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Beats Studio3 Wireless over-ear headphones delivers premium sound while blocking external noise with Active Noise Cancelling

Beats Studio3 Wireless over-ear headphones delivers premium sound while blocking external noise with Active Noise Cancelling

Premium sound

Real-time audio calibration preserves clarity, range, and emotion to deliver a premium listening experience.

Block external noise

Noise Cancelling continually pinpoints external sounds to block while automatically responding to individual fit and music playback.

Up to 22 hours of listening time

Long-term comfort is matched by a battery life of 22 hours, and 40 hours of playback when Noise Cancelling is turned off.

Convenient on-ear controls

Take calls and make calls, select tracks, control volume, and voice activate with the multifunctional “b” button controls right on the ear cup.

Premium sound

Real-time audio calibration preserves clarity, range, and emotion to deliver a premium listening experience.

Block external noise

Noise Cancelling continually pinpoints external sounds to block while automatically responding to individual fit and music playback.

Up to 22 hours of listening time

Long-term comfort is matched by a battery life of 22 hours, and 40 hours of playback when Noise Cancelling is turned off.

Convenient on-ear controls

Take calls and make calls, select tracks, control volume, and voice activate with the multifunctional “b” button controls right on the ear cup.

Premium sound

Real-time audio calibration preserves clarity, range, and emotion to deliver a premium listening experience.

Block external noise

Noise Cancelling continually pinpoints external sounds to block while automatically responding to individual fit and music playback.

Up to 22 hours of listening time

Long-term comfort is matched by a battery life of 22 hours, and 40 hours of playback when Noise Cancelling is turned off.

Convenient on-ear controls

Take calls and make calls, select tracks, control volume, and voice activate with the multifunctional “b” button controls right on the ear cup.

Sound

  • Noise Cancelling continuously pinpoints, isolates, and cancels exterior noise in real time to play sound the way it was intended

Design

  • Over-ear headphones
  • Advanced venting to aid noise cancelling technology
  • Ergonomic pivoting ear cups
  • Height: 7.2 in /18.4 cm
  • Weight: 9.17 oz / 260 g

Connectivity

  • Class 1 Bluetooth® via the Apple W1 chip, providing seamless setup and switching for your Apple devices, with extended range and fewer dropouts
  • Wirelessly share audio such as songs, podcasts, or movies with Beats Studio3 wireless and another set of Beats headphones or AirPods with Audio Sharing1
  • Micro USB port
  • Android compatible

Power

  • Up to 22 hours of battery life with noise cancelling on; up to 40 hours of battery life with noise cancelling off
  • Fast Fuel: A 10-minute charge provides 3 hours of playback
  • LED fuel gauge shows full or depleted charge level when plugged in, and full, low, or depleted charge level when not plugged in.
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion

Controls

  • Multifunctional "b" button lets you take and make calls, control volume and audio playback, and activate Siri2
  • Internal and external microphones to measure unwanted ambient noise and cancel it out

In the box

  • Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones
  • Carrying Case
  • 3.5mm RemoteTalk cable
  • Universal USB charging cable
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Warranty Card

Sound

  • Noise Cancelling continuously pinpoints, isolates, and cancels exterior noise in real time to play sound the way it was intended

Design

  • Over-ear headphones
  • Advanced venting to aid noise cancelling technology
  • Ergonomic pivoting ear cups
  • Height: 7.2 in /18.4 cm
  • Weight: 9.17 oz / 260 g

Connectivity

  • Class 1 Bluetooth® via the Apple W1 chip, providing seamless setup and switching for your Apple devices, with extended range and fewer dropouts
  • Wirelessly share audio such as songs, podcasts, or movies with Beats Studio3 wireless and another set of Beats headphones or AirPods with Audio Sharing1
  • Micro USB port
  • Android compatible

Power

  • Up to 22 hours of battery life with noise cancelling on; up to 40 hours of battery life with noise cancelling off
  • Fast Fuel: A 10-minute charge provides 3 hours of playback
  • LED fuel gauge shows full or depleted charge level when plugged in, and full, low, or depleted charge level when not plugged in.
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion

Controls

  • Multifunctional "b" button lets you take and make calls, control volume and audio playback, and activate Siri2
  • Internal and external microphones to measure unwanted ambient noise and cancel it out

In the box

  • Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones
  • Carrying Case
  • 3.5mm RemoteTalk cable
  • Universal USB charging cable
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Warranty Card

Sound

  • Noise Cancelling continuously pinpoints, isolates, and cancels exterior noise in real time to play sound the way it was intended

Design

  • Over-ear headphones
  • Advanced venting to aid noise cancelling technology
  • Ergonomic pivoting ear cups
  • Height: 7.2 in /18.4 cm
  • Weight: 9.17 oz / 260 g

Connectivity

  • Class 1 Bluetooth® via the Apple W1 chip, providing seamless setup and switching for your Apple devices, with extended range and fewer dropouts
  • Wirelessly share audio such as songs, podcasts, or movies with Beats Studio3 wireless and another set of Beats headphones or AirPods with Audio Sharing1
  • Micro USB port
  • Android compatible

Power

  • Up to 22 hours of battery life with noise cancelling on; up to 40 hours of battery life with noise cancelling off
  • Fast Fuel: A 10-minute charge provides 3 hours of playback
  • LED fuel gauge shows full or depleted charge level when plugged in, and full, low, or depleted charge level when not plugged in.
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion

Controls

  • Multifunctional "b" button lets you take and make calls, control volume and audio playback, and activate Siri2
  • Internal and external microphones to measure unwanted ambient noise and cancel it out

In the box

  • Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones
  • Carrying Case
  • 3.5mm RemoteTalk cable
  • Universal USB charging cable
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Warranty Card

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1 Compatible with all Apple W1 and H1 chip-enabled Beats headphones and AirPods. Works with iPhone 8 or later and iPod touch (7th generation) with the latest version of iOS; and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation or later), 11-inch iPad Pro, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, iPad (5th generation or later), iPad Air (3rd generation), and iPad mini (5th generation) with the latest version of iPadOS.

2 Siri may not be available in all languages or in all areas, and features may vary by area. Internet access is required. Cellular data charges may apply.

Sours: https://www.beatsbydre.com/headphones/studio3-wireless

Beats Studio 3 Wireless review: bifurcating ecosystems

Whenever you hear or read the word “wireless,” it’s most often followed by the word “freedom.” Wireless freedom. That’s what we are promised by headphone makers, wireless charging evangelists, and even gaming mice specialists. The shedding of wires has always been a literal and symbolic liberation of the user from a layer of technological friction. Almost always.

We’re now living in the sort of topsy turvy world where the latest wireless tech actually locks us in more than it frees us. Say hello to the $350 Beats Studio 3 Wireless, the latest update to the Beats line to feature Apple’s superb W1 wireless chip as well as newly upgraded noise canceling. They work fantastically well with other Apple products — seamless syncing, stable Bluetooth connection, long battery life — but only with other Apple products. Try using them with a Google Pixel, a Chromebook, or a Windows PC, as I did, and you’ll find most of their strengths diminished. As my colleague Nilay Patel wrote recently, the future of headphones is shaping up to be a realm divided by the wireless tech that was once our liberator.

The big challenge of assessing the Beats Studio 3 is that they’re two fundamentally different pairs of headphones depending on whether you have them hooked up to an iPhone or an Android device. But before I get to those performance matters, let’s look at the universal aspects of comfort and design.

Whatever color of Beats headphones you choose, even the murdered-out black-on-black option, they’re still unmistakably Beats headphones. This over-ear Beats Studio 3 model shares an obvious design affinity with the smaller and less expensive on-ear Solo range, though it classes things up a little with matte rather than glossy finishes. In terms of materials, plastic rules supreme, as it always has done with Beats headphones. But take note: not all plastic gadgets are terrible, and the old reputation of Beats headphones for being poorly constructed exercises in selling crap through branding are long gone. As with the Solo 3 I reviewed last year, the Studio 3 provide decent build quality that should stand up to a reasonable amount of abuse.

The one major downside to the Studio 3 design is wind noise. Noise-canceling headphones are supposed to be all about ensuring tranquility and an escape from the world around you, but I found a consistent (and disruptive) wind noise coming in from the outside on windier days in London. The only solution to overcome this is to turn your head sideways, which may or may not be a viable option.

Close to the Studio 3’s $350 price are the $400 noise-canceling Bowers & Wilkins PX that I just reviewed and loved. The PX are vastly superior to these Beats cans when it comes to construction durability and quality of materials, but the Beats advantage is a collapsible design. You can fold the Studio 3s into themselves and tuck them into the nice, hard-wearing pouch that Beats provides. I find that setup a lot more portable and straightforward than the less flexible B&W alternative. But then Beats faces up to yet another formidable rival in the shape of the $350 Sony 1000XM2, the successor to the critically acclaimed 1000X. The 1000XM2 also collapse down, and they have a more rigid case, and they have superior noise canceling.

The Studio 3s have a cozy and comfortable feel and can be worn for extended listening sessions. Not everyone will love the way they make contact with the entire ear — the B&W PX, for instance, wrap snugly around the ear, making more contact with the head — but there’s a purpose behind this design choice. The Studio 3s have a ton of passive noise attenuation, which is to say that even when wearing them on your head without any tech being active, they do a good job muffling external sounds. This close contact also means they function a lot like simple ear muffs — which is brilliant in cold winters and kind of a nightmare in the summer heat.

If you’re comfortable with the greater intimacy of the Beats 3 design (and undaunted by visions of sweaty summer listening), there’s really very little to fault about these headphones’ fit. They don’t cause any uncomfortable hotspots of pressure at the top of the head, their headband is easily adjustable and doesn’t create unsightly divots in your hairstyle, and their weight of 260g (9oz) makes them effortlessly portable. I’m also a fan of the simple control scheme on the left ear cup: it has just three buttons, two for volume adjustment and one for pausing and skipping between tracks.

The W1 wireless chip is the hero and the villain of the Beats Studio 3 story. Without it, these headphones are at best a marginal upgrade over their predecessor. But with it, they join the ranks of wireless accessories that simply sing when plugged into the Apple ecosystem. Syncing with an iPhone? Instant. Syncing with an iMac? Close to instant. Playing back music from iTunes? You can remotely control it with the Studio 3. Because, of course, why wouldn’t things be so sweet and seamless?

But if you’re not a total Apple acolyte what you get is a fresh compendium of unnecessary headaches. I’ve been testing the Beats Studio 3 with my usual set of gear, which presently consists of a Pixel 2, a Chromebook Pixel 2, and a selection of Windows PCs alongside my iMac. With each non-Apple device, I had a hell of a time getting the Studio 3 to just show up as available for pairing in the Bluetooth menu. And, you know it, the actual pairing process was only successful about half the time.

The same iMac where iTunes operation is nice and straightforward with the Beats Studio 3 is also the stage of my great frustration when trying to listen to Spotify or Tidal. The Studio 3 controls default to iTunes, so more than once I’ve wanted to stop a Tidal track, pushed the button on the headphones, and launched iTunes instead. It’s like Apple is actively hostile to anyone not subscribing to its complete set of provided apps and services.

My biggest quarrel with the Beats Studio 3, though, comes with respect to their Bluetooth performance. There’s a Class 1 Bluetooth radio inside these headphones, which is the sort that consumes more power to ensure a stronger connection, but that meant nothing when I was using them with the Pixel 2. I had repeated and persistent dropouts while traveling with the Studio 3 on the London underground. I know for a fact the Pixel 2 is not the problem, because I used the same device with the Bowers & Wilkins PX, and I was impressed by just how far Google had advanced its Bluetooth performance over the original Pixel. The problem is simply that Apple doesn’t care to support this usage scenario. It wants you hooking up to iPhones and iPads, where the Studio 3 wireless connection is flawless. Another downside for wireless enthusiasts: the Beats Studio 3 don’t support advanced codecs like Qualcomm’s AptX HD, which is supported by the Bowers & Wilkins and Sony rivals to these headphones. It’s all Apple, and only Apple.

Battery life follows a similar trajectory to the above. It’s supposed to hit a satisfying 22 hours when connected to iOS devices with noise canceling on, or as high as 40 hours with the noise canceling disabled. I didn’t get anywhere near that with my Android devices, reaching probably 12 or 14 hours before needing to charge back up. Oh, and the joys of charging this Apple peripheral with a MicroUSB cable. Apple, the same company that haughtily declared the headphone jack obsolete on phones, persists in shipping Beats headphones with the decidedly retrograde MicroUSB port on them. Right now, I can use the same charger to refuel my MacBook Pro, Pixel 2, and Bowers & Wilkins PX, but if I actually went all in on Apple’s ecosystem, I’d need three different cables.

Sound quality is usually the all-important thing with headphones, but that’s not really the case with noise canceling sets. What you’re looking for with them is something that’s good enough, something that conveys and the emotion and the impact of the music without worrying too much about its purity or realism. Even the B&W PX, my current pick for best-sounding noise-canceling cans, feel quite harsh and less than optimal when listened to in a quiet environment. Within this context of low expectations, the Beats Studio 3 perform adequately.

I’d characterize the Studio 3 sound as bottom-heavy and quite bloated. It’s like the mid-range has sagged down into the bass, and a lot of tracks lose the refinement of their recording in the process. I’m especially unimpressed with the quality of female vocals, such as in Halsey’s “Heaven in Hiding.” There’s a lack of fullness and finesse, it’s all rather clumsy and brutish. But here’s the thing about that: most of the finesse that I care about wouldn’t be meaningfully detectable in a noisy environment anyway, so you can’t criticize Beats too heavily for its choice of tuning.

The thing I found pleasing about the Beats Studio 3 is that they still carried through the dynamism and emotive nature of the music. Listening to Kanye West’s Yeezus while commuting on the bus, I couldn’t help but feel like these headphones were designed specifically for that task. Hell, they probably were. If you’re into hip hop and heaving electronic bass lines, if you don’t care much for high-end extension and sparkling highs, these headphones will serve you well. I still consider the Bowers & Wilkins PX a clear leader in terms of sound quality and musicality among noise-canceling sets, but these Studio 3 cans hold their own rather decently. I actually find them more emotionally engaging than the Sony 1000XM2s, which may sound like sacrilege, because the Sonys have a more precise and composed tuning, but that’s just how I feel. (More on that in the Sony 1000XM2 review to come).

As to the Beats noise canceling, it’s fine, but it doesn’t rise above that. When you don’t have anything playing, it’s a distractingly loud white noise, though when you do it obviously disappears along with most other things in your environment. I think Sony has hands down the best and most effective noise canceling tech at the moment, and the Beats Studio 3 don’t really rival it. I can hear a lot more of the train noise on the London underground with the Beats headphones than I can with the Sony alternative. Even so, drowning out the hubbub of an open-plan office or some other simple task shy of taking a long-haul flight is no problem for the Beats cans.

The Beats Studio 3 are the most prominent example to date of a pair of headphones that is dependent on the ecosystem it’s in to perform at its best. I don’t like it, but I think this trend will continue and deepen over time as smart assistant integrations become more common and worthwhile things to have.

If all the gear in your life is made by Apple, these are an uncomplicated purchase decision. I’d buy the Studio 3 just for the W1 ease of wireless use, which really is the ultimate solution for the vast majority of our chronic Bluetooth connectivity problems.

If you happen to use an Android phone or a bunch of Windows PCs, the proposition becomes much trickier. Beats wins on practically none of the major parameters of comfort, design, or performance. It’s decent in all, but without the W1 augmentation, it’s a master of none. I can’t recommend the Studio 3 to anyone outside the Apple ecosystem, and that’s as uncomplicated as my recommendation for those within it.

Good Stuff

  • Satisfying bass thump
  • Collapsible design
  • Comfortable, cozy pads
  • Flawless operation with Apple devices

Bad Stuff

  • Battery life and Bluetooth suffer when not connected to Apple devices
  • Sound lacks refinement, vocals lack fullness
  • Competitors in same price bracket have more premium build
  • MicroUSB is an anachronism, especially in Apple ecosystem

Buy for $349.95 from AppleBuy for $349.99 from Best Buy

Sours: https://www.theverge.com/2017/10/25/16542656/beats-studio-3-wireless-headphones-review-noise-canceling
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Beats Studio3 Wireless review

The active noise cancelling headphone game has been run by Bose and Sony for a while now. But the Apple-owned Beats brand has a few pairs of active noise cancelling cans, too. Can the Beats Studio3 Wireless stack up to its competitors?

Editor’s note: this article was updated on April 23, 2021, to address other alternatives and include technical information.

Related: Best Beats Headphones

Who are the Beats Studio3 Wireless for?

  • Bass-heads should get these headphones. In other words, these are for die-hard Beats fans.
  • iPhone users who want to take advantage of the W1 chip features.

What’s it like to use the Beats Studio3 Wireless?

The headphones are made entirely of stiff plastic, though the matte finish feels good in the hand.

The Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones are made of soft, matte plastic, which is really smooth to the touch. They’re not as much of a fingerprint magnet as you might suspect, and the plush ear cups are nice. I can wear these for hours at a time before my ears begin to hurt, though the leatherette gets hot after a few hours. The same can’t be said of the headband: it’s made of a hard, grippy plastic that tugs on my hair.

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You can quickly compact the headphones for travel, and the headband is adjustable. The Studio3 Wireless feels stiff and you can feel the headphones stain against minor torsion. Luckily, they do come with a hardshell carrying case that I would recommend using if you decide to pick these up.

These have a few different buttons and, despite the symmetrical look of the headphones, they’re all located on the left side (save for the power button). Clicking the “b” logo on the left ear cup once will pause or play music, twice will skip to the next song, and three times will return to a previous song. You can also press and hold the button to access your phone’s smart assistant. Above and below the “b” logo is where you’ll find the volume up and volume down controls.

How do you connect the Beats Studio3 Wireless?

The button on the left ear cup is painfully and unapologetically plastic and sounds cheap every time you click the button.

The Beats Studio3 headphones support the SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs and have Class 1 Bluetooth and Apple’s very own W1 chip. If you’re in the Apple ecosystem, you’ll automatically be able to use them with all of your iCloud devices without needing to re-pair to them. If you’re on Android, you’ll have to pair the good old-fashioned way by opening up your Bluetooth settings, but even that is pretty seamless. Connection strength is also strong regardless of the operating system. I’m pretty sure it’s supposed to be better on iOS, for obvious reasons. Yet, roughly half of my testing was done on my Pixel 2XL, and I didn’t experience any annoying skips either, so that’s good at least.

Now I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that I watch a lot of YouTube, and the Studio3 Wireless offer no delay on both iOS and Android. I guess this sucks if you’re a huge fan of old kung-fu movies, but this is good news for the rest of us.

The connection strength was solid and there were no noticeable skips or issues on iOS or Android.

On the bottom of the left ear cup is the 3.5mm input, so you can plug in the included audio cable with a mic and remote. And before you ask, no, it doesn’t end in a lightning cable and, no, it doesn’t come with a dongle, which makes perfect sense. Moving over to the right ear cup, you’ll find that it looks exactly the same but does absolutely nothing. It’s just the logo. Under that, you’ll get the power button and five small LED lights that let you know roughly how much battery is left. Double-tapping the power button also lets you toggle the active noise cancelling on and off, so long as you’re on an iOS device. To toggle noise cancelling with an Android, you need to download the Beats app. Then at the very bottom is a micro USB port, which isn’t a USB Type-C because, reasons.

How’s the active noise cancelling performance?

Editor’s note: this review will soon be updated with an isolation chart.

Now, these are active noise cancelling, which is kind of the point of getting these headphones. You can turn the ANC on or off in two ways: one is by clicking the power button twice, and the other is in the actual Bluetooth settings app on iOS. On Android, you don’t have this option, but ANC can be toggled if you download the Beats app. The headphones by default always have the ANC on, and it adapts to the amount of sound going on around you.

Related: Best noise cancelling headphones

How long does the battery last?

Beats claims a battery life of 22 hours with active noise cancelling turned on and 40 hours without. For reference, Bose claims about 20 hours of constant playback on their QC35 headphones. In our testing here we got 10 hours, 12 minutes on 100% volume with ANC turned on, so it isn’t hard to see how you could push these well beyond the 22 hours unless you want to blow out your eardrums.

Do the Beats Studio3 Wireless sound good?

The only button on the right ear cup is the power button on the bottom, which also lets you turn off or on active noise cancelling if you double tap it.

Editor’s note: this review will soon be updated with a frequency response chart.

When it comes to headphones that I’m going to be using for hours at a time on plane rides and commutes, I want three things: comfort (which I already spoke about), battery life (which is pretty good), and sound quality. If I’m taking a 20-hour plane ride, chances are that I’m going to be staring wistfully out of the window at some point, reminiscing and listening to my favorite Bon Iver song, as we all do. At that point, sound quality becomes really important.

Lows, mids, and highs

Now, these headphones are notorious for favoring bass. The lower frequencies are heavily emphasized, to the detriment of basically everything else. The one example that I could point to, which demonstrates this perfectly, is the song Never Look Back by Slow Club which starts off with some slow finger snaps that get overtaken significantly when the bassline comes in. That really shouldn’t happen. The vocals that come in at about the same time also don’t benefit from the bump in bass. Besides just an overall lack of clarity in vocals, the underlying melody is given way more presence than it should have.

In typical Beats fashion, bass notes are amplified over all else.

So if you listen to the song, this will be easier to understand, but around 0:08 seconds in, the main melody comes in, which is a female vocal layered on top of another vocal singing that same melody at a lower register. With these headphones, that secondary melody is more or less equal in output to the main melody which, by definition of being a secondary melody, shouldn’t be the case.

The highs are hardly any better and feel like an afterthought. During the chorus of the song Hello Cruel Worldby Dent May, the cymbals are supposed to be rhythmic in the way that they overlap each other, but they end up sounding more like flat hi-hats with no decay.

Should you buy the Beats Studio3 Wireless?

Though the plush ear pads are comfortable, the grippy plastic on the bottom of the headband is annoying to wear.

I have a hard time recommending these. The Studio3 Wireless feel like they were haphazardly thrown together just to try and take a piece of the ANC market currently being ravaged by Bose and Sony. They offer sound significantly worse than both the QC35’s and the Sony WH-1000XM4, a build that feels like it’ll crack if you bend it too much, and, though the ANC is decent, it isn’t better than its alternatives.

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I’m usually a little more lenient with Beats products because I know they’re going to sell anyway, but the Studio3 Wireless are bad. For a pair of headphones named “Studio” you should never, ever, ever use these in the studio. Save your $350, you don’t need these.

Related: Best wireless Beats headphones

What should you get instead of the Beats Studio3 Wireless?

Beats Studio3 Wireless vs. Sony WH-1000XM4

The Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones are some of the very best ANC headphones in the business.

If you have $350 to spare on a pair of headphones, I definitely recommend you get the Sony WH-1000XM4 over the Beats Studio3. Their active noise cancelling performance is one of the very best available, they offer Bluetooth multipoint amongst other features, and their sound signature is much more accurate than the Studio3. If you want to save a bit of cash, go for the older Sony WH-1000XM3.

Related: Best Beats alternatives

What about the Apple AirPods Max?

The Apple AirPods Max don’t have folding hinges which is a bummer, but the ear cups do rotate 90 degrees to lie flat.

The Apple AirPods Max is even more expensive than the Beats Studio3 Wireless, but Apple’s debut ANC headphones come packed with advanced hardware and software. Each ear cup houses an H1 chip for maximum processing power, and the headset supports Spatial Audio, which is great for virtual media like movies and games. It isn’t perfect though, and you can read our in-depth review here.

Sours: https://www.soundguys.com/beats-studio3-wireless-review-16041/
Beats Studio 3 Review (2019) - The Best All Around Headphones

Beats Solo3 Wireless on-ear headphones immerse you in rich, award-winning sound, everywhere you want to go

Beats Solo3 Wireless on-ear headphones immerse you in rich, award-winning sound, everywhere you want to go

Designed for listening freedom

A sleek, streamlined, and foldable design, plus seamless setup via the Apple W1 chip, means these are durable and portable enough to stay on-the-move with you.

Up to 40 hours of listening time

With this much battery life, it’s the perfect everyday headphone, and on-ear cushion cups are made for hours of wear.

Power up with Fast Fuel

To get you back on track, use 5-minute Fast Fuel for 3 hours of playback when battery is low.

Take calls and take control

On-ear controls with dual beam-forming mics allow you to take calls, play music, adjust volume, and voice activate wherever your day takes you.

Designed for listening freedom

A sleek, streamlined, and foldable design, plus seamless setup via the Apple W1 chip, means these are durable and portable enough to stay on-the-move with you.

Up to 40 hours of listening time

With this much battery life, it’s the perfect everyday headphone, and on-ear cushion cups are made for hours of wear.

Power up with Fast Fuel

To get you back on track, use 5-minute Fast Fuel for 3 hours of playback when battery is low.

Take calls and take control

On-ear controls with dual beam-forming mics allow you to take calls, play music, adjust volume, and voice activate wherever your day takes you.

Designed for listening freedom

A sleek, streamlined, and foldable design, plus seamless setup via the Apple W1 chip, means these are durable and portable enough to stay on-the-move with you.

Up to 40 hours of listening time

With this much battery life, it’s the perfect everyday headphone, and on-ear cushion cups are made for hours of wear.

Power up with Fast Fuel

To get you back on track, use 5-minute Fast Fuel for 3 hours of playback when battery is low.

Take calls and take control

On-ear controls with dual beam-forming mics allow you to take calls, play music, adjust volume, and voice activate wherever your day takes you.

Sound

  • Fine-tuned acoustics for clarity and depth with noise isolation

Design

  • On-ear headphones
  • Adjustable fit with comfort-cushioned ear cups made for everyday use
  • Sleek, streamlined design that’s durable and foldable to go everywhere you do
  • Height: 7.8 in / 19.8 cm
  • Weight: 7.58 oz / 215 g

Connectivity

  • Class 1 Bluetooth® via the Apple W1 chip, providing seamless setup and switching for your Apple devices, with extended range and fewer dropouts
  • Wirelessly share audio such as songs, podcasts, or movies with Beats Solo3 Wireless and another set of Beats headphones or AirPods with Audio Sharing1
  • Micro USB port
  • Stereo Bluetooth®
  • Android compatible

Power

  • Up to 40 hours of battery life
  • Fast Fuel: A 5-minute charge provides 3 hours of playback
  • LED fuel gauge shows full or depleted charge level when plugged in, and full, low, or depleted charge level when not plugged in.
  • Charge via Micro-USB cable
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion

Controls

  • Take calls, control your music, and activate Siri2 with the multifunction on-ear controls (Requires iCloud account and macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3 or later versions)
  • Beamforming mic for optimal call clarity

In the box

  • Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones
  • Carrying Case
  • Universal USB charging cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B)
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Warranty Card

Sound

  • Fine-tuned acoustics for clarity and depth with noise isolation

Design

  • On-ear headphones
  • Adjustable fit with comfort-cushioned ear cups made for everyday use
  • Sleek, streamlined design that’s durable and foldable to go everywhere you do
  • Height: 7.8 in / 19.8 cm
  • Weight: 7.58 oz / 215 g

Connectivity

  • Class 1 Bluetooth® via the Apple W1 chip, providing seamless setup and switching for your Apple devices, with extended range and fewer dropouts
  • Wirelessly share audio such as songs, podcasts, or movies with Beats Solo3 Wireless and another set of Beats headphones or AirPods with Audio Sharing1
  • Micro USB port
  • Stereo Bluetooth®
  • Android compatible

Power

  • Up to 40 hours of battery life
  • Fast Fuel: A 5-minute charge provides 3 hours of playback
  • LED fuel gauge shows full or depleted charge level when plugged in, and full, low, or depleted charge level when not plugged in.
  • Charge via Micro-USB cable
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion

Controls

  • Take calls, control your music, and activate Siri2 with the multifunction on-ear controls (Requires iCloud account and macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3 or later versions)
  • Beamforming mic for optimal call clarity

In the box

  • Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones
  • Carrying Case
  • Universal USB charging cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B)
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Warranty Card

Sound

  • Fine-tuned acoustics for clarity and depth with noise isolation

Design

  • On-ear headphones
  • Adjustable fit with comfort-cushioned ear cups made for everyday use
  • Sleek, streamlined design that’s durable and foldable to go everywhere you do
  • Height: 7.8 in / 19.8 cm
  • Weight: 7.58 oz / 215 g

Connectivity

  • Class 1 Bluetooth® via the Apple W1 chip, providing seamless setup and switching for your Apple devices, with extended range and fewer dropouts
  • Wirelessly share audio such as songs, podcasts, or movies with Beats Solo3 Wireless and another set of Beats headphones or AirPods with Audio Sharing1
  • Micro USB port
  • Stereo Bluetooth®
  • Android compatible

Power

  • Up to 40 hours of battery life
  • Fast Fuel: A 5-minute charge provides 3 hours of playback
  • LED fuel gauge shows full or depleted charge level when plugged in, and full, low, or depleted charge level when not plugged in.
  • Charge via Micro-USB cable
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion

Controls

  • Take calls, control your music, and activate Siri2 with the multifunction on-ear controls (Requires iCloud account and macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3 or later versions)
  • Beamforming mic for optimal call clarity

In the box

  • Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones
  • Carrying Case
  • Universal USB charging cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B)
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Warranty Card

Stay up on
Solo³ Wireless

Stay up on
Solo³ Wireless

Stay up on
Solo³ Wireless

1 Compatible with all Apple W1 and H1 chip-enabled Beats headphones and AirPods. Works with iPhone 8 or later and iPod touch (7th generation) with the latest version of iOS; and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation or later), 11-inch iPad Pro, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, iPad (5th generation or later), iPad Air (3rd generation), and iPad mini (5th generation) with the latest version of iPadOS.

2 Siri may not be available in all languages or in all areas, and features may vary by area. Internet access is required. Cellular data charges may apply.

Sours: https://www.beatsbydre.com/headphones/solo3-wireless

Audio 3 beats

Beats Studio3 Wireless Over-Ear Noise Canceling Headphones

Description

Premium sound with fine-tuned acoustics and Pure ANC
Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones deliver a premium listening experience with Pure Active Noise Cancelling (Pure ANC). Beats’ Pure ANC actively blocks external noise and uses real-time audio calibration to preserve clarity, range and emotion. They continuously pinpoint external sounds to block while automatically responding to individual fit in real time, optimising sound output to preserve a premium listening experience the way artists intended.

Driven by the Apple W1 chip
Incorporating the efficient Apple W1 chip brings seamless setup and switching for your Apple devices,* up to 22 hours of battery life for all-day fully-featured playback with Pure ANC on, and Fast Fuel technology for 3 hours of play with a 10-minute charge. Pure ANC-off for low-power mode provides up to 40 hours of battery life.

Stay connected. Stay in the zone.
Take calls, skip songs, control volume and activate Siri using the convenient multi-function on-ear controls. The Apple W1 chip features Class 1 Bluetooth connectivity — the industry-leading classification for range and signal strength. With best-in-class performance, Beats Studio3 Wireless seamlessly syncs to your devices, so you can easily move about, keep the music going and stay productive all day.

Designed to fit you
The Beats Studio3 Wireless headphone is designed for long-term comfort to match its impressive battery life of up to 22 hours for all-day play. The soft over-ear cushions feature advanced venting and signature ergonomic pivoting for a custom, flexible fit for any head shape. The holistic design is lightweight, durable and comfortable, so you can get lost in your music.

*Requires iCloud account and macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3 or later

What’s in the Box
Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones
Carrying case
3.5mm RemoteTalk cable
Universal USB charging cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B)
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Card

Wireless

Designed without wires or cables and uses waves to carry the signal over part or all of the communication path

Noise Canceling

Reduces unwanted sounds using active noise control.

Built-In Microphone

Comes with a microphone that is used for recording
Sours: https://www.target.com/p/beats-studio3-wireless-over-ear-noise-canceling-headphones/-/A-52960608
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