Beats Mixr

Lightweight and powerful. Built for DJs.
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David Guetta challenged Beats by Dr. Dre to create the perfect set of world-class ear cups. One year and thousands of prototypes later, we’re proud to present one of the lightest, loudest, and most durable headphones ever.

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Beats Mixr
Beats Mixr
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 597 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by These are the best headphones known to man! I've wanted mixr beats since they've came out and now I've finally got the money I got a pair yesterday and to be honest that was the best money I've ever spent, the sound quality compared to Sony is amazing! Don't expect me to take these off now, this is why I chose that I want to be DJ when I'm older, because as soon as you press that play button you start to go into your own world. Buy a pair before it's too late! November 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Had these for a year now These have got to be the best headphones Ive ever had. I have used them day in day out for the last year or so & a bit of wear & tear, but they still work like new. November 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excelent These beats got the most powerful sound ever, the best quality and they are comfortable, I think they maybe or are the best product of beats. November 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by EXCELLENT AMAZING and i love these headphones these beats got the most powerful sound ever, the best quality and they are comfortable November 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just AMAZING!!! The Beats Mixr are the best headphones that i have in history the deep bass are awesome high fidelity sound rocks!!! Just spectacular I LOVE IT!!!! November 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Headphones, I Love Them These are AMAZING headphones! They have great sound and a nice finish to them with the matte. I get complements from these headphones all the time! And I know they aren't comfortable at first but once you wear them enough they stretch out and stay on your head really well and are comfortable! I Love these headphones! The only thing that would make them better would be an Adapted Noise Canceling system I wish BeatsByDre would make that! November 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best headphones Ive ever heard These headphones are amazing, when you first get them and you put them on they hurt like crazy but after wearing them for a while you get used to to the pressure on your head. The bass is amazing, the treble is amazing. They balance the sound very well. Im using a phone with beats audio in it, and the beats sound SOOOO much better... but it still sounds good without it... ya need 2 buy!!!! November 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by best headphones I've ever heard these are great headphone sound quality is also great.They r bit tight on ears but fell comfortable after some time. November 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by These incredible headphones sound so good - it hurts. This review of the MIXRs was written after six months of ownership. Let's get the 'bad' out of the way: Yes, what you've read about the MIXRs is true: They hurt. They won't make you cry, but I found myself having to take them off every half-hour to forty-five minutes or so - resting for five to ten - then hurrying to put them back on again. The reason why they're a bit painful is because they're [extremely well] made from some sort of steel and NASA plastic or something. I don't know. Either way, they're extremely durable, very sturdy, and boast an impeccable quality. These characteristics alone make them hurt a lot less. How do they sound? I find the sound incredible. Mind you, though - I am not an expert in headphones or sound equipment in general, so I cannot speak on what the MIXRs do NOT do well, but I know great sound when I hear it, and now, I hear it all the time. The bass - which I personally value the most - punches really hard, but the sound is gentle at the same time. Its incredible. Little nuanced sounds in your favorite songs that you may have, and probably did miss - are accentuated with astonishing clarity. As for the look: I have the black ones. They are gorgeous. They're not huge, but they're big enough to cup the entire ear. the iconic 'b' on the side is visible and draws attention. ...a lot of attention - too much, almost. In a good way ...kinda. People ask me all the time where I got them, and I ignore them. Not because I'm rude, but because I the noise-cancellation makes it impossible to hear anything else (which is another great thing about them). They look like no other, while still flaunting that #beats brand and quality. I am extremely content with these headphones, they're probably the greatest headphones I've bought in a while that I can truly say are worth the extra money. November 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Goos except for a couple things. I own a pair of neon blue beats mixrs and i've had them for just over a week now. Lets start with the good things about these headphones. They have very good bass. At first, the mids and highs sounded poor the first few times I tried them, but now they sound amazing. The design just look so cool. Especially the blue design for my headphones. They are very durable and much stronger than the solo HD's. Although I do have one minor problem and one medium problem about these headphones. The hinge on the left side of my ear is very loose. Fortunately, i got a pair of pliers to screw it in tighter. That kinda solved the problem but there still pretty loose. The other problem I have with them is the comfort. These squeeze on my head really tight and every 20-30 minutes, they begin to hurt my head a bit, so I have to take them off my head for a few minutes before I put them back on my head. Although when I'm taking like a walk to the park or walking and walking back from school, It doesn't hurt my head but I still take them off occasionally because my ears sweat in them after a while. Although the thing I like about them being tight on my head is that the don't fall off my head as easy as headphones like the solo HD's. If you guys make a newer model of the mixrs one day, make them less tight and more comfortable, possibly closer comfort to the new beats studios. November 24, 2013
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