Beats Pro Over-Ear Headphone (Black)

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Beats Pro headphones are made for relentless, heavy-duty use in the studio or in the club. Superb sound at all times. Beats Pro headphones give you deep bass response and sound across the spectrum. That’s because they use no amplification or noise cancellation circuitry that adds other frequencies, colors the sound, or compromises bass response.

Beats Pro headphones are made for relentless, heavy-duty use in the studio or in the club. Superb sound at all times. Beats Pro headphones give you deep bass response and sound across the spectrum. That’s because they use no amplification or noise cancellation circuitry that adds other frequencies, colors the sound, or compromises bass response.

Product Features

  • A perfect over-ear reference headphone for sound engineers, DJs, musicians, and hardcore music lovers
  • Durable and light phones feature an aluminum frame that’s road-ready and resistant to vibration
  • Dual input/output cable ports let others plug in and hear your mix; tethered 1/4-inch adapter won’t get lost
  • Backward rotating ear cups make it easy to monitor the room or hear others; phones fold up for easy transport
  • Plush and washable ear cushions provide serious comfort and increase isolation

Comments

Randy says:

Impressive, But Not For Everyone I had a good listen comparing these to the original Beats. In the end, I must agree with the many others who’ve tried these, they are MUCH better than the beats. Bass is still predominant, but highs and especially mids are much better represented. I think it’s due to the lack of noise canceling, but these are much more lively than the original BeatsAt 400$, you’re really not paying for sound as much as durability. These are ROCK SOLID, the entire thing is really mostly metal, except the parts with the cushions. I must stress that there are much better offerings from Sennheiser, Beyerdynamic, Ultrasone (google them if you’ve never heard of them) IN TERMS OF SOUND. But if sound is not as important for you as durability, such that you’re not an audiophile but just an average listener. I promise you these will last. Let me say again, ROCK SOLID.My biggest warning for everyone who is reading this is the comfort factor. Unlike what you’ve been hearing from others…

Shane Schofield says:

Pretty Darn Good Headphones OK, I’m not a music professional. I love the sound these headphones give. I don’t know why other reviewers felt they weren’t comfortable, I feel mine are very comfortable and wear them multiple hours. I’m 6’4″ 300lbs. I’m big and they are very comfortable. On to the bad. The included travel case SUCKS!! At a $360-$400 price range this bag is unacceptable. I could make a better one myself. Also the price, is it worth $400. I think maybe. The durability of the aluminum is great.UPDATE: August 2011. The hinge for the right earpiece broke under regular use. The headphones still work, but now they are no longer comfortable on the ears as they don’t sit properly on the sides of my head. For $400, this is a ripoff. Do not buy!!!

C. Van Niekerk says:

superior packaging and marketing; sub-par sound If they had spent as much effort in creating a quality product with sound to match their packaging, then these would be killer headphones. But, as it turns out, the sound is mediocre. It is bass-heavy without the mid-tones or higher tones popping out in the mix.These head-phones are over-priced for what they deliver.I am disappointed.

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