• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not recommend, Apple took this over they don’t stand behind the product....

    Before Apple took this brand over if I ever had a problem it was taken care of . Now I have $1000 worth of beats stuff, and $600 of it is going in the trash. No matter is it is in the ear over the ear or standard head phones, do not waste your time or money in to this brand. Apple has failed as a company and as you can see the reviews prove this. My in ear devices need a little piece of felt to fix them, O sorry we can’t sale that to you, but for $120 plus shipping and tax we can fix them!! My wireless studio head phones I used under 50 times at the gym the pads are falling apart, Amazon I can get the parts for $11 Apple wants $150 Oh yes plus ship and tax to fix their own poor design. I hope they do not start making cars, we will need to pay for the recalls, what a joke.

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Ouch!

    I've never owned a pair of beats before this, but these are, without a doubt, the most uncomfortable headphones I’ve ever worn. Granted, I have a big head and my ears are a little larger than the average persons so if this is your situation as well, these are not for you. Trust me. I wore these for about 20-30 mins and the clamping force was unbelievable not to mention the fact that the cups have absolutely no depth whatsoever so my ears were smashed against the speaker grill. After that period I had to take them off as I had a headache and my ear was throbbing and red for at least the next hour.

    The sound quality was decent, not equal to others in the same price range though. The bass was not as punchy as I had been led to believe about beats, the mids were slightly drowned out, and I believe that if you were able to wear these for an extended period without pain due to tightness you would eventually be pained by the harshness of the highs. Good sound stage. Definitely for people with smaller ears and heads though.

    Side note:what happened to the color choices!?

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    beats 3 wirless

    so impressed with my beats wireless 3 headphones good comfy fit, perfect sound and crystal clear, 3rd set of beats and by far the best for comfort ease and sound. expensive, but so worth it

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    These headphones were terrible since the day I bought them.

    1.) Ear cups started to flake off within the first year.
    2.) Software and bluetooth are buggy.
    3.) Both ends of the headphones broke after lightly using them for 3 years.

    I suggest buying Bose headphones for the same price.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Product

    First Time with Beats and I have To say Best Birthday Present, Sound is Outstanding, I use Bose for Church Sound Board and I have to say that Beats are staying with my sound console, my Keyboard(I Play Piano), and Phone Mac you Named I Recommend This to Any One, Very comfortable, to walk run even in the Gym very light weight. Love Them

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    There are truly great headphones

    These headphones are pure quality. Many are having trouble picking between these and the Sony and Bose. These are an easy win. I personally tested the other two and I pick these. Not only are the WAY more stylish and beautiful, but they are amazing sounding. You have to be a very noise sensitive person to ever recognize the difference between these headphones. Even still, the Beats take the win in every aspect. I 100% recommend these

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    if you have studio 2 keep them save your money!!!!!!!!!

    i regret selling my perfectly fine studio 2s i was simple upgrading and that was the biggest mistake ever! the studio 3 sound extremely muffled and not crisp like the s2 don't waste your money if you want sound quality but the a1 feature is absolutely amazing

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst Headphones I've Ever Owned

    These are the most expensive yet the worst quality headphones I've ever owned. The looked so good and they're expensive, I just assumed they would be at least as good or better than my cheap bose. That's not the case. I keep them on my desk and never traveled with them yet they started falling apart within the first 6 months. I took them to the apple store and they told me it would cost around 200 to repair them. I opted to use tape and super glue. This was fine for another nine months, then the left ear started cutting out. I assumed this was the headphone cord so after having to look for a cord that would fit in the headphone jack (no any cord will work because the jack is sunk 4-6mm into the headphones) I found out that it's not the cord the headphones are just bad quality and not working enough to even use corded. I forgot to mention that the Bluetooth rarely ever worked from the time I got them. Good luck!

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    They will break on you. Not worth it. Go with Bose!

    I got these headphones less than a year ago and I agree with most of the reviews, they are awesome, BUT after wearing them and charging them for a few months, they stopped charging. It is not a problem with the chord, but the headphones themselves seem to stop charging. It first started with having to place the headphones in a very very specific charging position, but after a month or two this wouldn't even do the trick anymore. So they worked for a few months, but I will now have to buy a new pair, and if they worked I would buy them again, but I don't want to shell out $350 every year for headphones. At that price point, they shouldn't die within the first year of purchase. I'm switching to Bose.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Painfull

    Purchased these yesterday, returned them today.

    Never owned a pair of expensive headphones,to be honest I'm not a fan of them usually as my ears get too hot and I much prefer just using speakers. However I am soon to be working in an office environment where I will be required to use the things.

    I was relatively happy with the quality of the product, they looked nice, I'm not a massive audiophile so sound quality I felt was good, but no better then £60 pairs I've had, at least not to my primitive ears. One major disappointing thing is that these don't even have the correct cable for a Mac book pro , c'mon apple sort that out.....

    Now onto the reason I returned these after 1 day. (I should say I could only use the headphones for about 10 - 20 minutes). I opened the box, turned them on, paired them etc. As soon as I placed these things on my ears I could feel an odd , umcomfortable strange hard to describe. feeling. The earphones where emitting some sort of vibration noise (no music on at this point). I've no idea what this was I assumed it was maybe the noise cancellation , I turned that off via my IMAC but still it was there and it was starting to give me a headache/make me feel really uncomfortable.

    I tried turning some music on , this made them a little better (oddly) but still this was such an uncomfortable experience I just had to take the things off after maybe 10 mins or so.

    No way was I going to keep these at £300 , (more often then not I can put up with things) and when they are causing me pain/discomfort they just had to go.

    Won't ever buy the beats brand again, I'll stick to cheap headphones or just sit in silence , beats discomfort (no pun intended)

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    ANC needs work

    I spent almost an hour comparing Studio3 to Bose QC35 II inside an Apple Store. I chose Beats for the seamless Bluetooth transfers to Apple products. ANC is not perfect and needs some work, especially for use on aircraft:
    - Embraer 175 seated behind wings, ANC worked
    - Boeing 737-700 seated behind wings, ANC worked
    - Bombardier CRJ700 - seated in last row, under engines, ANC failed. The ANC seemed to cycle from working about 40 sec to enhancing engine noise, especially in the left speaker, for 20 sec.
    Air nozzles also mess with the ANC, similar to wind complaints in other reviews. For the price, I wish the ANC performed better!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing Product

    I've had Beats for about 2 years and they are the best thing that has ever happened to me. They're about 3894573 times better than my kids, whom I love dearly. And they connect super fast, and they're still amazing. To this day i haven't found a better headphone. i would sooo recommend

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Wireless studio headphones

    Really bad quality no bass at all.....poor buy. I bought these for over $400 and there horrible

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Tight

    The bass that this produces is crisp, clear, and tight. The treble is extremely clear.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    DONT BUY THIS PRODUCT

    I have had these headphones for about a year now. I take very good care of them but now they won’t even turn on. I have tried resetting them and still nothing. Don’t buy a product that will be useless in a year. You have been warned!!!!

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    quality of sound

    I hv bought beats 3 after using beats1 headphone of my friend. But quality of sound specially bass is not like beats1. Does it some setting problem or bulitin difference. can someone help is this

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Better then Studio 2

    Had my beats studio 2s long enough for the warranty to run out, then the charge port broke. Bought the Studio 3 and love the sound on them, though it sounds like there is less bass then the 2's. Noice cancelation is definitely better. I think its sad that apple hasn't upgraded to USB C or Lightning ports on these for charging or wireless charging. I do love that these are much easier to switch across all my apple products, no turning off and on just selecting them from the device I want to use them with the hand off is great.

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not the same as Previous model

    I owned a pair of the Studio Wireless Beats prior to this pair which was a Christmas gift. The sound on the previous model was more crisp with more bass and overall better sound quality. The new Studio 3 has a muffled sound and less bass output. Totally disappointed but I appreciate the gift. The only problem was that my older pair was that I couldn’t find any replaceable earmuffs.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Why no wall adapter?!?!

    The new solo 3 has great sound and the padding on the ears is better than the previous models. It connects so much easier to your phone and Apple Watch than the previous models as well. Only issue... 375$ and it doesn’t come with a USB adapter to plug into an outlet to charge them, like WTF Apple the consumer is paying for the adapter anyways so just put it in the dang box.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Terrible sound (distorts the music) and incredibly uncomfortable to wear

    The only reason people keep buying these is because they look cool and come in lots of pretty colors. But honestly the headphones that come with the iPhone sound way better, yo.

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