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...
Conclusion: Monster markets these cans as studio-grade headphones appropriate for use by recording musicians, DJ’s, sound engineers and the like. Taking that into consideration, along with the Pro’s MSRP of $449.95 (though they can be had online for as little as $340) we tend to look upon these headphones as a...
Pros: Eye-catching design, Excellent midrange and treble response, Excellent detail, Great sensitivity
Cons: Hefty, sometimes distracting bass response, Heavy
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.
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.
Summary: Beats Pro er et godt valg for de, der værdsætter barskere lyd, end man får i de fleste hovedtelefoner. Hvis man kan bære vægten af dem, og ikke bliver slået ud af prisen, er de unikke i denne klasse.