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3.6

Review: Review: Beats Solo 2 Wireless headphones

Beats has one of those interesting reputations. Kids and young people love ‘em, while the older generation can’t stand them, but the latest pair tries to win over all with a fairly balanced sound and a removal of wires. Is it a success, or an overpriced mess? ...

Beats adds Bluetooth to Solo 2 headphones

When it comes to wireless headphones, Beats doesn’t offer a whole heap of choices, pretty much telling people keen to buy its headphones that they need something big. Or it did, because now there’s a smaller option out in Australia. ...
4.2

Review: Review: Beats Solo 2 headphones

The latest model from Beats is certainly an improvement on what we've seen from the audio brand prior, that's for sure, with the Solo 2 providing some excellent audio in a design that looks better than your standard boring black cans....
3.2

Review: Review: Beats Studio headphones

We see Beats headphones all over town, but up until this point, have never had a pair on our ears for review. Our time has come, though, with a new pair of Studio cans with noise cancelling delivering music to our head for the past few days. ...

Monster Diamond Edge headphones turn your ears into polygonal bubbles

The look of headphones have changed over the years, and thankfully, there's more style than the simple black circles we normally have pressed up against our ears. Celebrity brands like Beats and Monster are certainly spearheading this movement, and the latter of these has a new pair of cans that will make your ears look very different....