Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox arrive at AT&T
I am always curious about the marketing claim by audio companies who proudly proclaim that their peripherals or devices will make the song you hear over them sound as though the way it was meant to be by the artist. Having heard that a gazillion times, I do have this burning desire to one day pull Lady Gaga aside (if I can meet her), shove a pair of Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox that will be hitting AT&T this March 11th into her hands, ask her to give it a go with one of her signature tunes playing over my iPod touch that is connected to it.
If she says that “Yes, this is how it is meant to be heard, and it is what I had in mind”, then props to the Beats by Dr. Dre brand. Otherwise, I would have lost my faith in audio companies who promise the earth and the sky, and yet fail to deliver on a very practical matter. What do you think? Still, I do not want to jeopardize the Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox image by overlooking it due to my personal thought, and will expound on its hardware specifications after the jump.
Available as an exclusive device from AT&T this coming March 11th, the Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox is said to be the “ultimate experience in sound quality.” This high performance wireless audio system will be available in a choice of white or black colors, and can be yours for $399 a pop. Beats By Dr. Dre is said to deliver rich, full sounds thanks to professional-grade sound engineering which are able to play the music how the artist intended, boasting a distortion-free sound at higher volume and real bass regardless of the audio level.
Some of the hardware specifications for Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox include wireless Bluetooth connectivity, a full-featured remote with On/Off, Volume, Mute, Scan and Skip buttons, a high level of portability thanks to easy-carry handles on both sides, the option between a computer power supply and half a dozen D-cell batteries, a 5.25″ woofer and a 3.5mm input for other sources.