• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound and product, too big

    • Written by from Fort Worth

    I LOVE the sound that these headphones deliver. The case keeps them safe, and the headphones aren't flimsy or easily messed up (just don't drop them). My only real complaint is that they are too big for my head! I guess the distance from ear to ear over the top of my head is very short -- you can adjust the headphones obviously, but even on the shortest length, they slide down my ears and squeeze in an uncomfortable way. My girlfriend got the studio beats for Christmas, and they fit much better. I love the sound of the Mixrs though. SO, I will have to fashion some sort of fabric thing with velcro and batting to allow them to fit comfortably. That's my only problem with them :(

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Product

    • Written by from Stamford

    Ok so when I got these I headphones I bought them for the purpose of DJ-ing with them. I bought them in white from the apple store I've had them for about three weeks and they're not dirty at all the packaging is great and the carrying case is good for carrying your extra cables or adapters. When you first put them on they'e tight on your ears and you can't were them for extended periods of time, but after a week and a half they shape to your head and you can were them as long as you like. The sound quality is very good and the base isn't overpowering like it is on other beats headphones. The swiveling ear cups is very useful for DJ-ing. Overall great buy. Great sound quality and durability and style is an added bonus. I'm giving this four stars because of the tightness on your head when you first were them eliminate that and I would give them a five star review.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for Daily Use

    • Written by from BRONX

    I use this on the train, library, at the office.
    They are not noise canceling, so ambient noise can interfere with the sound quality.
    Construction is strong; not flimsy like the other models.
    Upgrading from inexpensive in ear.
    Fit is good and easily adjustable.
    At first there was some discomfort, but this had more to do with moving from "in ear" to "over the head" headphones.
    Lightweight despite size.
    I highly recommend these especially for bass lovers.

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Mixrs 4 Mixing

    • Written by from Toronto

    As DJs, we are known to be picky on our equipment (if not, then its just me).
    These headphones may not be the best in the world (though Beats have the highest market share and try to convince that they sell the best headphones) they are not, but to be honest, they get the job done. I previously owned the Studios and Pros, but the Studios have a low quality external noise reduction and the Pro Beats (though more durable and more noise reduction) are just too heavy. Therefore, the Beats Mixrs (which are made with the same material as the Pro Beats) give out the same power and noise reduction as the Pros and the "eardrum shaking" bass as the Studios.
    These headphones aren't too big and they look pretty stylish when performing on stage. I give these headphones a 4/4.5 out of 5 and I strongly recommend them to others.


    11 of 13 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Love these headphones but....

    • Written by from New lenox

    So when I went to Best Buy to try these on I was checking to see which ones I wanted. The executives were garbage. The studios were as well. The solos weren't the best. But when I put these on it was so different. These were so much better. A clean bass and good treble. My only complaint is that my left ear hurts a little after wearing them for a long time. I had to stretch them out too because they were so tight they hurt. I'm a female and so with my long hair my BIGGEST complaint is that my hair gets caught in the rings all the time and it HURTS. I've figured out how to avoid this situation but it's quite a pain. Other than that they look like pros (unfortunately I didn't get to give those a go but they're good from what I've heard) and have great sound.

    25 of 34 people found this useful