Summary: What we have here with the Sol Republic Tracks is a headphone that can go head to head to Beats headphones.
There are many reasons why they can but I've condensed it down to key reasons why the Tracks can go up against Beats
Pros: Great Bass, Good Mids, Near Indestructable and Barely any sound leaks
Summary: I bought these a little over two years ago and have used them just about daily. They are built strong and made to last, that's for sure. These headphones are perfect for those who could care less about the melodies and just want some ear rattling bass.
Pros: Good, Clean Bass; Strong; Interchangeable
Cons: Can get uncomfortable. Muttled mids and highs
Summary: These cans are an upgrade for the Tracks HD I had in white. Even though I loved the white and matched my white HTC Sensation, I couldn't keep from trying the new Ultras with the V12 sound engine.
Pros: A bit more clearer on the vocals and not as bass heavy. Band is almost unbreakable, components are exchangeable
Cons: Titanium can be easily scratched. Wires feel softer, not sure if I consider it a con, though
Summary: For $ 129 these are very very good. Kind of like a more sophisticated Dr Dre headset....No - they are not SN 225 is, but for the trendy style conscious set, they are great. If you tried these, you would be very surprised....The muddy sound of the Dr Dr es - immediately turns one off.
Excerpt: Il s’est fait remarquer aux oreilles de Michael Phelps, le champion de natation américain, lors des JO 2012 à Londres. Mais le Tracks HD a également beaucoup d’autres qualités et notamment celles d’être démontables, personnalisables et performants.
Pros: La configuration et le look personnalisable, Simplicité et intelligence du concept, Un son généreux
Cons: Définition sonore peu poussée, Démontable, mais pas pliable