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Beats Studio 3 Wireless Headphones Review with Apple W1 Chip
Amazon Price: $349.95 (as of July 21, 2018 10:11 am –
Beats and Apple are modifying the method you pay attention to music with the Apple W1 chip in Beats Studio3 Wireless earphones. Consisting of the effective W1 chip brings smooth setup and changing for your Apple gadgets *, as much as 22 hours of battery life for all-day full-featured playback with Pure ANC on, and Quick Fuel innovation for 3 hours of have fun with a 10-minute charge. Pure ANC-off for low power mode materials roughly 40 hours of battery life. Beats by Dr. Dre is a leading audio brand name developed in 2006 by Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. Through its family of remarkable customer earphones, earphones, and speakers, Beats has in fact provided an entirely new generation to the possibilities of premium noise home entertainment.
I thought Beats were supposed to suck?
Just got the Studio 3s this week in Shadow Grey, ordered directly from Apple. For reference, I’ve been using the ATH-M50s for quite some time along with a pair of RHA MA 750i headphones. I’ve also owned a number of different headphones over the years from brands like Koss, Grado, Shure, & Sennheiser. I would not consider myself an audiophile, but I appreciate listening to music from good headphones. I have not owned a pair of high end wireless headphones (although I do have some cheap bluetooth buds I use at the gym). I’ve been testing these using an iPhone 6s+ and Spotify Premium.
Superb Bluetooth range, very comfortable, great audio quality, a top contender for sure!
I never thought I would purchase a set of Beats. Then I did. I’m not disappointed either!
Purchased through Apple but wanted to leave an honest review here
I bought these through Apple at a discounted price.. got them for around $260. As a frequent Amazon shopper, I wanted to leave a review here because, if you’re like me, you rely heavily on Amazon reviews before hitting that “Add to Cart” button on any website. I mostly use these headphones for gaming and listening to EDM music while I work on my computer. They are definitely the nicest pair of headphones I own, I went with the grey and gold version. Overall, I like them but I mostly like them for the $260 price that I bought them for.
Definitively improvement over Studio 2.0s
I bought the l Studio 2.0s when they first came out over two years ago. I honestly liked the sound quality and bass (not too overwhelming like first gen Beats) but wish at times I could turn off noise cancellation due to the constant hiss. Noise cancellation was useless especially on a plane. Ear pads on early 2.0s were way too soft and hurt my ears after a while.
The Beats Studio 3 are a welcome upgrade to the series
I wanted to start off this brief review by stating that I wear headphones almost my entire day at work. I have owned several Beats headphones in the past and currently own also the Beats Solo 3, Solo 2, Beats X, and PowerBeats 3 models. When I heard that the Studio Wireless headphones will be including the W1 chip in the new Studio 3 models, I wanted to buy it right away. I use the Solo 3 headphones each night and keep them on my nightstand, but my one complaint is that as a person who wears eyeglasses, the on ear design hurts my ears when wearing glasses after an hour or so and I have to take them off. I’ve now had the Studio 3 Wireless headphones for a couple weeks now and I can say that I can wear them an ENTIRE workday (8 hours) with my glasses on and experience no discomfort. The sound is excellent and having the W1 is just amazing. The battery life with ANC on and the range included with the technology make these head and shoulders better than previous models.
Tons more comfortable than Solo3
I had the solo 3 wireless previously. They would fall off my head and hurt my ears after about an hour. Not these! Love the over the ear fit! They don’t slide at the gym and fit great! I’m at the gym each time for 1.5 hours and they last a little over a week on a full charge. Not bad at all.
Average sound – great noise reduction
Got to say I love it. It’s soothing
Got to say I love it. It’s soothing. It’s light on your ears and best part your ear doesn’t get tired. The battery is impeccable. I am a professional musician myself and I tried the beats solo before- the noise cancellation feature is worth a million dollar. Not only does cancel the outside noise- it adds a little vibe to your ears too. It is better than Apple Airpods because it is one piece- you don’t have to take them out and put them in. Twist in your ears. I love those too for gym- I took one star away as it makes super sweaty during workout. The same reason I dumped solo three years back. But man this price is $100 below Apple store price. Amazon rocks- great pro deal on an amazing studio quality headphones. You hear the finest detail with the art and tech of this beautiful device. Also on solo I thought it was only for hip hop or house music. I listen everything from audible books to Bach to Queen to Metallica and World music on this. It hooks on my bed side.
Excellent Commuter Headpone
I’ve owned multiple high quality ear buds and headphones. I’ve never been convinced ANC headphones were needed. Just turn up the volume. I ride BART everyday and over the last few years the train system has become more crowded and the rails even more “screechy”. The average decibel level throughout the BART system has been documented at 100. Supposedly the same as a jackhammer. One cannot hold a conversation without shouting, or at least raising your voice and talking into the ear of the person you are trying to communicate with. The Beats Studio 3 passed this test with flying colors. I borrowed my sons Bose QC III’s last week and they were excellent. I was able to listen to classical music in virtual peace I came close to buying the QC’s. I changed up when I viewed multiple You Tube comparisons. I wanted the W1 chip and the pure compatibility with my IOs “eco-system”.l (Ok I drank the Apple kool-aid, but the stuff just works!) Cutting to the chase: the Beats ANC is just as good as the Bose QC’s, the Studio 3 is an excellent evolution in sound quality. I found the dynamic range to be more than acceptable. I listen to a variety of music, EDM, hip hop, folk, classical, jazz, r&b, blues….you get the picture. The controls are intuitive and easy to access. The dedicated IOs pairing is seamless and fast. The b/t range is amazing. The ANC shuts out almost everything. This morning, two teens were non-stop talking and shouting to each other during the entire ride into the city. I did not hear a thing. The ambient noise sensors seem to work. The ANC sensors does allow for just a tiny bit of the train operator’s PA voice to come through, a good feature if the train operator begins screaming “Fire!! Abandon ship!”. The most amazing thing, is the Beats ANC like the QC’s stifled the 100 decibel scream of the BART tracks. Can’t say enough about these cans. The charge should last a week assuming 1 hr each way for 5 days. They are perfect for the daily train or plane commuter who desires freedom from NOISE! The cost has also been reduced to a price point which makes more sense. Hope Bose reduces the $$ on the mildly overpriced QC IIIs. Btw, good to check the headphones for authenticity, just in case the vendor on Amazon pulls a fast one.
Just got these and so far they are pretty great. The noise cancelling feature works so well …
I decided to invest in a decent pair of noise cancelling headphones to protect my hearing from the onslaught of eardrum busting noise that occurs during my daily commute. Between harsh noises of riding the subway and jackhammer poundings when passing construction sites, I couldn’t hear anything on my old pair of headphones without turning the volume way up. I figured I must be doing some serious damage to hearing. Just got these and so far they are pretty great. The noise cancelling feature works so well when I am on the crazy loud subway. I can finally tone down the sound of screeching train wheels and still listen to podcasts are music. The overall sound quality, whether or not the noise cancelling features is on or off is very good too. I am no audiophile so I can’t make claims about superior sound when I listening to music on them, but everything I have listened to on these sounds a lot crisper and cleaner than with my previous $40 pair of wireless headphones.