They are the best sounding headphones, very good looking and come with all the accessories you need!
The packaging is professional and the build quality is fantastic.
I have Owned a pair of these headphones for years and haven't started breaking, just incredible.
If your shopping for new headphones, i totally recommend to spend the premium and grab the studio 2.0 over any other headphones, you will NOT be disappointed.
These headphones are a joke. I do not understand why someone would at sane pay nearly 2,000 crowns before this.
I wanted a really nice set of overear, comfortable headphones that I could use on the many flights I do on planes. Noise cancelling, bluetooth, protective cover, good battery life for long haul flights - had to be all of those. I read reviews, waitied for the right moment and snagged 2 of these Beats Studio 2.0 sets from an eBay dealer selling authentic, no-refurbed sets. I got one for my daughter as well as myself.
Functionally, the headset was everything I wanted. Bluetooth range seemed weak if you got up and walked away from your p
Think the situation is transverse to what the sunken writes that people rather give good ratings though they do not own headphones, lol ..
No joke, on the same these kids sounds (to my ears I add) låångt from good but what is really good sound then you might wonder? I mean in the end, so it's extremely spearately one might think, and people simply have different conditions to assess noise. As such, some hear better / worse and some have never even had a couple of real high end kids on the head and especially with a real source connected via a "real" dac, amp, etc.. Further out to the headphones. It was then that my first verging on religious experience a bunch of years back in time, to not only get a way a couple 15k lurking on your head without also having the ability to switch back and forth as I want between sources and amplifiers, ranging from extreme high end chains of components into a single simple portable lurförstärkare with Hifiman HM801 source.
Tested these when they were relatively new on the market (in Sweden anyway) with just brand new HM801 who was then (that I know of?) The first true portable (electric trailer only, lol) source on the market that had "real" dac ' s inside and no mobile woes. 2 pcs. mono DACS in the form of Burr-Brown PCM1704UK dac'si it makes the right superior to the "ipod"-like source, and run the above mobiles like nothing. Again according to me then audio experience is just as spearately, but what has all detT with just Beats by Dre to do?
Well, I try my very limited Swedish skills to explain the copious difference there can be between different handsets and how much the entire component chain itself can record the sound image that ultimately played in your ears and then I have not even mentioned the material in the form at the music files / formats and the large difference such a seemingly simple thing can do for sound quality.
Dr. Dre's Beats has so many flaws that it's hard to mention all here and now on limited space but we can start with the lower register where the base course, the most obvious thing you notice at a first trial listening. Sure, I agree and understand that many young people may not have tried much in the market so that they have a good base aytt stand at any comparisons and therefore might think that "wow, what a base in these kids," but the amount of bass is not crucial in my opinion, but the quality of it. Beats the quantity so that's enough for most people but the quality feels so-so. Takes over too much and together with the small skrämmnade bad midrange which feels subdued and restrained and additionally roars the part that anyway I hear best at low volumes. Will not even think about turning up the volume much with these then the whole sound images quickly degenerates and even treble starts to feel intrusive, crisp, crunchy and unbearable while it at low volumes although it may seem subdued? Or rather restrained, perhaps, it may not live out so to speak and that wonderful crisp, bright, clean and airy feel of a quality tweeter is completely absent.
They may seem a bit dark empty but then at a disadvantage vis a tex. Beyer's DT770 (especially Pro 80) that even they had some similar criticisms of the ratio of bass, midrange and treble. However HE WAY I luckily also the judgment and find out that they're a better variant of this type of handset, then think of people who enjoy deep bass, bass junkies or whatever to call them, lol. 80Ohm may not be fully optimized for small portable source without additional amplification, but they are nevertheless a significant improvement compared with Beats for half price more electricity less, but of course I agree that they are not as fancy and arouse definitely not the same "covet" and "look at me feeling" that Beats'en do at random schoolyard in random city and a little bit there in lies part of my other problems with these kids!
It seems quite clear that the Beats even after several years on the market are still treated more as a status symbol in various youth circuits, something the little Tuffe hiphoper simply must have in their circle of friends then nothing else will do? Do not understand the true way of thinking behind this phenomenon? There are actually more comfortable, better and cheaper kids to choose from, Beats was good looking when they came (and still is to some extent imm) but feels almost exclusively as a status symbol today, which feels really silly when the circuit which usually takes them hardly some hifi heads in true sense! There are lots of better looking, better lurking out there for equivalent electricity even better price. Take a look at such relatively new Sennheiser Momentum, which is also a closed-Hook? They're much prettier to look at and should get plenty of people to turn my head if that's what you're after? But it is of course NOT Beats on them of course, lol.
But if you're bass head then you are I guess, finally I would like to give even a hint on another hook for these hip hop fans who want tunggung, though it is then an IEM and will therefore not attract the same attention, of course. The model is called IE80 and can be found for less money, around: 2k I would bet on. Even IE8 (which I personally own) is very similar but then are there even IE7 and IE6 for even less money and can be a cheaper and more flexible alternative to the Beats for "the average bass head." After playing in my IE8 with a Whiplash TWag v2 Eclipse Cable (Balanced tap on going through an old TB1 Toucan amplifier, is absolutely wonderful upgrade) during a so-so 2-3 hundred hours so bends the sound in a way that beats only dream about. Whiplash can of course also be used for other kids when Mammen behind the company gladly mods to your preference. http://www.whiplashaudio.com/cables/headphone-cables/elite-jha-ue-westone-iem-replacement-cable.html
Yes yes, as I said just a tip for alternative bass heavy nap (but IEM) for a more reasonable idea that also provides opportunities to lower / raise the base directly on the handset too. Still gives Beats a 3 instead of 1st gear I felt to give them, I think they're comfortable to wear for long periods, provided you do not run out of battery then ..
I bought a pair of these headphones thinking they look great as a statement and the sound would be okay but not amazing. I was totally wrong these headphones are amazing they have such a great base and the trebble is very good I use them regularly they are really hard wearing too, I have commuted wearing these headphones for months and they still look perfect could not be happier. If your looking for a great pair of headphones these are definitely worth the money. They look great sound great and are all round fantastic.
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