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Aug. 25, 2012 - PRLog -- Beats Solo HD headphones are made for music lovers looking for high-definition headphones that look as good as they sound. Beats Solo HD headphones are the only Beats by Dr. Dre that come with not one, but two speakers inside each can. That means you get crystal clear highs and deep, rumbling lows in high definition. $129.95 Beats By Dr. Dre Solo HD Headphones (Light Blue) on for Free Shipping to your front door worldwide.

Beats By Dr. Dre Solo HD Headphones (Light Blue)

Now in Comfort and Style Headphones that could study the true dynamics of today's music were an uncommon—until the famous Monster beats Studio hit the scene. Now, a new headphone in the Beats tradition, Monste Beats Solo. brings you Wonderful sound in a smaller, lighter on-ear design. With Beats Solo, you'll hear every sonic detail the musicians and recording engineers laid down in the studio. Deep bass. Hard hitting drums. Bold midrange. And clean, undistorted highs. All in a comfortable fit you can wear for hours.

Once again there is no skimping on design when it comes tothe Beats by Dr. Dre line of headphones. Everything is done with a polish and finish exemplifying the brand and the people they are marketing this product too. The pair of Solo HD’s we got to test was the Solo HD (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition headphones. The packaging is the same like the big brother Studio – the box slides out and is easily opened with a fabric latch exhibiting the beauty beneath the flaps. Inside the box are some random pamphlets, a neoprene carrying case, a Monster ControlTalk cable, and a Monster Clean Cloth to keep your Solo HD’s in tip top shape. The case is not hard like the case included with the Beats by Dr. Dre – instead it’s soft and less bulky with a handle to for easy carrying. So the plus side with this case is that you can smoosh it into your over-stuffed bag since it’s not a hard case. The downside though, is that you’ll have to be careful not to put it next to something heavy or you might break your headphones.

The Solo HD’s are indeed red all over but they do have have lots of gray too. The glossy finish is supposedly scratch resistant too. They have the ‘b’ logo on both earcups and the Solo HD logo on both sides of the headband. There is also an ‘R’ and ‘L’ as well, so you are sure to wear them correctly. The earcups swivel and are padded and contour to your ears very easily. The padding rests on the outer parts of your ear, and the inner portion of the earcup has no thick padding, but just some thin cotton material which lets the music go directly into your ear canal. This is done for the best noise isolation as possible and also to prevent music from leaking out for others to hear. As a result, you can also pick up subtleties in the music that you may miss with a different type if earcup. It holds the sound in as if you’re surrounded by walls. Lastly, the tri-fold design makes the Solo HD easy to travel with. I will say that although I have no intention of breaking the Solo HD headphones, they do feel somewhat flimsy in regards to construction. The previous Solo’s did have construction problems with the headband’s arms breaking easily – whereas the Solo HD’s are flexible enough for you to twist them – but we wouldn’t advise doing that purposely.

The Solo HD’s are a welcome upgrade to the previous version of the Solo. They now have a glossy finish whereas the original pair had a Matte and more easily scratchable finish. The ControlTalk cable is also a welcome addition, making it convenient to use with your iPhone, and lastly, the sound is richer and more balanced than previously before. The overall construction of the Solo HD headphones still leaves me a bit wary and nervous, but I’m hoping that it’s just in my mind and that I’m just being overprotective.  The Solo HD headphones were designed for the fashion-conscious consumer who enjoys looking good while listening to music that makes them feel good. Whereas the Beats by. Dr Dre Studio headphones are geared for the serious audiophile or consumer also moonlighting as a DJ, the Solo HD works as a more subtle version of that mega-headphone.

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What's In The Box
   * Solo HD High Definition On-Ear Headphones
   * Monster Headphone cable with ControlTalk™
   * Travel case
   * Monster Clean Cloth with advanced Aegis Microbe Shield technology
   * 1 year warranty

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