Beats Executive Over-Ear Headphones (Silver)

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Beats Executive headphones are designed to take you from boardroom to the tarmac and everywhere in between. These headphones deliver the legendary Beats sound now in a refined premium package that’s easier than ever to take on the road. Product Features Beats Executive headphones are crafted to provide crisp, uninterrupted sound with the best quality

Beats Executive headphones are designed to take you from boardroom to the tarmac and everywhere in between. These headphones deliver the legendary Beats sound now in a refined premium package that’s easier than ever to take on the road.

Product Features

  • Beats Executive headphones are crafted to provide crisp, uninterrupted sound with the best quality materials. The sleek, aluminum body ensures a durable product and the soft ear cushions provide hours of listening comfort.
  • Lightweight but sturdy materials and a unique folding design make Beats Executive headphones easy to carry for incredible sound anywhere.
  • Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and custom EQ deliver pure audio that is free from external disruptions and exceptionally clear.
  • The Beats Executive sound profile reproduces clear highs, deep bass, and sonically true mids.

Comments

William Wiegler says:

I really wanted to like these! I have been on the hunt for noise canceling headphones that sound great and look stylish. Of course, “look stylish” is completely subjective but I generally like the aesthetics of Apple products (clean, modern design) and the feel of high-quality materials. When I saw the Beats Executive headphones I thought they had gotten it right. I really like the look, the materials seems to be all metal and leather, giving the impression of a classy, durable, elegant product — at least in my opinion. They appear to be well made and I could see myself wearing them (by the way, I’m not a hip hop kind of guy — I’m a business guy with a rock n roll sensibility). Also, I liked the fact that the printing on top of the headband said simply “Beats” and not “Beats by Dr Dre”. Anyway, I tried them on at an Apple store and thought they were comfortable and then listened to some music. Not bad, I thought. Then I tried on the Bose Quiet Comfort 15 as a comparison. The Bose are much lighter, but the…

RougeElement61 says:

Upgrade your sound to first class? Try upgrade your sound to last class. The EQ on these headphones are pitiful. The highs are barely there, they’ve done 0 with the mids and the bass is so far overdriven that you may as well use these as a vibrator. The audio quality coming out of these headphones is far from superior. I’d ALMOST rather a pair of Skullcandy smokin’ buds (which are also pitiful). If you want some serious over ear head phones pick yourself up a pair of Sennheiser HD 380 Pro’s, or some Audio Technica MT50’s, both of which are a lot cheaper, are made of some high quality materials, and the sound quality is almost unparalleled. Treat your ears with some respect, don’t even consider picking a pair of these up, especially not for $300 which is WAY too much money to pay for these, you’re paying for the name.

SSJ3X says:

If you LOVE your music, you can do better. So here we are again with another Beats Headphone. Considered to be the newest in the Beats series, The Executive model aims to take listening to the next level, featuring active noise cancellation for a change. These hit retail early in October 2012 and is the first headphone that Beats have created without Monster Cable’s help. Monster and Beats parted ways and the Beats decided to come up with a fresh “new” concept.The headphone is aimed for people who are frequently flying and don’t have enough space to cram a big casing headphone in their carry on. In all honesty, It’s a rehash of the Beats Studios, but fine tuned and built a little different. For starters, the headphone has more of an aluminum finish than the plastic build you see in the Studio model. Although identical in height, The Executives can either fold in like the Studios or fold sideways like a pair of Sennheiser PXC450s. This particular fold is what makes the headphone compact with the slim case, though…

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