Beats By Dre Solo Headphones Black Friday 2013: Ebay May Offer Best Shot At Deal
You can't listen to Dr. Dre's 'The Chronic' on Beats Audio While they have been featured in ads for a few retailers, they seem to sell out almost immediately. Thanks to BFAds on Nov. 29 , those shoppers hunting for the Beats by Dre beats by dre solo Solo Headphones may be in luck with one good deal available on eBay. While there are plenty of options on eBay, BFAds links to one listing in particular for Blutek USA that has the Beats by Dre Solo headphones posted for a Buy It Now offer of $149.99. They have multiple colors available and offer free shipping, and this particular vendor has a very solid feedback ranking. These headphones typically run $199.99, and can be found in a few Black Friday 2013 sales for price points of $179.99 or so, such as at Best Buy or Amazon . While headphones of this price won't appeal to everybody, they have proven to be a hot item this season and they get excellent ratings and reviews by those interested in higher-end headphones. What's the best Beats by Dre Solo headphones Black Friday 2013 deal you've seen available this season? Suggested by the author Why Beats By Dre Solo HD Headphones Are A Winner For The Holiday Season His Beats Solo HD headphones are the first installment of the Apple Artist Series, so this will be a collectors' item that will also be sold at Apple Stores. In addition to Futura's world famous artistic graffiti style, here's why his limited edition Beats Solo HD headphones are a must have: Great audio quality, clear sound, deep base and comes with two speakers inside each can, so you get crystal clear highs and deep rumbling lows in high definition. Sound quality is excellent all across numerous genres of music and vocals. These are great for listening to music on the bus or subway and you'll not want to go back to baseline Apple headsets. Every pair is constructed of super-durable, flexible material, reinforced with a metal strip to make sure it never comes apart. Very portable, convenient to store and very comfortable than most on ear cans. Works great as a headset for the iPad. It beats by dre sale has built in mic for calls, so you can switch easily between songs and incoming calls. There's no more need to take off your headphones or talk into the phone. There's a remote control so you can take calls, skip songs and adjust volume right from the cord of your Beats Solo HD headphones. No more searching for your phone or music player just to find the right song. Iconic graffiti artist Futura creates awesome new Beats by Dr Dre Solo headphone The decision of the Promoter is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into regarding the outcome of the prize promotion 3. There will be one winner 4. Competition is open to UK residents 5. The prize promotion closing date is 2pm on 13 June 2013 and any entries received after the Closing Date will not be accepted by the Promoter 6. The winning entry will be selected at random after 2pm on 13 June 2013 and the winner will be notified 7. If you are notified of a winning entry and you do not reply to confirm acceptance within five days we may offer your prize to someone else 8. Only one entry per person is permitted 9. Submission of entries will not constitute proof of receipt and no responsibility will be accepted by the Promoter for entries or acceptances which the Promoter does not receive. The Promoter shall not be liable for any loss or corruption of data in transit. No responsibility will be accepted for entries or acceptances which are lost, delayed or damaged in the post or elsewhere. Does your music savvy friend seem to have everything, but you want to give them the one gift you know theyll love? Try the Beats by Dre Solo HD. They offer a clearer, deeper sound, have a built-in mic, and are extremely durable. The headphones come in a variety of colors, so youre sure to find a pair thats a favorite. And for a retail price of $199.99, its the most cost effective of the line. Take a look at more specs below. Your browser does not support iframes. Like TheUrbanDaily.com on Facebook to stay updated with the latest entertainment news and original interviews! MORE HOLIDAY ON THE URBAN DAILY WIN A Pair Beats by Dr Dre Solo HD Headphones, RRP £169.95 Design The Beats Solo headphones follow in the tradition of Monster's other Dr Dre-branded earphones, right down to the black and white colour options. This set looks very similar to the original model with the full-size earcups, except the overall size of everything is noticeably smaller because of the on-ear design. The earpieces, which feature the customary red lower-case b logo stamped in a fashionable brushed-chrome circle, are circular and measure just 5.6 cm across. The earpads swivel a bit in the base for a more comfortable fit and are designed to rest on the outer ear. While we found the Solo headphones quite comfortable for an hour or two, some may experience uncomfortable pressure from this design, as we did after a couple hours. From the earcups to the headband, the Beats Solo headphones have a nice, quality feel to them. The adjustable band is metal-coated in a soft, matte plastic and features a bit of padding on the top as well as the Dr Dre logo stamped on the outside. A single, removable cable in the Beats' signature thick, red coating attaches to the left earcup via a gold-plated straight plug. Following this 127 cm to the other end brings you to an uber-reinforced gold-plated L-plug that attaches to your audio source. The cable appears to be exceptionally durable and is not at all tangle-prone, a definite plus in our book. Monster Beats Solo by Dr Dre Dre's 'The Chronic' on Beats Audio By Ryan Book, The Music Times Mar 08, 2014 02:58 PM EST Dr. Dre(Photo : Reuters) Talk of the town has been the comparable advantages of the Beats Music service compared to streaming competition such as Spotify. Beats big claim to fame is having human beings choose music based on your interests, and therefore can better suit tracks to your current mood. But how about the actual availability of music? Well, you can't get Beats-backer Dr. Dre's album The Chronic on Spotify and... you also can't get it on Beats Music . Like Us on Facebook Dre, despite being the CEO of Beats Electronics, doesn't see fit to give you access to his classic 1992 solo album. The oddity of the matter is that his second album 2001 is available to listeners. But then again, it's available on Spotify as well. What gives? Many have suggested that its because Dre doesn't actually own the rights to The Chronic, as it belongs to the record label-which he also started-Death Row Records.