Monday, March 5th 2012

Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox Available Exclusively From AT&T March 11

Key Facts

- AT&T customers will soon be able to enjoy their favorite music wherever they are when the Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox Portable high performance wireless audio system arrives in white and black, exclusively from AT&T at company-owned stores or online at beginning March 11 for $399.00.

- Beats By Dr. Dre offers rich, full sounds with professional-grade sound engineering to play the music how the artist intended with a distortion-free sound at higher volume and real bass at all levels.

- The Beatbox will be featured on AMERICAN IDOL Wednesday March 14 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX when mentor and Beats By Dr. Dre co-founder Jimmy Iovine incorporates the high performance wireless audio system into his coaching sessions with the finalists.

- AT&T recently announced the HTC One X with Beats By Dr. Dre Audio integration letting customers experience rich, full sounds with professional-grade sound engineering in videos, gaming and music.

- In the coming weeks, HTC Vivid customers will be able to enjoy the optimized audio experience through an upcoming software update that will provide Android 4.0, an updated HTC Sense experience and Beats By Dr. Dre Audio profiles.

Authentic Sound On-The-Go

The Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox lets customers take the power of Beats wherever they go and features:

- Portable inputs that provide a built-in Dock Connector for smartphones or portable music players, plus Bluetooth wireless.
- Full-featured remote with On/Off, Volume, Mute, Scan and Skip buttons.
- Easy-carry handles on both sides.
- The ability to operate on either 6 D-cell batteries or a computer power supply.
- A 5.25 inch woofer and 3.5 MM input for other sources.

In addition to the Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox, AT&T will begin carrying the following Beats accessories in-store and online beginning March 11:

- Wireless HD Stereo Bluetooth Headphones, $280 - Engineered by Monster with a built-in microphone and control buttons on the ear cups for hands-free mobile calling and track and volume control.

- Beats Solo HD Headphones, $200 - Feature high definition sound, proprietary titanium coated driver technology and a comfortable, lightweight design that is ideal for active lifestyles.

- UR Beats In-ear Headphones, $99 - Includes the signature Beats experience in a sleek, compact design. Solid metal housing resists vibrations for the purest sound without sonic side effects, while ControlTalk makes hands-free calling and music control possible.


"As more customers begin to use their smartphone as their primary portable music device, it becomes more important for them to be able to enjoy premium sound quality no matter where they are," said Michael Cowan, director, product marketing management - Accessories, AT&T Mobility. "The Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox gives consumers an opportunity to experience their music in its purest form without sacrificing quality for portability."
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10 Comments on Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox Available Exclusively From AT&T March 11


Finally an accessory that does not focus only on Apple's haute gadgeterie.
I would buy just to show support ;)
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Finally they find other ways to rip-off their customers..... Beats headphones were getting old
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F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust
While it may be a so-so quality boombox, the giant logo just kills it for me. I'm not shelling out 400 clams to advertize for a mediocre manufacturer. I'll stick with my Logitech Squeezebox Boom and/or it's future replacement.
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Spaceman Spiff
If it's anything like the Beat's headphones then no thank you. Boomy uncontrolled bass and piercing treble....*shudder*

This is just my opinion, so if you like the sound then by all means knock yourself out.

And the price is outrageous.
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so no distortion when up to 10 is a marketing feature now? ffs. :shadedshu
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...really? The headphones weren't enough? If this is anything like the headphones, it's going to sound like crap, unless you like your music for bass alone. Pass.
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My laudatory comment was only regarding the opening up of the connecting possibilities, the rest i didn't even read, much less promote. :P
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I'll take the Zeppelin anyday thanks.
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