• Joleen

    A) where are the batteries kept?
    B) do they work without being switched on?
    C) what do they sound like?
    D) how much are they?

  • http://profiles.google.com/gclark884 Garry Clark

    There are no batteries as it is passive noise cancelation. They sound incredible but can be a bit heavy on bass sometimes but that doesn’t bother me to be honest.

  • Anonymous

    A) No batteries needed
    B)Yes, no power switch
    C) I dunno, but from what I’ve been told, very good
    D) About $200

  • A094H2

    You must not have ever tried many other headphones before. Quite possibly one of the worst headphones on the market – nothing is clear at all. The sound is extremely muffled, and there is not one ounce of detail in the mids and highs. The bass is not even that low – even Logitech’s UE 350 in-ear earphones have much bigger bass, though they still have amazing highs and lows. The Beats Solos HDs (yes, I am talking about the HDs) have terrible sound quality. Mids and highs are almost nonexistent. Bass is muffled. If you believe these headphones are good you have never tried Sennheiser, Audio Technica, or Ultimate Ears headphones and earphones. If you want something that looks stylish and has decent sound quality with a lot of bass, look up SOL Republic Tracks HDs.

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