Best Buy to offer new Beats for your ears
Want to make the most of your digital music collection? Well, you won’t be able to go too far off the mark when you have a name like Dr. Dre behind a pair of headphones, eh? Best Buy knows this, and hence has come up with new Beats by Dr. Dre headphones and Beatbox portable speakers which can be purchased in time for the mad holiday season rush.
These popular audio products were specially designed for folks who love music, and are uniquely engineered to reproduce the full spectrum of sound that musical artists and producers hear in professional recording studios. Basically, your ears hear what the artist wants you to in the comfort of your home (or even outdoors, depending on where you listen to your music most). We shall take a closer look at all four models on offer in the extended post, so head on past the jump for more detailed information.
First of all, the new iBeats in-ear headphones will come in a Best Buy exclusive black/chrome color combination that can be used with all portable music players such as the Apple iPod among others. Boasting a high-end audio playback experience at just $99.99, iBeats will deliver outstanding quality at an approachable price, enabling the vast majority of folks to access the enhanced music experience that is a hallmark of all Beats products. Of course, a lot of it also depends on the quality of your MP3 file, so make sure the bitrate is high to make the most of it.
As for the black Power Beats, this sports performance headphone inspired by 2009 and 2010 NBA MVP Lebron James comes with an over ear hook design which is perfect for use during physical activity. It enables you to be aware of ambient noise without compromising on sound quality, making sure you can groove to Lady Gaga while avoiding getting run down by a truck while jogging. The Power Beats retail for $149.99.
As for the Beats Pro, this will come in white or black shades, where the breakthrough studio-quality headphone will target professionals and prosumers. Delivering pro quality sound, the ear cups flip up for easy monitoring, and are of a durable metal design complete with a 6-foot cable with short coil sections for heavy duty use. It ain’t cheap at $399.99 though.
Last but not least would be the $399.99 Beat Box, touted to be Beats’ first portable digital sound system with a built-in iPod/iPhone docking station – the very same one featured in the Soulja Boy music video.