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Specs of Beats by Dr. Dre Tour
Release Date in Singapore
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Reviews of Beats by Dr. Dre Tour
Reviewed on 2013-12-06
The Beats by Dr. Dre Tour high resolution In-Ear headphones is an ultraportable set that sports the signature red and black coloring, and offers an impressively crisp high end with good detail. With pricing significantly lower than the original headphones...
Great looking pair of inear headphones that also perform well too. Delivers rich sound and decent deep low levels of bass. Makes a nice compliment to it's big brother Beats by Dr. Dre. Tangle free cable is very cool, The
Can become uncomfortable to wear after a while making it almost painful. Eartips are a pain to change
Design: Just like the Beats by Dr. Dre, the Tours are not only meant to impress with it's sound quality but with their looks too. The packaging is the same as the original, just in a smaller box, but all the same details are there. The outside sleeve slip...
The popularity of the Dr. Dre-designed Monster Beats headphones made it inevitable that Dre’s product line would extend to in-ear earbuds. As such we have the Monster Beats Tour, some of the most uniquely styled earbuds I’ve ever tested. The cabling l...
The Beats Tour, Monster’s second foray into quality mid-priced inner earphones, is a departure in sound, design and construction from their first, the Turbine; a product which is backed and co-produced by American hip-hop artist, Dr. Dre. At 150$, the ...
Beats by Dr. Dre is a sub-brand of Monster Cable whose stated goal is to make true, studio-grade sound (as approved by Dr. Dre, of course, as well as his long-term collaborator/producer Jimmy Iovine) available to consumers at accessible prices. But ...
Excellent all around frequency definition and particularly impressive bass response. Monster¿s durable, ingenious antitangle cable means jumbled cords are a distant unpleasant memory.
The bright red cable is slightly ostentatious. Peak bass only hits at earwax shattering volumes. $150, beatsbydre.com 8/10
In the aftermath (haha) of the bass heavy Beats by Dre Studio headphones, Monster decided to pack the Doctors finicky sound quality specs into two tiny earbuds. Naturally, audiophiles (including myself) were skeptical. Sure the Beats suffered from sho...
Strong sonic performance. Deep bass response. Excellent, consistent fit.
Can be uncomfortable if worn for long periods. Not for audiophiles.
Monster Cable, which recently shortened its name to Monster, launched a hulking pair of headphones, Beats by Dr. Dre, in 2008. Now the company has released a less-expensive, more compact, in-ear version thats also been endorsed by the veteran rappe...
Beats Tour Review – The Mobile Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Posted on Jan 16, 09 03:54 PM PDT By guest editor Karsten Lemm A surprising number of people seems happy to spend a relative fortune on a shiny new music player, only to listen with the headphon...
Having mentioned that possibility, however, the reality is that there are already hundreds of different earphones out there, and they rarely sound exactly the same. Smart companies know how to choose and then balance the miniature speakers inside to d...
Monster Cable’s headphone collaboration with Dr. Dre, the Beats, surprised us with their musical prowess back in August. While celebrity endorsements tend toward the cheesy, and Monster’s products toward the over-priced, we weren’t expecting much; in ...
Monster Cable’s second foray into the in-ear monitor area is much, much better than their first go-around with the Turbines. Knowing that Monster Cable loves to gouge folks on overpriced cables, one has wonder if their headphones are overpriced as well...
Stylish design, relatively comfortable, flat cable doesn't get tangled as easily as standard headphone cables, good bass, crisp and detailed sound
"Tangle-free" cable isn't completely tangle-free, microphonics evident when cable is touched, average noise isolation, overpowering mid-range, no microphone for mobile phone use
Claiming to deliver "incredibly accurate" music reproduction, Monster Cable's Beats by Dr Dre Tour are in-ear headphones with a striking design. The Beats by Dr Dre Tour headphones offer decent sound quality, but there are better in-ear phones available for similar prices.A key feature of the Beats by Dr Dre Tour is the "tangle-free cable". This cable has a flat design that seems very flexible. Unfortunately, although the cable doesn't get tangled as easily or as often as the cords on most h
Unique and stylish design , Cable seems more durable than that of most earbuds
Extra long earpieces that may not be comfortable for all users , Don't offer much in the way of sound isolation
Fashion-forward designs have recently been making quite a bit of headway in the headphone space. It doesn't take much effort to find a pair that matches your MP3 player or can be coordinated by outfit, although manufacturers with true eyes for design t...