Headphones under the Beats by Dr. Dre brand are of excellent quality. The hip-hop guru of the audio equipment's title helped craft the headphones for listeners to discover the nuances of the music they love. Musicians such as Diddy and Lady Gaga, and athlete LeBron James, have collaborated with Dr. Dre to produce an Artist Series of Beats headphones with unique style. Methods to personalize your own set of Beats abound.
Decide what type of Beats headphones you prefer. Choose between an over-ear and in-ear style. Peruse the Artist Series of Beats to find even more idiosyncratic versions.
Pick a color, or multiple colors, for the components of your Beats. ColorWare allows users to select various shades for different parts of the headphones, including the brackets, ear cups, inner and outer frames.
Choose whether or not to add a gloss finish to each part. Consider adding SofTouch as well, which is a matte finish that wards off fingerprints.
If you decide to use ColorWare, consider the variety of Beats headphone that you prefer. Beats Pro, Studio, Solo and Chrome are on offer. Act quickly however, as some options made be on backorder or have sold out.
If you are a celebrity, harness your clout and order your own custom pair directly from Monster Headphones, the manufacturer of Beats by Dre. Rapper Lil Wayne has been spotted with a unique pair of Beats, on which phrases like "Carter IV" and "504" have been engraved.
If you're not yet famous, consider outlets like CJmall. Look out for custom Beats giveaways from artists like Die Antwoord and GD&TOP. Purchase Beats adorned with Swarovski crystals from retailers on Etsy, or add your own crystals and jewels to your Beats headphones. Visit the Beats by Dre website regularly for special offers like the Red Diamond Limited edition.
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