Beats' Solo Pro headphones are half price at Best Buy

The Beats Solo Pro wireless headphones are ideal if you're looking for powerful bass, but also want practical Apple features like the Siri speakerphone. Regularly priced at $ 300, they're not cheap at all, but Best Buy is now selling them in the "More Matte" color collection in red, dark blue, or light blue for $ 150 - the lowest prices we've seen so far.
Buy the Beats Solo Pro More Matte Headphones for the Best Buy - $ 150
While Beats headphones have a representative for one-dimensional, bass-oriented sound, the Solo Pro cans break this stereotype. They do a good job with mids and highs too, providing a well-rounded sound while still delivering driving lows. The noise cancellation can't be compared to what you get from Bose and Sony, but it can keep you relatively cocooned. If you have an iPad or iPhone, you can use the Siri voice assistant's quick pairing and hands-free calling features.
The main disadvantage is a design, which may not be comfortable for everyone. However, Apple has addressed another major complaint regarding the lack of a headphone jack. You can now buy an adapter to use it with a 3.5mm jack. Finally you have the choice between wireless or wired. If you're interested, we've just seen the Beats Solo Pro headphones for just $ 200. So $ 150 is quite a lot in comparison.
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