Beats By Dre Solo 2 Luxe Edition On-Ear Headphones | Black (WIRED, Not Wireless)

December 1, 2018 - Comment

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(as of April 20, 2020 7:28 am EDT - Details)

Streamlined, lightweight and durable Sleek, aesthetic design Custom-fit feeling with curved frame Ergonomic earcups Refined glossy finish 3.5mm color-matched RemoteTalk cable  Includes carrying case 

Product Features

  • Streamlined, lightweight and durable
  • Sleek, aesthetic design
  • Custom-fit feeling with curved frame
  • Ergonomic earcups
  • Refined glossy finish

Comments

Anonymous says:

Ignore The Negative Reviews: 5 star Critic Review *Please check pictures for confirmation of visuals*First and foremost, before I get into this review, yes, both left and right headphones work. I personally was not skeptical before buying these headphones, at all. I’ve seen countless reviews of people stating that “the left or right headphones are defective”, “my headphones stopped working after x amount of months”, etc. The problem is that most of these people probably do not how to effectively take care of…

Anonymous says:

Good all around headphones Overpriced as usual with Beats products. I like the feel and portability of these. They are very light easy to work with and sound is decent. These are really a 99 dollar pair of headphones. But there are sales to be found. I take a pair in my business bag everyday. I use them once or twice per week. I like that they are on ear as well. They still give plenty of bass. For some reason I tend to use these more often than my higher end audiophile headphones because they are light over the ear and…

Anonymous says:

Great Headphones There was a time when you could buy a pair of Sony bass boost headphones for $25 or so, and they sounded awesome. For some reason quality headphones are much harder to find these days. I don’t know if MP3s are to blame or if the quality just isn’t there, but I have tried numerous headphones in the $50-$100 range and found all of them to be a disappointing muddying mess. When I finally listened to a pair of Beats Solo 2s, I was amazed. There is sufficient bass, but most headphones provide that…

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