Reviews and Problems with Beats by Dr. Dre Beats Executive
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Size doesn't matter
12 February 2015
Excerpt: I purchased the beats executive headphones because I liked how the description said noise canceling and bass boosting but when I tried them I realized that there was a constant white noise in the background which makes sense for travel purposes like on planes or trains but for every day use this is...
Excerpt: Through a promotion offered by Staples, i was able to purchase these headphones at a substantial discount off the suggested retail price. I offered these headphones as a Christmas gift to someone who would appreciate the style and cache' of wearing Beats headphones.
Excerpt: These headphones definitely sound good and seem to be built well. The one exception is that you have to have the noise cancellation feature on all the time. These headphones should work with or without this feature because if your batteries die you are out of luck.
Excerpt: With the exception of the ear cup plastic they are made well. The Executives do not have the same strong bass that some of the other Beats do. Very comfortable and great accessories. Love the fold flat and hard case.
Excerpt: I bought these online without trying them first. All in all the quality is very good and they appear to be well built. The noise cancelling feature is nice but a bit distracting (I guess I am just not used to them yet and may feel differently after wearing them more often).
Excerpt: There is a lot of hype about Beats By Dre products. This specific headphone was geared more to businessman and the ear cups could turn like the Bose QC 15 so it would be easier to store in briefcases and bags.
Excerpt: The Beats By Dr. Dre Executive Noise Cancelling Headphone looks great, but you can definitely hear a buzzing noise when you turn the power on. When powered on, the noise cancellation works pretty well, but I believe the Bose is a bit better. It is a bit on the heavy side, when compared to the Bose.