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Monster Beats by Dr Dre Pro
19 April 2014
Summary: The Monster Beats by Dr Dre Pros aren't the audiophile-grade cans the price tag would have you believe, and there are a few design niggles. Still, it's a long time since we've had so much fun with a set of headphones.
Cons: Heavy;. Not the most comfortable;. Expensive.
Summary: After our testing, we found that the Beats Pro headphones are truly a great headphone for both the DJ booth and for everyday all around listening needs. The Beats Pro headphones have great sound quality that is very loud and clear with vibrant bass and crisp mids/highs. The Beats Pro also has a seriously rugged all-metal design that’s sure to last for a long time. They also sport a swivel hinge design for easy transport, storage, and one-ear monitoring.
Pros: Very Loud & Clear Sound (Vibrant Bass, Crisp Mids/Highs), Durable and Rugged All-Metal Construction, Swivel Hinge design for Easy Transport , Storage, & One-Ear Monitoring, Dual Inputs to Daisy-Chain Additional Headphones, Comfortable Earcups Good Sound Isolation & Low Leakage, Detachable/Replaceable Coiled DJ Cable & Straight Cable Included
Cons: Very Loud & Clear Sound (Vibrant Bass, Crisp Mids/Highs), Durable and Rugged All-Metal Construction, Swivel Hinge design for Easy Transport , Storage, & One-Ear Monitoring, Dual Inputs to Daisy-Chain Additional Headphones, Comfortable Earcups Good Sound Isolation & Low Leakage, Detachable/Replaceable Coiled DJ Cable & Straight Cable Included
Summary: Those who love their tracks with extra bass will enjoy the Beats Pro by Dr. Dre headphones from Monster. However, at $399, they're on the expensive side, and a bit heavy, too. For $100 less, the Soul by Ludacris SL300 offers more balanced audio in a more comfortable package, and include active noise cancellation, too. But those looking for thumping, driving audio will like the Beats Pro.
Pros: Great bass, Attractive and sturdy styling, Good noise blockage, Dual jacks for music sharing or switching cable sides
Cons: Heavy, Headband a bit tight, No inline remote
Beats Pro Headphones by Dr. Dre from Monster (Playback 39)
14 July 2011
Excerpt: Over the past several years, Monster has successfully moved beyond its beachhead in cables and accessories to build not one but two wide and popular lines of headphones—one line under the Monster name and the other under the new Beats by Dr. Dre brand (co-founded by Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine, Chairman of Interscope Geffen A&M Records). In the past, we’ve reviewed many Monster/Dr.
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Conclusion: Overall, these are great earphones for DJs. The swiveling ear cups and daisy chaining features surely give them an advantage over other headphones to the disk jockey demographic. If you are a music aficionado and a bit of a pop fashionista, the Pro would be a good choice too, provided you can afford its hefty price tag.
Excerpt: The Good Powerful but not overwhelming bass. Distinct, clean high-range sounds. High quality construction. Tasteful but unique design. Flip-up cups, daisy-chain audio. Detachable cord. The Bad Expensive for casual listeners. Heavy. Lack of internal amp may affect some output. No mic or remote. Design and extras Whatever you think of its cabling, Monster Cable has built its brand reputation on insane quality construction, and the Beats by Dr.
Pros: Powerful but not overwhelming bass., Distinct, clean high-range sounds., High quality construction., Tasteful but unique design., Flip-up cups, daisy-chain audio., Detachable cord.
Cons: Expensive for casual listeners., Heavy., Lack of internal amp may affect some output., No mic or remote.