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

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Sept. 4, 2012 - PRLog -- As a music fan, you must know that the Monster Beats by Dre line offers the best headphones. Today, we are going to do a review on the new arrival $129.95 Beats By Dr. Dre Solo HD Headphones (Dark Blue) on

First of all, sound quality, which we concern the most, only good sound quality headphones could show good music.

The Beats by dr.dre Solo HD are not really meant to be a smaller version of the Beats by Dr. Dre Studio headphones, but for the price they are meant to sound damn good and they awesomely do. Dark Blue Beats By Dr. Dre Solo HD Headphones don't have as intense bass reproduction that the Studio headphones have, but they have a richer more balanced sound that many folks will enjoy. The rich bass is still there and is not lost on many songs that use it throughout their music, but it is at a much more tolerable level. The highs and lows are all exemplified and smooth sounding. In comparing the Solo HD Dark Blue to the comparatively priced Bose On-ear headphones they were definitely richer and didn't let the sound escape as much as the Bose did. In addition noise isolation was also poorer on the Bose in comparison to the Dark Blue Solo HD. While listening to the Beats Solo HD Dark Blue, we had people shouting at us but we didn't have a clue because we couldn't hear them and we were too enraptured in our music – and this was even without active noise cancellation. We were able to immediately tell the differences between lower and higher bitrate songs when using the Solo HD. Just like with many of the other Beats by Dr. Dre headphones, 320kbps shined, where as 192kbps sounded fine, but not great. And with weaker bitrates, you could even pick up a slight static sound. With a higher bitrate, you could hear the quality of the instruments and bass/treble/midrange reproductions without having to turn the volume up. But the best aspect of the Beats Solo HD Dark Blue is that no matter what bitrate you're listening to, everything is just balanced. The voices of Andrea Bocelli and Sarah McLachlan sounded velvety smooth, while songs from Journey and Whitesnake sound like a rock concert going on in your ears, but without the massive headache afterwards. The same can be said with instrumentals – the Sophie's Choice theme in part has wind instruments and orchestrations that are sometimes not reproduced with the same quality from headphones to headphones, but the Solo HD's clearly delivered.

Then, the comfort, as you know, music fans always listen to music for a long time and comfort is also very important.

Even though the Solo HD's are very comfortable, we think they could have been even more so. The padding on the ears are just fine, however we would have liked a bit more padding on the top portion of the headband. After many hours of wearing the Beats Solo HD Dark Blue, they start to feel heavy and create a bit of pressure on the top portion of your head. Also, our hair tended to get caught in the tri-fold design – oh, the mishaps of having long luxurious hair.

Now, let's take a look at the ControlTalk function which is really useful.

A nice feature and basically the one significant difference between the original Solo's and the Solo HD is the inclusion of the ControlTalk cable. Yes, now you can bob your head up and down the street with your Solo HD's and answer and control your iPhone too. The ControlTalk cable features a call answer button and a built-in mic. If you’re using an iPhone or one of the recent generation iPods, than ControlTalk also lets you control music and video playback. ControlTalk lets you answer or end a call, decline an incoming call, play or pause a song or video, skip to the next or previous song or chapter, scan forward or backward through songs and video, and also control the volume. Callers sounded immensely clear in to both earcups and sadly my mother never sounded so clear and crisp as she nagged me on the phone. The headphones/ControlTalk cable isn't the thin tangle-free cable we have become accustomed too on the DiddyBeats and HeartBeats, but this cable should have a hard time getting tangles in it as well just because of the thickness of it.

Come to the conclusion last.

$129.95 Beats By Dr. Dre Solo HD Headphones (Dark Blue) on

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. If you are interested in the Beats By Dr. Dre Solo HD Headphones (Dark Blue), just go to to pick one, only $129.95 for free shipping.
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