Rated 3 out of 5 by Sweetz218 uncomfortable
I bought these for my boyfriend for an early valentine's present as he has been eyeing them a long time from [@]. The construction is nice along with the whole packaging. However after listening to them for over 30 minutes he complained of the pressure and giving him a headache. We ended up returning them that day, I was sad because I knew he wanted them so long and then he was disappointed by the fit. Sound quality was awesome. Need to be more comfortable and not have all the pressure where it meets the ears.
February 11, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bob They are good for their sound
Overall this is a nice product, but the headphones themselves are not comfortable, they squeeze your ears and it really hurts. I you are going to casually wear them then you should get these, but if you are going to be wearing these for over 20 minutes at a time save 50 bucks and get the studios.
June 3, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by the runner i dont know about these headphones..???
these headphones are very stylish but the left side has way more bass then the right and the control talk doesn't work right at times. its just not worth the price for these my tours had way more clarity and better sound for half the price! my opinion don't waste your money.
May 1, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Tinks Too much whiz and not enough bang.
Too pricey the beats mixr is. Uncomfortable when wearing for long periods. Breaks easily. More of a style headphone than good sound. No noise cancellation. Not worth [$].
June 23, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by thevietnamesedude Good sound, bad quality
I bought this a year ago.It started to show some weird cracks on top, must be the weather. but the sound was good, just need to add a little more soundproof.
April 13, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by kem1182 It's good, but not great.
In all honesty, the mixrs are not as fantastic as they are made out to be. I used to have the solos in green before an accident with a tractor. After that I figured I would try the mixrs. After reading other reviews from a variety of sites, I bought them. They are more flexible and durable than the solos. Although they get tight and uncomfortable around the ear area after a while. I read reviews about people who were complaining about the same thing but ignored it. Also, the sound is not as good as the solos. The solos I thought were much better. Despite the drawbacks of the mixrs, I'm not going to return them.
May 1, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by alex Good headphones, but break fast
I got my mixrs for my birthday, however I got them with a broken cable. Now, a half year later they begin to fall apart and the sound quality is beginning to be bad (for its standard). Now I use my dj cable to listen music with my phone, however now the dj cable is also breaking.
Very bad durabilit. Not happy
May 25, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Blake Looks Great, Sounds Great, Feels Terrible
I seriously thought that this was going to be my one and only Beats headset - turned out to be just my first. My Mixr feels so uncomfortable and crushes my head it's not even funny. First time I tried it on I was like oh wow! This is gonna be great, and don't get me wrong, the sound is very deep and very good. Unfortunately the comfort of these Beats are so bad, I really wish I never bought them - your ears will get very hot, you will end up moving them alot to feel anywhere near good and I really just do not think this was a good enough built product. I would highly recommend the Studio, their more expensive for a reason.
July 8, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Frankiie97 its alright
I have these mixr for about 2 years they sound pretty good excellent sound pretty much everything, but when it comes to comfort i have to say pass.
My ears start to hurt in a period of about 20 minutes and i feel like the headphones are squishing my head to much, overall i am very happy with the sound, but not with the comfort.
July 27, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by BRdude Great headphones, but for this price, you'd expect some more comfort, and the remote talk to work.
Only two problems I had with these are pretty common, from what I've been reading around the internet. First is comfort. You cannot wear these for more than 30 minutes without them hurting your ear. Since I commute daily for over 2 hours, big problem for me. Second is the remote cable. I use it with the iphone 5, and tested it with an iphone 4, and an ipad 2. Same result: while palying music, the remote does not work, fast forwarding tracks instead of changing them, and sometimes skipping 4, 5, 10 tracks for no reason. I had to use the longer cable, which is not ideal either, because it's 6 feet long, very weird to put all the leftover cable in my pocket.
August 27, 2013