Monster Beats by Dre iBeats review

As we’ve quickly come to expect from Beats, the iBeats really feel very well made.

How you feel in regards to the red wire and white element will depend on taste, however we’re still undecided of the Star Destroyer-shaped keep watch over unit, particularly because it’s the one phase that feels a marginally flimsy.

Still, it’s in a wise position beneath the chin and, as a three-button unit, lets you modify volume in addition to control playback.

The iBeats create a at ease, noise-isolating seal that will give you the peace to experience your tunes. And enjoy them you are going to, especially should you’re focused on bass.

These succeed in much deeper than most in-ears, and there’s real flexibility to bass, making for a rich, chunky supply that still advantages from impressive spaciousness.

It can get a slightly domineering, which somewhat drowns out the bass and treble, however for easy, bassy sounds, they’re ace.

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