urBeats by Dr. Dre In-Ear Headphones - Black/Red

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  • Dr. Dre urBeats is a good set of in-ear headphones for the bass-loving set, offering durability and tangle-resistant cables for a reasonable price.

    Dr. Dre urBeats is a good set of in-ear headphones for the bass-loving set, offering durability and tangle-resistant cables for a reasonable price.

  • Beats By Dre has a varied lineup, with many celebrity-endorsed models and pricey premium sets. The urBeats buck those trends, offering the classic Beats design in a simple package with very few frills. The $99 price tag puts these earphones in competition with a crowd of models, like the Shure SE215 and Sennheiser MM70s. If you prefer beefier bass, give these buds a shot.

    Beats By Dre has a varied lineup, with many celebrity-endorsed models and pricey premium sets. The urBeats buck those trends, offering the classic Beats design in a simple package with very few frills. The $99 price tag puts these earphones in competition with a crowd of models, like the Shure SE215 and Sennheiser MM70s. If you prefer beefier bass, give these buds a shot.

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    Noise Isolating

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    Volume Remote

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    Our test pair of urBeats came in white with red-and-silver accents, along with flat, red cabling that somewhat resists tangling. The earpieces are made of metal instead of plastic, inspiring confidence in their durability, and the cabling seems very sturdy. Although we haven't torture-tested them, it's easy to see that these can take some abuse.

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Predictably, hip hop sounded very good on the urBeats. They rendered Jay-Z's "Holy Grail" with powerful bass that retains very good definition at any volume. Justin Timberlake's voice sounded very smooth, with no harshness in the sibilants. Rock tracks such as Paul McCartney's "Only Mama Knows" benefit from the beefy bass without losing any clarity on the treble parts, like the McCartney song's strings intro and lead vocals.