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Dre Beats EP On-Ear Headphones - White Walmart YMMV $64

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Found a couple of these Beats EP marked for $64.00. Was on a clearance table so YMMV. White-color only looks like.

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If you're good with a soldering iron you can pick one of these up without the aux jack and solder it back for like 30 bucks all in
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$45 @ 54494
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Was able to one. Thanks. My store had two at $64.00. only purchased one.
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These were $32 at my local Walmart!
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Why would anyone want them? There are MUCH better options for less cash.
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Closest store is a few miles away. What's best way to get these? Go early in the morning? No way to buy online and pick up in store?
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Why would anyone want them? There are MUCH better options for less cash.
I agree for the most part. Some people just want 'Beats'. And they are 'good'. I can't imagine paying the MSRP of $130 for these. But $32 or $45...not too bad. Myself, I would rather a wireless pair for this price.
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I agree for the most part. Some people just want 'Beats'. And they are 'good'. I can't imagine paying the MSRP of $130 for these. But $32 or $45...not too bad. Myself, I would rather a wireless pair for this price.
There is usually, if not always, some sacrifice with wireless, so I avoid it. I can understand why some might prefer it for certain situations though...
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Why would anyone want them? There are MUCH better options for less cash.
Do tell...
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Ok, KSC 75, Koss Porta pro, Koss Sporta Pro, Takstar Pro 80/Gemini HSR1000, Tascam Th (pretty much all) Oneodio Adapter Free and my current favorite, Superlux HD681. Fantastic headphones under $50. IF, I repeat, IF the look and bass is all that matters, buy Beats. Just don't think they're actually good cans.

These ARE supposed to be far better balanced and a higher value option, but Beats, like Monster, have a well earned rep for being WAAY overpriced and not the best quality or performance options.
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Ok, KSC 75, Koss Porta pro, Koss Sporta Pro, Takstar Pro 80/Gemini HSR1000, Tascam Th (pretty much all) Oneodio Adapter Free and my current favorite, Superlux HD681. Fantastic headphones under $50. IF, I repeat, IF the look and bass is all that matters, buy Beats. Just don't think they're actually good cans.

These ARE supposed to be far better balanced and a higher value option, but Beats, like Monster, have a well earned rep for being WAAY overpriced and not the best quality or performance options.
Interesting list. I own a pair of Koss I bought on sale, but I can't wear them outside without feeling like a doofus. They really are that bad looking.

We're getting off topic here, but can you recommend a pair of bluetooth headphones that have an independent volume from the volume of the source? So I can set my iPad at say, 25% volume, and then have lots of steps of differentiation on the headphones while keeping my iPad at 25% volume the whole time?

I bought a set of Anker bluetooth in ear buds that would have been perfect but they used my iPad's volume. At the lowest volumes I heard absolutely nothing, and when I went up one from that it was slightly too loud in a quiet room for me.
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Interesting list. I own a pair of Koss I bought on sale, but I can't wear them outside without feeling like a doofus. They really are that bad looking.

We're getting off topic here, but can you recommend a pair of bluetooth headphones that have an independent volume from the volume of the source? So I can set my iPad at say, 25% volume, and then have lots of steps of differentiation on the headphones while keeping my iPad at 25% volume the whole time?

I bought a set of Anker bluetooth in ear buds that would have been perfect but they used my iPad's volume. At the lowest volumes I heard absolutely nothing, and when I went up one from that it was slightly too loud in a quiet room for me.
Not from personal experience I am afraid. I have very little experience with wireless headphones...
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Not from personal experience I am afraid. I have very little experience with wireless headphones...
Ah well...Where's a good place to ask the question on the internet?
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Ah well...Where's a good place to ask the question on the internet?
Headfi is a great, pseudo audiophile, community...
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