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cheapest price i've seen for dre beats!


The Monster Beat Solo Mini headphones can be used to listen to music in the house or when you're on the move. They have a fold away design, which means you can easily pop them into the supplied carry case when you're not using them.
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banned#1
ludicrous product, with a price to match
#2
can get solo beats at currys, pcworld, dixons, amazon, play, pixmania and HMV for similar price and £139.99 at amazon and play for the white versions so not that good a deal unless you take into account the casback rate of bestbuy which if paid out will perhaps be cheaper than play and amazon
#3
kylewalker
can get solo beats at currys, pcworld, dixons, amazon, play, pixmania and HMV for similar price and £139.99 at amazon and play for the white versions so not that good a deal unless you take into account the casback rate of bestbuy which if paid out will perhaps be cheaper than play and amazon



i'm only looking for the black ones, it's a shame amazon only have the white ones at a decent price!
#4
Nice Find Adam... These Are Really Great Headphones
#5
black version at amazon £149.95
#6
kylewalker
black version at amazon [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fdp%2FB002TUTMW6%2Fref%3Dasc_df_B002TUTMW62018216%3Fsmid%3DA3P5ROKL5A1OLE%26tag%3D%2A%2A%2A%2A%26linkCode%3Dasn%26creative%3D22206%26creativeASIN%3DB002TUTMW6]£149.95[/url]



nice find, but,

"Usually dispatched within 1 to 4 months.
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk. Gift-wrap available. "
#7
kylewalker
black version at amazon [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fdp%2FB002TUTMW6%2Fref%3Dasc_df_B002TUTMW62018216%3Fsmid%3DA3P5ROKL5A1OLE%26tag%3D%2A%2A%2A%2A%26linkCode%3Dasn%26creative%3D22206%26creativeASIN%3DB002TUTMW6]£149.95[/url]


Yes But No Quidco with Amazon
And Usually dispatched within 1 to 4 months.
You can quidco with Bestbuy !!!!!

Edited By: Boz on Feb 12, 2011 20:41
1 Like #8
hmv have the purple justin bieber headphones for £149.99 link if you want a color other than black and white
1 Like #9
as i said with the bestbuy cashback rate you will probably get the best price from them after cashback.
#10
kylewalker
hmv have the purple justin bieber headphones for £149.99 link if you want a color other than black and white


haha they're nice! thanks for your input anyway :)
banned#11
The World Has Gone Mad
#12
Any recommendations on headphones for roughly £80-150 mark? As im sure i can get better sound for my money. Im not to bothered how big they are or what they look like - to an extent that is.

Will leave rep :) thanks
#13
kylewalker
as i said with the bestbuy cashback rate you will probably get the best price from them after cashback.


would best buy headphones be genuine dre beats?
1 Like #14
yeah why wouldn't they be ? bestbuy is a huge company and the price is similar to everywhere else so i would say so


Edited By: kylewalker on Feb 12, 2011 21:05
#15
These aren;t the HD ones?

I got the red HD ones for Christmas! sensational headphones, worth every penny!
#16
yeah the HD versions are like £20 quid more.
#17
kylewalker
yeah the HD versions are like £20 quid more.


where could i buy the black HD ones from??
#18
basically anywhere as they are £169.99 rrp so like the retailers already mentioned play, amazon, bestbuy, currys, comet, dixons, pcworld etc. HD Versions available in red aswell which look quite cool

Edited By: kylewalker on Feb 12, 2011 21:37
#19
kylewalker
basically anywhere as they are £169.99 rrp so like the retailers already mentioned play, amazon, bestbuy, currys, comet, dixons, pcworld etc. HD Versions available in red aswell which look quite cool


hmm i think it's worth the extra £20 for the HD versions then..i'll look on the list you mentioned for the cheapest place! thanks!

Edited By: Adam PDM on Feb 12, 2011 21:38
1 Like #20
cheapest i can see are at pixmania
#21
kylewalker
cheapest i can see are at pixmania



ahh good price indeed :) which ones do you have?
#22
i dont have any. don't get me wrong i would love a pair of these headphones but i cannot justify spending £100 + on headphones
1 Like #23
gs-rai
Any recommendations on headphones for roughly £80-150 mark? As im sure i can get better sound for my money. Im not to bothered how big they are or what they look like - to an extent that is.

Will leave rep :) thanks


Klipsch Image One! Got a pair myself and they are excellent for portables.

ATH-M50's for home use, highly rated.

Edited By: exStudent on Feb 12, 2011 22:11
banned#24
exStudent
gs-rai
Any recommendations on headphones for roughly £80-150 mark? As im sure i can get better sound for my money. Im not to bothered how big they are or what they look like - to an extent that is.

Will leave rep :) thanks


Klipsch Image One! Got a pair myself and they are excellent for portables.

ATH-M50's for home use, highly rated.

why arent the AT ones portable?
1 Like #25
gs-rai
Any recommendations on headphones for roughly £80-150 mark? As im sure i can get better sound for my money. Im not to bothered how big they are or what they look like - to an extent that is.

Will leave rep :) thanks


Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro, 80 ohm

Best headphones Ive ever owned (and Ive had a fair few).

Comfy as hell, sound is amazing with all genres and the bass can crush your skull. Needs amping with ipods though.

Forget these Beats junk (and Bose, good sounding but plastic tat)


Edited By: daBluone on Feb 13, 2011 01:00
#26
I won some of these on a DJ Hero 2 "Name that Mix" contest. Beats by Dre Solo (not HD) with control talk, they were delivered just a couple of weeks back! No use to me so i've left them in cellophane and plan to eventually put them on flea bay!! http://dl.dropbox.com/u/134987/beatsbydresolo.jpg
#27
gs-rai
Any recommendations on headphones for roughly £80-150 mark? As im sure i can get better sound for my money. Im not to bothered how big they are or what they look like - to an extent that is.

Will leave rep :) thanks


Right, in that price range, I've bought Sennheiser Hd-25 II's. I did initially have some in-ear headphones but they were susceptible to cutting out when the wires were pulled. The Sennheisers are used by most BBC production crews and a lot of DJs worth their salt.
They're lightweight and if one part becomes broken, they're easily replaceable. The sound is second to none and in my opinion far superior to the Beats. The problem with the Beats headphones is that they are very bass heavy - I do not need the cans to vibrate on my ears to tell me they work well.

Beats headphones are all style of substance. In fact, much like the artists that promote them - Dre, Gaga, Bieber, Diddy.
#28
I'd rather buy a real hifi headphone brand like:

Sennheiser
Beyerdynamics
Audio Technica
#29
The studio Hds can be found around the £180 mark sometimes (play.com), maybe thats why this is cold? They have active noise cancellation. Drawbacks are they require 2xAA batteries and they are bulky but comfortable and people around you can hear what you are listening to when you turn up the volume. On the plus side if your music library is predominantly Hip-Hop / R&B, I think you'll be hard pressed to find a better sounding set of noise cancelling cans, they just blow away Bose QC-15s and older QC3s... but the noise cancelling on the Bose cans are better.

Edited By: Xiwt on Feb 13, 2011 15:23
#30
Xiwt
The studio Hds can be found around the £180 mark sometimes (play.com), maybe thats why this is cold? They have active noise cancellation. Drawbacks are they require 2xAA batteries and they are bulky but comfortable and people around you can hear what you are listening to when you turn up the volume. On the plus side if your music library is predominantly Hip-Hop / R&B, I think you'll be hard pressed to find a better sounding set of noise cancelling cans, they just blow away Bose QC-15s and older QC3s... but the noise cancelling on the Bose cans are better.




are the studio hds battery? and the non hd non battery?

im just looking for home use!

thanks
1 Like #31
I'm not sure about the non Hd studios to be honest mate, I thought there was only studio HD? (in white and black). its 2x AAA batteries by the way not AA. If they are for home use then you don't really need the noise cancelling I guess? Plus you can't turn of the noise cancelling... I have not actually tried the solos so I don't know how they compare.
1 Like #32
Mascherano
exStudent
gs-rai
Any recommendations on headphones for roughly £80-150 mark? As im sure i can get better sound for my money. Im not to bothered how big they are or what they look like - to an extent that is.

Will leave rep :) thanks


Klipsch Image One! Got a pair myself and they are excellent for portables.

ATH-M50's for home use, highly rated.

why arent the AT ones portable?


Technically they can be but come with a large amount of cable, you'd need to shuff it down your pocket or coil and velcro strap it! More suited for home use if your not bothered about the cable length!
#33
Just like to say thanks, i went for the Klipsch Image One's, received them today - very good sound, currently trailing out James Blake's album through them.

Rep left , thanks

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