• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Low Quality Product

    • Written by Jatin P from Windsor

    The headphones broke from one side just after the end of Warranty period. No accident or nothing. Just felt loose while running and broke.

    0 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than AirPods!

    • Written by Eric E from Forest Hills

    If you want some quality headphones that don't get lost easily, get the Beats Studio3. I switched to these from AirPods recently and I don't regret it at all. The sound quality is amazing, the fit is very comfortable, and the noise cancellation abilities are unbelievable (minus some dropouts near wind and ANC not being able to overtake concert speakers). These headphones are what you desire from the AirPods and more. They are a lot more pricey, but that does not matter. Get these over the AirPods and immerse yourself in the best listening experience possible.

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    best headphones

    • Written by Prashanth G from Cupertino

    Best head phones, very happy with the purchase.

    5 of 6 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    disapointing quality

    • Written by Simon L from Ottawa


    very easy to pair with iphone.
    Battery life is amazing with the ANC off


    Terrible sound quality for the price.
    Annoying hissing with ANC on. It's unacceptably loud.
    ANC is on every time the headphones power up and going into settings to turn it off every time is annoying,
    The hinges are very flimsy and overall build quality isn't very good.

    This is my first pair of beats and compared to my Logitech G230 or my Bose Quiet Comfort 3 (very old set that still works) the sound quality is terrible. I wanted to go wireless but I regret getting these.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    These sound amazing

    • Written by Noah W from New Ulm

    I was going around the internet trying to find a good pair of headphones to use everyday, I tried everything from $200 headsets, to $500 headsets.Nothing was doing it for me, but then I ran into someone wearing a pair of beats studio 2, and I asked him what kind of headphones he was wearing he of course said beats studio 2, so I went online and saw that there was a newer pair and I decided to get them I was nervous at first since I was trusting too many of the reviews that I had seen for them. but now I know that they were all wrong there may be somethings wrong but nothing major. I've had them for two months now and I can't stop listening to them even for a short period of time they just sound too good, at first I thought the sound was kind of poor, but I stuck with it and I'm glad that I did they now sound to me like I'm hearing the song in person which is great to me. If your wondering if you should get yourself a pair I say go for it they may be 350 but it will be worth it trust me. and if you end up not liking them you can always return them but that shouldn't have to happen. in my experience anyway

    I would rate this headset 10/10

    9 of 9 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    goo headphones but...

    • Written by luis B from mtl

    Honestly, very shocked at how good these headphones were at first; really good sound (especially for bass heavy music) and super comfortable. However, I have a very sudden pain in my left year every time I use them. I think it's the noise cancelling that puts out a signal that just really screws with my left year. Will try to use them without noise cancellation and hopefully the pain stops.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I take it everywhere

    • Written by Brian S from DUBLIN

    I can not leave the house without taking my SOLO 3 in my backpack. So that I can listen to my music and tune the rest out. I've tried some of the best of the other brands headphones. But as soon as I put my new BEATS SOLO 3 headphones on I am pleased as ever in my investment, right on man.

    6 of 9 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best one

    • Written by Steven D from 滨州

    Super cool one and best one

    5 of 8 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The Best Headphones Ever

    • Written by Ed Y from 杭州

    Best One So Far

    33 of 46 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Brilliant! 9/10

    • Written by Umair A from Faisal Town

    Short background, I first came across Beats in 2008, roughly around the time when they were affiliated with Monster and made flashy/weirdly plastic-y headphones. Wasn't a big fan. My first pair of Beats were the in-ear model from 2010-11, they came free with Beats' partnership with HTC's Sensation XL. Sounded great, but a little too bassy. I bought the UrBeats next, in 2014. By now the build quality had improved greatly and so had the sound signature. It was much clearer than what I remembered the Beats to be. This summer, after 6 months of back and forth, after trying the entire Sony/Bose range of similarly priced headphones, I purchased these Decade Collection Studios.. long story short; I made the right choice.

    Why these headphones are a win in the $350-450 category is because of how good they are all around. Sony's rival to the Studios, the 1000XM2's weren't very comfortable to the ears in my testing. My ears got sweaty, the bass thump was a little annoying, and the sound of the headphone seemed extremely closed compared to the Studios, despite them both being Closed back headphones. In terms of sound quality, the absolute winner of this range would be the Bowers & Wilkins PX, but it has its own cons, i.e. a $100 more expensive, plus, again, on the more uncomfortable side. Ear cushioning on the Beats studios, and the way it channels air in is by far the best I have tested, only behind the Bose QC 35's. The Drawback on the QC 35's is that, Bose' sound signature has always been more natural, towards the flat side, not making it nearly as fun to listen to as the vibrant sound signature of the Studios.

    Weird Fact, don't know if I'm the only one, but when I purchased these and heard them the first 2-3 times, they sounded a bit flat to me. I found myself tweaking the equaliser much more than I liked. However, after 3 4 long listening sessions, the sound quality has changed quite a bit. The same tracks sound clearer, the emphasis on the low end is there, but very clean, extremely controlled. Some audiophiles call this phenomenon burn in. You either believe it.. or you don't. I'm a part of the former, the more I listen to these, I somehow find them getting clearer and clearer.

    TLDR; These headphones have amazing build quality, a great sound signature which only opens up wider the more you listen to it. They're extremely well built + really really comfortable. The only cons I can point are I wish Beats would work more on its noise-cancelling and its own sound signature (clarity in the mids and highs) Also, please make the next generation of Beats USB C, please! I love mine, its a solid 9/10 from me.

    52 of 63 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best wireless buds ecer

    • Written by Joseph W

    I dig these, great sound quality and the ear hooks can mold in any size or position. Only downfalls are the rubber ear puecea that gobin the ear canal can come off, not real easily but they still can pop off like any other pair. The other thing is they don't have as good of functionality with Android as they do apple

    34 of 68 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    need app

    • Written by ROBERT T from mechanicsburg

    please have someone create a beats headphone app. these beats sound great but sometimes when you don't want all the base or whatever it would be nice to tweak them a bit. no reason for them not to have an app other manufactures have apps. very handy. thank you

    164 of 193 people found this useful