Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling On-Ear Headphones - Apple H1 Headphone Chip, Class 1 Bluetooth, Active Noise Cancelling, Transparency, 22 Hours of Listening Time - Dark Blue
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|Model Name||Beats Solo Pro|
|Form Factor||On Ear|
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- Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) blocks external noise
- Up to 22 hours of listening time (up to 40 hours with ANC and transparency turned off)
- Features the Apple H1 Headphone Chip and Class 1 Bluetooth for extended range and fewer dropouts
- Compatible with iOS and Android
- Built-in microphone allows hands-free controls via “Hey Siri” on iOS devices, and voice capability with the push of the b button on a variety of compatible devices
- High-performance wireless noise cancelling headphones
- Transparency helps you stay aware of your surroundings while listening
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|Item Dimensions||8 x 5 x 7.05 inches||5.16 x 3.74 x 7.44 inches||7.8 x 8.5 x 7.8 inches||8.3 x 7 x 3 inches|
|Item Weight||0.27 ounces||—||1.48 lbs||7.00 ounces|
|Special Features||Volume control, Android Phone Control, iOS Phone Control, Foldable, Microphone Feature, Noise Cancellation||Android Phone Control, Foldable, iOS Phone Control, Lightweight, Microphone Feature||iOS Phone Control, Microphone Feature||Volume control, Android Phone Control, iOS Phone Control, Microphone Feature, Microphone Included|
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From the manufacturer
Get inspired with Solo Pro Wireless Bluetooth noise cancelling headphones in black. 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 (up to 40 with Noise Cancelling and Transparency off), you can keep the music going no matter where your day takes you.
Compatible with Apple iOS and Android devices
Beats Solo Pro features the Apple H1 headphone chip, delivering a faster and more stable wireless connection to your device for extended range and fewer dropouts. The Apple H1 headphone chip is the same chipset leveraged in Apple Airpod Pros.
Hands-free controls via “Hey Siri” on iOS devices, and voice capability with the push of the b button on a variety of compatible devices
Advanced acoustics deliver powerful sound with balanced tonality
Up to 22 hours of listening time (up to 40 hours with Noise Cancelling and Transparency turned off)
Intuitively designed to power on and off when you unfold and fold them
What’s in the box
Solo Pro wireless headphones
Lightning to USB-A charging cable
Quick Start Guide
Apple H1 headphone Chip
Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth
Volume, track and call controls on the right ear cup
Mode button: Noise Cancelling/Transparency switching on the left ear cup
Dual beam-forming microphones
Height: 179mm /17.9cm
Weight: 9.42oz / 267g
Form factor: On-Ear
Power: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Solo Pro (single charge): Up to 22 hours of listening time
Fast Fuel: A 10-minute charge provides up to 3 hours of playback
Solo Pro with Noise Cancelling/Transparency turned off: Up to 40 hours of listening time
Product box uses 70% recycled fiber
Excluding the sleeve
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By John Dominic Fajardo on May 12, 2020
First, they sound great. Forget what Beats were like before Apple. These have a similar sound to Homepods and AirPod Pro’s: warm, clear but not shrill, with a little extra punch to the bass. I returned a set of Bose 700’s for these, which sounded muddy and dull in comparison (no highs, no lows, it must be Bose).
Second, they fit well. I have a medium-large head and these fit me comfortably. They are snug to be sure, but the only discomfort comes from wearing sunglasses with these, which is mild. I wear them for my 1-hour commute without issue, and even wear them in the office when I need to shut out the din.
Third, the ANC works well. These aren’t Bose-level ANC but it still easily handles the din of the city and the rumble of the bus. And I much prefer Apple’s to Bose’s approach here: a simple 3-way toggle between ANC, Transparency (which works great), and off.
Finally, the controls are great. Stealthy *physical* buttons (none of that touch surface crap) to easily control calls, music, volume, and ANC. On/off via folding to put in the case is a nice touch.
Where these lose a star:
- The controls are under one plasticky “Beats” logo panel, so track controls can be little fiddly.
- The wind noise in the earcups is a little much when walking around outside on a windy day.
- The carrying case is functional but underwhelming.
ANC is on par with Bose QC35ii. Not as good as Sony XM3, but that’s not really why you buy these headphones. These are out and about headphones — not lounging around headphones. ANC should be more than enough to drown out the gym noises.
Sound quality is on par with any other headphone in this price range. Very good, well balanced.
If these were $60, I'd consider them great, but for $300, they really don't live up to the expectation. I haven't yet decided if I like them enough to keep them, but I wouldn't really recommend them over something even as cheap as the Sony XB-400s since the sound quality is on a somewhat similar level, and the bass, comfort, and passive noise isolation on the XB-400s are all much better. The active noise cancellation and "Transparency" on Solo Pro are nice, but... probably not worth it on these ones.
I'm most likely returning these primarily on the comfort issues. If I position them *just right* I can handle wearing them for about two hours, but that's it. They're just too painful to wear compared to everything else I own, and with the Bose QuietComfort 35 II being similarly priced, these just don't make much sense to me.
I saw reviews that complain about not having a cord for the phone but I've never needed a cord before. I'm not sure if I like not having a power button but time will tell. 1st impression is that they sound very good to me.
Edit: After 2 weeks of having these headphones
Im gonna say that they are amazing
They still have great sound quality
And the fatigue has been coming a little rarely for me
After 2 hours i get a little pain
But i just take them off for 5 minutes and that lasts me another 2 hours
I just love these headphones
They are so worth it
Top reviews from other countries
Pros:+ New Apple chip performance + Noise cancelation on Solo family+ noise cancelation looking to be as good as AirPods Pro + Color is rich and gorgeous+ quality overall was improved on the Solo family+ Even More friendly on Apple ecosystems like Apple TV, MacBook etc , no need to download the Beats app, long lasting battery, case very pouchy and flexible if you travel,super fast charging.
Cons: - can’t wear them for too long ; more than 2 hours as it’s compressing my ears, the case is not great looking.
A must buy !