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DescriptionThis Software came from a HP Pavilion Windows 7 64 bit system with appropriate sound system hardware.
Beats Electronics, LLC is a producer of audio products and equipment headquartered in Santa Monica, California.
The company was founded by hip-hop artist Andre "Dr. Dre" Young and Interscope-Geffen-A&M Records chairman Jimmy
Iovine, and primarily produces products under the brand Beats by Dr. Dre. Its products were manufactured under
exclusive license by consumer electronics company Monster Cable since 2009. Beats has not renewed its five year
contract with Monster, which ends late 2012.
The company was founded in 2006, and debuted its first product Beats by Dr. Dre Studio headphones, in late 2008. Monster was granted exclusive rights under a 5 year-contract to manufacture and develop Beats-branded headphones. Beats would primarily rely on celebrity endorsements from pop musicians to help target the line to their demographics.
In August 2010, mobile phone manufacturer HTC acquired a 50.1% majority share in Beats for $309 million, before selling 25% back to the founders for $150 million, and remaining the largest shareholder with 25.1 percent, in order to provide "flexibility for global expansion while maintaining HTCâ™s major stake and commercial exclusivity in mobile."The purchase was intended to allow HTC to compete with other cellphone makers, like Apple, Samsung and Motorola. The purchase also granted HTC exclusive rights to manufacture smartphones with Beats-branded audio systems. Despite its majority acquisition, HTC would still allow Beats to operate as an autonomous company.
On January 12, 2012, Business Week reported that Beats and Monster would not renew their production contract and would be ending their partnership by the end of 2012. Monster began to market its own line of headphone products at the start of the year, aiming towards an older demographic: women, and business professionals.
In March 2012, reports surfaced that Beats was planning to acquire the online music service MOG. The acquisition was officially confirmed on July 2, 2012, reported to have been between $10 to $16 million. Beats chose to acquire MOG due to its use of high quality streams for its music library—which supports Beats' aim to create "a truly end-to-end music experience." The acquisition did not include the company's blog and advertising network, the MOG Music Network, which was sold in a separate transaction to the radio and online media company Townsquare Media in August 2012.
We don't sell headphones, we offer Dr. Dre's genius and Jimmy Iovine's vision.
You deserve to have high quality audio, WHEREVER you choose to listen to your music.
Poor quality, bad music files and crappy equipment have stood in the
way of you and the artist you love. Our mission is to fix what's been
wrong so you can experience your favorite music in ways you haven't
before, and connect to the artist in a way you've never imagined.
Unlike other sound companies who's technical approach lacks emotion,
our Beats Audio sound is handcrafted by Dr. Dre himself and some of
the world's best producers. We don't engineer the sound to "make it
better," we use our unique blend of science and artistry to bring you
exactly what the artist intended.
We work with partners like HTC, HP and Chrysler to make sure that whether you're
on your phone, computer or in your car you will get our signature Beats sound.
We first start off by making sure your hardware is tailored to deliver the best
possible sound quality. That includes considering things like: speaker location,
adequate power supply, quality jacks, amplifier and digital to audio converter.
Once we have the hardware right we then complement with Beats Audio software.
The Beats Audio tuning process holds the highest respect for the artist - never
interfering with the track. In our opinion, there's nothing better than what the
artist originally made in the studio.
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