Let's talk about the brand's history. In 2008, Beats by Dre. Dre was being manufactured by premium brand Monster Inc and was exclusively sold by Best Buy and Apple in retail and online stores. What was next? In 2009, Beats by Dre and Monster teamed up with singing starlet Lady Gaga to lend her already very popular fashionable and pop musical image to create 'Heart Beats'. Like Gaga, Beats counts to its name an endless list of celebrity endorsements including Serena Williams, LeBron James and more. In the year 2013, Beats by Dr. Dre's value was estimated at 1 billion dollars. Coming as a surprise to many, and probably the most momentous event in Beats's history, 2014 had Apple buying Beats for a whooping 3.2 Billion dollars; by far Apple's largest acquisition ever.
The Beats promise is to not just give you a good aural experience, but even to make you look good while you are at it.Read the Blog
Celebrities like LeBron James, Cesc Fàbregas, Neymar Jr., Will.i.Am, Lady Gaga, and Nicki Minaj are just some of the stars to have associated their names with Beats products.Read the Blog
Audiophiles have long debated the benefits of buying the V-MODA Crossfade M-100 over the Beats by Dr. Dre Pro and vice versa. Similar in price, different in design and sound.READ THE Comparison
In today's face off, we have two heavy weight contenders. These veteran DJ headphones have been endorsed by various DJs worldwide.READ THE Comparison