What happens when a Monster™ gets together with a Doctor? You get Beats™ by Dr. Dre™. Unfortunately, even the doctor gets sick sometimes. Your little brother leaves your headphones on a chair and squash. Or the jack bends and breaks. Let us get your Beats™ up and running again.Next Steps!
Beats™ headphone models we repair
- Studio and Studio V2
- Solo & Solo HD and Solo V2
- Pills XL
Note: In-ear/Ear-bud repairs are limited to audio plug repairs. In-ear headphones frequently break at the ear piece/remote control/speaker and we cannot repair those types of breaks.
Common breaks on Beats™
Here’s a few pictures of what we usually see breaking on Beats™.
Broken Head Band
The design of the head band creates pressure points in the wrong places. As a result, the plastic snaps.
Broken Audio Plugs
The wiring near the audio jack can become damaged or frayed from yanking and bending over time.
(Left: Broken jack. Right: Repaired jack.)
Note: In-ear/Ear-bud repairs are limited to audio plug repairs. In-ear headphones frequently break at the ear piece/remote control/speaker and we cannot repair those types of breaks.Don’t lose your investment. Send your headphones to us and get back to the music. This is the fine print that says “Beats” and “Dr. Dre” are trademarks of Beats Electronics, LLC and “Monster” is a trademark of Monster Cable Products, Inc. We are not affiliated with or endorsed by either company.