The headphones themselves were created for style, as well as function, and it shows. Clad in a glossy red, and with the distinctive Beats by Dre logo gracing each ear cup, it’s not hard to stand out in a crowd with these mounted atop your head. Though they do not feature the same ear cushioning as in the Beats By Dr Dre Studio models, the headphones are remarkably comfortable, and suitable for extended periods of wear and usage. The audio jack for the headphones can also be removed and replaced as deemed fit by the wearer, which is a nice and cost efficient touch.
Of course, as these are Beats Headphones Outlet UK, the sound is the most integral part of the design, and as it stands, Beats are adequate in providing good sound. The bass quality provided by the headphone is the most impressive aspect, sounding like a bona fide subwoofer, and sending reverberations that can not only be heard, but felt. Vocals and instrumental melodies flow smoothly as well, and you may catch yourself hearing little nuances you weren’t able to hear before thanks to the clarity.
The cons are simple, and may be a deal breaker for some. The price of a pair, as of this writing, is just over $200, which is a bit steep for some(though nothing compared to some higher-end headphones), and certainly not something you can actively replace if you are prone to breaking or blowing out your Beats by Dre Solo HD. Second, while these do sound good, a similar price point have these beat(pun intended) in terms of sound quality, and also offer features like noise-canceling and better padding.