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Beats Wireless Headphones

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$279.95

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Specs

Material: Polymer, Synthetic
Driver: 40mm
Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20,000 Hz
Input Connection: 3.5mm
Cord Length: n/a
In Line Volume Adjuster: Yes
In Line Mic: Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Beats Wireless Headphones

Beats Wireless headphones deliver the sound quality that made Beats by Dr. Dre famous, only without the cord getting in your way. Controls on the earcup even let you switch tracks without pulling out your music player.

Key Features of the Beats Wireless Headphones:
  • INCREDIBLY CLEAR SOUND: Beats Wireless headphones feature powerful sound, as clear and strong as any wired headphone. They also come with a cable you can plug into if you don't want to go wireless.
  • TEN HOURS OF BATTERY LIFE: Longer battery life means you can listen to your music for hours without interruption. To recharge your headphones, just plug your Beats Wireless headphones into any computer or USB port.
  • PAIR YOUR HEADPHONES TO ANY DEVICE: Stream audio from your laptop, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device - even TV's - from up to 30 feet away. Beats Wireless headphones support SBC, APT-X and AAC Bluetooth, which means you'll always have a high-quality stream.
  • EASY PLAYBACK: Instead of digging around for your music player when you want to change a song, use the controls on your ear cup to manage phone calls and music.
  • Beats Wireless Bluetooth on ear headphones
  • USB charging cable
  • In-line remote & mic cable (features may vary)
  • Carrying case
  • Beats cleaning cloth
  • Weight (kg): 0.21
  • Height (mm): 197

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Are these on or over the ear?
Jennifer K on Nov 13, 2014
Best Answer: The Beats Wireless Headphones are over the ears.
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