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Beats Wireless Headphones, Earphones, and Speakers

Always-ready wireless earphones

New - Beats Studio Buds

True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earphones

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency mode
  • Up to 8 hours of listening time with ANC off1
  • Compatible with Apple and Android

Limited Time Offer

$149.99 $129.99

New - Beats Studio Buds

True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earphones

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency mode
  • Up to 8 hours of listening time with ANC off1
  • Compatible with Apple and Android

Limited Time Offer

$149.99 $129.99

New - Beats Studio Buds

True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earphones

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency mode
  • Up to 8 hours of listening time with ANC off1
  • Compatible with Apple and Android

Limited Time Offer

$149.99$129.99

Beats Flex

Wireless earphones made for the way you live

  • Magnetic earbuds with Auto-Play/Pause
  • Powerful, precise sound
  • Up to 12 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$69.99

Beats Flex

Wireless earphones made for the way you live

  • Magnetic earbuds with Auto-Play/Pause
  • Powerful, precise sound
  • Up to 12 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$69.99

Beats Flex

Wireless earphones made for the way you live

  • Magnetic earbuds with Auto-Play/Pause
  • Powerful, precise sound
  • Up to 12 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$69.99

High‑performance wireless earphones

Powerbeats

Lightweight wireless earphones for all‑day activity

  • Up to 15 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Streamlined, round cable

$149.95

Powerbeats

Lightweight wireless earphones for all‑day activity

  • Up to 15 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Streamlined, round cable

$149.95

Powerbeats

Lightweight wireless earphones for all‑day activity

  • Up to 15 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Streamlined, round cable

$149.95

Powerbeats Pro

Totally wireless earphones built for performance

  • Up to 9 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Volume & track controls on each earbud

Limited Time Offer

$249.95 $199.95

Powerbeats Pro

Totally wireless earphones built for performance

  • Up to 9 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Volume & track controls on each earbud

Limited Time Offer

$249.95 $199.95

Powerbeats Pro

Totally wireless earphones built for performance

  • Up to 9 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Volume & track controls on each earbud

Limited Time Offer

$249.95$199.95

Everyday wireless on‑ear headphones

Solo Pro

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to stay inspired

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency Mode
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Integrated on-ear controls

$299.95

Solo Pro

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to stay inspired

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency Mode
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Integrated on-ear controls

$299.95

Solo Pro

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to stay inspired

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency Mode
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Integrated on-ear controls

$299.95

Beats Solo3 Wireless

Classic all‑day headphones

  • Up to 40 hours of listening time
  • Fast Fuel technology
  • On‑ear controls
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$199.95

Beats Solo3 Wireless

Classic all‑day headphones

  • Up to 40 hours of listening time
  • Fast Fuel technology
  • On‑ear controls
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$199.95

Beats Solo3 Wireless

Classic all‑day headphones

  • Up to 40 hours of listening time
  • Fast Fuel technology
  • On‑ear controls
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$199.95

Premium sound wireless over‑ear headphones

Beats Studio3 Wireless

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to block distractions

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®
  • On‑ear controls

$349.95

Beats Studio3 Wireless

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to block distractions

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®
  • On‑ear controls

$349.95

Beats Studio3 Wireless

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to block distractions

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®
  • On‑ear controls

$349.95

Beats EP

Wired headphones built for life

  • Durable, lightweight design
  • Adjustable vertical sliders
  • RemoteTalk cable

$129.95

Beats EP

Wired headphones built for life

  • Durable, lightweight design
  • Adjustable vertical sliders
  • RemoteTalk cable

$129.95

Beats EP

Wired headphones built for life

  • Durable, lightweight design
  • Adjustable vertical sliders
  • RemoteTalk cable

$129.95

Compact yet powerful wireless speaker

Beats Pill+

Portable wireless speaker

  • Up to 12 hours of play time
  • Defined, pure sound quality
  • Charge‑out USB port for powering devices

$179.95

Beats Pill+

Portable wireless speaker

  • Up to 12 hours of play time
  • Defined, pure sound quality
  • Charge‑out USB port for powering devices

$179.95

Beats Pill+

Portable wireless speaker

  • Up to 12 hours of play time
  • Defined, pure sound quality
  • Charge‑out USB port for powering devices

$179.95

1 Testing conducted by Apple in April 2021 using preproduction Beats Studio Buds and Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone 11 Pro Max units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding). Volume was set to 50% and Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency were turned off. Testing consisted of full Beats Studio Buds battery discharge while playing audio until the first Beats Studio Buds stopped playback. With Active Noise Cancellation turned on, listening time was up to 5 hours. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.

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Beats Solo Pro review

The Beats Solo Pro takes sound and design seriously—among the best beats headphones out there. These are the company’s first noise cancelling on-ears, and Beats hit it out of the park with one exception: comfort. Time to find out if it’s worth pushing past the pain for these otherwise exceptional on-ear headphones.

Editor’s note: this Beats Solo Pro review was updated on July 15, 2021, to include information about the Beats Studio Buds.

Who should get the Beats Solo Pro?

The ivory Beats Solo Pro looks sophisticated and modern.

  • iPhone users will get the most out of the Beats Solo Pro because of the H1 chip. This allows for hands-free access to Siri, immediate pairing, and greater power efficiency than when used with Android devices.
  • Fashion-forward listeners will turn heads at these headphones. Whether you go with a muted or vivid color palette, the physical design of the headset is clean and attractive.
  • Commuters should really get a pair of noise cancelling headphones, and you can easily travel with the Beats Solo Pro on-ear design.

What is it like to use the Beats Solo Pro?

The soft carrying pouch doesn’t do much to protect the headphones.

The Beats Solo Pro noise cancelling headset showcases a striking, mature appearance. The concealed hinges maintain a streamlined design, and the headband extension mechanism is nearly undetectable. Limited degrees of rotation are allowed in every direction. This design is meant to increase comfort by allowing the ear cups to rest along with the natural angle of your ears. Yet, it can’t negate the immense pressure placed on the head. After an hour of listening, it felt like I was removing an expensive clamp, rather than a pair of headphones. If you have glasses, comfortable listening time is halved.

Pressure from the headband makes the headphones uncomfortable after an hour of listening.

Just like a Thanksgiving turkey, these headphones are stuffed. A speech-detecting accelerometer works in tandem with the beam-forming microphones to detect when you’re speaking. Ideally, these technologies work to transmit just your voice and reduce background noise by combating sound caused by the movement of your head. Unfortunately, the microphone performance falls a little bit short of our expectations.

The Beats Solo Pro are some of the best Beats headphones to date.

The Beats Solo Pro is available in six colorways: light blue, dark blue, red, black, gray, and ivory. No matter which color you get, a soft zippered pouch and Lightning cable are included. Apple-owned Beats didn’t integrate a 3.5mm input. This makes sense seeing as Apple leads the charge in killing off the headphone jack. However, it’s a shame for Android users whose phones retain the auxiliary audio connection.

How to make commands and switch between listening modes

Android users need to hold the “b” logo down for a few seconds to access Google Assistant.

The left ear cup houses a new button for toggling between noise cancelling, transparency, and extended power mode. Transparency allows ambient noise in, so you can stay aware of your surroundings.

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In order to make playback or call controls, you have to press the right ear cup. This large, tactile button is easy to operate bare-handed or with gloves. Pressing the Beats logo acts as a multifunction command while pressing on the edge above or below the logo adjusts the volume. If you have an iPhone, you can just say, “Hey Siri,” for hands-free virtual assistant access. Google or Alexa users need to hold the “b” logo down for a few seconds.

Does the Beats Solo Pro have good noise cancelling?

Low-end attenuation is fantastic given that these are a pair of on-ear headphones.

In a departure from their early noise cancelling models, Beats hit the nail on the head with its on-ear ANC technology in the Beats Solo Pro. It uses real-time audio calibration to automatically adjust noise cancelling intensity. A big problem with on-ears is their inability to passively isolate listeners from their surroundings. If you can’t get a good seal with the headphones, ANC is usually a lost cause. The clamping force of the headset is so great, however, that a secure fit is easy to come by. Again, performance is at the expense of comfort.

See more: Best noise cancelling headphones

The chart above depicts just how well the Beats Solo Pro cancels noise. The higher up the line, the more those notes are attenuated. As you can see, even bass frequencies (everything left of 260Hz on the plot above) are blocked out by the Solo Pro. While this is quite good, it doesn’t with something like the Sony WH-1000XM4. On-ears don’t seal around your ears, so outside noise can still reach your eardrums through the gap between the headphone padding and the side of your head.

How do you connect the Beats Solo Pro?

Beats omitted a 3.5mm input. Your only option for connecting the headset is to go wireless.

Like the AirPods and Beats Powerbeats Pro, the Beats Solo Pro feature Apple’s latest H1 chipset. Upon unfolding the headset, pairing is instantaneous with iPhones. If you’re an Android user, you’ll still have to manually open your phone’s Bluetooth settings and select the Solo Pro. Once paired, the headset will automatically reconnect to the last used device when unfolded. The act of folding or unfolding the headphones acts as the power toggle, too.

These Class 1 Bluetooth 5.0 headphones support high-quality AAC streaming. Our testing indicates iPhone users will get the most out of this, as the codec’s performance on Android is unreliable. If you’re an Android user who wants optimal wireless audio quality, you’ll have to look elsewhere. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of great Beats alternatives.

iPhone users benefit from Apple's H1 chip in side of the Solo Pro.

To my dismay, these don’t support Bluetooth multipoint. Alternating between source devices requires manual intervention. It’s not a deal-breaker, but it is annoying given how expensive the headphones are. On the flipside, connection strength is excellent. I never experienced any connection stutters or skips during testing.

How to update the firmware

Anyone running iOS 10.3 or later will notice their Beats Solo Pro automatically updates, thanks to the integrated H1 chip. This same functionality is also afforded to W1 chip devices. For us Android users, however, we have to download the Beats updater for Windows. You must be running Windows 10, and it works for the following products: Solo Pro, Studio3 Wireless, Studio Wireless, Solo3 Wireless, Solo2 Wireless, Powerbeats3 Wireless, Powerbeats2 Wireless, Powerbeats Pro, Pill 2.0, Beats Pill Plus, and BeatsX.

How long does the battery last?

Beats claims a 22-hour battery life with noise cancelling turned on. We recorded nearly that, squeezing out 21 hours, 53 minutes of 75dB playback from a single charge. If you need more than that, you can get approximately 40 hours of battery life with noise cancelling and transparency mode turned off. Like other Beats products, the Beats Solo Pro supports Fast Fuel charging. By charging the Solo Pro via the included Lightning cable for 10 minutes, you get 180 minutes of juice. That’s enough for a round-trip work commute and then some.

What does the Beats Solo Pro sound like?

Sub-bass and upper midrange frequencies are the most emphasized, which is good for most pop and hip-hop.

As is typical of Beats headphones, the Solo Pro adopts a bass-heavy sound. The sub-bass is relayed twice as loud as fundamental vocal frequencies (~250-400Hz), which causes some noticeable “missing” notes in your music (see: auditory masking). Additionally, you can hear some string instrument resonances in spite of the exaggerated bass response.

Learn more: What is frequency response?

Despite being closed-back on-ears, the Beats Solo Pro does a fine job at rendering left-to-right audio pans. If you want to get the most out of their default sound: hip-hop, rap, and pop are the best genres to listen to. As discussed earlier, passive isolation is great. This enhances low-end reproduction and makes the active noise cancelling technology evermore effective.

Lows, mids, and highs

The Tones and I’s song Jimmy opens with a Db-Ab chord pattern to set the somber tone. Toni Watson enters after the second pass. The detail in her voice remains fairly clear until the first chorus at 0:34. Here, the clapping, bass line, and more aggressive piano chords mask Watson’s vocals. The words are still audible, but you don’t perceive the same sense of detail and slight vibrato as you do with more neutral-leaning sound signatures.

The Solo Pro emphasizes sub-bass notes the most.

Bass frequencies bode well for this song in particular as the extra low-note impact emphasizes the pained reminiscent feelings the song elicits from the listener. The final chorus (2:42) feels more effective in the immediate sense because of the emphatic bass reproduction. The low notes are produced even louder than the audio engineer intended which works to further underscore Watson’s forlorn, yet powerful tone.

How good is the microphone?

If there’s a downside to the Beats Solo Pro, it’s the microphone. The beam-forming mics led me to have high hopes for the microphone quality. Unfortunately, low-end attenuation is too great to accurately reproduce vocals. As illustrated by the demonstration below, my voice sounds muffled, distant, and outstandingly inaccurate. Put plainly, you’re best off using your smartphone’s microphone for both professional and personal calls.

Beats Solo Pro microphone demo:

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As of April 5, 2021, 508 readers have rated the above mic sample as somewhere between “bad” and “okay.” This is a below-average result for this kind of microphone system.

Beats Solo Pro vs Beats Solo3 Wireless

The plastic headband doesn’t seem able to withstand excessive bending before breaking.

The most obvious comparison we consumers are likely to make is between the Beats Solo Pro and Beats Solo3 Wireless on-ear headphones. The Solo3 Wireless is the Solo Pro’s senior and naturally has outdated hardware like the microUSB input and older W1 chip.

The biggest difference between the two headsets, though, is the Beats Solo Pro’s noise cancelling capabilities, compared to the Beats Solo3 Wireless which is only able to passively isolate you from external noise. If you happen to work in a noisy office or can’t stand subway din, the Solo Pro may be worth the extra few bucks. Then again, in order for the ANC to work effectively, Beats tightened up the clamping force; for something more comfortable with just as much style, the Solo3 may be a better fit.

The Beats Solo3 Wireless may have outdated hardware, but extended battery life and a 3.5mm headphone jack may be appealing to listeners.

Battery life is another reason you may want to pick up the Solo3 Wireless instead of the Beats Solo Pro. The antiquated Solo3 affords just over 45 hours of playtime on a single charge, while the Solo Pro provides just under 22 hours on a single charge with noise cancelling turned on. After you pass the 24-hour mark, it’s really a matter of diminishing returns, but the doubled battery life is impressive especially on such an old model.

See: Best on-ear headphones

Ultimately, the choice is yours, but for $200, the Beats Solo3 Wireless is an appealing alternative that actually has a headphone jack for wired listening.

Should you buy the Beats Solo Pro?

The button on the left ear cup lets you cycle through listening modes.

This is the best Beats Solo headset to date and is worth buying if you’re a Beats fan. Listeners who can pardon the microphone quality, expense, and comfort, will find the Beats Solo Pro an easy-to-love pair of daily headphones. For better or worse, discomfort is a necessary evil that enables such excellent noise cancelling.

If you decide to purchase the Beats Solo Pro, be sure to do a little research on various headphone vendors. Some retailers have very good warranties, while others have stellar customer service. We have a full explainer that runs through everything you need to know about the best places to buy headphones from.

All prices listed in USD unless otherwise specified. Prices may change over time, and vary by region. Unfortunately, we cannot list Amazon prices on the site, as they vary greatly by currency.

Alternatives to the Beats Solo Pro

If you’re not willing to sacrifice comfort for a slightly smaller build, the Sony WH-1000XM4, rather than the WH-1000XM3, are our go-to ANC headphones. You get plenty of features like Ambient Aware mode, touch controls, and granular EQ adjustments. By nature of Sony’s over-ear design, you’re bound to find WH-1000XM4 much more comfortable than the Beats Solo Pro.

See: Best wireless Beats headphones

Listeners who want something even more compact than the Solo Pro while remaining within the Beats family should consider the Beats Studio Buds. This set of true wireless noise cancelling earphones works just as well on Android as it does on iOS. While this is great for Android smartphone owners, it means that iPhone owners miss out on important features like automatic device switching and Spatial Audio. Still, this is a fine pair of earbuds for daily use if you appreciate the Beats design.

Should iPhone owners just get the Apple AirPods Max?

Inside the AirPods Max ear cups are two sensors for detecting when they are on your head.

The Apple AirPods Max is the company’s first set of over-ear headphones and it supports Spatial Audio, Transparency Mode, Adaptive EQ, hands-free access to Siri, and more thanks to the two integrated H1 chips. Each headphone houses a 40mm dynamic driver, and the headset connects seamlessly to other Apple devices associated with your iCloud account. The AirPods Max noise cancelling outperforms that of the Sony WH-1000XM4 and Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, which is quite a feat. Though we still wager that most consumers will be perfectly happy with almost all of the top-tier ANC headphones, and the extra cash saved.

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Sours: https://www.soundguys.com/beats-solo-pro-review-26938/
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Can they be used as a gaming headset?

Solo Pro can be used for mobile gaming in standard Bluetooth mode. A separate Lightning - 3.5mm cable is required to enable wired mode for optimal performance with minimal latency.

Is there an input for connecting to a non-bluetooth device?

The Lightning charge connector can be used to connect a standard, non-Bluetooth audio source. A separate Lightning - 3.5mm cable is required.

Do they go on or over the ear?

Solo Pro features an on-ear design.

How do you charge them?

Charge your Solo Pro by plugging the included Lightning cable into the port on the bottom of the right ear cup.

How do you turn them on and off?

Solo Pro will power on by unfolding the headband, and power off when folded.

Can you control your music?

Solo Pro features onboard controls built into the right ear cup. Use the ‘b’ button to control playback – one press to play or pause, two presses to skip forward, or three presses to skip backward. Using the volume rocker above and below the ‘b’ button to adjust the volume up or down.

How long does the battery last?

Solo Pro can provide up to 22 hours of playback with Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) enabled, or up to 40 hours with ANC disabled.

Do they have a microphone?

Solo Pro features dual beam-forming microphones and a speech-detecting accelerometer for excellent voice clarity.

How do I pair with my iPhone?

Solo Pro is ready to pair right out of the box. For iOS devices, simply unfold the headband, then hold near your unlocked device and follow the onscreen instructions. The latest version of iOS is required.

How do I pair with my Android device?

For Android devices, visit the Google Play store and download the Beats app for easy one-touch pairing. You can also use the Bluetooth menu in your device.

How do I pair with additional Bluetooth devices?

To put Solo Pro into pairing mode, hold the mode button on the left control module for 3 seconds until the LED begins to blink. Then select Solo Pro in the Bluetooth menu on your device.

How do I activate Siri or other voice assistants?

Hold down the ‘b’ button on the right ear cup to activate Siri or the default voice assistant on your device. For iOS devices, you can also simply say “Hey Siri”.

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/Beats-Wireless-Cancelling-Headphones-Listening/dp/B07YVYNM3N

Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling On-Ear Headphones

Specifications

Water Resistance: No Water Resistance Rating


Ear Cushion Material: ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)


Battery Charge Life: Up to 40 Hours


Estimated Charge Time: 1 hours


Connection Types: No Wired Connection Ports


Wireless Technology: Wireless


Noise Canceling: Noise Canceling


Microphone: Built-In Microphone


Battery: 1 Non-Universal Lithium Ion, Required, Included


Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869


Street Date: October 30, 2019


TCIN: 78668114


UPC: 190198723352


Item Number (DPCI): 008-07-1782


Origin: Imported


Description

Get inspired with Solo Pro wireless headphones. To deliver sound how you want it, Solo Pro features two listening modes: Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) and Transparency. Beats’ Pure ANC gives you the space to create with fully immersive sound, while Transparency helps you stay aware of your surroundings. Every detail of Solo Pro has been carefully considered, right down to the intuitive way the headphones turn on and off via folding. The ergonomic design delivers exceptional comfort for extended wear and sleek style. And with up to 22 hours of battery life, you can keep the music going no matter where your day takes you.

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
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