• 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Quality lacks. Expensive out of warranty repair.

    One of the ear cups came apart. Apple, according to their repair site says they will give me a new pair for $199. So that means I will have five hundred bucks invested into headphones. I'll take a risk on Bose-ridiculous repair program. I will buy again. But won't buy these. Hopefully people reading this will seriously consider different product.

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound, poor battery life

    When I charge the headphone to 5 bars and then i would use it for couple of hours. I normally turn off the power and then the next day, the battery was depleted and I would have recharge the headphone again and wait. Battery is the major problem for wireless.

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not durable

    Purchased these headphones for everyday use while listening to audio books. About 8 months of use and the left earpiece arm broke from they articulate to fold and store. A little more thought could be placed on durability of the marterials used in these important functions. If they were not made to be folded and on a daily basis then don't advertise they fold. I went to get them repaired, it turns out they do not cover physical damage. $400 headphones that can't be folded too much cause they will break from the articulation point. Great job Apple!

    7 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Just stopped working after 2.5 months

    I was running on the treadmill and they literally just stopped working. I cant get them to power on or recharge.

    7 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Dont waste your money they're gonna break down so fast

    These one if my favorite set but they but paying ober 300 for less than couple months not worth it when they break down so fast and then thats gonna be physical damage and you cant fix it

    12 of 13 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones, missing key feature

    These are the best sounding headphones i have ever owned, I would highly recommend them! However, they are missing one key feature and thats the ability to access siri while connected to bluetooth. With a firmware update this should be an easy fix. The"multi- function button" acts as a pause, play answer call etc button which is good. However, unlike the cord on headphones you cannot hold it down to access siri. Holding down the button disconnects the bluetooth. This becomes annoying when you want to request a song, it requires you to pullout your phone.

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    NOT noise cancelling

    I would think 3 times before buying these. They're nice but definitely not noise cancelling. Unless you turn the volumne all the way up. I can still hear the music from the gym playing and my boyfriend's snoring. Would not reccommend buying these.

    11 of 13 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Hurtful Beats

    I love my beats sound but they are not good for people that wear glasses they hurt my ears the way the foam around my ears push my ears onto my glasses my ears really hurt bad on the back and I paid a lot for them too :(

    13 of 16 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely amazing!

    The studio's are hands down the best headphones in the world. My only thing is that I wish they would allow you to customize the headphones however you'd like. I wouldn't mind paying more money to get a customize colored pair of headphones.

    4 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Poor bluetooth and poor balance

    Apart from the sound, the beats studio wireless headphone is a poor piece of equipment. It is not simple to get a bluetooth connection to different iPhones and iPad or laptop. No good instructions how to solve problems on internet and NO support from Dre/Apple. The second big problem I have is that right and left sound are NOT in balance so always hear music louder on one side. No way you can reset this and repair is as expensive as buying a new one. Now, I will never ever buy again a beats headphone or whatever.

    1 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Owner Both Solo3 & Powerbeats Wireless - neither lasted more than 3 months

    Both pairs began falling apart within 2-3 months max. They fall into disrepair quite rapidly. I spent, idk, approx $500 on these 2 pairs of headphones. Padding on solos was first thing to go, then the rest detiorated quickly. Earphone covers fell off. Plastic housing for electronics unglued. Currently, only L earphone plays sound. Powerbeats Wireless fall out of my ears constantly. Yes, I have big ears, but the way the plastic is molded is the real culprit. I've had these for less than 4 months. The electronic housing fell apart, and things just got worse. Audio in one ear only. Really bummed about these purchases. They kicked butt in the beginning, but their lifespan is unjustifiably short. Bluetooth and hands free phone capabilities were par for the course. I wish I could get new pairs, but I tried to superglue my solos back together (#fail). My Powerbeats can't be fixed. I became addicted to solos while they worked! The sound quality was terrific. Better than Bose's comparable models. Powerbeats were a beta testing project. They need major improvements. Help me Obi Wan Dre-Obi, money is too tight now (bc we had triplets!) so I can't buy another pair. Which I would consider after reviewing all the specs and audio/structural improvements made to them. But for now, I guess I'll just have to get used to listening to the symphonies of my babies crying. :-(. Sorry for the disses Dre and Co. You guys are some of my heroes.

    9 of 13 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Working out, travel, painting

    Though i've had an issue with hearing over the phone everything else is amazing. They're my second pair of wireless Beats (1st Space Grey now Beats Solo 3) and i'd never use any other headphones. Super loud and easy to carry.

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    They were good- for about 12 months

    I loved these headphones- the sound, the noise cancelling, the design.. I'm just disappointed that the happiness didn't last, guess it just wasn't meant to be. The right cup, where it meets the head band, it's cracking. Other headphones usually put a privet there, suppose specifically for this reason. I don't know how long until it falls completely off but I assume it to be soon- also, the faux leather padding is peeling like an old couch. I even attempted to super glue it back together D: I mean- $400 aud.. expected at least a 4 or 5 years out of them. I'm not mad- just disappointed. I have to save and break the bank all over again for something with the same sound and cancelling but can keep up with me.

    9 of 10 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Apple/Beats - Poor Quality Poor Durability

    Bought Beats Studio wireless at BestBuy a year ago...paid ~$400. Sound is great. Travel 4-5 days/week. 6 months after purchase, the leather covering ear piece separated, exposing foam on inside of headphones. 1 month later, the headphone band chipped then broke, and now I have 1" x 1" break exposing inner components of headband. Apple wants $150+ to repair, but I expect that durability will be the same...so no go. I'll wear them until they crumble to pieces - which should not be too long from now based on history...but they still sound great. When I replace, I'm headed back to Bose cause in addition to sound, quality is paramount and at $400...and I do NOT abuse them...they should last longer than a year.

    15 of 17 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Charger messed up

    I had my wireless beats for a little over 2 months and the battery suddenly stopped charging last week. I tried resetting them and it still won't charge. For how much they cost, I was expecting them to last more than 2 months and change. All my friends had bad terrible beat experiences. Shoulda listened to them. Smh

    12 of 14 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not worth the money

    I thought these Beats were the greatest thing in the world taking them out of the box. i used them for 10 months doing running, weight lifting etc, but nothing very damaging to the headphones at all. In no time the leather on the earpieces was peeling off. They now look terrible peeling off and the white is brownish. To fix they it would cost me 100$ plus shipping..

    7 of 14 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not too happy!!

    I have had my Studio Beats for about 2.5 months. Everything is fine except the plastic material covering the earphones are coming apart. I use them for travel and the gym. I cant use them now because it will only get worse. I am deployed and now have to wait another four months to send these back because my receipt and packaging are at home. I am very disappointed in the quality to have them come apart after using them for two months. The price is too high for this to be happening. Other than that, I love the way they sound, look and operate...but does me no good when I can not use them...Next time I will read more reviews to make my decision.

    13 of 18 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Studio Wireless

    These are the best HeadPhones I've ever used! They work perfect on Blue-Tooth and the battery life lasts a long time. I would suggest getting these because they are 100% worth the money. I think the reason the others are complaining is because they bought theirs from a bad place. Again, Great HeadPhones and I think you should buy them.

    8 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Poor quality, broke 1x/yr

    Be warned, these will cost you more in the long run. I invested in these as a tool for online school. I intentionally spent more than I needed to because I thought the overall value would be higher. At this price, I was expecting them to last 3-4 years with minimal/no quality issues. The first year the ear cups came apart at the seams and had to be sent in for repair, which takes 1-2 weeks turnaround. Being in an accelerated, online school program meant that this was more than just an inconvenience, it would impact my productivity. After communicating this, Apple did the right thing and replaced them that day and I figured all is well that ends well and was prepared to consider this an outlier. I was wrong. Less than 12 months later, the charging port came loose on the brand new pair (apparently a known issue, along with the fall-apart ear cups) and they wouldn't charge. Taking them in again, I was informed that any repair would be for cost ($150 up front regardless of the issue/cost to repair). They went by the original purchase date which meant that I was out of warranty and out of luck. So frustrating.

    Granted, this review is not for the customer service I received (which was above and beyond) but specifically for the headphones. At this point I went with another brand because the way I see it, I'm going to dump $150/yr into headphones on top of the inconvenience. I'm not the customer trying to scam apple for a new pair of headphones every year. I just expect that after paying $400 for headphones, the quality matches the price. Apparently we're all just paying for Apples' acquisition cost of Dr. Dre's brand name. Do yourself a favor and get some headphones that match quality with price.

    7 of 14 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Not worth the money

    Let me start by saying these headphones sound great, however I am giving them 2 stars because they are uncomfortable after about 40 minutes and the sound randomly cuts out when connected to bluetooth. My ears always hurt after using these for a longer period of time. I bought these to watch movies on my MacBook but the connection issue was annoying me so much that I am now back to using my apple headphones which sound almost as good as these beats. I have had these for almost a year now and am very disappointed.

    11 of 14 people found this useful