to be a professional headphones worn in studios,so we can't really blame them for not giving a better case.
November 30, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by SJP3003 Excellent Sound & Build Quality
These cans produce excellent sound, highlighting nuances you may not have heard on your music. Bass is deep and full, excellent for modern music. The only negative on the sound is other headphones I use produce more "airy" "open" sound (Sennheiser HD580 and AKG K1000)Build quality seems to be excellent and solid (these are replacing Dre Studios that fell apart after less than 1 year but had great sound). While these headphones are very efficient compared to other pro cans, to really appreciate their sound a portable headphone amp makes a big difference versus just plugging it into your portable MP3 player. I've been listening to my Zune using a Meier Corda Move. If you're already investing over [$] in these headphones you may as well think about getting a small decent amp that can be had for half the headphone's price.Fit is totally subjective. In my case I wear a medium size Motorcycle helmet and these headphones are tight...it's easy to see how listeners with large or extra large heads find them uncomfortable. For me they are OK.I use them around the house and would take them on a long trip to use at my destination, not on an airplane (they are too loud and not designed as noise canceling headphones).
December 10, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tae Good but...
I think it was not a bad choice.
December 13, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dan the Beats Master 100% Awesome
I was originally planning on getting the Studios, but once I heard the Pro's at a [...] I realized that listening to a large range of music is definitely better with the Pro's as the Studio's tend to have over large bass which can muddy out the mids and highs. I listen to everything from classical to hip-hop and with the Pro's everything that comes on blows my mind with the loud clearness of the bass and the crisp and clear mids and highs. Another huge thing that made the price (which is steep) worth it for me was the build quality, these things are literally indestructable. All metal construction even to the ear cups is a real plus, I feel like these will last me many years.
December 18, 2010