Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphone (Blue)

June 10, 2013 - Comment

After 25 Years, Dr. Dre was tired of spending months on a track only to have his fans hear it on weak, distorting ear buds.  Two years and hundreds of prototypes later, Beats Studio headphones are the icons that bring you sound the way it was originally intended. Powerful soundNoise cancellationEar cups for sound isolation¼”

After 25 Years, Dr. Dre was tired of spending months on a track only to have his fans hear it on weak, distorting ear buds.  Two years and hundreds of prototypes later, Beats Studio headphones are the icons that bring you sound the way it was originally intended.

Powerful soundNoise cancellationEar cups for sound isolation¼” audio adapter Beats Studio headphones deliver professional-grade sound for professionals and audiophiles alike.  They’re tuned for all genres of music and made for relentless, heavy-duty use.

The Beats Studio headphone is the iconic flagship product for Beats by Dr. Dre.  The active noise cancellation feature gives Studio headphones a unique level of power and performance.  Now available in eight colorways.  Keeps background noise way back.

Powered by a pair of AAA batteries, the noise cancellation feature in a pair of Beats Studio headphones reduces distraction ambient sound, making sure nothing comes between you and your music.   Extra comfortable ear cups.Super-plush and covered with ultra-soft breathable materials, you’ll be cool and comfortable even during marathon listening sessions.

The Beats by Dr. Dre logo on the side even acts as a mute button when you press it.   A flawless and iconic fit.Designers of Beats Studio headphones conducted a series of ergonomic studies to find the perfect lightweight, foldable headphone that always delivers a comfortable fit.  The result is a d

Product Features

  • Powerful enough to block out a jet engine.Powered by a pair of AAA batteries, the noise cancellation feature in a pair of Beats Studio headphones amplifies the music as it blocks out noise, giving you consistently powerful and intense sound.
  • Extra comfortable earcups.Super plush and covered with ultra-soft breathable materials. The Beats logo on the side also acts as a mute button when you press it. No need to take them off to talk.
  • A flawless and iconic fit.The perfect lightweight, foldable headphone that fits all sizes and shapes comfortably. The result is a design now copied by brands around the world.

Comments

Kiyo M. says:

Excellent bass. Stylish. Great for travel. Surround sound/depth could be better. I have been really satisfied (and still using) with the (which cost about $300 at the time; the most expensive headphone I’ve ever spent). Sennheiser is known for making leading professional headphones/microphones/etc….And then there’s MONSTER.As far as I’m aware, I’ve only known MONSTER for selling really really expensive overpriced cables for TV/home theater/audio input components. Well, Monster has teamed up with hip hop artist/actor/record producer, Dr. Dre (made Eminem famous) and created this “High-Definition” headphones, which they call BEATS.I’ll be comparing the Monster Beats headphone with the Sennheiser HD-595, since it’s the most expensive headset that I own (till this one), and I’d be shocked to find something that sounds better than the HD-595 (that’s around the same price range or less).I think…

J. Genson "The Headphone Snob" says:

Stylish design and clean, deep bass, but overpriced I’ll start out by saying I collect mid-priced headphones(between $50 – $300). It may be an odd hobby, but it gives me a certain perspective that others may not have. I’m also an engineering major, and I found the general lack of objective, in-depth headphone reviews on Amazon to be disconcerting. So, here I am, taking a shot at reviewing some of the headphones I either own or have spent a lot of time listening to.I’ve devised a simple six-song test and rating system, where 0 – 2 is abysmal, 2.1 – 4 is poor, 4.1 – 6 is mediocre, 6.1 – 8 is above average, and 8.1 – 10 is excellent.The songs are very diverse; I was trying to represent a wide range of genres. They are “The Chain” by Fleetwood Mac(encoded in 256 kbps Ogg Vorbis), “Every Planet We’ve Reached is Dead” by Gorillaz(256 kbps .ogg), “Concerto Grosso #26 in D major” by Handel(256 kbps .ogg), “I Know You Are, But What Am I?” by Mogwai(500 kbps .ogg), “Afro Blue” by Triplexity(192 kbps .ogg), and “The…

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