Beats by Dr Dre welcomes a new set of ostentatious headphones to its gaudy stable -- the Beats mixr are a set of cans with DJ chops, built in collaboration with French roof-raiser David Guetta. designed specifically for DJs, combining ground-breaking sound quality with an ultra-compact design. The Beats mixr is able to handle the highest of sound levels with an ultra crisp sonic signature. Its unique design allows the wearer to conveniently swivel the ear cup 180 degrees in order to listen to the external environment and is incomparable at performing in loud, high noise environments whether it is in a club, a recording studio or on the street. Styled like the rest of the bass-heavy Beats line, one of the mixr's earcups swivels around on a hinge, so you can hear whether or not your audience has given up and gone home.
We quite like the design, which appears to come in both black and white options, with matte or gloss coatings. Often headphones with more complicated stylings or swivelling earcups are let down by plasticky parts, so we're hoping these feel sturdy when we give them the full review treatment.
Beats has previously teamed up with musical luminaries such as Sean 'Diddy' Combes, Lady Gaga and, er, Justin Bieber.
The Beats line-up is a mixed bag, with some of the headphones sounding rather muddy, but others blew us away with their thumping bass and impressive clarity. Fingers crossed the mixr falls into the latter camp.
As you'd expect from something with this much swanky red cabling, the beats mixr is a shade on the pricey side. Specifically, you'll be shelling out $169 for the privilege of adorning your bonce with these boisterous 'phones.
While the Beats mixr is designed for DJs, the lightweight yet durable headphone could also appeal to consumers that seek a high quality headphone experience.
The Beats mixr is available on hotsalemarts.com stores on today and will come with a suggested retail price of $169. The product is available in both black and white in either a gloss or matte finish. The sleek headband slides to ensure an exact fit that is perfect for both men and women.
Aside from the gorgeous package design, once you unseal and open the red Beats box, you're greeted by a large black and white photo of Dr. Dre and a soft-shell, smooth headphones case. The case has the popular "b" logo printed on both side, and Monster's name stitched along the seam.
Inside the case are the core of what's inside the box: Mixr headphones. They are super stylish in a mat black finish, accented by red Beats logos on each ear cup and wiring.
Since Beats Mixr headphones are created collaboratively with Guetta, you are assured these are created by a globally renown DJ for DJs, audiophiles and cool cats alike.
Watching DJs in action, you can see they need a sturdy pair of headphones. Mixr answers that call as they look and feel of strong construction.
I really like the compact form factor and ear cups on these headphones. In fact, the ear cups can swivel 180 degrees on both sides, pratically designed for both portability and listening to music while mixing. I'm not a mixer (yet), but I see value with this function at home or work to keep an ear glued to the beats, while keeping an ear out for phone calls, emails or social media alerts.
The Mixr headphones connect to your mp3 player through the familiar red Monster cable (standard 1/8" to 1/8") with Control Talk, best used with Apple devices to control volume and track up/down or speak on your phone.
A second DJ-style coiled cord is included with these headphones, equipped with both a 1/8" to 1/8" plugs and 1/8" to 1/4" adapter.
One of my favourite features on the Mixr Beats is the dual input ports on each earcup so you can share mixes, or audio by daisy-chaining with a friend. (This would be perfect the next time I'm flying and want to share a TV program or movie's audio from my tablet with the person next to me.)
Monster once again hits the right notes again with the David Guetta Mixr Beats by Dr. Dre headphones. I'm thoroughly impressed with the construction and design and the sound quality was what I've experienced and come to expect from the brand. Also, the sound was as expected from the premium headphones maker - deep bass, clear tones and noise-cancelling-
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