Rated 5 out of 5 by BBB Worth The Money
Beats, all ways gets their headphones done to a standard. They have done a great job on this one. The Design , the materials used , the quality of the wireless headphones are great. This sure will get the attention of other people.
February 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Alejandrito-ROME great product!!!
i use this product while i go to work... it sounds really good... better quality than other headphones!!!
February 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5
by Tommy the train wreck exceeded all sound expectations..
I read a ton of reviews online re: wireless headphones the drop beats without sacrificing style or functionality. I kept coming back to the Dr. Dre Beats Wireless. I tracked the last pair down at [@] over 2 hours from me. I couldn't wait a few days, so I drove over 2 hours, plus another 3 hours back home. Call me stupid, call me what you want.. but it was the best decision I made all week. Great for the guy on the go.
February 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Notabene Great stuff
I think it's a great product. Great sound, i love that the buttons are on the headset. My girlfriend and I both tend to watch different things but still want to stay in the same room, so with my beats, i can listen to the TV or play video games while she watchs something else on the laptop. Also, it's great with the iPhone 4s, because with Siri, I can call my friends even if the phone is a couple of yards away charging, and the sound doesn't suffer one bit! To be compatible with everything, it does require a bluetooth transmitter and in france, those are hard to come by, but i found one and i'm glad i have my wireless beats!
March 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by 88 a home run but $$$
good design, great bass and sound, but cost way too much. i see y there $200 but you could at least lower the price for a pair of headphones very comfortable. would definently recomend these but somewhere else for a lower price
March 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ball So Hard Value!
Bluetooth gives good range, sound is deep and clear (especially with Racks by YC), cheaper than studios but cancels the sound way better and have the same sound quality. WOULD NOT exchange for studios or solos! Nit picking, the audio controls the headphone volume not the iPod volume but if you turn your iPod volume on high you can adjust it from there.
March 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by MIke the farmer I finaly dont have to have a cord
i finally have something to use while farming and in the bathroom
March 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beats Rule If only they came like studios
Awesome headphones. If only they came like studios...
March 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by B-diddy Great Headphones
Best Beats ive had except the pros. Very long range, never skips.
April 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kadeem the Student Innovative Design
Feels like it may break if moderately bent so I feel like I have to be tender with them. I use them for my iPhone primarily (after initial pairing autoconnects when turned on). I live in a 4 bedroom apartment (concrete walls) and when I leave my phone in my room and travel to the farthest point it maintains connection, sometimes skips there though. I haven't charged them since I got them and I mainly bluetooth them, and I'm actively trying to kill them to get a full battery recharge. Seamless phonecall integration, although I've noticed that my standard iPhone headset has better call sound quality. The headphones fit me well, but barely (I have dreadlocks and admittedly a big head).Headphones get a little uncomfortable if I keep them on too long (I wear glasses). Block out a good amount of ambient noise, takes a while to get used to the fact that the headphones have their OWN volume as well and the built-in volume control doesn't affect the music player's volume, I've yet to try and max the volume out. Nice carrying case with a pouch for the usb charger (I fit the aux cord in there too). The box feels heavy but the headphones are not. I think I wrote enough. Buy the headphones if you have the cash, but I'd say to maybe wait for the price to drop a bit.
April 20, 2012