Originally Posted by Pickaxe
Oh I'm with you regarding the misuse of the word "better" but now you're just being silly.
Their price range is overcrowded with similar 'fun-sounding' / 'stylish' headphones that are also portable, such as KEF M500, V-MODA M100, Sennheiser Momentum/Momentum On-Ears, AKG K545
All of these have similar levels of portability.
(well actually I shouldn't comment on the sound of KEFs or the AKGs since I haven't listened to them yet)
Yes very silly...We have a thread full of stuck up wannabe "audiophiles" that think they are superior because they have a brand of headphone that isn't mainstream and feel the need to bash the most well known headphone brand on the planet by the masses that may not be the most accurate but they are a success and decent.
In the UK the beats Studio 2013 is £269
UE9000 £220-£299 (Amazon-Apple)
out of these Headphones the beats Studios has the most features of any of these Headphones, The 9000 is close but they are not nearly as portable or stylish to a lot of people than the Studio.
The M100 and momentum have no where near the features that the Beats have neither are they as Fun sounding. The Momentum is a warm, balanced phone with a hint of dryness in the Mids with a congested soundstage, decent Bass but it's very mellow. The M100 has powerful Bass but lacks musicality in the Mids and Treble. it's quite dull sounding here and the Mid range is quite unusual for a £270 phone because it sounds like it's coming through a tunnel.
UE9000 are probably my choice for overall sound, it's fun, clean and just am musical headset.
The Studio 2013 fit between the UE9000 and M100 for overall quality.
UE9000>Momentum> Studio 2013/V-Moda M100
UE9000>Beats Studio 2013>Momentum>M100
All are the same tier with Differences and this is of course my opinion on how they stack up
Denon D600 > All ;)
But seriously Complete package UE9000>Studio 2013>M100>Momentum
I picked the UE9000 because it's features/price ratio currently but the Studio 2013 as a portable headset with control features on the cups mixed with it's portability, Warm bassy, fun sound good looks and noise cancelling make this a very competitive headphone. If you want to call these overpriced, call the M100, Momentum, UE9000, AKG K545 and the KEF M500 which I've heard, very good sounding but dull as a door nail! overpriced too.
I forgot, you just told me I'm being silly so this is irrelevant because these are beats and they are Mudddddddyyyyy and beats and overpriced and you can get better at the price range and they sound like apple ear buds and they suck because they are overpriced and suck and overpriced and muddy and sound really bad..Did I miss anything? ;)
Edited by Primetime86 - 1/13/14 at 4:38am