Reviews and Problems with Monster Beats Wireless On-Ear Headphones
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8 March 2014
Summary: For the first time I'm actually digging Beats. I've owned and tried different audiophile headphones. Sony MA900, Audio Technica AD900x/AD700x, V-Moda Crossfade M-100 and Sennheiser PC360 are some that come to mind. I feel comfortable saying that I have a fair idea of what the hi-fi standard is.
Pros: Comfortable, Build Quality, Bluetooth Wireless, Convenient
Summary: I never thought I would use Beats headphones, however when searching for a noise canceling bluetooth headphone which was light enough to wear comfortably while traveling, there were not many options.
Pros: Portability, on-the-go usage, not too intrusive NC, reasonable sound quality
Summary: I bought these after reading a good review of the new Solo2 phones, and while they (the wireless studios) aren't in the same Leage of sound quality as my LCD2 and Burson combo I'm surprised at how much I am enjoying listening to them.
Summary: I have tested many BT Headphones for weeks.
I have opened a Thread about this huge comparison.
At first, there is a big "?" on these Headphones; the ghost of the Aptx.
They are not listed on the Official Aptx Website, there is no notification about an Aptx connection when they connect to an Aptx...
Pros: Good BT Range, decent portability, good look, decent sound, good comfort, loud.
Cons: poor detail and soundstage, intrusive dull/dark bass, harsh highs, poor mids, loud hiss, pricy, incompetent Customer Care and/or Fraud about Aptx.
Summary: This review is for Beats Studio Wireless over the ear, I know audiophiles are known for not liking wireless and Beats. When Beats was first introduced audiophiles dumped on them right away because they weren't tuned neutral.
Pros: Design is very sleek, overall sound is more balanced, Phone call quality
Cons: Non-replaceable ear pads, Finger prints, Not Cheap
Summary: I know what I like. That is clear, precise, and powerful sound reproduction. These Beats are clear and powerful, and pretty precise. I am testing with a Samsung Galaxy S5, and Spotify with "Extreme Quality" tracks. The bottleneck is the bitrate of the tracks.
Pros: Sound Signature, APTx, Noise Cancellation, Bluetooth, Battery Life, Music Control
Cons: Padding is a little thin, Cannot turn Noise Cancellation off
Conclusion: Il y a la hype, le design, le modèle qui ne sera sans doute pas démodé avant quelques années, mais aussi la promesse d’un rapport qualité/prix abyssal. Le Wireless n’est pas plus mauvais que le solo puisqu’il en est le clone en mode filaire, mais les avantages du sans-fil, perfectibles dans le cas...