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8.1 out of 10

Monster Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones

Great Deal: $11.75

Reviews and Problems with Monster Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones

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Overall 1

Way overpriced, over colored, on the bass, junky headphones

pstyr, CNET
2 December 2014
  • Summary: Get Sennheiser or Paradigm headphones instead.  I am a musician, and know my sound.
  • Pros: Looks cool, I guess...gimmicky, everyone has one at my gym
  • Cons: sound, sound, sound
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Overall 4

Cheaply made

jeff_j, CNET
19 September 2014
  • Summary: Nice if you want to buy for style. If you want durability do not buy these. And to me the solo hd sound better. And those are cheaply made as well. Sorry monster.
  • Pros: Great sound with clear highs and mids
  • Cons: Sound leakage, poor durability, the use of batteries. For what?
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Overall 1

Most over priced Headphones out there!

Dannisboi, CNET
8 June 2014
  • Summary: Awefull sound for an awefull price.
  • Pros: Suppose they look alright
  • Cons: Sound is awefull considering what i could have got at same price tag
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Overall 7

Good headphones, nice noise canceling, and comfortable

leathersmt, CNET
31 December 2013
  • Summary: Good headphones if your willing to spend the 300. that they currently cost. Sounds great, wife is on the phone and I can barely hear her while I am useing these.
  • Pros: easy to wear for long periods, good sound all around.
  • Cons: expense adn it wants 10 characters......
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Overall 9

Superb Headphones!

megagokou, CNET
22 December 2012
  • Summary: The Beats Studio are a great headphones. It has a very cool design,noise cancelling and, comfy earpads. But the its sound leakage is a major setback, but if you don't care that others might hear your music its a great headphones for ya, with a great bass and great sound.
  • Pros: +Powerful Bass, +Iconic Style, +Great Performance and Sound, +It has noise cancelling, +Soft and Comfy Ear-cups
  • Cons: -Expensive, -SOUND LEAKAGE, -Requires AAA batteries to work, -Glossy Finish can be fingerprint magnet, -Can feel pressure against your ear
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Overall 4


tmiller568, CNET
15 November 2012
Overall 6

These headphones cost a lot but aren't worth that much.

SouthsideRebel, CNET
10 November 2012
  • Pros: ~Stylish, ~Foldable, ~Bass
  • Cons: ~Sound leaks (People nearby can hear you if you raise the volume more than around 25%), ~Uses batteries, ~Price (price is just cause of Dr.Dre, these should cost $100 max, might as well get Bose instead)
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Overall 1

Aimed at people who don't understand audio quality

weedweaver, CNET
30 October 2012
  • Summary: Source: I am a music producer and have been for the past 10 years.
  • Pros: They look ok.
  • Cons: Poor sound quality. Overpriced. Aimed at a gullible market who don't understand audio quality. Lack of clarity in the highs and high-mids. Bass is powerful yet flabby and unrepresentative. Paying for a brand name rather than audio quality.
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Overall 8

Great headphones for Dubstep

Ricetheworld, CNET
28 September 2012
  • Summary: For the lovers of Bass
  • Pros: Great bass, Flawless fit and Stylish
  • Cons: Pricey and vocal "S" is VERY harsh
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Overall 8

Excellent headphone for listening to music.

jayjayc13, CNET
25 July 2012
  • Summary: excellent sounding headphone but not for people who need good noise cancelling.
  • Pros: Very good sounding headphone, comfortable and stylish.
  • Cons: Poor noise cancellation and no volume buttons on the isonic talk cable.
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