• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Satisfied

    • Written by Riley S

    I got a pair of these great headphones about two month ago. Before that, I used a a cheap pair of JVCs, but they did their job. The Studio3's are very comfortable, so after a while when I had gotten used to them I tried my old pair again and it was almost painful. I really like the noise-cancelling, as well as the audio, even though people say it could be better. The fact that it can be used with an audio jack as well as bluetooth is very practical with older devices. One thing I would change is the carrying case, which does not have a pocket for the wires, unlike the Solo3. I also think it's a little overpriced. It has a good battery life and charges fast.

    5 of 6 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Why no wall adapter?!?!

    • Written by sean A

    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.

    14 of 22 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Heaphones

    • Written by Chris C

    Very happy with these, sound great, comfortable, long battery life, quick charging, all around a great headphone. Personally I think the Studios are just as comfortable as the Bose QC 35, just a little heavier. They are much louder and clearer than the Bose, all around better looking, and have a higher quality feel. NC is great, flew with them a few times and I don't hear any of the engine or wind noise and the volume doesn't need to be blasting. The only thing I have against them (why I gave them 4 stars) is that if you don't want to use the BT or NC with the aux cord they still power up. When I'm at work I would prefer to have them plugged into my computer with no NC on. Other than that they are great!

    7 of 8 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Review beats studio3

    • Written by Jacco L from Montain

    I just received my beats studio 3 wireless headphone and he is really good the sound is impressive good he contact really fast to your divice with I revived him really quickly there is just one thing you can hear really good the sound of the music when you don’t have him on your head so I really recommend him confortable good soud ect

    5 of 19 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    A Keeper

    • Written by Rolando H from New Bern

    Looks: 5/5

    The look is fresh to death. Lots of compliments

    Sound: 4/5
    These have a sound signature that can be best described as fun. I disable any equalizer settings on my devices and don't find the sound offensive. Note: I'm not a bass-head. The headphones handles most genres but when it is out of it's element the worst I can say is that the music sounds "polite". Rock, hip hop, dance, and generally energetic music sounds good. Anything beyond that sounds a bit lifeless. I bought these mostly for travel and to satisfy my desire to turn my seat into a private mosh pit, so these fit the bill.

    Bluetooth: 5/5

    Switching from phone to MacBook to iPad is seamless. The initial pairing process is potato head simple. Range is ridiculous good.

    ANC: 3/5
    Sony wins this category. ANC wasn't a deal breaker for me. I settled on these for the battery life.

    Comfort: 4/5
    I've got a pretty big head. Head-bunting is my preferred method of combat. I was nervous at first about these but after a couple of hours the clamping force has eased a little and I find these comfortable. There are headphones in my collection that have a little more plush to them but these surprised me. If I had the head of a normal person I would probably find these to be a solid 5.

    15 of 18 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Much Better Than Studio 2 but...

    • Written by Kennard Y from Apison

    I owned, and have been a huge fan of Beats Studio headphones. I bought a Matte Black version while at the Georgetown store in Washington, DC when they first came out. To my ears and brain, they possess a sound signature that pleases me better than any other headphone in my collection (QC25, QC35, Beats Studio, Sony MDR-1000x, Sennheiser and Philips). The only real flaw was that the Beats’ ANC was a joke. I really put a lot into reviewing headphones to the point that my review of the Beats Studio 2 on Amazon, under the Name PiperFlyer, is the top review for the product. Since I’m limited on words here, I will say that Beats Studios have come a long way in improving the noise cancelling but when compared to Sony and Bose, they are still not in the same league. PureANC is a cool sounding technology but used side-by-slide with the major players, it falls short. I have tested the three in a variety of environments and the Sony’s win in most situations except in commercial or general aviation air travel...Bose wins. Where the Beats win is sound quality. Dre has done a great job with the sound signature and to me, it’s the most pleasing of the leading three brands. It’s why I use them so much–I travel with Sony but day-to-day use my Beats. As I was testing the brands I noticed something very disturbing about my iPhones. The sound produced from an iPhone (my 7 Plus or my wife’s 6) is inferior to my iPad Pro or my MacBook or any other source!! This is wired (with the dumb lightning connector) or Bluetooth! This is insane! The device that consumers use MOST to stream music sounds the worst! This discovery made me so mad (that and so may other Apple blunders since the tragic loss of Steve) that I am starting to question my loyalty to Apple. At first, I thought it was the headphones, then after swapping sources it was clear that it was the iPhone. So, to be clear, my audio review is based on a single source–the iPad. Bose has a very odd sound signature that sounds like someone was goofing with the equalizer and no one put it back to where it should be. The Sony’s sound very close to the Beats but lack fullness in the mids, lack clarity up high and are a tad less full down low. To my ears, the new Beats check all of the boxes that I use to consider headphones, or music in general. Back to PureANC, if these were the only ANC phones on the market, we would be highly impressed. But compared to the market leaders, they are good but not great. Since 80% of my listening is in environments where the Beats work well, I can live with it to get the sound I like most. In challenging environments, I use the MDR-1000x. Not a bad compromise but a nice leap forward for the Studio3. Comfort goes to Bose hands down. Both the frame and clamping force are light and the ear cups are deep. The Sony’s too have deep ear cups but they are a little small and they are HEAVY in comparison. The Beats, once stretched out a bit, have decent clamping force and the weight is nice but the ear cups are way too shallow. My ears rub the inside and I have small ears. I can’t imaging what happens if you have big ears. As you can see, no headphone is perfect but to me, Beats are the ticket, even with the small, shallow ear cups and mediocre ANC.

    51 of 57 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Love these headphones

    • Written by Katherine C from La Canada

    Noise cancellation, bluetooth range, and battery life are impressive. Gave me a pretty bad headache after a few hours of use, but then I discovered I could turn noise cancellation off and that solved the headache problem for quieter areas. Makes my ears really hot after wearing for a while despite the "advanced venting" system incorporated in the "over-ear cushions."

    32 of 34 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great updrade(on the inside)

    • Written by Marquise S from Lancaster

    Been using the beats studio wireless for a year now and my real only complaint with those were the battery. I listen to a lot of rap so the base fits in great and the noise canceling was decent from it being my first time using the feature. Beats studio 3 is a well upgrade to them, i can actually notice the upgrade in sound quality and the base hasn’t really left. The noise canceling is more noticeable this time around and that A1chip is pretty neat. I have a Apple ecosystem so going from watch to iphone to macbook with a click is pretty convenient. Then last the battery seems to last literally a full day of use. Really appreciate the update to a classic.

    181 of 228 people found this useful