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Beats Studio's are rebrands?

post #1 of 37
Thread Starter 

After checking out my friends Shure SRH240's he recently bought and realizing how similar they looked to the Beats Studio, it makes me think the Beats Studio headphones are rebrands of the Shure's but with a slight redesign. I further looked into this and looked at both technical specs side to side it seems like they have the same exact driver which is a 40mm driver with a frequency range of 20Hz - 20 KHz.

 

Thoughts anyone?

post #2 of 37
Have you tried an A/B comparison on sound quality. That'll tell if they're truly copies. They do look very similar, though. At least to me.
post #3 of 37

definitely a similar design.

post #4 of 37
Thread Starter 

@Blu No I haven't as I don't how or do I own either headphone. haha

post #5 of 37

uah....wow...thats actully.....holy shit.I wana A/B them now lol.

 

post #6 of 37
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Originally Posted by WhiteCrow View Post

uah....wow...thats actully.....holy shit.I wana A/B them now lol.

 


DOOOO IT

 

post #7 of 37

Looking at headroom FR graph, I don't think they share the same driver

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post #9 of 37

looks like they have a mid range lol.

 

post #10 of 37

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Originally Posted by Ankit1010 View Post

They look pretty different according to this : http://graphs.headphone.com/graphCompare.php?graphType=0&graphID[]=2801&graphID[]=1383

 

 

You had better compare them to solo model

But still they don't look much alike

post #11 of 37

Man if they are actually rebrands with a few modifications it'd be hilarious biggrin.gif

post #12 of 37

the drivers could have been tweaked for low end power and the natural degradation could occur like that.

post #13 of 37
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Originally Posted by crayonhead View Post

the drivers could have been tweaked for low end power and the natural degradation could occur like that.



You don't even need to change the drivers, you can change the sound signature quite a bit by just modifying the housing...and seeing as how there's circuitry in it for NC too, there could be some basic passive EQing going on too.

 

They do look fairly similar, I must say...

post #14 of 37

lmao, so the fanny wangs are a copy of a copy?

 

shure-srh240.jpeg

 

it does looks very similar

post #15 of 37
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Originally Posted by DaBomb77766 View Post





You don't even need to change the drivers, you can change the sound signature quite a bit by just modifying the housing...and seeing as how there's circuitry in it for NC too, there could be some basic passive EQing going on too.

 

They do look fairly similar, I must say...


that and the beats have a  built in amp that boosts teh bass so they very well could be a reskinned.

 

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