Should I Get Dr Dre Beats?

I won a competition and won £110 voucher for argos I was think of using that and some of my own money to buy Dr Dre beats Solo Hd

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4 Responses to “Should I Get Dr Dre Beats?”

  1. *** star *** says:

    yeah get them they are wicked

  2. Adam says:

    Overpriced and ridiculous.
    You can spend that somewhere better. I had beats but found a pair of JVC xplosions which were nearly as good as the beats.
    Only difference in my opinion was beats give a deep base…..and my JVC’s were £30

  3. Corey says:

    Sound wise yes go for it they are great good buy but not the best noise cancelation for that its bose all the way

  4. John says:

    Although I don’t necessarily recommend Beats headphones other than for style, they do sound pretty good if you listen to bass-heavy music such as dubstep, or hip-hop. But they do not produce a balanced sound, meaning that that they are focused on making you hear the “thump-thump” of music, not an equal balance of bass, treble, voice, etc. Argos has some Sennheiser headphones that are much cheaper, but that doesn’t make them worse (Sennheiser actually makes audiophile (music lover) headphones that go from $1,000 to $1,499). The HD 419 are £49.99, and the HD 202 MK II (which I’m currently using), are only £22.99. The HD 419’s do look nice (not as nice as Beats, of course), and the HD 202’s not so much (although they look better in real-life than in photos) and they have a REALLY LONG cord. Both Sennheiser headphones have full bass (you can feel the “punch” when you listen to bass-heavy music), but they also allow the rest of the sound to come through more clearly. I would recommend those if you don’t mind heaphones that are a little less flashy, but overall better sounding. The HD 419’s also sound good on mainstream stuff like pop, pop rock, hip-hop, and dance. I’d recommend those instead.

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