This is true, there are a bunch of fake ones being sold. I remember that this guy at Best Buy was exchanging his and they did a thorough check to make sure that his was authentic. One of the signs that it's authentic (at least for my model) is the "b" on the earphone is etched in but fake ones just have it printed.i have mine since las june, and they are in mint condition. theyre the black ones. also theyre are the real ones. not fakes. are you sure youres are real? i've seen manh fakes and trust me they looked very real.
It's hard to know why, they look almost the same (the boxes). They may be switched during distribution, etc. Or switched during a return/exchange if not looked carefully. Same thing applies for items bought at online retailers.They ARE real, I checked the SN on the website, Why would Bestbuy in NY sell a fake pair of beats?
Look at it from my Stand Point, I bought these with my OWN money, less than 6 days ago for $299! Be logical, If I am paying $299 for headphones, I am going to get upset if the paint comes off!when did a little missing paint become cause for a freakin repair?
will monster fix what? nothing's broken. it's called wear and tear.
kids these days and their precious mass produced trinkets...
They didn't technically come out yet, Best Buy got them early!I can't find green Studios on the Monster site anywhere.
Found em, never mind.
Just exchange them, why not.