Rated 4 out of 5 by Beats Fan A great product with few issues
I recently bought a pair of beats by dre wireless headphones and felt that I should write a review concerning their pros and cons. I believe that overall these headphones are amazing and I have very few things to report about them that didn't please me.
-comfortable (depending on your ear size and how long you wear them, for me they are comfortable for 1hr-2hrs before they begin to hurt.#
-great sound quality #I am NOT an audio file#
-great battery life
-well sized #portable#
-amazing ear cup controls #very convenient#
-when on and not playing music, there is a slight buzzing for around 30s
-case #it comes with a small and cramped case which I replaced with that of a studio case#
-lack of comfort over a long period of time
-finger print magnet #depending on the color, white isn't as bad as black or blue but red is decent)
This concludes my review, for more information on the beats wireless I suggest finding a professional review or watching a youtube review such as those from "uraverageconsumer"
December 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by mommypirtle Sound is awesome...but comfort..ehh
I just got these today and the sound is wonderful! I can't hear anything else but my music and it sounds awesome. Only draw back, they have the smaller ear piece and I believe this is why it hurts my ear. The actual weight and pressure of the headphones on my ears for an hour or less starts hurting my ear and I have to take them off for a bit. I looked and they don't have the option to buy wireless in the bigger earpiece which I believe would alleviate my ear pain. They fix this and give the option then I can give a 5 star.
October 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Primetime This product
These wireless beats sound excellent. To be able to change, pause/play the audio, and without using the audio device is technology. But the durability is horrible! Its not right to pay for the brand and price, to receive poor durability. Within about 2-3 months, they were no longer wireless. Not I have to an aux. cord, and that's not what I paid for.
December 12, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Yashwanth Absolutely Inspired..!!!
Excellent sound ,Good battery life, Controls are in perfect place. Easy pairing with the devices...
December 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Here we go Nice try
Bluetooth sound will never reach the quality of sound that you can achieve through wires. This model is a nice try anyway.
October 11, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Dr. Deez nuts Peeved
just got the old solos and now this! thats is...im buying green studios for 20 dollars more.
October 14, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by jimijams Desent but NO!!!!!!
This is a good well build stylish product. I hav th solo hd's and the sound quality is muuuuuuch better. I love music and i dont c why u would substitute gr8 sound quality for basically no extra benefit. Anyway i'm soon getting red studio's!
October 20, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Humourless Wireless Solo's - a good start
They finally made a wireless headphones! it's at least a start. I was hoping for more however. This is just personal preference, but it would be awesome if they were bluetooth wireless with a rechargeable removeable battery, over ear cans with noise cancelling and if the battery ran out you could just plug in a wire and continue listening. That would be the ultimate beats headphones. i wouldnt care how much it would cost i would gladly part with my money just to get something that stacked with tech and that ultimate.
November 15, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Music Lover OK but not worth the price
Doesn't sound like a studio or the way an artist would want you to hear it. Sounds like its muffled. Like someone put a towel over a speaker. Yes it has bass but it just doesn't sound right. And this is bad for over $300. Not right at all. For $150 maybe. I have a pair of Sony bluetooth earbuds that were $80 that sound 500 times better. Disappointed.
November 29, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Dave Great while they lasted..
These headphones were working fantastic for about two weeks for me. I had trouble keeping my connection to my mac laptop and couldn't listen to non-bluetooth devices but those were problems I could deal with i.e. reconnect or just listen to something else. What I can't deal with is that now they won't turn on at all. I was listening to them last night and all of a sudden they turned off. I wrote it off to running out of battery. But, this morning, after a full charge and a green light confirming this, there's still no response. There's no forced reboot that I can find and no way of turning them back on. At least they look cool...
December 26, 2011