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Beats by Dr. Dre Mixr On-Ear Headphones - White
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 5 January 2015
I didn't buy these headphones from Amazon themselves but thought I would put a quick review on here anyway. Having owned many many pairs of ear/headphones over the past decade ranging from denon to sennheiser to Bose, these blow the rest clean out of the water. If you like dance or bass heavy music then you will love them even more. If listening to anything else I'd say you're really not going to be disappointed in the slightest. It's true what they say about hearing things that you've never heard before as I still find new things almost everyday that I didn't realise were there. Yeah they're a bit pricey but for the build quality and the sound quality I say it's worth it. I have absolutely no regrets whatsoever about buying these and wouldn't hesitate to do so again in the future. Highly recommended to anyone that is a genuine music fan.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on 24 November 2012
These are the best Dre headphones i've used for the given price range, they have extraordianry noise cancellation without the need to put the volume to the top, great quality, durability, flexibility and more then anything else; extremely sleek. My verdict and complete satisfaction point was, if you tired of being on the bus, train, street, shopping centre, then this will do you proud, no distractions, full emersion into music or film watching. Great buy!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on 6 October 2012
Didn't actually get these from amazon but thought it might be useful for others to see how i rate them given that there are no reviews up currently - I have a couple of sets of headphones and was given these as a present. They are without a doubt the best pair i currently have. I owned a pair of solo beats and wasn't hugely impressed as i think on the whole, beats are hugely overrated as a brand, and there are better options out there. Having said that, these are incredible. They are comfortable, robust, surprisingly noise isolating, and have a very crisp clear sound. Particularly when listening to more artificial sounds, although they hold up well when listening to more acoustic and studio recorded tracks also. Frankly these make the solo beats look and sound like a toy. It is very hard to criticise this product. Two negatives i would mention are that for periods of extended use your ears can get abit sore, although admittedly you would have to have them on for hours. The only other drawback is the steep price, as i think there are other headphones out there that may be cheaper and exhibit comparable sound quality. I do think these are the nicer looking headphones out there which is also a bonus, as many are pretty ugly.

Overall - I highly recommend, as ultimately you do get what you pay for. These are incredible to listen to and very durable!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 17 August 2013
Fathers day gift, he loves it as can use to DJ on decks.
Looks cool too :)
Arrived super quick, and well worth the price, no complaints so far
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 20 April 2015
The Beats Mixr's are the best headphones i bought in my whole entire life. When you put them on, you feel like you're in another world. I highly recommend these headphone. I think these are the best beats at the moment. I can't wish for anything better. I'm actually really happy with my purchase & ill be sure to buy a pair of Studio 2.0 soon to try it out.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 20 April 2013
In my eyes they are like the beats pro but with a bit more power in bass to them, I could be wrong but thats just my opinion
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 27 January 2015
Rarely do I write a review because most are bias for wrong for example review for riot club the film quality film 3 star on here, anyway

The noise cancelling on them is excellence the main reason why I bought these over other beats is so someone can talk to you and you can flip one side of headphones up so you can hear them, also the colour is amazing, didn't get them off here though £109 on the EE accessory half price!
But the best headphones I have used by far! I used to own the solo HD's but I didn't find them as good as I thought I would! Utterly impressed! And don't seem as flimsy as the soloHD's!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 15 April 2015
Amazing Fantastico Superb Dre Mixr Headphones
#1 or world-My all the time BEST headphones. Great Job Gay's!!!!!

Today I REALY ENJOY BEATS ON YOUTUBE----> AXWELL & INGROSSO @MIAMI2015
www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OpugTZIn-s
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on 17 December 2012
I recently came into some money and had wanted Beats for ages so I looked at the details on the Beats website, Amazon reviews and Youtube videos as well as listening to all the Beats models, whether that be a friends or the ones on display in a shop. After doing that and taking into consideration factors such as price, durability, sound, comfort, accessories, sound leakage, outside noise cancelling etc I decided that the Mixrs are the Beats to get if you're after some Beats.

The Beats Mixrs are very good looking pair of headphones like most Beats ( the Beats Executives didn't do it for me) and are also very durable, you're only breaking these headphones if you do it purposely or accidentally run them over. They are the love child of the Solos and Pros and therefore carry certain advantages that each of those models carried individually. The Solos are the cheapest of the Beats and as a result of that the Mixrs are the second cheapest despite having a lot of the qualities that the Pros possess. The sound matches the Pros and they're both less focused on bass then the Studios and Solos and have better overall sound quality. The Mixrs have two dual inputs like the Pros meaning you can plug one of you're two cables (DJ with coiled end and 1/4 inch adapter as well as a control talk, Solos only come with control talk) into either side of the headphones. Two dual inputs also give you the option to daisy-chain, meaning someone else can plug their headphones into the spare input and listen to what you're listening, rather then having to share a pair of ear buds between you.

The ear cups also swivel 270 degrees meaning if someone talks to you there is no need to turn your music off or hit the mute button like the Studios, you can just pop one ear cup on the side of your head and listen and chat at the same time. Also the in terms of sound leakage the Mixrs do a great job of keeping your music private. I played a song at full volume and put them on my head (not on my ears, my drums would have burst) and even though my sisters could hear the music they couldn't name a tune or hear the lyrics word for word. The Studios are appalling in that department and you only need the volume at roughly 40% to start singing along. The Studios also need batteries because they come with an outside noise cancelling feature which would be a good feature if you didn't need the batteries to listen to your music on it's own. Even though the Mixrs don't come with that feature they block outside noise pretty well anyway, my granddad was banging nails into the wall and I only realised because the noise made my nan jump. The Studios are almost a bigger version of the Solos with an extra cable and 1/4 inch adapter.

The Beats Wireless are exactly the same as the Studios accept you don't need the control talk cable, but the sound quality is better when using the cable then it is without it, so I didn't see the point in getting Wireless if I would use the cable more often then not. Lastly the Pros are more durable then the Mixrs and have a very good feature where you can lock the DJ cable into the headphone so you can't accidently yank it out. However the Pros are heavier and it comes with a pouch rather then a proper case like the Mixrs (the Mixrs have the best case, only breaking it if you stamp on it) and both the Mixrs and Pros are not as comfortable as the Solos and Studios. The main reason I would go with the Mixrs, though, over the Pros though is the price, taking into consideration that there isn't much more that could make the Pros worth and extra and £130 if they're both at there normal retail price. Also at this current moment the black Pros are £350 where as the whites are £209.

Why not 5 stars for the Mixrs then? Well they're not the perfect Beats, none of them are. The Mixrs are not very comfortable model but will become more comfortable if stretched out over an extended period of time when you know you're not going to listen to them. I suggest turning the box they come in on it's side and using that. Other then that a very good set of headphones and I heard things in my music I didn't even know was there before listening to these. Then again the most expensive headphones I owned before these were a set of £20 Skullcandys. Just sort the comfort out and they're very good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 8 August 2014
I have just purchased these from curries as my second set of beats after my tour v2's for my active side of life the one problem mixr's is they clamp hard on your head but as being with djing in mind they re only used for 5 mins before taken off and back on for monitoring i had previously been using some goji on ear headphones and in comparison the goji sound like a piece of sh1t. i also love the packaging on these they really dont cheap out on it also i have tested all of the beats and these sound the best of the line.
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY FOR COMFORT
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