Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphone - Titanium
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- Pair and play with your Bluetooth device with 30 foot range
- Dual-Mode Adaptive Noise Canceling
- 12 hour rechargeable battery with fuel gauge
- Take hands-free calls with built-in mic
- What's in the box: Beats Studio Wireless over-ear headphones, 3.5mm audio cable with RemoteTalk, 3.5 mm audio cable, USB 2.0 cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B),hard-shell carrying case with carabineer clip
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Beats by Dr. Dre
FEEL YOUR MUSIC
The Beats Acoustic Engine makes your listening experience personal and real. Our signature DSP software is designed to generate the emotional experience that some of the music industry’s greatest rock, hip-hop, pop, electronic, and R&B producers want you to feel. This is how music would sound if the artist could play it back for you in person.
PUT THE WORLD ON MUTE
Silence the noise from your daily commute or the drama from your loud neighbors with dual-mode Adaptive Noise Canceling. When you’re listening to music, ANC automatically strikes the perfect blend between your music and the world outside. If you only want to use the headphone to cancel external noise, the ANC only mode automatically increases the level of noise cancellation, to put the world on mute.
Dead batteries can kill your vibe. The new Beats Studio Wireless comes with a built-in rechargeable battery that lasts 12 hours when using wirelessly and 20 hours when you do decide to plug in. To prevent wasting energy, the Auto On/Off feature turns the headphone off when you unplug from a wired connection and with the Battery Fuel Gauge, you always know how much juice is left. Forget specialized adapters; the Studio Wireless can be charged via micro USB almost anywhere.
- Weight: 9.2 oz
- Height: 7.9 in
- Length of Cable: 4.6 ft
- Type of Jack: 3.5 mm
Beats by Dr. Dre (Beats), is a leading audio brand founded in 2006 by Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. Through its family of world-class consumer headphones, earphones, and speakers, Beats has introduced an entirely new generation to the possibilities of premium sound entertainment. The brand’s continued success helps bring the energy, emotion and excitement of playback in the recording studio back to the listening experience for music lovers worldwide. Beats was acquired by Apple Inc. in July 2014.
Top Customer Reviews
Since my family now owns both Bose QC25s (wife's in White/Khaki) and Beats Studio Wireless headsets (mine in Matte Black), I feel like I can finally write a completely informed review and comparison test between the two. I am also a headphone/earbud nut that owns the now defunct Logitech Ultimate Ears Active Noise Canceling UE9000s and eight decent quality earbuds and I have a brother that owns several products that I don't. I have spent weeks comparing and sampling many of these products so I can give you the best review that I'm capable of writing.
Testing procedure – while it's not scientific I spent a lot of time with these products listening to a wide array of music. I left the headsets on my head for hours on end while exercising, doing household chores and flying across the country on commercial airlines. Also, it took me two weeks to write this review as I continued to test and compare the Bose and Beats with a huge library of music that ranged from Eminem to Emmylou Harris.Read more ›
These are the new 2013 models and they are vastly improved over the previous editions. They are sturdier, look much better (the matte black make me look like a kid about to go to a rave or a DMX concert), the sound quality has been drastically improved (it's actually more balanced), and the Bluetooth wireless performance has been great for me with my iPhone 5 (iOS 7.0.4), iPad mini (iOS 7.0.4), and 2012 15" MacBook Pro (OS X 10.9.1).
I'll start with the design. Beats has implemented a design that hides all the screws. This means that they shouldn't be unscrewing themselves and falling out like the previous Studio model. Beats have retained the plastic-heavy design along with a thing headband pad but these look sleeker. They also don't stick out from the sides as much as the first Studio models. The inclusion of matte black (and even matte titanium) mean that everyday people can buy these. Beats still offers their standard glossy black color for the younger crowd. Fortunately, the obnoxious green, pink, yellow, and red colors are gone from the wireless Studio headphones. I'm OK with bright color and headphones but not for huge cans like these.Read more ›
Sound is great, and you get used to it very quickly.
But I am very disappointed by customer service and the way they constructed. After 1 month of *careful* usage, I saw 2 tiny cracks. During next month they became bigger and bigger, until it just broke.
So 2 months and $400 headphones are broken. Sound is till working, so Genius Bar (Apple support who is in charge now for Dre Beats) said they can't take it for service as this is "physical damage".
I don't know what is wrong with the construction of these headphone, maybe my head is just too big (joke), but customer service really disappointed me :(
So I had to glue it back and keep enjoying. But these are my (first and) last Beats headphones.
But when it comes to Bluetooth quality over the ear headphones, the options are not as numerous so it does make these a bit more sensible. Their main competitor is probably the bose ae2w and in comparing it to them, I enjoy the fit better, they don't have a silly mic extension sticking out and they sound better, noticeably better. It's still quite the hike up in price for them but again, if looking for a Bluetooth headset of some decent quality, it is easier to swallow that price hike.
I do like the case and accessories and was a big fan of the black matte finish. While they do feel solid, I do wish they weren't as plastic-ey as the are. For the price paid, they should have a more premium construction/look to them. I also was disappointed they don't multipair or have any sort of mutli device memory function. From what I can tell, you need to re-pair with devices each time when switching. The anc does produce a slight hiss and yes, it's not in the same stratosphere as the bose anc. But in this argument, I personally side with the quality sound of the beats over the anc of the bose. The parrot wireless model do sound better but that look and feel chased me away pretty quick, the fit was horrendous.
The big sell here is wireless. Had they not been, which the 300$ studio's are, they would not have held any personal appeal.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have to twist and turn the charger cord to get my beats to chargePublished 4 hours ago by Gerardo Velasquez
The look and feel are nice. BT works well. Noise canceling seems effective. The sound for high and midrange, is clean, well defined, but the bass is boomy and artificial... Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Mike Halpin
I'm so happy I found this deal. Absolutely in love with these would recommend but the only problem was the box has some damage. Read morePublished 1 day ago by stephanie
Have owned these head phones less than 6 months and used them less than 20 hours. The inner lining has separated and is exposing the foam behind the cover. Read morePublished 1 day ago by KDS
Beats Studio Bluetooth headphones that I ordered from Amazon Prime, came with a dent on the box corner; kinda fishy, so i opened them up... Read morePublished 1 day ago by vandog21