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Are beats studios worth $75?

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They are the old model, but I got them on a naval base discount. They were already 50% off of the original $300, but they had an additional 50% off on top of that. So I paid $75 for them. At that price, I'm just wondering, for their sound and functionality, are they worth it?

post #2 of 13

That depends if you like them. I don't. Maybe you think they're worth $75. What I think doesn't matter, especially since you already bought them.

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That depends if you like them. I don't. Maybe you think they're worth $75. What I think doesn't matter, especially since you already bought them.

I opened them and listen to them for about 2 minutes and decided there's no way in hell I'm keeping those. Only thing is, they're going to be a little harder to sell now that I opened the box.

post #4 of 13
I doubt that they would be too hard to sell if in perfect cosmetic condition. Put 'em up on Ebay smily_headphones1.gif
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I opened them and listen to them for about 2 minutes and decided there's no way in hell I'm keeping those. Only thing is, they're going to be a little harder to sell now that I opened the box.


Beats, hard to sell? Believe you me, they will not be a hard sell at all. Go on Craigslist and look up "headphones" and it will probably be dominated by Beats products in your area.

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Beats, hard to sell? Believe you me, they will not be a hard sell at all. Go on Craigslist and look up "headphones" and it will probably be dominated by Beats products in your area.

That's true, but I'm trying to get a price that's closer to Amazon's new price, not Ebay's pricing.

post #7 of 13

You may have gotten one of the multitude of Asian fakes.

post #8 of 13
I'd try Craigslist if your in an urban city. You could probably even make a profit on them.
post #9 of 13

Ebay is a really convienent place to sell them, but they charge you 10% on top of the 3% paypal fee at the end of the month. Theres one right now at ~100$ bid so you should still be able to make a profit at least lol. Good luck!

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You may have gotten one of the multitude of Asian fakes.

I bought them brand new from a Naval Base exchange store

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I bought them brand new from a Naval Base exchange store


That's not indicative of whether or not they're actually certified. You'd be surprised how many "legitimate" stores sell counterfeit products. Happens even in the West.

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That's not indicative of whether or not they're actually certified. You'd be surprised how many "legitimate" stores sell counterfeit products. Happens even in the West.

I just went through multiple articles about real vs fake ones and I'm positive I have real ones

post #13 of 13

You'll probably get away with selling them legitimately, then. Go nuts.

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