Beats Solo HD On-Ear Headphone (Pink)

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Beats Solo HD headphones are made for music lovers looking for high definition headphones that look as good as they sound. Beats Solo HD headphones combine advanced driver technology and premium design for headphones that deliver legendary Beats by Dr. Dre sound and are lightweight and durable. Product Features Clearer sound. Deeper bass.Beats Solo HD

Beats Solo HD headphones are made for music lovers looking for high definition headphones that look as good as they sound. Beats Solo HD headphones combine advanced driver technology and premium design for headphones that deliver legendary Beats by Dr. Dre sound and are lightweight and durable.

Product Features

  • Clearer sound. Deeper bass.Beats Solo HD headphones are the only Beats by Dr. Dre that come with not one, but two speakers inside each can. That means you get crystal clear highs and deep, rumbling lows in high definition.
  • Every pair is now constructed of super-durable, flexible material, reinforced with a metal strip to make sure it never comes apart.
  • Built-in mic for calls.Switch easily between songs and incoming calls. No need to take off your headphones or talk into the phone like a walkie-talkie.
  • Remote control.Take calls, skip songs and adjust volume right from the cord of your Beats Solo HD headphones. No more searching for your phone or music player just to find the right song.

Comments

John T. Shea says:

Ehh, what’s your priority? Just for the record, I’m not your typical jaded ‘beats hater’, largely (well probably solely) because I didn’t plunk down my own hard-earned cash on these expecting to be blown away. I simply had a bunch of Macy’s store credit and gift cards with no better place to go than on some new cans. I figured they would be disappointing but passable and that’s exactly what they are. Do they sound like junk? Not to me. I’m not an audiophiles, but I know sound reproduction, and to my ear, these sound like about your average $60 pair of lower-end Sonys or mid-level Skullcandys..not bad, but certainly not good either. The bass response is, sonically speaking, the best part of these phones. It’s detailed and full without being overpowering, however it is a bit ‘boomy’ meaning you get the distorted pop on vocals beginning with the letters p and b, especially at higher volumes…and being that these puppies aren’t very sensitive, you will find yourself listening to your music up pretty high. Aside…

J. Gilliland "anmldr2b" says:

Great bass but over priced for quality The Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Solo HD headphones in my opinion are ok. I’m no audiophile but I do appreciate music and have a great ear for hearing slight differences. I recently purchased these after having my Bose on ear headphones for a few years (was very pleased with them) and decided to try the solo hd’s because they are both on-ear models and was looking for a new pair. Having compared the two for a while now I will be returning the Solo HD’s for a few reasons. This review is to compare the Bose on ear vs. the solo hd’sStyle: give it to the monster beats, sleek design with gloss finish. You will definately be noticed with these headphones and not in a bad way.Portability: monster wins with this again. Both come with carrying cases. While I do like the bose because the case seems more duable the collapse-able design of the beats is a bit smaller and has a small sleave to fit the cord into. Speaking of cords the monster cord that comes with the beats…

Michael K Owens says:

Beats Solo HD are exactly as expected: High-quality, Portable On-Ear Headphones with Mic SHORT VERSION: Highly recommended. Great audio quality for on-ear headphones. Highly portable and convenient to store. More comfortable than most on-ear cans. Works great as a headset for both the iPhone 3GS and iPad.LONG VERSION: The Beats by Dr Dre Solo HD (RED) headphones are exactly what I expected: high-quality, portable on-ear headphones with an above average mic. At the time of writing, the only other review on Amazon gives these a 3-star rating and compares the headphones to the Beats by Dr. Dre Studio edition over-the-ear headphones. The problem with that is the two headphones serve completely different purposes. The “Studio” edition headphones are meant primarily for audiophiles who aren’t going to be wearing them on the bus/subway or walking around the city, as–like the name suggests–they’re studio headphones which are meant for stationary audio consumption (generally indoors). By contrast, the “Solo” line is just the opposite. While they’re not nearly as…

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