Reviews and Problems with Beats by Dr. Dre Beats Mixr
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JBWC, B&H Photo
11 January 2016
Excerpt: so i had the rose gold on white limited edition mixr's,
and they were sweet, those thing were dope man, i can't even describe how cool they looked,
but i sold them for some other headphones,
anyways, these are a solid but if you wasn't some BEATS, the actual sound quality isn't the best,
Excerpt: I can easily say that these headphones are really really nice. I'm the kind of person who does a TON of research before buying things and I came down to these when I was looking for headphones to buy. I wasn't sure on which ones to get but in the end I picked these.
Excerpt: I absolutely love my mixrs and have used them every day for over a year. The sound is amazing and you can hear every note perfectly. Recently my left cup has been noticeably softer than my right. It is very annoying and was wondering what I should do.
Excerpt: I recently purchaed a pair in white. First off, I am a dj and these headphones grab a lot of attention. They have very nice sound...just the right amount of bass and mids. (my Studios do have more bass though...) The number one complaint that I read prior to purchasing these Mixrs is the comfort.
Summary: If you don't mind the price, but want portability and style just buy them. They sound much better than the Solos, and personally look better.
Pros: ~Stylish ~Great Sound Quality ~Great Build Quality ~Best sound of the Beats line. The metal construction is fantastic, and is very durable. The sound quality has the Beats punch, with heavy bass, though is still great for listening to most music and not just House or Rap. Personally they sound th...
Cons: ~Somewhat small ear cups ~Some noise leakage ~Price The ear cups are circular and very small for "around ear" headphones, though they fit fine on my head. Where these headphones shine in audio quality is where the music cranked-up all the way, and you get noise leakage... sometimes a LOT. The pri...
Excerpt: I use these on my iPhone to listen to dubstep and dance music, as well as rap, these are really loud, and really powerfully, only bad thing,( which can get badd) is there's like no padding on the ear cups, so they hurt even after you break them in, no more than an hour tops of tolerable music...
Excerpt: These are great headphones with great sound quality. They are the beat for the money for beats headphones. But I do have one con. It it after about 15 minutes they start to hurt your ears. This happens because they are tight on your head.