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MP3 and More 25/02/2020

Cheapest Beats Headphone Or Alternative?

Cheapest Beats Headphone Or Alternative?

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Beats headphones definitely packed a punch amongst competitors in due time with its sound, design, comfort, and feature set. Yet, they are not that affordable to average users. Luckily, a decent alternative to Beats headphones came out addressing the same quality bass and offering a good balance that is so pivotal for most music genres. 

Definitely, PowerBeats Pro are for those who do not look at a price tag when surveying the Beats models, Studio3 Wireless are great for noise cancelling lovers, while Solo 3 and PowerBeats are likable amongst athletes. However, you can always find other pretty awesome options that work with any budget without compromising on sound and other characteristics. Keep on reading and find the compilation with the cheapest Beats wireless headphones and their amazing counterparts.

JayBird BlueBuds X vs The Powerbeats 2 Killer vs TREBLAB XR800

The BlueBuds are an official headset of USA Triathlon, so if you're into any of this - swimming, running, biking, working out intensively - the pair is definitely worth going for. The headset performs for about 8 hours and delivers detailed sound. The fit is ensured with ear-tips. The BlueBuds X feature a built-in, high-sensitivity mic for managing calls and is claimed to be sweat-resistant when exercising gets harder. 

The PowerBeats 2 have a 6-hour battery life and stream the sound that not everyone is going to like. Some users feel a sort of hissing in the buds. Also, the ear-tips protrude a little bit, which means they do not enter that deeply into the ear canal. It might be great for some. They come at a higher cost than the previous model. To be honest, at present, there's no reason to overpay for this one.


The TREBLAB XR800 are the cheapest Beats headphone and, what's surprising, can compete with these two in terms of sound, fit, durability, design, battery life. Users will love the model for the latest Bluetooth 5.0, true HD audio quality, a 9-hour battery life, IPX7 certification, and Passive Noise Isolation. They come with flexible ear-hooks for a snug fit. What's more, the XR800 feature the cVc 8.0 technology with built-in mic for even better phone calls quality. You can also summon Siri and Google Assistant. All of that makes the headset the best bargain here. 


Solo Wireless Killer vs TREBLAB Z2 vs Jabra REVO

Solo is a wireless version of wired Solo 2, which means they feature the same boosting bass. It's noteworthy that the audio reproduction of wired headsets is CD-like, and if the wireless version can mimic it - good for users. Yet, they have an uncomfortable headband that puts some pressure on a head (not to all). 

Compared to other Beats alternatives, The Jabra REVO is claimed to provide high-definition audio reproduction at a very fair price. They are made of durable materials and feature a 12-hour battery, comfortable padded headband, solid frequency response, and memory foam ear-cups. It's definitely a great option for those who want this type of affordable headset.

But if you're after the best alternative to Beats headphones, then TREBLAB is the one to pick. For the cost under $100, their pack is really impressive. So, users will appreciate Active Noise Cancelling, Bluetooth 5.0, a built-in mic and the cVc 6.0 technology for impeccable calls, and Siri, Google Assistant, Bixby, Alexa activation. As for the sound, they feature AptX and AAC Bluetooth codecs. To be clear, this is a great combo of codecs for perfect audio reproduction. 

TREBLAB E3 vs Audio Technica ATH-M50X vs The Beats Studio Killer

TREBLAB offers a decent iteration again addressing primary requirements to Beats and even more. So, they deliver high-fidelity audio with almost zero distortions thanks to AAC codec (ideal for Apple devices) and Bluetooth 5.0. The model features a patented multi-function noise cancellation, built-in HD microphone and allows summoning voice assistants. The battery lasts for 50 hours on a single charge, getting 10 hours from a 5-minute charge. The materials are premium here. These characteristics make the E3 ultimate cheap Beats alternatives.


The Audio Technica ATH-M50X stream crystal clear vocals and deep bass. The design is great as well - soft, pleasant pleather ear-cups that allow listening to music for hours. Another goodie that comes with is three removable cables so that you can get rid of wires anytime or won't damage them when you're chilling out. The pair is a good alternative Beats headphones might have with better vocal sounding.

The Beats Studio are not cheap Beats headphones and such cost is even undermined with overshadowing bass. EDM tunes make use of such an enhanced bass but might be annoying against other instruments sounding. However, their drawback is an uncomfortable, low-priced plastic headband. The headset needs to be charged even if it is wired. If choosing between the mentioned brands, TREBLAB makes a huge difference due to the feature set vs. money ratio. 

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