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Creative Headphones (Do NOT buy)

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About 6 months ago I bought the $250 high-end Creative headphones. Althyough the sound is very good, the quality of the head band was SO bad that it broke within 3 months! At this price one would expect significantly better quality. My recommendation, go either for the Bose if you want noise cancelling capabilities, or Beads if you want sound quality. Do not waste your money on this cheap quality product at a premium sales price.

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Sounds like you might have still been in the warranty period, did you look into that at least?

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agreed. also what are beads?

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Beads can be quite valuable.  I hear someone bought the island of Manhattan with them once.

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I agree with OP, go with Beads if you want good sound quality. Much better than those Dr. Dre headphones.

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I mean beads are nice because they look pretty cool and can also double as currency in certain hippy communes, but I'd say their sound quality is sub-par. Way too quiet.

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Nah, they're just hard to drive.
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Beads aren't too bad if you get them to seal properly - otherwise you're just wasting your time and money. Agree about them being hard to drive though, you need some serious equipment to get the most out of them.

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doesn't look like an intentional trolling, looks more like someone who has never shopped for electronics anywhere but best buy


Edited by machoboy - 9/24/12 at 6:37pm
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Stop it guys, the Beads are the best headphones out there. tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by JCPerez View Post

About 6 months ago I bought the $250 high-end Creative headphones. Althyough the sound is very good, the quality of the head band was SO bad that it broke within 3 months! At this price one would expect significantly better quality. My recommendation, go either for the Bose if you want noise cancelling capabilities, or Beads if you want sound quality. Do not waste your money on this cheap quality product at a premium sales price.

Welcome to headfi. Please read a few reviews here before you buy anything. It will help. 

 

We need a Beads by Dre-ella smiley.

 

Also, bose sucks donkey balls. beerchug.gif

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