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If the next version of beats were actually good would you buy them?

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  • 32% (14)
    Yes
  • 67% (29)
    No
43 Total Votes  
post #1 of 31
Thread Starter 

maybe.

 

 

 

(English fail in topic title sorry)

post #2 of 31

If they were worth their price and didn't look dumb, sure, why not?

post #3 of 31

The only problem with the beats is that they are overpriced. If thats not the problem and improved the sound quality, I dont mind buying it

post #4 of 31

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post #5 of 31

NOPE, Tried the Studio PRO's, sounded exactly like the studio's...with super recessed mids.

post #6 of 31
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post #7 of 31
Possibly.

But I'm not planning to buy any new headphones for awhile; I'm happy with the collection. If Sennheiser tops the HD-800 or something really interesting turns up, I'll buy.

Though if Monster releases something I like, I'll recommend it at the very least. Sure, Monster has a bad reputation in the high end, but I'd like to think they're capable of building a good headphone. If they do, it deserves to be recognized. Same goes for Bose or Skullcandy. Build something good and you'll earn some respect.
post #8 of 31

no. It's just alota Dr. Dre beat threads are popping up and the natives are growing restless.

post #9 of 31

If they sound good for the price that they're set then sure I'd consider them. I mean that won't happen, so I won't actually be buying them, but there was always the possibility :P.

post #10 of 31

I would rather eat my own feces. 

post #11 of 31

No. If they actually sound better, they'd still be overpriced. I still prefer Eminem, 2PAC, Coolio and BTnH through Grados anyway. Modern rap music with lyrics that basically brags about their Bentleys, then distract you about how shallow the lyrics are by programming deep bass into it, should be saved for the SUV that belongs to any friend who thinks Kicker rocks and Focal sucks. Then you go to an abandoned hang-out far from residential areas find out at what point the subwoofer's cone says bye-bye to the suspension.

 

Then again, I do have another way for enjoying too much bass. If they came up with something like a George Lucas Beats...

post #12 of 31

As with all headphones, if it's a good sound for the price, with characteristics that interest me, I'd consider it.

post #13 of 31

If they worth the buy, why not?

post #14 of 31

Even if they lower the price (something that i doubt) i rather go for something else. 

post #15 of 31

No, I'm happy with my HD25-1 II's. smily_headphones1.gif

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