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Monster Beats Pro Over-ear Headphone Review

Solid build and lots of style, but an overzealous bass response.

$449.95
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Introduction

The Monster Beats Pros are a set of higher-end closed-backed over-ear headphones with a very rugged build and high amount of flair. They perform well enough, but they have a very heavy bass response and little in the way of noise attenuation or isolation, but overall they aren't a bad buy. They fall far short of the advertised moniker of "high-quality professional headphones," but don't let our cynicism stop you; it's more of a semantic argument against an ill-informed marketing department than anything.

Comparable Products

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Sound Quality
  4. Isolation
  5. Comfort
  6. Usability
  7. COMP1 Comparison
  8. COMP2 Comparison
  9. COMP3 Comparison
  10. COMP4 Comparison
  11. Conclusion
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Monster Beats Pro

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