Reviews and Problems with Beats by Dr. Dre Studio / Studio HD
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6 May 2012
Summary: While I am not an expert on headphones by any means, I just recently started producing my own music and decided to try these out. I couldn't BELIEVE how expensive these were. Quality seemed cheap, after reading other reviews I was very afraid to drop them.
Summary: Since I haven't seen any fair reviews on the Monster Beats Studio headphones, I will be making an unbiased straight-forward review on this pair of cans.
First, I've read alot of bashing with this set of cans.
Pros: Eye-candy, good for noisy environments, comfortable
Cons: Build quality needs improvement, not for serious listeners or purist, marketing should be for general consumers, overpriced
Summary: In terms of SQ i know these are some of the worst headphones ever. The amount of bass is unbelievable and audio reproduction is a disgrace.
The looks are definitely there. I bought mine years ago and sold them recently. I got mine before they were "cool" and definitely regretted the poor choice.
Summary: First of all I have to begin with that I'm pretty happy with them.
Got them to get decent sound when working in an open landscape environment.
I would never spend 300$, got them for almost half that price when monster had some factory refurbished for sale.
Summary: Quality headphones are about more than just awesome sound these days, as evident by the new styles of headphones appearing on the market.
Pros: Comfortable, Portable, Thick cable
Cons: Noise cancelling isn't very good, Sound only plays when active noise cancellation is switched on, No real attack or vibrancy in the sound, Expensive for what they are, Remote is only iOS friendly