I've been looking around for a second pair of pros and i love the way they sound. but while looking i noticed beats getting a lot of hate on the internet. rather than trust them whole heartedly (seeing as the internet hates a lot of things for no reason) i figure i would ask the COD community for personal experience with these headphones and something better, if any.
yea they are very expensive (the pros i originally got were 5xx with tax and blah blah) but i feel that they are a million times better than the other types i been using. But when people argue that they suck they use the battery operated studios as an argument, which i hated in the first place, or they talk about headphones that look like they are flimsy and cant hold any shape.
TL:DR personal opinion on Beats pros (AND WHY), anything better you know of, or other options.
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#2scrilla_oPosted 2/2/2013 1:09:04 AM
I wish I could afford them :(
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#3AstardesPosted 2/2/2013 1:09:37 AM
Overpriced for their quality --- "I've been dominating this franchise for over a decade" -EvalAngell on Call of Duty, a 9 year old series.
#4ICantNameGudPosted 2/2/2013 1:11:28 AM
I'm pretty sure Bose or Sennheiser would be your best bet for high end headphones.
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#5angrybirdsdudePosted 2/2/2013 1:12:25 AM
They're overpriced for their quality, which is admittedly nice.
But my main beefs are their price and the fact they don't have very flat response, so they color everything you listen to. As far as recommendations go, check out Audio Technica brand, they have some really nice headphones in the $150-$250 price range. --- spread the <3
#6TheSaintG(Topic Creator)Posted 2/2/2013 1:13:09 AM
Overpriced for their quality
is the quality bad or is it not good enough?? which one
and at the other poster save up. they are pretty awesome and have the ability to daisy chain/multiplay along with other things that make them top of the line.
tbh i never used the 4 round rifle because it felt a little less like a ar and more like a burst smg --- Black FC: 3181-5628-6101
#7GreatKiraLordPosted 2/2/2013 1:13:47 AM
Decent but expensive T_T
My favorite AR would be the FAL, SMR, and the AN-94
#8Who_ate_the_piePosted 2/2/2013 1:17:12 AM
I prefer a good set of Sennheisers. Beats are underwhelming for their price tag. --- I don't care.
#9angrybirdsdudePosted 2/2/2013 1:17:16 AM
Hifiman HE-300 (revision 2)
Ultrasone HFI 2400
all under the $500 you said your Beats were, definitely better values for the money imho.
(gonna have to amazon them btw) --- spread the <3
#10TheSaintG(Topic Creator)Posted 2/2/2013 1:22:18 AM
A Lot of those that you listed i tried recently (headphone fanatic) and they were definitely better than the Studios/ executives and below but for some reason even the mid sections were lacking compared to the pros... i want to try the senn because they are recommended everywhere --- Black FC: 3181-5628-6101