Reviews and Problems with Beats by Dr. Dre Studio / Studio HD
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Distracting "signal" noise in right earcup
15 July 2014
Summary: I've had the beats wireless for a month now and have been enjoying them. However, there has been an annoying "signal" noise that I can hear in the right ear-cup. Sounds like the radio signal noise you hear when trying to find a radio station but can't quite get a good signal. It's not the adaptive noise cancelling feature I hear, it's just an annoying faint "signal" noise in the right ear-cup.
Summary: I purchased these headphones in February and while I love the sound and comfort I have found that when using with iOS devices the sound is not in sync with the screen when using wireless. This occurs for both films and games. I have tried a bluetooth speaker and headphones with the same iPad and iPhone and there is no issue. I have contacted beats and they just told me "thanks for your feedback". The issue does not occur with my iMac.
Summary: After using these headphones after few weeks, i noticed that the earcup became very soft, and the headband plastic become lose. Not as tight as before which falls off if u have the headphone a bit backwards.
Summary: Sound volume very low on Galaxy S5 even with all settings on Max, tried on various Galaxy phones in store, same issue. However volume on iPhone 5s is very loud, almost double that of Galaxy. Great sounding head phones just be warned you will be disappointed on the Galaxy S5.
Summary: Would not recommend to anyone. Overpriced headphones that have decent sound quality at best
Pros: They're comfortable and they sound decent
Cons: They're the most overpriced headset you can buy. My Razer Kraken 7.1 headset only cost $100 and it sounds 100x better than these. All they have is loud bass and decent overall sound. Not worth the money
Summary: Recently i bought a pair of the studio wireless matte black. They sound and look amazing. These things dont ever die! The sound sounds amazing quiet and loud. They go from headphones to speakers. But like all things, there's a flaw. The sides of the headphones have controls on them like pause, play, volume up, volume down, etc. The pause and play button does not work. It worked when i first got them about 2 weeks ago. And i treat these things like a baby.