This is the comparison of Beats EP and Mixr headset. Both these are wired headset and both sound really good but there are some differences in features. So, you can get a clear decision after a look of detailed review.
|Beats EP||Beats Mixr|
|BUY NOW||BUY NOW|
Not as bass heavy as other Beats products.
Playback controls work nicely (on iOS).
|Great youthful looks. |
Good accessory package.
Sound better than the Solo range.
Decent build quality.
|Still clearly skewed towards emphasizing the low end. |
Build quality is questionable.
3.5mm cable is not removable.
Can not skip between tracks on Android.
No folding hinges or swiveling ear cups.
|So-so comfort. |
Unbalanced, adolescent bass.
|MODEL||BEATS EP||BEATS MIXR|
|HEADPHONES||BEATS EP||BEATS MIXR|
|Headphones Form Factor||On-ear||Full size|
|Sound Output Mode||stereo||stereo|
|In-Cord Volume Control||Yes||Yes|
|MICROPHONE||BEATS EP||BEATS MIXR|
|CONNECTIONS||BEATS EP||BEATS MIXR|
|Connector Type||mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm 4-pole||mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm|
|REMOTE CONTROL||BEATS EP||BEATS MIXR|
|Audio Controls||answer/end, next/previous track, play/pause, volume|
|Controls||Remote Talk||Volume, answer/end, play/pause, next/previous track|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||BEATS EP||BEATS MIXR|
|Weight||6.56 oz||7.41 oz|
|FEATURES||BEATS EP||BEATS MIXR|
|Features||Fine-tuned acoustics for the clarity and depth you expect from Beats.|
Durable, lightweight design reinforced with stainless steel.
Battery free for unlimited playback.
Adjustable vertical sliders for a personalized fit.
Take calls and control music on your iOS devices with RemoteTalk cable.
|Delivers professional-level, club-caliber sound.|
Earcups rotate for comfortable off-ear profile.
Sturdy, lightweight, durable, and comfortable.
Dual inputs so you can plug in on either side.
Slick matte finish in black or white.
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This headset is the least expensive one in Beats and it also works well even though it’s wired. The sound quality is just amazing and if you’re iOS user, this one will be great for you.
This one is not as popular like the Beats EP and Solo headphones. Even though this is not popular, this one is also good to use and has good features.
The build is screaming out its premium quality and even more so as soon as you get hold of it. On the back of the ear cups is where you will see the bits logo and around it are metal that connects the ear cups to the headband which is a very nice aesthetics.
These are actually kind of like a hybrid between the Pro and the Solo HD. The interesting thing about these headphones is that unlike the other Beats where they have a collapsible form factor for their ear cups. These actually rotate inwards and all you do is you pop them out and you’re good to go.
These headphones are made of great material. It’s like a metal material and that adds to the durability of these headphones which is a great thing because people complain about headphones snapping like the headbands of the Solo. Here, I really don’t think anyone can complain about the quality that these have.
As far as the design, I think something really great about these headphones is actually the logo on them. Typically the logo is a red B with a gray background but this one has a black background which actually goes really well with it. It makes it look even sleeker than it already is because it doesn’t stand out so much when you’re outside because it all just blends in together which I think gives us a lot of bonus points for it as far as style. These have kind of flip-up, there’s a really nice feature and they pretty much stay on-ear.
The padding on the top is made out of rubber and it feels very comfortable. It has a decent amount of pressure to make sure it fits most people’s heads, it also has a right and left indication so that you will know which a cup you should place the headphones when you wear it.
The headphones are adjustable but it doesn’t have any clicks, it simply slides up and down with a very good grip. Their ear cushions are very soft and very comfortable and it can swivel a little in all directions.
It is a lightweight and very comfortable and I could wear this for like hours, I don’t really like on-ear headphones but this one makes me think otherwise. It has a very nice comfy feel especially with the swivel mechanism that this one has.
The insides are like the others which are still soft. So, you don’t have to worry about something hard pressing up against your head. The earcups also well padded which will give a nice comfort. So, you don’t have to worry about comfort. You can use these for any hours. This one is like all the on-ear headphones but with some more comfort.
One thing that I happen to have a problem with was actually the size of the headphones because of its a metal band, it’s really tight. So, you can encounter some pain depending on the size of your head.
The only other possible complaint I could have but it might just be me nitpicking would be the adjusters. I just can’t tell how far apart they are from each other to make it even. Even with Solo HD, I typically just put my finger in between so I can know how far apart make sure they’re even but I can’t really do that with this one, the Mixr but that’s just for me.
The cable is too thin in my opinion and it is permanently attached in the left ear cup. The cable is not that long and not too short either which is a very good thing if you’ll use it for travel. It also has a one-touch button to control your music and manage calls.
There’s also an inline control specially designed for iOS. There is a volume up and down and a multi-function to play and pause, a quick press will answer and call and a long press work doing up Siri. Two quick presses move to the next track and three quick presses move back a track. The only control that works in Android is the middle button to answer or end call or pause and play music.
In the box, you have your standard headphone cable with the control and I think you also have the other cable which is way smaller than the normal one.
The great thing about these headphones is two dual input on both the ear cups. Now, typically you use one just to listen to your music but if you’re with someone else, you can put another pair of headphones into the other slot.
There is a mic in the inline control. I tested the mic on this headset by the iOS app. Basically, this mic doesn’t pick up any sound coming from the headset itself. The mic sound is good and clear, whoever on the other end of the call they can easily and clearly hear you. For the most part, the mic sound is really good but on the other end of the call, they will really know that you’re using some devices other than mobile.
There’s a hidden mic in the headset. It works well for calls and any other work. The mic sound of the mic is also clear and crisp. For calls and any informal work, I think this will be great. The sound is like all other headphones.
As for the audio quality, this is one of the most balanced sounds I’ve ever tried. The bass is full without overpowering the mids and highs and you can clearly differentiate the sound whether it be voice, instrument, footsteps, and many more.
The sound quality is perfect, the mic sound is awesome and the easy button function is very handy especially when you’re using an iOS device and most of the build is premium except for the cable that it’s related in my opinion and this can easily break if you’re not too careful. I just hope it is detachable, so you could replace it when it breaks.
The sound quality on these is great. They are probably the clearest Beats that I’ve heard so far. It doesn’t have as much bass as the Beats wireless happened to have. The bass matches up to the Solo HD I would say but it is clearer like you can hear the words of the artists, a lot clearer than you can on Solo HD.
I did a lot of listening between the three of my current Beats which are the wireless, the Solo HDS, and the Mixrs. The Mixr gave me the clearer sound, so I got good bass it’s not overpowering, clear words like I can hear every word every lyric, and it was just great. I can’t complain that all about the sound. For those who are like an everyday person who’s listening to music on your iPod on their way to work or class, these are great.
WHICH TO BUY?
Both these headphones are great to buy and both work wired. I think, Beats EP will be good to buy and will be better than the Mixr for the current situation and also for the future. The reason I chose Beats Ep is this one has better sound quality and also it will be easily available but the Beats Mixr.