Beats Studio

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  • Dual-mode Adaptive Noise Canceling
  • Iconic Beats sound
  • Durable and foldable
  • 20 hour rechargeable battery with Fuel Gauge
  • Take calls and control music with RemoteTalk™ cable*
  • Also available in Wireless.

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Beats Studio
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 543 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by overpriced junk!!! Broke as soon as I got them. Bought them for Christmas and tried to play music and only one side worked. The headphones are already overpriced but when they don't even work that shows how poor they actually are. I was already hesitant because I went and tried some on at bestbuy and it wasn't working either, I thinkthat if your going to charge that muchyou should at leleast make sure they work, Unexceptable. December 25, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good headphones w/ some minor problems I purchased these headphones about 3 days ago and already the right ear cup stopped working. I went to this site and figured out how to reset them and now the right cup is fixed. Glad they are working again but still disappointed that this happened because of how expensive these are. January 2, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by little mistakes my beats are the studios that take batteries but recently the music started cutting in and out vocals and making the backround music almost silent even at full blast and i have no i idea what to do. January 4, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not the best beats by Dr.Dre I bought my beats and the sound had a little static and they were made with more plastic than needed. That made them feel like they were cheep. I prefer the original studios. January 4, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good when it works but isn't the most reliable headphone. So, out of the box this thing is beautiful, can't get any better! On the head, it's like sticking a speakers into marshmallows and strapping them to your ears! Durability...oh dear. The headband is almost bulletproof compared to the old studios, so no complaints there. But I've had mine for 20 days now, and already I am experiencing connection problems where the wire plugs into the headphone. I was on a walk when I suddenly realised the sound coming from the left ear cup was, frankly, sounding pretty empty. So I wiggled the wire and it sounded great again...for about 30 seconds, where it reverted back to it's original state of emptyness. Now, two days later, I've conformed the connection is in the headphone and not the wires after some testing between other AUX wires. At some points there's no sound at all from the left ear cup at all! So overall, durability is bad, but not terrible like other beats headphones...*cough cough*solo HDs*cough*. Also I'd like to point out the strange issue on where the heck has the serial number moved to on the headphone? Defiantly not in the place it was with the old Studios, very confusing... January 5, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by quality products but... these headphones are really good on higher volumes but on lower volumes there is a buzzing sound that is sometimes louder than my music, not sure if this is meant to be happening but otherwise, great sound quality and build! January 14, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Better than the previous studios i bought these headphones a couple a days ago and i really liked them. The sound and the design is a lot better. But to me the comfort is pretty bad. I've owned a pair of Solo HD's for 2 years now and i really like them. I pretty much decided to buy the studios because they go around your ear and doesn't sit on top of them and there for i thought they would be more comfortable. I can't wear these for more than 20 minutes without it starting to hurt. The solo HD's i could at least have them on over 1 hour before feeling anything. The sound is great and the design is stunning but for me the comfort isn't that great. January 29, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Problem I was loving my beats, I've had them for around 2 months now, when suddenly one time after they died, I put them on charge and it told me they were fully charged. I took them off charge and went to plug in the headphone jack and it says the battery is fully depleted and won't let me listen to anything. I've tried to keep charging it to no avail January 30, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Help me please! I have a pair of beats studios (the older version), and the bass on it sounds terrible. Don't no y. I have to push the headset while listening to feel the bass, otherwise i hear a rattling sound, and feel no bass whatsoever. It almost sounds as if something is loose inside, as if something inside shakes around when the subwoofer starts kickin' in. I've searched everything online and still have not found how to fix it. I can't send it to the company because I don't have the recipe, or the box, or the beats cable (i'm using a regular aux cable), all I have is the headset. If there was a way I could send in a recording to prove it I would. Please help me on how to fix this major issue!!!!!!! Ps: Not worth $300 dollars at this moment with the current condition of mine, yes i recommend getting one, brand new they sound great. Mine sound like they are worth $50 at most. February 4, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Does not cost this much! Many small details simply fall apart. Also, experiencing a lot of problems with turn on and off feature, and microphone everytime I get a new pair of this Beats by the help of my guarantee plan. March 3, 2014
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