Beats by Dr. Dre Solo White On-Ear Headphones with ControlTalk (Old Version)

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Hear All The Music: In Comfort and Style Headphones that could reproduce the true dynamics of today’s music were a rarity until the legendary Beats Studio hit the scene. Now, a new headphone in the Beats tradition, Beats Solo. brings you amazing sound in a smaller, lighter on-ear design. With Beats Solo, you’ll hear every

Hear All The Music: In Comfort and Style Headphones that could reproduce the true dynamics of today’s music were a rarity until the legendary Beats Studio hit the scene. Now, a new headphone in the Beats tradition, Beats Solo. brings you amazing sound in a smaller, lighter on-ear design. With Beats Solo, you’ll hear every sonic detail the musicians and recording engineers laid down in the studio. Deep bass. Hard hitting drums. Bold midrange. And clean, undistorted highs. All in a comfortable fit you can wear for hours. Perfect While on the Move Solos are compact and incredibly lightweight and ready for your active lifestyle, gym work out, or frequent travel. The tri-fold design allows Solos to fit into the included compact carrying case. With Beats Solos getting a great music experience has never been easier. ControlTalk: The Ultimate in iPod Control and Hands-Free Calling. With the built-in ControlTalk remote on the Beats Solo headphone cable, you get on-cable control of your music, as well as easy, high quality hands-free calling. You’ll enjoy quick-access music playback control, like volume, play/pause and tracking, without having to dig for your iPod. Plus, the high-grade mic and high-resolution, sound-isolating headphones all combine to let you hear and be heard much more clearly and conveniently than you ever could with the phone to your ear. A Natural Fit With Solos, you feel the music, not the headphones. Plush, on-ear cushions comfort your ears and form an acoustic seal that keeps the sound in and noise out. Remote and mic supported by iPod Nano (4th gen), Classic (120GB), Touch (2nd gen), iPhone 3GS and newer, but not all Blackberry. Remote supported by iPod Shuffle (3rd gen). Requires software v. 1.0.3 for iPod Nano (4th gen), 2.0.1 for Classic (120GB), and 2.2 or later for Touch (2nd gen). Support for Blackberry varies by model. Subject to change.

Product Features

  • High performance on-ear headphones
  • Over-ear design keeps the music in and the surrounding noise out
  • Featuring Control Talk (on-cable control of music and high quality hands-free calling)
  • Wired with tangle free Monster Cable
  • Folding design; includes touring case, cleaning cloth

Comments

Chris says:

Fun headphones, but not for audiophiles. I’ve owned these headphones for about 6 months now and I am still on the fence. There is a lot of truth in all of the other reviews on this board, but I just wanted to have my two cents and sum it up in my own way.These headphones are not studio headphones, and they are not really meant to watch movies either. Furthermore, they are not particularly good headphones to use on a plane(nor in any enclosed space with other people) as they allow a lot of sound to clearly leak out. In other words people can hear every word of Domestic Violence off of Bobby Digital when you are on the bus. Fair warning.These headphones are best worn while rocking out in your house. The reason why Lady Gaga is involved with this brand is possibly just because her music sounds so epic on these headphones. The bass is the loudest I have ever heard on a pair of headphones as well. I had to set the volume limit on my iPhone.That said, these headphones have a crucial flaw which you…

Nikone Sysouchanh "nikonesys" says:

Good Sound but Bad Quality Got these a month ago and last week was putting on my head and heard a snap. It broke right before the screws and from other reviews I’ve read I’m not the only one. For a $200 pair these are plastic made and the ban that goes on your head are not durable. I’m going through the process right now with Monster. If you are going to get these make sure you get an insurance for them. Best Buy has a good warranty and will exchange them but if you don’t you have to go through this long process that I’m going through. Like I said on the header, “Good Sound but Bad Quality.”

Enoch says:

Do Beats beat the competition? I recently purchased Beats Solo by Dr. Dre On-ear headphones with Control Talk, and I have to say, they surprised me. First of all the whole package comes in this neat box that is a little confusing to open at first, but when you get down into the core of it, there sits a small black zip-up case with the headphones in it. The sound quality is amazing for headphones that are so small, and the style is unique and modern. The white ones are susceptible to scuffing easily, and songs with deep bass can sound a bit too deep, but otherwise I love these headphones. I would recommend this product to anyone who is serious about music, but not so serious that they would pay over $200 dollars for a pair of headphones (Dr. Dre’s Studio headphones)

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