Beats Studio3 Wireless Over‑Ear Headphones - Matte Black

  • ₱18,990.00
  • Color - Matte Black
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Watch Beats Studio³ Wireless Product Demo

Beats Studio³ Wireless Product Demo

Beats Studio³ Wireless Product Demo

Music: Chill Hip-Hop

[INSTRUMENTAL CHILL BEATS MUSIC PLAYS]

[Visual of the white headphones with gold trim, slowly floating to the centre, coming into frame against a black screen]

THIS IS BEATS STUDIO³ WIRELESS

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HEAR THE MUSIC. NOT THE NOISE.

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PURE ADAPTIVE
NOISE CANCELLING

[CHILL HIP HOP MUSIC PLAYS]

[Cut to a close-up of the headphones rolling in the screen, revealing beats logo in gold]

UP TO 22 HOURS
OF BATTERY LIFE

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  • Overview

    Premium sound with fine-tuned acoustics and Pure ANC

    Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones deliver a premium listening experience with Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling (Pure ANC) to actively block external noise, and real-time audio calibration to preserve clarity, range and emotion. It continuously pinpoints external sounds to block while automatically responding to individual fit in real-time, optimizing sound output to preserve a premium listening experience the way artists intended.

    Driven by the Apple W1 chip

    Beats and Apple are changing the way you listen to music with the Apple W1 chip in Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones. Incorporating the efficient W1 chip brings seamless setup and switching for your Apple devices,* up to 22 hours of battery life for all-day fully-featured playback with Pure ANC on, and Fast Fuel technology for 3 hours of play with a 10-minute charge. Pure ANC-off for low power mode provides up to 40 hours of battery life.

    *Requires iCloud account and macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3 or later versions

    Stay connected. Stay in the zone.

    Take calls, skip songs, control your volume and activate Siri using the convenient multi-function on-ear controls. The Apple W1 chip offers Class 1 Bluetooth® connectivity to seamlessly sync to your devices, so you can easily move about, keep the music going and stay productive all day.

    Designed to fit you

    The Beats Studio3 Wireless headphone is designed for long-term comfort to match its impressive battery life of up to 22 hours for all-day play. The soft over-ear cushions feature advanced venting and signature ergonomic pivoting for a custom, flexible fit for any head shape. The holistic design is lightweight, durable and comfortable, so you can get lost in your music.

    Highlights

    Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling (Pure ANC) actively blocks external noise

    Real-time audio calibration preserves a premium listening experience

    Up to 22 hours of battery life enables fully-featured all-day wireless playback

    Apple W1 chip for Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth® connectivity and battery efficiency

    With Fast Fuel, a 10-minute charge gives 3 hours of play when battery is low

    Pure ANC-off for low power mode provides up to 40 hours of battery life

    Take calls, control music and activate Siri with multifunction on-ear controls

    Soft over-ear cushions for extended comfort and added noise isolation

    What’s in the Box

    Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones

    Carrying case

    3.5mm RemoteTalk cable

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

    Quick Start Guide 

    Warranty Card

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: Active Noise Cancelling, Foldable, With Remote and Mic, Inline Volume Control, Noise Isolation, Stereo Bluetooth, Wireless

    Form Factor: Over ear

    Connections: Bluetooth, Wireless

    Bluetooth Compatibility: Bluetooth 4.0

    Power Source: Battery power

    Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium Ion

    Height: 7.2 in./18.4 cm

    Weight: 9.17 oz./260g

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  • 3.5 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Better than Bose

      I already owned the Bose QC35 when getting these, so here is my comparison between the two: - The Beats offer far greater wireless range and stability along I already owned the Bose QC35 when getting these, so here is my comparison between the two: - The Beats offer far greater wireless range and stability along with easier pairing and switching between devices. - They both have similar battery life with ANC turned on (~20 hours) but the beats offer 20 additional hours with ANC off. - The sound profile is different between the two, but they both sound great. - The ANC is good on both headphones. In my experience the QC35's ANC is eliminating more noise immediately after being turned on, while the Beats ANC is supposed to be adaptive. - They both have similar controls on the headset but Beats also allow you to toggle ANC on and off. - You configure the Bose headphones through an app. The Beats are completely integrated with iOS like the AirPods. - Both have similar build quality. The Beats look better but The QC35's offer slightly better comfort. I noticed some ear/top of head pressure with the Beats. In short: I prefer the Beats.

      • Written by Lasse Hammer P from Brabrand

      310 of 342 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Better than Bose

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Really Good! The battery is amazing

      Ive had mine just over 4 days, I have not charged it yet and I have been using it for atleast 7 hours a day. im still got two bars/dots of charge left.

      • Written by Saieed A from london

      114 of 122 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Really Good! The battery is amazing

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Great sound with some mismatched accessories.

      For reference, I own Bose QC35, Sony MDR-1000x and the new Beats Studio3 (I just sold a gen 2 Studio Pro) and I sit on the living room floor, entertaining my wi For reference, I own Bose QC35, Sony MDR-1000x and the new Beats Studio3 (I just sold a gen 2 Studio Pro) and I sit on the living room floor, entertaining my wife with testing and comparing these headphones. The new Beats (after a long break in) sound pretty much like the gen 2’s but the ANC actually works. It’s not as good as the Bose or the Sony but it’s pretty good in most environments. Personally, I think the Beats has the best sounds for the wide variety of music that I listen to and I do like a lot of bass to come through in my home and mobile audio set ups. Since I like the sound of the Beats the most, I can give up a little ANC here and there. One of my tests is vacuuming the floors. In the past, I could never use my beats, I’d have to use the Bose QC’s but now, I can use the Studio3! They are 85% of the Bose but close enough to listen to music with the vac wailing away. Something I find maddening is that Beats provides us with a headphone cord that has a 90º angle where it plugs into the source. Well, since we have to use the idiotic lightning to 3.5mm dongle with the 90º plug the two shapes fight with each other (SJ could have never allowed such a mismatch!) To solve it, I got a straight cord, with iPhone controls from another retailer. Another irritant is that there is barely enough room in the egg shell case to hold a charging and 3.5mm cord. All my other headphones come with some form of cable management pocket, not the Beats (old or new versions). I was hoping that they would add that. I do like the fast fuel, it works as promised. Another dislike is the depth of the ear cups. They are so shallow that my small ears touch the inside! Back to the sound, it’s rich and full with deep, but not ridiculous, bass. I could go on and on but if you like the sound profile of the Beats, get the Studio3. The ANC actually works this time around!!

      • Written by Kennard Y from Apison

      110 of 124 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great sound with some mismatched accessories.

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Good Headphones, not worth the price tag

      These headphones have a good battery life and are nicely designed aesthetically. The Active Noise Cancelling works well however its not worth the high price. Th These headphones have a good battery life and are nicely designed aesthetically. The Active Noise Cancelling works well however its not worth the high price. The sound quality is average, it still uses a micro usb to charge, you can't skip songs from the headphones and the build quality seems a bit flimsy. I got them free with a recent purchase of a MacBook but would otherwise not spend £300 on these headphones when there are better cheaper alternatives from the likes of Sony, Bose and Sennheiser.

      • Written by Blair F from Edinburgh

      0 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Good Headphones, not worth the price tag

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Great design but rubbish specs

      Great design, but they're made of plastic, use Micro USB, not USB C or even Lightning, the sound quality is ok, worth £50 not £320, Sony and Bose have much bett Great design, but they're made of plastic, use Micro USB, not USB C or even Lightning, the sound quality is ok, worth £50 not £320, Sony and Bose have much better sound quality, these have the least active noise cancellation volume and quality in the industry. But of course we all buy this for the great design, they have very slow speed and unreliable W1 pairing, sometimes they won't even connect via bluetooth until I restart them a few times, every time I connect I have to switch from their microphone to my MacBook's one for less noise cancelling fuzzy interference like noise, I would get the Surface Headphones because they are aluminium, have better sound quality, noise cancellation, they have two rings to change the volume of sounds and percentage noise cancellation, with a similar great design. The problem with Sony and Bose would be they don't look very nice, that's why I got Beats, I wouldn't get them again though, I'd go with the Surface headphones but they don't pair with Xbox by the way if you have one, don't consider that a factor.

      • Written by Oliver F from Douglas

      Is this review useful?Great design but rubbish specs

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Good Purchase for Apple Ecosystem People

      Pro: As an exclusive Apple product user, these make the best over-ear headphones. The W1 chip makes it fast and seamless to switch between listening to my iPho Pro: As an exclusive Apple product user, these make the best over-ear headphones. The W1 chip makes it fast and seamless to switch between listening to my iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac or AppleTV. Especially handy when I have to take a call. They're also comfortable for extended use. On calls, people tell me the mic is crystal clear. Music audio quality is very high unless you're a seriously refined audiophile. Con: My first pair stopped working in a few weeks, which Apple promptly replaced. At 8 months of use, the over-ear cushion surface started to flake, and less importantly, D-ring that attaches the case to a belt/bag broke. Was able to get aftermarket replacement parts easily for ~US$33 total, but as someone who handles possessions w/care, I'd expect better from Apple on initial quality.

      • Written by John B from College Station

      Is this review useful?Good Purchase for Apple Ecosystem People

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