Beats Mixr Headphones are designed for DJs, so they're the lightest and loudest model Beats makes. Created for audio enthusiasts and professionals alike, these over-ear headphones reproduce accurate sound and meet the needs of the world's best DJs. And their super-lightweight design means you can pull them on and off while you're onstage without any trouble.
Industrial strength sound
Designed to be heard over parties at 100+ decibels, Mixr delivers extremely deep bass at extraordinarily high volume. Made for pros warming up the party.
DJ bells and whistles
Rotating earcups swivel back behind the ears, then rotate back for total isolation. With dual input and daisy chain connectors, it's easy to share what you're listening to.
Made for life on the road
The ultra-flexible headband was crafted to be super lightweight, and easily foldable for jetting off to your next destination.
Built to withstand the rigors of DJ life, which means creating a housing flexible and tough enough to take a beating. No worries about them breaking or fraying anytime soon.
- 40mm drivers provide low frequency range with a custom diaphragm, which produces smooth mids and highs
- Soft leatherette ear pads fit over the ear comfortably, so they're wearable for hours
- Metal construction and a molded headband keep these headphones sturdy and travel-friendly
- Ear cups pivot up to 270 degrees for single-ear monitoring with articulation and a snug fit unique to your ears
- Dual input 3.5mm jacks let you daisy chain audio with friends and other music enthusiasts for easy sharing
- Keeps ambient noise out to provide a cleaner sound while reducing leakage from your own music
Did you notice?Blocks ambient noise for clear audio playback and totally confident mixing.
Apple Recommends ForLight weight and totally accurate sound for DJing.
What's in the Box?
- Beats Mixr headphones
- 3.5mm audio cable
- Audio adapter
- Cable with in-line mic and remote that controls iOS devices
- Carrying case
- Form Factor: On Ear
- Cable Length: 7.2 ft./2.2 m
- Mfr. Part Number: 900-00031-01
- UPC or EAN No.: 848447000197
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- Warranty: One-year limited
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Ratings & Reviews
From my experience, these are the best Beats model headphone.
These lack the noise canceling features of the studio and pro models but I didn't notice a marked difference when testing all the These lack the noise canceling features of the studio and pro models but I didn't notice a marked difference when testing all the models (in terms of noise elimination).
The design and materials are very sturdy. Quite frankly, they're just a gorgeous looking pair of headphones.
The fit is snug (keep in mind these are a DJ model headphone), so they may not be for everyone. The studio and solo headphones series are definitely more comfortable i.e. you put them on and could likely wear them for several hours without adjustment. These you will be moving around from time to time. The snugness makes them a little less comfortable but it also provides a solid seal over your ear, to eliminate outside chatter without the need for battery powered noise cancelation. For me, this was the biggest plus. I travel a lot and the thought of not being able to use my headphones because I forgot my batteries or they wore out was just not an option. However, the more snug fit will likely lead to people getting a little warmer, because they do tend to hold heat in much better. Just something to keep in mind.
A big plus on the DJ model is the pivoting ear cups. It allows you to rotate one cup back and off your ear while continuing to listen in the other, all while maintaing the fit on your head. It's hard to explain but if you try them, you'll know what I mean. These also have the ability to plug the interchangeable chords in to either side of the headset, which is a nice convenience. It is especially helpful if you use them in different settings (like having my macbook headphone jack on the left but preferring the controls on the right when I listen on my iphone. It's a small thing but it matters.
Sound is really crisp on the Mixr model. To my amateur ear they were a lot clearer sounding than the studio and solo models. Mids and highs were very good but they do lack the more powerful bass (if that is your thing).
One noticeable difference on these vs the studio was sound leak was certainly mitigated. If you turn them up a little louder, you're not going to have people around you giving out the death stare. The studios unfortunately seemed to leak quite a bit more sound than you would expect from a $300 pair of headphones.
Overall, if you're in the market for a higher end pair of headphones these are very good. I wanted to give them 4.5 stars but that's not an option, so I leaned more towards 5 than 4 because of everything I explained.
I think they're moderately overpriced at $250 but you do really get what you pay for. When you compare the sound quality and material construction, at similar price points, the vastly outweigh the competition. This is the first pair of Beats I have owned, so I'm not a fan boy. The performance of these, in comparison to others that I tried swayed me more than the name ever could. If they price tag doesn't deter you, or the snug fit, I would recommend these to just about anyone looking for a good all around travel / work headset. …
- Written by Ryan N from LEXINGTON
161 of 175 people found this useful
A+ Mixr Beats
These are some of the sickest Headphones Ive ever owned. Sound quality is amazing and they are very portable and comfortable. I hi These are some of the sickest Headphones Ive ever owned. Sound quality is amazing and they are very portable and comfortable. I highly recommend picking up a pair or giving them as a gift! Keep it up Beats. …
- Written by Abe C from Los Angeles
109 of 118 people found this useful
There are best
The are very good to use
- Written by Marlon B from Miami
82 of 118 people found this useful
Great headphones for a DJ!
They have awesome bass and great sound quality! I really love that they help cancel out noise to make it easier to hear what you n They have awesome bass and great sound quality! I really love that they help cancel out noise to make it easier to hear what you need to hear. I also use these for personal use but what I really love is the cup rotation so you can listen to music and other people when having a conversation. There's only a couple complaints I have about these headphones though. They aren't built the greatest compared to V-Moda, Bose, JBL, etc. and they become uncomfortable after a while. They squeeze your head a little too much but that helps keep them on your head when bouncing up and down. My favorite feature to the all Beats is the cable can be replaced when needed and what's nice about the Pros and Mixrs is you can chain an additional pair of headphones off to share your music. …
- Written by Jesse H from Clarence Center
These headphones are magnificent
Ok to start this of these are not advised to be used in a studio. Even though they are more clear than all of the beats by dre hea Ok to start this of these are not advised to be used in a studio. Even though they are more clear than all of the beats by dre headphones (besides the pro's.) They have a very tight punchy base with clear highs. However the mids are a little drowned out because of slightly over powering bass, but this problem comes with all the beats by dre but less with the mixr's and pro's.
Allot of the reviews of these headphones say that they are very uncomfortable. for the most part this is the truth but if you wear these headphones for about 1 week they will adjust to the size of your head. This may take more time for most people because i am always mixing music and D.Jing so i am really heavy on these headphones.
In the durability department these headphones are right up there with the pro's thy are made out of this sort of metal and really hard plastic and these headphones are rock solid unlike the solo hd's which started falling apart on me the first week and a half even though I am a heavy user on the headphones cases. Which bring's me to the headphone case. The mixr's have the best case out of all the beats by dre's even the pro's. These headphones have super convenient swivelling for the ear cups so they fold right up into a small little package.
-These are not for producing the pro's are for that thats why there called the pro's. These are more for just listening to good music with amazing sounding headphones.
-if you planed on getting these for studio use or D.Jing and you really had your heart set on getting beats by dre I advise that you spend the extra $100 on the beats by dre pro's
-If you find these to still be uncomfortable even after 2 week's there is no harm in returning them. …
- Written by jordan M from Mississauga
7 of 8 people found this useful
The right earphone stopped working about 4 months after purchase. I didn't use my headphones much and I take good care of them. Da The right earphone stopped working about 4 months after purchase. I didn't use my headphones much and I take good care of them. Darn!!...and I really liked these headphones too! This makes this my second pair of beats heaphones that broke on me after about 4 months of usage, my first pair was the Beats Tour. I ignored many complaints about Beats durability thinking that most people don't take care of there equipment..but low and behold, it happened to me.....twice.
Conclusion, good sound, style and a snug fit. In my case, that doesn't mean much if they break easily. I'm going back to using Shure headphones. …
- Written by Omar B from JAMAICA
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Is this wireless?
- Asked by Natalia P from Miami
- Jul 3, 2014
These Mix'rs are not wireless, but they do come with aux cable plugins on both hear cuffs.
- Answered by Yoyo Dj 6 ( from Stanfield
- Aug 10, 2014
can you workout in them, meaning can they get wet from sweat?
- Asked by Janice A from Owens Cross Roads
- Dec 11, 2012
These are reputably very high performing headphones. They were engineered with DJ's in mind, to be u These are reputably very high performing headphones. They were engineered with DJ's in mind, to be used in the studio and on-stage. The headset design, as universal as it seems, is a really reserved design, especially this one. As mentioned in the description, they are composed with durable materials, but the involved movement of running, and the sweat, might take away from the precise design it comes as. I would not recommend to use this for any type of physical exercise.
Beats(c) however does offer some in-ear listening devices for active training! …
- Answered by Anthony C from Lasalle
- Feb 9, 2013
Is it Bluetooth or wireless?
- Asked by Vera J from San Antonio
- Jun 7, 2014
No, it uses a detachable cord.
- Answered by Kris M from Kanata
- Jul 4, 2014
Can i use mixr on iphone 5s?! Why it's not in compatibility list ?
- Asked by Armin M from Los Angeles
- Mar 5, 2014
It works with the 5c and 5s but it isn't listed because it probably was written before the 5c/5s wer It works with the 5c and 5s but it isn't listed because it probably was written before the 5c/5s were released …
- Answered by Alicia K from Keith
- Mar 15, 2014