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Is pionner headphone compatible with Apple products or should I buy a beats by dre??

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Ali_Dahaka Calculating status...
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Nov 19, 2012 10:11 PM

Hello

 

 

I want to but a good headphone for listing to music and music recording

I wanted to buy pioneer headphones but I don't know if they're compatible with Apple products. some like hdj 500 or hdj 1500

And I can buy beats studio for 206$ , but I read red that beats is overpriced , does it worth with this price?

If you know a good looking headphone with good sound please tell but it should be compatible with Apple products :))

And I mostly listen to rock & metal music

 

I'm using ipod touch 4g and macbook air

 

Thank you

iPod touch
  • drtime3r Calculating status...

    Hi Ali,

    there are so many types of headphones today so it makes your question hard to answer. Depending on your budget you have a lot of options. Do you live close to an Apple store? If you do go in and try some of the demo models and see what you like. If you don't and you want my opinion I'd go for the Logitech UE 4000. For about $100 I think they're good looking, deliver quality sound AND they have a 2 year warranty. They are also totally compatible with your iPod touch 4th gen..  Do the Pioneers have the remote/mic feature? The Urbanears I bought before didn't hold up. You can also just check out the headphones page at the online Apple store.

     

    Good luck and have fun picking out your new headphones.

     

    Regards, Richard

     

    P.S.: Yes, I think the Beats are overrated (and priced)(just my opinion).

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