beats by dr dre solo hd or tour in ears?
looking to get a pair, heard beats r good but dont want to drop 300+ dollars . these two are under 200$ any input would be great
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
Overall I would say Solo HD's they look stylish, comfy and have good bass and that.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Beats Tour delivers sound so big; you would think you had speakers in your ears. Newly developed in-ear speaker technologies reproduce clear natural vocals, detailed highs, and deep powerful bass without distortion. Wired with high-performance Monster Cable, Beats Tour delivers sound performance never before achieved in any earphone. Beats Tour also features the world's first tangle-free earphone cable. While earphones are convenient, taking the time to untangle them is not.Most in-ear headphones simply cut off the low end of your music because they simply can't reproduce low audio frequencies.Source(s): http://aiteile.notlong.com/
- kinzerLv 44 years ago
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