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Review: Beats By Dre Studios

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The time has come; the moment you’ve all been waiting for is here. Monster Beats By Dre sent me to music heaven and back. It’s been a long time that I’ve put on headphones that made me say “OMG, this is amazing!”

Today, I entered a local tech store and experienced the comfort and the realism of sound with Monster Over The Hear Studio headphones. These sleek, and stylish headphones are embedded with comfortable padding that give your ears a breath of fresh air.

Since this was an in-store demo, I wasn’t able to see what was in the box. However, if you’re dying to know, head over to YouTube and watch the unboxing of this bad-boy. The Studio range come in three colours; black, red, and white, all as stylish as one another.

I’ve got to be honest with you – the first time I put these Monster Studio headsets on, I wondered how headphones such as these are capable to produce outstanding base. It was amazing! It honestly felt like you were in your own studio with Dre right beside you. If you’re like me, and can’t go a day without listening to music, these headphones will become your best friend.

If I had one complaint about these headphones, then it’s the following: sound leaks – sure these headphones provide amazing sound quality. However, sound leaks can ruin a masterpiece. These leaks provide nothing but disturbance for your surroundings.The Studio Over The Ear range is ideal for the semi-professional studio producer and DJ.

If you want the sleek and pro look then Studio is the way to go. To hear every beat pounding in your ear is music to dedicated listeners’. Beats By Dre: Over The Ear is personally suited to the users’ ears, for the headphones can be adjusted to your liking without any hastle, and they sit comfortably on your head. The packaging is just as beautiful, as it comes with a durable black case decorated with the ‘B’ emblem, and a microphybic cleaning cloth to keep the shine on going.

Of course, every product can have a downside. I’m sorry to say Monster left an enormous, and painful footprint on the price. That’s right, these profesional headphones come at a hefty cost. If you want to own headphones with Dre’s signiture, it’ll cost you £200 ($322). Even though this will be an expensive investment for your ears, it’s definetly worth a consideration!

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  • Busrah

    Very good point Sen and I’m not saying they’re the best out there. Of course there are competitors and some even blow beats out of the water, as you rightly said. If I had time, I would’ve made a comparison. However, the point I was trying to make is this: in my opinion, these headphones are specifically designed for particular genres of music, hip-hop, rock and pop. The in-store demo previewed hip-hop music, which performed pretty well. Thank you for readimg and commentimg on my article. Hope you enjoyed reading it as much I enjoyed writing it! 🙂

  • Sen Heiser

    Busrah, sadly beats are actually some of the most inaccurate and overpriced phones on the market. Sure, they thump and play a lot of Bass, but they are exceptionally fatiguing to listen to for very long. For much less money, phones from actual headphone companies, Sennheiser, Grado, AKG, Beyer, Shure, Sony, Fostex, Denon and others will provide a much more accurate audio experience, and allow you to enjoy listening for hours on end, with an extra pile of cash left over to buy music.