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Cheap Dre Beats Headphones, Deals on Studio, Pro

Dre Beats Solo HD ControlTalk Headphones

Dre Beats Solo HD ControlTalk Headphones
list price:$199
savings:$110.14
BuyDig.com via eBay$88.86Sep 02, 2016
shipping:Free shipping
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Showing price history since Nov 21, 2012
The average price for this deal since released is $124.43. Lowest historic price was $59.99 on Jul 16, 2015.

      Past Editor’s Notes and Discussions

    • Michael Tibi
      Michael TibiApr 17, 2015when the price was $74.99

      Dre Beats on the cheap at eBay. The Solo HD headphones with control talk dropped to $75 with free shipping - a new low by $20. In new condition you're lookin' at $180.

    • Michael Tibi
      Michael TibiApr 10, 2015when the price was $79.00

      Need a premium set of headphones under a hundred bucks? Daily Steals is offering Dre Beats Solo HD headphones for $79 today with free shipping. They're in refurbished condition, but cheapest new is $170.

    • Mike Paddock
      Mike PaddockNov 18, 2014when the price was $79.99

      Dre Beats Solo HD ControlTalk Headphones ties their all time lowest price ever today on eBay Deals. Shipping is free in the continental US. Sales tax charged by the seller only in Maryland.

    • Daniel Brasher
      Daniel BrasherMay 26, 2014when the price was $89.99 with 1 coupon for $10.00 off

      Today's Beats Solo HD deal from Rakuten beats Amazon's price by about $50. Technically they tie the cheapest price we've ever seen on them, but this $90 price point was for refurbished headphones in the past, so today's deal is a distinct improvement.

    • Mike Paddock
      Mike PaddockMar 31, 2014when the price was $99.99

      Dre Beats Solo HD ControlTalk headphones ties its lowest price ever today at 1Sale. These "like new" condition refurbs are a full $50 cheaper than you'll find 'em in brand new condition ($150).

    EXPIRED: Beats by Dre Powerbeats2 Wired In-Ear Headphones (Refurbished)

    Beats by Dre Powerbeats2 Wired In-Ear Headphones (Refurbished)
    list price:$149.99
    savings:$105
    Daily Steals$44.99
    expiredSep 25
    shipping:Free shipping
    EXPIRED: Sep 25
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    Showing price history since Dec 28, 2015
    The average price for this deal since released is $73.99. Lowest historic price was $44.99 on Sep 21, 2016.

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    • Michael Tibi
      Michael Tibi posted thisSep 21, 2016

      Need a premium set of earphones for workouts? Beats PowerBeats2 are down to $45 with free ship on Daily Steals. A new low by $15.

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    • Daniel Brasher
      Daniel BrasherAug 29, 2016when the price was $59.99

      Best price ever (again) on these Beats Powerbeats2 headphones. If you want Beats without the bulk of typical Beats over-ear headphones, give these a look.

    • Michael Tibi
      Michael TibiApr 04, 2016when the price was $79.99

      Looking for fancy set of headphones on the cheap? Beats Powerbeats2 In-Ear Headphones hits an all new low today on Woot. Cheapest ever by $5 and $25 off the next best price online.

    EXPIRED: Beats by Dr. Dre Pill Portable Bluetooth Speaker

    Beats by Dr. Dre Pill Portable Bluetooth Speaker
    list price:$199.99
    savings:$70
    Best Buy$129.99
    expiredSep 14
    shipping:Free shipping
    EXPIRED: Sep 14
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    Price History

    Showing price history since Dec 12, 2012
    The average price for this deal since released is $136.55. Lowest historic price was $99.99 on Aug 3, 2016.

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      • Mike Paddock
        Mike PaddockAug 03, 2016when the price was $99.99

        Take the red pill? Beats by Dre portable Bluetooth Speaker slashed to an all time low at Best Buy for $100. Cheapest ever by $20 and $100 off the usual $200. The only color option available at this price is unhook-from-the-matrix Red.

      • Michael Tibi
        Michael TibiJul 15, 2016when the price was $119.99

        At least a $140 purchase elsewhere online ($150+ at most retailers) today only, the Beats by Dr. Dre Pill Portable Bluetooth Speaker down to $120. Historic low price point. Free shipping or store pickup.

      • Mike Paddock
        Mike PaddockJun 29, 2016when the price was $119.99

        Morpheus wants you to take the red pill, and so does Dr. Dre. Beats by Dre Pill Bluetooth Speaker down to $120 at Best Buy. New low by $50 in a 24 hour sale.

      Love them or hate them, Dre's Beats are one of the most popular choices for a solid set of headphones. While you can assuredly get sets of similar or better sound quality for the same price, the recognizable logo and wide variety of designs in the Beats line is a tough combo to beat. At time of writing, there are six headphones, four earphones, and three speakers bearing the Beats name.

      Headphones

      When these babies go on sale, they often sell out in a matter of minutes or hours depending on how steep a discount we see. All Beats headphones include an in-line remote (other than the Wireless model, of course) and some sort of carrying case. You can read more about what makes each model unique below.

      Beats Studio

      These are the originals. The iconic model that started it all. The Beats Studio phones include noise canceling, cushy ear cups, an in-line to control your music, a 1/4" plug adapter, hard shell carrying case, and a cleaning cloth. They run $300 list and come in 9 colors (plus a white Ekocycle model made from 31% recycled material, $350 list).

      Beats Solo HD

      If you didn't want to bust out three bills to cover the cost of the Studios, check out the Solo HDs with a $200 list. They're actually the only Beats model that has TWO speakers inside each headphone (for a total of four sitting on your head), which ostensibly improves sound definition and separation between highs and lows. They're flexible and reinforced with a metal strip for durability, and they even have a built-in microphone to let you take calls in between songs (branded as ControlTalk). Eight colors to choose.

      Beats Pro

      Will.i.am uses these in the studio. They're $400 list and sheathed in steel and aluminum. They don't employ digital noise reduction, but in theory they don't need to because the ear cups are so incredibly heavily padded. You get the classic coiled cable, 1/4" adapter, pouch, and cleaning cloth with these bad boys.

      Beats Mixr

      As you might guess from the stylized spelling, the Beats Mixr phones are designed to deliver booming bass at high volume - ideal for someone spinning for a party. The ear cups swivel and the headband's flexible to let you check the mix periodically without fear of breaking the band or cup connectors. Inspired by David Guetta with a list of $250, these have a coiled cable, 1/4" adapter, case, and cloth.

      Beats Executive

      You won't see a slew of color options for these - black and brushed silver is your color scheme. Beats Executive are the bougie Beats phones. At $300 list, they're lightweight for easy travel and feature active noise canceling like the Beats Studio models. Airline adapter, 1/4" adapter, hard shell case, and cleaning cloth come standard.

      Beats Wireless

      If you don't want a cord getting in the way, Beats Wireless headphones run you $280 and offer 10 hours of battery life and a Bluetooth connection to your phone, MP3 player, computer, or other Bluetooth device. Ear cup controls for your music are a given. They come with a USB charging cable, case, and cloth.

      Earphones

      For on-the-go and athletic types, you've got four kinds of Beats earphones at your disposal. They generally run cheaper than the regular Beats on and over-ear headphones, but they can't be beat for portability or convenience. In general, these aren't as likely to sell out even with occasional substantial discounts, since they're not as iconic, but that's a good thing if they're what you need. Like the headphones, Beats earphones have in-line remotes to give you easy-to-access control over your music.

      Beats Tour

      You could argue the Beats Tours are the Beats earphone equivalent of the Beats Studio headphones. They're $150 list, come in black or white, and feature a tangle-free cable built-in mic to take calls on your phone when necessary. They come in a hard case with 7 pairs of different sized bud inserts for the perfect fit.

      Dre Powerbeats

      LeBron teamed up with Dre to design these for the gym, the basketball court, or wherever else you find yourself active and not wanting to break your buds. At $150 list, they come with earclips to keep them in place. They're like the earbud equivalent of the Solo HDs in that they've got two speakers within each bud for definition, but they let in ambient noise to keep you safe and aware of your surroundings. They include an extension cable, hard case, and 3 pairs of ear tip fits.

      Dre Urbeats

      These are clearly a concatenation of urban and Beats. They're $100 at list price, are built for durability with a solid metal housing, and come with a storage pouch and 4 pairs of ear tips.

      Dre Heartbeats

      Lady Gaga designed these to "[broadcast] bullets of sound right through your ears and into your heart," which sounds dangerous but undeniably stylish if you're into Gaga's aesthetic. These $130 earphones feature a tangle-free leathery cord and gunmetal studded buds. Throw them in the included leather pouch and get a good fit with 7 sizes of ear tips included.

      Speakers

      Enjoying Beats audio doesn't have to be a "solo" experience (pun regrettably intended). You can go old-school with a boombox instead and share the music with your friends, or with angry neighbors. (They're probably just mad Dre is coming up with cool new Beats products instead of releasing Detox after over ten years.)

      Dre Beatbox

      You won't have to use your mouth to make a phat beat to have someone spit over for this one, although "free" would certainly be easier on your wallet than the $400 list the Dre Beatbox commands. However, it's a lot louder and bassier than you can possibly be. The "speaker system" comes with rubber feet to adjust height, a power supply (you'd hope, right?), a remote control, and 5 iPod/iPhone adapter docks to fit just right.

      Dre Beatbox Portable

      The Beatbox Portable runs the same list price as the regular Beatbox but has handles for easy carrying to the nearest corner or party. You can change tracks from any Bluetooth-enabled device (laptop or phone, perhaps) if you don't want to use the included remote, and it'll run old school off 6 D batteries in addition to wall power. Comes with 7 adapter docks to fit your iDevice.

      Beats Pill

      Don't try to ingest this one. It's quite literally a tough pill to swallow, but at $200, it's only half as difficult as the Beatboxes at list price. The Beats Pill lets you change tracks from your phone like the Beatbox Portable, but it's also got an internal microphone to let you conference call via Bluetooth with your phone. You'll get a 1.5m audio cable, USB charge/data cable, carry case, and AC power adapter. For portability, throw it on the included carabiner and you're good to go.

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      1. $88.86Sep 02, 2016
        Dre Beats Solo HD ControlTalk Headphones
      2. expiredSep 25, 2016
        Beats by Dre Powerbeats2 Wired In-Ear Headphones (Refurbished)
      3. expiredSep 14, 2016
        Beats by Dr. Dre Pill Portable Bluetooth Speaker
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