Beats by Dr. Dre Pill

Vi har samlet og analyseret 38 ekspertanmeldelser og 1886 brugeranmeldelser fra internationale kilder. Eksperter bedømmer dette produkt til 67/100 og brugere til 77/100. Gennemsnitlig anmeldelsesdato er Aug 15, 2014. Vi har sammenlignet denne anmeldelse med 1146128 anmeldelser af andre Højttalere. alaScore™ for dette produkt er 91/100 = Fremragende. Senest opdateret: Dec 14, 2018.

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Ekspertanmeldelse af : Ross Catanzariti (goodgearguide.com.au)

Beats by Dr. Dre Pill review

 

The Beats Pill is compact and well designed, but lacks bass and distorts at high volume levels

Stylish, compact design ; Decent sound at moderate volumes ; Included, zippered carry case

Distortion at high volume levels ; Lack of bass ; Overpriced

The Beats Pill is a compact, well designed and easy to use portable Bluetooth speaker. However, it lacks bass, distorts at high volume levels and is overpriced. Spend your money elsewhere.

Aug 2013

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Trusted Reviews (trustedreviews.com)

Beats Pill

 

Sales are guaranteed, but is Beat's first portable speaker any good?

NFC Bluetooth pairing, Clear conference calls

Music reproduction is weak and lacks bass, Exorbitantly expensive, Limited battery life

Aug 2013

Ekspertanmeldelse af : David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Beats Pill review: A mini Bluetooth speaker with some pop

 

While it costs slightly more, the $199 Beats Pill outperforms the Jawbone Jambox and has a couple of intriguing extra features.

The ; is a portable Bluetooth speaker with striking design, good sound and volume for its size, decent battery life, and speakerphone capabilities. It has tap-to-pair capabilities for NFC-enabled smartphones phones, Apt-X technology, and line inputs...

The Pill is somewhat pricey, and Apple iOS 6 users may encounter an unacceptable amount of Bluetooth hiccuping. The speaker doesn't acquit itself terribly well with big bass tracks from artists like Dr. Dre.

The Beats Pill outperforms the Jawbone Jambox and has a couple of intriguing extra features, but the speaker is overpriced at $199.

Jul 2013

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Bryan Gardiner (wired.com)

Review: Beats Pill

 

This portable, 12-watt Bluetooth unit gets surprisingly loud. Unfortunately, while volume was never an issue, bass response was.

Extremely well built. Easy smartphone pairing via NFC. Battery lasted six hours. Comes with an attractive, form-fitting carrying case

Close to zero bass. Frequent dropouts, even when line of sight was maintained. Upper frequencies are harsh — and so is the price

Jan 2013

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Will Greenwald (pcmag.com)

Beats By Dre Pill

 

The Beats By Dre Pill is a sleek, portable Bluetooth speaker that can't handle the bass it tries to output.

Sleek design. Works well as a speakerphone.

Distorts heavily at high volumes.

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Jan 2013

Ekspertanmeldelse af : T3 Online (t3.com)

Beats Pill review

 

Is the Beats by Dre Pill Bluetooth speaker an antidote to the Jawbone Jambox?

Portability ; The big red ‘b’ ; Loud volume

Uninspiring design ; Bass performance ; Below par battery

Dec 2012

Ekspertanmeldelse af : David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Beats Pill review

 

In recent months I've reviewed several compact, portable Bluetooth speakers and the list of Jawbone Jambox competitors just keeps growing. One of the higher-profile entries in the field is the $199 Beats by Dr. Dre Pill, which, needless to say, looks...

The Beats by Dr. Dre Pill is a portable Bluetooth speaker with striking design, good sound and volume for its size, decent battery life, and speakerphone capabilities. It has tap-to-pair capabilities for NFC-enabled smartphones phones, Apt-X...

The Pill is somewhat pricey, and Apple iOS 6 users may encounter an unacceptable amount of Bluetooth hiccuping. The speaker doesn't acquit itself terribly well with big bass tracks from artists like Dr. Dre.

The Beats Pill outperforms the Jawbone Jambox and has a couple of intriguing extra features, but the speaker is overpriced at $199.

Nov 2012

Ekspertanmeldelse af (whathifi.com)

Beats by Dr. Dre Pill

 

All style and little substance – the Pill isn't talented enough to compete with more accomplished class rivals

Small and portable ; Easy to use: Swift pairing ; Agile, speedy rhythm ; Livens up with punchy, bass-heavy music

Thin and weak sound ; Could be more detailed, dynamic and agile ; Picky with music genre ; Pricey

If you’re after that characteristic bold and bass-tastic Beats sound, you’ll be disappointed with the Pill. It’s pricey, too: we expect a much more engaging and articulate listen for £170.

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Beats Pill portable speaker

 

Beats is renowned for bringing the bass. The company's latest portable speaker, known as the Beats Pill because of its pill-shaped design, is a change of tack for the company in many respects. With four, 1-inch speakers arranged under its casing with...

Plenty of volume, NFC, Bluetooth, carry case, quirky design, on-device volume controls

Lacks bass, some distortion issues (volume, battery life and track dependent) pricey, battery doesn't last as long as we'd like

If Beats minus much of the bass sounds like a hard pill to swallow then the Pill won't be the product for you. There's volume aplenty though and, in isolation and assuming it's not cranked "up to 11" where distortion is often apparent, the Pill...

Feb 2013

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Rik Henderson (pocket-lint.com)

Hands-on: Beats Pill review - Pocket-lint

 

Beats by Dr Dre has become so much more than a brand associated with bass-thumping headphones in the last year or so. Perhaps it's the company's split

Feb 2013