Beats Solo2 Wireless On-Ear Headphones - Black

  • Overview

    Wireless freedom

    Unplug your Beats Solo2 Wireless headphones, pair with your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, the new Apple TV, or iPod and move freely for up to 30 feet of wireless listening. Take hands-free calls with the built-in mic, and use the on-ear controls to adjust your listening experience without reaching for your iPhone. Stay unplugged all day thanks to the 12-hour rechargeable battery. The illuminated LED fuel gauge on the headphone lets you know when it’s time to recharge.

    Fine-tuned acoustics

    Immerse yourself in an emotional sound experience. The Solo2 Wireless has a dynamic and wide range of sound with a natural clarity. The earcup padding buffers outside noise, bringing you closer to what the artist intended you to hear. Regardless of what kind of music you’re into, you'll feel the crisp, balanced sound in your Solo2 Wireless.

    Made for life on the go

    The Solo2 Wireless headphone’s durable housing and compact, foldable design make it the ultimate on-the-go accessory. Whether you’re on the subway, dancing in your living room, or at your desk, you won’t have to worry about getting tangled up in cords. Plus, if you run out of power, plug in for unlimited wired listening.

    Custom comfort

    Starting at the center of the flexible headband, the frame of the Solo2 Wireless has a one-of-a-kind curve that gives it a custom-fit feeling. The headphone’s fast flowing curves, lack of visible screws, and pivoting earcups complete this natural fit, ergonomically designed for optimal comfort and sound delivery.

    Highlights

    Pair and play wirelessly with iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or iPod

    Up to 30 foot Bluetooth range

    Fine-tuned acoustics for clarity, breadth, and balance

    12-hour rechargeable battery with Fuel Gauge to indicate charge level

    Built-in mic and on-ear controls for taking calls and controlling music

    Durable and compact folding design for easy portability

    Did you notice?

    Built-in mic and on-ear controls put taking calls and controlling audio at your fingertips.

    Apple Recommends For

    Wirelessly hearing all the music on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or iPod the way the artist intended.

    What’s in the Box?

    Beats by Dr. Dre Solo2 Wireless Headphones

    Carrying case

    RemoteTalk cable

    USB 2.0 charging cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B)

    Quick start guide

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: Bluetooth, Foldable, With Remote and Mic, Wireless

    Form Factor: On Ear

    Connections: Bluetooth, Wireless

    Power Source: Battery Power

    Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion

    Height: 7.8 in./19.8 cm

    Weight: 7.58 oz./215 g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: MHNG2

    UPC or EAN No.: 848447021161

    Warranty

    Warranty: One-year limited

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  • 3.0 Average
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    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Solo2 VS Solo2 Wireless (Which One To Buy)

      Solo2 Wired VS Solo2 Wireless. I found that both models are completely the same in terms of Design, Features & Sound. The only difference between both models is Solo2 Wired VS Solo2 Wireless. I found that both models are completely the same in terms of Design, Features & Sound. The only difference between both models is that one is Wireless and the other is Wired. If you do decide to get the Wireless version you will get about 12 hours of battery life which is pretty good. On the other hand with the Solo2 wired version you don't have to worry about that. Now when we compare both in terms of price the Solo2 Wired $199 Solo2 Wireless $299 so your basically paying $100 for the Wireless feature. Is it necessary? I would say no, since for $300 you could just buy the Studios which have better sound and better bass as well. My final thoughts is that its not worth paying $100 more just for the Wireless feature when you could save those $100 and get the wired edition for $199. If the wireless Solo2 would retail for $249 then it will be a better deal. Hope this helps

      • Written by Eduardo P from Santa Ana

      207 of 289 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Solo2 VS Solo2 Wireless (Which One To Buy)

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      For music they are fine, for phone forget it.

      Let me keep this short and sweet. For listening to audio sources (music, podcasts), etc. They sound great. I enjoy a more "bass" sound to my music so I have n Let me keep this short and sweet. For listening to audio sources (music, podcasts), etc. They sound great. I enjoy a more "bass" sound to my music so I have never minded Beats leaning toward that type of sound in their products. Beats has even fixed the BT audio lag issue when watching video that affects the PowerBeats 2 BT earbuds. However, that being said, if you connect these headphones via BT to your iPhone, you will be disappointed. First, activating Voice recognition (activating Siri) in wireless mode is not possible. So if you rely on Siri (and I do) using these headphones, you have to pull out your phone and activate her through the phone. A fail for a wireless device. It should be noted that you can activate Siri with the wired connection. Second, don't expect to have any decent phone call with these headphones. The mic is extremely weak and people on other end can't hear me unless I raise my voice to rather uncomfortable levels even in relatively low noise environments.

      • Written by Gerald G from Whitestone

      114 of 175 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?For music they are fine, for phone forget it.

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      great headphones!!

      The sound quality is just what you would expect from beats. I've been crossing around the house with them on from room to room and the sound quality was the sam The sound quality is just what you would expect from beats. I've been crossing around the house with them on from room to room and the sound quality was the same with and without the cable.

      • Written by mishary a from Miami

      68 of 87 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?great headphones!!

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Gone through 3 pairs of these awful headphones.

      My first pair the charger stopped working within a couple of months of having them. Got these replaced. My second pair the audio stopped playing through one ear My first pair the charger stopped working within a couple of months of having them. Got these replaced. My second pair the audio stopped playing through one ear, again within a couple of months. Got them replaced again. The third pair broke when I was taking them off. The plastic just snapped under minimal force. Out of warranty now though, so I guess I'll try and find some headphones that aren't cursed like these ones clearly were.

      • Written by owen W from Auckland

      Is this review useful?Gone through 3 pairs of these awful headphones.

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      They can't hear me at the other end!

      I bought the powerbeats2 wireless, it works fine on my blackberry....but when connected to my iphone and i make a call, i cant be heard at the other end! Please I bought the powerbeats2 wireless, it works fine on my blackberry....but when connected to my iphone and i make a call, i cant be heard at the other end! Please what can i do to adjust this. I primarily bought this for my iphone an dit wont work with it!

      • Written by Obawemimo A from London

      0 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?They can't hear me at the other end!

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Unable to Sync

      Apple rumored to be doing "away" with headphone jack. Well....unable to sync wireless (Apple = Beats) headphones to iPhone 6+ (software up to date) or to my i Apple rumored to be doing "away" with headphone jack. Well....unable to sync wireless (Apple = Beats) headphones to iPhone 6+ (software up to date) or to my iPad. Numerous attempts - very frustrating. So "plugged" in my Klipsch headset. Very frustrating when you want to listen to some music & the Bluetooth option doesn't function. Till Apple has this option "PERFECTED" don't limit our options. Just my 2 cents

      • Written by James B from Winnipeg

      3 of 8 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Unable to Sync

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