Urbeats Wired in Ear Stereo Music Headphone Earphones
|FOB Price:||US $7 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||50 Pieces|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|50 Pieces||US $7/ Piece|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, Money Gram|
- Model NO.: Urbeats
- Color: Mutilcolor
- Usage: Portable Media Player, Computer, Mobile Phone
- Jack Diameter: 3.5mm
- Transport Package: Box Package
- Origin: China
- Wire Material: TPC
- Type: Moving-Coil Headphones
- Function: Noise-Cancelling, HiFi
- Trademark: DENS
- Specification: 0.4kg
- HS Code: 8518300000
Urbeats Wired In Ear Stereo Music Headphone Earphones
Powerful audio performance with deep bass. No distortion at top volumes. In-line microphone and remote for phone calls, playback control. Solid, alluring design.
Highly sculpted frequency response isn't for everyone. Getting a consistent fit can be difficult. Ear tips can be uncomfortable over long listening sessions.
The Beats by Dr. Dre urBeat delivers the typical Beats bass-heavy sound, distortion-free and at a reasonable price.
Not much changes in the land of Beats designs. The urBeats features the trademark flat, linguini-like cable, the lowercase-B logo on each earpiece, that just about every other Beats model is graced with. The housing is a lightweight brushed metal that has a nice matte look to it. Along the left ear's cable, there's an inline microphone and remote for making calls on mobile devices and controlling playback and volume.
As previously mentioned, the urBeats doesn't stray from the central defining characteristic of the Beats audio lineup: Big bass. Not all audiophiles and purists will be interested in a pair with such exaggerated low end, but the urBeats delivers its serious bass response cleanly. Even at top, unsafe listening levels on tracks like the Knife's "Silent Shout," which has plenty of sub-bass content, there is zero distortion-a claim several more expensive earphones cannot make.
Modern mixes for pop, hip-hop, and rock sound intense on the urBeats. Whether it's the baritone vocal delivery of Bill Callahan on "Drover" or the kick drum loop and deep bass synth hits on Jay-Z and Kanye West's "No Church in the Wild," the urBeats delivers serious, thumping bass. This often sounds great on hip-hop and rock tracks, but occasionally, the bass overpowers the mids and highs, and the overall mix loses its crispness and balance. Vocals can lose their high-mid frequency definition and kick drums-like the one in the aforementioned drum loop-can lose the edge of their attack, giving way to the deeper frequency content.