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All Colors Beats By Dr. Dre Mixr Headphones For David Guetta
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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.
The MIXRs eschew the iconic — and oft-copied — extra-large Beats design for a smaller, more comfortable feel. The cushioned headband is thin and lightweight, and it flexes easily. Oddly, the MIXRs need to be “broken in” a bit; the unit feels far too tight right out of the box.
The on-ear cups are soft and thick, and while they’re not quite as comfortable as those from the Beats Solo line, they do limit ear fatigue well. Listening on the MIXRs is a pleasant experience, and you’ll feel just fine listening even for two or three hours straight.
It’s a solid and flexible design overall, quite possibly the most comfortable set that Monster makes. For all the hype around the Beats Pros and Beats Studios, those units can occasionally feel heavy and ungainly. The MIXRs never endure such issues; they’re more lightweight, and incredibly comfortable.
There’s more to the MIXRs than that. In a nod to the DJs that it’s built for, the MIXRs’ earcups can rotate off your ear, allowing you to hear what’s going on around you. From Beats Pros to Sennheiser’s Adidas HD 25s, plenty of other pairs of headphones have included this feature, but none swivel as cleanly as the MIXRs, which open smoothly, a soft and satisfying click occurring every few degrees.
It all comes together in an impressive design that’s subtle, if that’s possible in a Beats unit. The entire unit is one color, and while there is “beats mixr” written across the top of the headband, it strangely does not stand out. Beats’ signature red cabling is present, but that’s the only true splash of color in these units.
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 $159 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 Beatsbydrestore.com stores on today and will come with a suggested retail price of $159. 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.
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