Warenotice explains why you should never buy any Beats headphones.
The following is a transcript of our Why You Should Never Buy Any Beats Headphones video, which is embedded above.
Beats by Dr. Dre, a terrible company that Apple bought because… I don’t know. Maybe because of all the celebrity endorsements Beats gets? Well, sorry to break it to you, but the entire Beats brand and all of its products are horrible. This is why you should never buy any Beats headphones, a Warenotice review.
So, let’s start by talking about this pair of Beats Studio Wireless headphones, which costed $379.95. I’ve been using them for a little more than a year now, and for some unknown reason, they look like this. And before you ask: no, I did not put them in an industrial blender and no, I did not have them mauled by a cat.
Sadly, this is just normal ‘wear and tear’ for a pair of Beats. Come to think of it, Beats should try to trademark the phrase ‘wear and tear’ since when you wear their headphones you slowly tear their headphones.
Back to this pair of Beats Studio Wireless headphones. It currently has three major quality issues that simply just happened.
The first, which is pretty obvious, is that the yellow, squishy cushioning substance is visible due to the earcup’s ripped seam. It doesn’t make sense to me how this could happen in an almost $400 pair of headphones, but somehow Beats managed to allow it to. I’m guessing that their seams are either not tight or not strong enough to hold together for certain periods of time.
The second major quality issue is that the outer layer of the earcup padding is flaking off. This is very strange as well, and I’d guess that it’s caused by Beats’s use of low quality, cheap earcup covering material.
The third major quality issue is that this weird little metallic thing fell out of this Beats Studio Wireless. It came out of this part of the headphones when I was opening them up. Yeah, this is pretty odd as well since most people don’t like their headphones falling apart as they use them.
Although these Beats Studio Wireless headphones still function in playing audio, you’d expect a device that costs this much money not to fall apart whatsoever. I would assume that the other Beats products would be delicate like this Beats Studio Wireless since, after all, the Beats Studio Wireless are Beats’s second most expensive product. So, don’t buy any Beats headphones because if they act like mine, they’re going to fall apart for no good reason.