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7.9 out of 10

Monster Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones

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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
3 weeks ago
  • 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 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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Overall 1

The packaging was nice but thats about the only thing.

number1nick123, CNET
3 May 2012
  • Summary: Dont buy these. I bought into the marketing of these being the best thing since sliced bread but any Sennheiser or Klipsh put these things to shame.
  • Pros: Great packaging!
  • Cons: Everything about the actual headphones. Incredibly over hyped- terrible sound. Incredible amounts of sound leakage, cheap design. The headphones are about a durable as tissue paper.
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