Beats By Dr. Dre Studio Superman For Dwight Howard
Beats By Dr. Dre Studio Superman For Dwight Howard
Nowadays more and more people begin to ask - What brand of headphones has NBA super star Dwight Howard wore on her ears? The fashionable headphones whirlwind, however, is much stronger than you could imagine. Many stars and stylish people all swagger through the streets in their Monster Beats by dr.dre headphones. Even Monster Company himself has not expected that their products would have become so popular that Kobe Bryant was fined after post-game press conference for wearing his Beats by dr. dre Studio headphones which he bought himself.
Since the first released, Monster beats by dr. dre headphones has been linked to Fashion. Its sound quality is excellent; however, Monster sets an idea and concept to its products that: First it is Fashionable;
then it is a pair of Headphones. Usually, people would buy something they do not need just for not being OUT. People use headphones widely in daily life; however, seldom someone will buy headphones just for not being OUT. All Monster wanted was to produce a 'Fashionable Product' based on the idea of Fashion. NBA superstar Dwight Howard is also a user of Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio, and even the superman limited edition. Moreover, sport stars such as James, kobe and so on, they are also loyal fans of Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio. But not only that, stars like Pharrel williams, WIll.l.am, Eminem, Keri Hillson, and Gwen Stephani are users of Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio too; we can see that in all kinds of entertainment shows. What makes Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio surperman limited edition be basketball superstar Dwight Howard's only love? What makes sport stars be the users of Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio? Why stars show special favor toBeats by Dr. Dre Studio?
Brief Description for Outward Appearance of Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio
Closed Designed earcups, Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio completely enclose your ears to lock out ambient noise. Moreover, Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio has added the Noise Reduction function. Only put two 7# (AAA) batteries into the left earcup and the headphone works. Alternatively, there's the power switch on the right earcup and mute button too - push the 'b' logo button and you can pause the music play function and the Noise Reduction function --- It is user-friendly!
Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio supports Folding function. After Folding, though not very small, the headphone could be put into the bonus Rugged Touring Case, which ensures Beats and accessories safe during transport. However, we think that Beats by Dr. Dre Studio is poor in portability - usually when people go out, they would not carry such a bag big enough to hold the Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio and its Rugged Touring Case.
Beats by Dr. Dre Studio uses plastic materials and optimized CMP, the scale feeling is very splendid. This very design does have some drawbacks, however, such as easily being contaminated by fingerprints. Luckily, there's the bonus Clean Cloth!
Additional Features of Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio
In the aspect of Additional Features, Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio can be regarded as a generous American manufacturer. We have checked the following items which fully comply with users' requirements: Touring Case, Clean Cloth, 1/8 inch (3.5mm) Connector, Adapter, Headphone Cable, and Built-in Microphone Cable. With these accessories, Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio gives full play to its performance.
Wearing Effect of Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio
Just as all of the Monster headphones, the outward appearance of Studio is quite fashionable too. From the point of function, Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio is an excellent Noise-Cancelling Headphones, while from outward appearance, it is almost perfect too. Thus, most high-end fashion users take Beats by Dr. Dre Studio as their Advocating-Personal-Style tool. Though Monster Studio is bigger than SOLO, it will not give you any feeling of suddenness when wearing, and it is also very fashionable for MM. Additionally, Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio also has white color for user choice.
I feel like I am on stage at a concert wearing the Studio Beats by Dr Dre. The sound focus around the user making for a really intense experience. A bit bass heavy but at the right level enhancing the music instead of ruining it. I have listened to all kinds of music wearing the Studios, and the result is always the same but the reaction depends on the surroundings. Listening to In Flames at home turns me into an air guitarist kneeling in front of my hall mirrors playing like crazy. At work listening to some big band it turns into some soft chair dancing not to disturb my colleagues. Worst of course is being out walking listening to Jay Z or Eminem as it turns into my totally own impression of hip hop dance. Needless to say the Studios does what Apple says about their own in-ear headphones, it lets you rediscover your music.
I have to mention the poor microphone as well as it is completely useless, and this drags the sound quality rating down. I have yet to complete a phone call without having to unplug the Studios because the person at the other end has had trouble hearing me. The sound is tinny, and really muted for the recipient making them useless as your handsfree headset. This is a shame as it would be really cool to have both headphones, and decent handsfree in the same product. The microphone lets you control the play/pause, and Voice Control making it really useful anyway. But please don't buy the Studios expecting to use them as your handsfree headset.
The noise cancellation of the Studios is a mixed bag. On the one hand it works quite well blocking out unwanted sounds such as computers humming, fans whirring and chairs moving. On the other hand it can't be turned off, the headphones are either powered or completely silent. Voices and high pitched sounds still filter through although somewhat muted which is ok.
When used with my Macbook the Studios hum when I don't play any audio. This background hum is drowned easily by music, but if you for example listen to classical music with silent parts I can't recommend the Studios.
You can easily interact with people around you pressing the (b) on the right headphone to mute the music. I can hear both myself, and the person I talk to clearly using this feature. But since the button needs to be held you can just as well take the Studios off as you look silly standing around holding the button. I think this function should have a proper on/off switch to make it useful. Standing at the supermarket handling the wallet with one hand, and holding the (b) with the other is not practical at all.
The good: The Beats by Dr. Dre Studio headphonesoffer a stylish and comfortable design as well as an exceptionally crisp and balanced audio response with a tight low-end and warm mids. Included are a nice carrying case and a music-phone-compatible cable.
The bad: The Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Studio headphones cannot be used without batteries, they're expensive, and the glossy black design is very smudge-prone.
The bottom line: The Beats by Dr. Dre Studio headphones deliver the trifecta of sleek, comfortable design, useful features, and top-notch sound quality. If you can afford them, they're a worthy investment toward an improved listening experience.