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Razer Adaro or Beats by Dre?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by DieselLag, Jul 16, 2016.

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  1. DieselLag

    DieselLag Active Member

    So i was wondering whether of not i should buy some heavy duty headphones and these are my finale two-i would like to know the opinion of the community before i make my purchase, thanks ;)
     
  2. forevercrl

    forevercrl Active Member

    I would recommend Adaro, Adaro has good quality for audio. If you do some research, many people do not prefer the audio quality of Beats by Dre.
     
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  3. DieselLag

    DieselLag Active Member

    Do you have a pair?
     
  4. forevercrl

    forevercrl Active Member

    I do not own it because I still can't afford for it. But I tried it before.
     
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  5. DieselLag

    DieselLag Active Member

    Oh okay thanks
     
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  6. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

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  7. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Beats are complete garbage. Adaro all the way.
     
  8. TheLividus

    TheLividus Member

    Adaro, I have Adaro Stereos and they are incredibly awesome.
     
  9. Pentalobe

    Pentalobe Active Member

    I have bose ae2 soundlink and they are ok considering they came from an airport kiosk. (Forgot to pack my old shures) The wireless works great but the mike is spotty, according to people on the other end. My wife has Sony mdr-x10 and they would be far superior in sound except they press against piercings and are kinda heavy. The Bose cans fit completely around the ear and are super lightweight so cbrs and industrial bars are no problem :) Up until these I have always had in-ears for that reason.

    Beats are not bad, at least the powerbeats and studios, but if you actually listen to a couple of different cans you will probably choose something else. Go to the store and try them.

    I have heard good things about grado but have never tried them. Audio-Technica, Sennheiser, Pioneer, Shure are always the safe old standby as well. Just make sure you listen to a couple different cans, and make sure they fit your head, before you choose.
     
  10. venturePinkLacespot810

    venturePinkLacespot810 Active Member

    Honestly I'd go with neither. For one, beats suck. For another, Razer's gaming peripherals are their forte... not their pure-audio peripherals. Go with a company that's known for its sound. I'd mention one but I got a penalty last time I did for "promoting" the other brand. Just google around.
     
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  11. JeremyLWK

    JeremyLWK Active Member

    Agreed. Even as a Razer fan, I would agree that anyone can get way better audio quality for the money.
     
  12. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    I got the adaro dj's for about 130€ on amazon a few weeks ago and I'm really impressed
    They are really comfortable and the audio quality for that price is amazing
    However for the original price that is still used on the razer store I would probably not buy them as there are definitely better headphones out today in that price range

    I don't think you should hate on beats that much, sure since apple bought them they got even more expensive, 90% of the price is used for marketing, design and packaging but the sound is not bad, it's just very overpriced
     
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