Yes, it is.
- Answered by Trevor K from Simcoe
- 4 Nov. 2019
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Yes, it is.
Based on what it says in the description, yes, you can use one ear or the other or both at the same time. Each headphone side has volume and track control. I would recommend checking to see if it is best for your phone to be in Mono-Audio mode, but it will likely take care of it for you when you are just using one, very similarly to the AirPods.
Nine hours without charging them.
Yes, they will perform well, with the new H1 chip, latency will be quite low for video Streaming.
Early reviews which only include minimal listening time state sound quality is better and quite amazing
Yes, I use my and I have not problem....!
Yes! They absolutely can.
9 hours each giving you 18 hours of music. I use them every single day from gym to work.
At around 6 pm or so I get the low battery notification.
Hope this helps.
Yeah. If you go to the Beats website, it says that you can use the controls on the earphones.
Are the Airpods significantly smaller?
The case is 3" Long x 3" Wide x 2" High.
Whether it fits in your pocket will depend on the size of your pocket.
It is significantly larger than the Airpods case.
I wear glasses and want to know if the Powerbeat Pro fits comfortably while wearing glasses.
Based on the pictures, they are actually smaller. But, it's going to really depend on what feels right to you. There are tech bloggers with YouTube videos up and one guy has them on with his thick arm sunglasses and say they feel fine. I wear my Powerbeats 2's & 3's with glasses and sunglasses just fine and they feel great. Since Powerbeats Pro are smaller, I imagine they are going to feel fine too. You should go try them on if you can.
Unfortunately not, the only iPod that will be compatible with the PowerBeats Pro will be the iPod touch 6th Gen. All other iPods unfortunately will not be compatible.
My Samsung TV Digital Audio Optical output is set to PDM. I am getting no sound over a SPIDIF to a
No, because each earbud was make for each ear, so that's not possible
using the wireless headphones at the maximum volume drains the battery faster, so what is the defaul
No I don't believe so but with the H1 chip, switching between devices is seamless so it shouldn't be too much of an issue. But to answer your question, no they can only be connected to one device at a time.