• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Bad news if they're faulty

    • Written by from Mosman

    so Apple Australia say it's nothing to do with them if the headphones are faulty (who cares that they own the company???). And the phone numbers they give you with the headphones don't work from Australia. Go figure. Have emailed Monster and still twiddling my thumbs for a reply.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Hey

    • Written by from NORWICH

    Good

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing

    • Written by from Subang jaya

    I bought my Beats Pro for about 6 months now, I'm still very satisfied with the sound quality. I don't mind paying the high price for this headphone, but the poor thing is that they don't come with a good hard headphone case to protect it which makes it very difficult to travel around with this headphone.

    0 of 1 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very good - even compared to "serious" headphones

    • Written by from Melbourne

    Let me start by saying I probably own far too many headphones - Sennheiser Momentum Over-Ear, Sennheiser Amperior, Audio Technica ATH M50, Parrot Zik, Bose QC20i etc....you get the idea. I finally relented and added the Beats Pro to my over-flowing closet. And they may actually be my favourite headphone of the lot. If you know about headphones then that's quite some praise! I admit they aren't the most comfortable or most accurate sounding of my collection. But they make you feel like you are AT the concert. I like that. A lot. They have the best bass of the lot - strong, punchy but never muddy or overly excessive. The highs are a smidgeon rolled off but that is actually pleasing for higher volume listening (my M50's are utterly painful at high volumes). In comparison to the the Pro's, my Momentum's sound utterly boring with mediocre dynamics and non-existent highs. The Amperior's are similar in dynamics to the Pro's but don't dig into the lows in the same way, and their soundstage is non-existent. I could go on and on about the pros and cons of each headphone but trust me when I say that for most popular music genres the Beats Pro's are near the top of the pile. Coming from an audio geek (and Engineer) that is somewhat unexpected but it's the truth. If you can afford them, go for it.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Overpriced

    • Written by from Glasgow

    Bog standard iPhone earbuds are just as good as these. Shocking price for something so average. Much, much better stuff on the market & cheaper too

    6 of 21 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The BEST of Beats headphones at the moment I must say

    • Written by from Omaha

    I have owned seven brand name headphones and have tried many others like Monster , Klipsch, Bose QC 15, Sennheiser, ect. And recently I tried, tried , tried and bought an Authentic Beats Pro 2014. The sound quality is amazing, you have to try it for your experience and believe what I mean. The look is nice and very durable since 90% of it wae made from Aluminum.
    Yes, don't let other low reviews put you down on it. This is my best hp in my collection so far. I would recommend to anyone for this Beats Pro. I bought it only $262.00 which is a deal for me. Be careful of knock off product though. Again, trust me you won't go wrong with this.
    Peace and good luck.

    9 of 12 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Well constructed, poor sound quality!

    • Written by from santa monica

    I have had these headphones for 2 years and being the audiophile that I am, I have noticed that the sound quality of these headphones has decreased from when I first purchased them. When i first took them out of the box and gave them a listen, they didn't sound too bad, but the mids were not as crisp as i was hoping, and the highs were barely existent. These being Beats, obviously, the lows (bass) were not tight at all and very overly pronounced, which gave me a headache after 10 minutes. I must say they are very comfortable and built very well with the most superior quality. If you care more about looks than sound, these may be for you.

    6 of 13 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Dr Dre Beats Pro

    • Written by from VANCOUVER

    10/10-All I can say is the best of the best...Amazing sound!!!!

    7 of 10 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Do you like bass?

    • Written by from swansea

    Plenty of bass, solid and super clear mid range with a crisp high end, great at keeping out the outside world noises. I worried about spending so much on a pair of cans but have no regrets. These are really good, thoroughly recommend but please be aware that metal cans dent easily when smashed repeatedly against the sharp corner of a table when in the hands of 18 month old children. The soft padded areas have stood up well to being sucked and bitten and remember to always detach the headphone cord for safety reasons.

    18 of 21 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Overpriced and Overestimated

    • Written by from Norristown

    Bought these headphones last, year, looking to get rid of them for something better and less expensive. My friend's Audio Technicas have just as much bass and more clarity for $150 and they're light. Wearing these headphones for more than an hour gives anyone a headache because they're so heavy. They're good headphones, but not worth that ridiculous price.

    12 of 15 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great

    • Written by from New Westminster

    Yes these are 400$ which is expensive. It's worth the purchase of buying these. For those who say they are too tight, they have terrible kids and highs and muddy bass, they break too easy, we'll, you probably own fake beats pros. BEATS PROS ARE THE BEST HEADPHONES IN THE WORLD OKAY! If you think otherwise, then you don't know anything about sound unless if you compared every single headphone in the markets, or if you're some kind of technician. But in my opinion, they are the best. And I like that little tight feeling on my head. It keeps them from coming off.

    5 of 14 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good

    • Written by from Calgary

    They sound is very good and bass is nice and deep but straight to the point they are way to expensive my opinion I would STrongly recommend Studios. They are 150$ less and sound just the same!

    0 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Their great

    • Written by from Douglasville

    I have these , I got them brand new about 4 months ago, but I got the Monster ones which aren't manufactured any more but can still be bought (correct me if I'm wrong), these headphones are great. I love how I can use them to daisy chain, and the bass isnt like other people say it is very powerful and if you dont like that go to your equalizer and tap , click , choose bass reducer but if you were to listen to a hip hop song then immediately start listening to a gospel song the song wouldnt sound bass filled like a hip hop song would but the bass in the gospel song would sound great still because of the clarity in these headphones. Also they aren't advertised as noise cancelling headphones but they do a good job at it.

    5 of 6 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Headphones

    • Written by from Brisbane

    A lot of online reviews for these headphones are negative. People deem them low quality and overpriced and say they pale in comparison to other, cheaper brands. I decided to judge for myself by going down to the apple store and having a listen. I then went to JB Hi-Fi and tried out headphones by the cheaper and praised Bose, TDK, Skullcandy, Sony and Sennheiser brands. I tried the Bose quiet comfort's 15's ($299), the Sony MDR1R ($299), the Seenheiser Audiophile Momentum Headphones ($399) and the Skullcandy Aviators ($249) - headphones constantly reviewed as better then the beats pro by online sources. I found this to be untrue.

    The Skullcandy headphones were decent for their price, but the bass and overall audio quality was no match for the Beats Pro. The Bose headphones simply sounded like a cheaper version of the Beats - also lacking in sound quality - but alright for their price. The Sony MDR1R sounded thin compared to the other brands as did the TDK headphones. The headphones coming in closest to the beats in terms of sound quality were the Seenheiser Audiophile Momentum Headphones ($399). While the overall sound quality was definitely up there with the Beats Pro, once the bass kicked in there was no contest. The Beats were better.

    Don't let negative reviews deter you. These headphones are great quality. The bass in them is un-rivalled. And songs with little bass still sound incredible. They work great with all genres of music. The price is high, yes. But you can definitely tell the difference between a pair of $200 or $300 headphones and these $500 ones. They look good and feel good on your head and ears. Another bonus is that thanks to their thick padding, people around me can barely hear the music i am listening to, even when turned up to the max volume. They don't feel as heavy as people make out, but regardless you do get used to the weight. I rate them 4.5/5. Best headphones i have ever listened to and i don't regret the purchase at all.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beats Pros are AWESOME

    • Written by from Marshall

    My very first beats and they are great...Sounds great, feels great, and looks great. What else can I say these things are the best headphones and they are for sure worth the 400 bucks.

    10 of 16 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    My 3rd headphone from beats

    • Written by from 堺市中区八田北町

    From studios to executives then executives to pro! I wished i bought these headphones from the first place. Hands down.

    10 of 12 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    beats by dr dre

    • Written by from new york

    its good and relax and btter than all beats :)

    5 of 7 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best Headphones out there

    • Written by from Clarenville

    I have to say i Just Got them today and I never put them down only I wanted to to put them down. the beats pro is the best for DJ’S and if you and to have them. The Pros and Studio’s are way different because the high,mids,and lows in the pros are better then the studios i do Recommend the Pros if you want to have the style and all that get the Pros for your 300 or 400 dollars if you are a fan of Electronic music/Hip Hop Music I do Recommend the pros more then the Studios. I do have the studios and Pros Pros are better

    6 of 10 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    No better existing headphones then Beats Pro

    • Written by from SAINT JAMES

    THERE THE BEST! I have never listened to a better pair of headphones in my life. I've listened to Beats Wireless (which are also amazing), Skull Candy Hesh and Bose 15 Noise Cancelation. There worth every penny. There isn't one bad thing about them. They are so amazing. The best noise cancelation ever and best amount of bass. Get them ASAP! They are so amazing. In my life time, I never listened to a better pair of headphones. Any Beats By Dre product is top of line. Always get Beats products! They are the best headphones ever as far as I can say.

    14 of 23 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    beat pros

    • Written by from Ponder

    the beats pro isnt just a good looking pair of headphones they are also a good sounding set of headphones the perfect bass and you dont miss a single detail with beats pro they are so worth what you pay

    14 of 24 people found this useful