• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    FINALLY ‼️‼️‼️

    • Written by Prince P from SEATTLE

    Background: I’ve tried almost every kind of Bluetooth headphone & Earbud style headphones. My go to has always been Bose.I always wanted a pair of Beats Studio Wireless Headphones but they hurt my ears. Not enough room in the ear cup .All that being said the one thing I’ve always noticed is you can never get the complete package. Either it has great sound but is uncomfortable or very comfortable but bad sound it just seems like nobody can figure it out. Connectivity has always been the weak link!!!!!Up until NOW!!These Pro’s Are AMAZING!! Feel comfortable after a little adjusting and the right ear tips. Connectivity Perfect!!Battery Life Perfect!!The Charging Case Perfect(ALMOST)All you complaining folks saying it’s too big stick to your AirPods!!)Here’s the big one....Sound!!!!It could be a little more balanced... A better overall Soundstage.....tone down the mids a bit. But overall......WE HAVE A WINNER HERE!!! 5 Stars if the sound was a little more balanced and a wireless charging case!!NO REALLY $250.00 and its 2019 Come on Apple Hook is up with the complete package and include a Wireless charging case...Enough said now go buy a pair!!!!!!!!

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Laily S from Pullman

    I’m not sure why a lot of people dislike them or say the volume is too low to hear because I can hear my music perfectly with them! I will admit that they do emit a lot of bass in songs which can feel a little heavy in your ears, it would have been nice to include an equalizer option in the software. But I wore them for a good hour and did various workouts ranging in different intensities and they remained in my ears without budging and I want to make note that they’re very comfortable!

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Best thing yet!

    • Written by VINCENT W from Glen Burnie

    I’ve had almost every Bluetooth out there. For those complaining about bass and sound quality...you may want to stick with over the ear headphones. These are earbuds! In my opinion, sound quality is 5 stars. Yes, the case is big also, but what I’ve found is you don’t need to carry it around like AirPod cases. The battery life is far superior. If I want a completely immersive sound experience, I don’t pull any set of ear bud styled Bluetooth. 5 stars for battery life, range, and fit. For those of us that have be looking for a Bluetooth that we can use all day for phone conversations, this is the I’ve found. The one and only problem I’ve found with the Power Beats Pro is connectivity. Initial pairing is flawless as expected, and they don’t drop any more than than any other wireless device. Background noise hasn’t been a complaint. I do however have a fairy occasional problem with callers that cannot hear me. Although I can hear them, there’s a real issues here. If I could give 4.5 stars I would.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Lee C from LOS ANGELES

    Ok, these are Beats right? Why is the max volume so low? With volume max on iPhone and PBP it’s still lacking.
    How about an EQ for more bass?


    Thank you!

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Product but disappointed with ear hooks and price point

    • Written by Sotirios K from New Britain

    I have loved these things since the day I got them, sound quality is perfect and of course with the Powerbeats line, they have the ear hooks that keep them in your ears, unfortunately I had to return my first pair because of some unfortunate cosmetic issues and noticed that the ear hooks had a problem going towards the center but I didn't mind it and it didn't bother me, so just left it alone, but on my second pair, the sound quality was perfect like the first pair but the ear hook on the right Powerbeat was going to the right more, but honestly still doesn't bother me, overall great product, magnificent build quality but a steep price tag.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    The AirPods you have been waiting for

    • Written by Brian T from Latham

    When Apple announced the AirPods I felt it was a step in the right direction but as an amateur audiophile, the purist in me still preferred a dedicated ear piece to apply the appropriate seal for listening. That being said the AirPods never felt secure in my ears so I opted for other solutions eventually settling on the RHA TrueConnect for my daily driver. They happily met all my needs and provided an acceptable sound signature.

    Fast forward 3 years and Apple finally releases a new Beats product after acquiring the company some time ago. Immediately I was drawn to the over the ear design because it solved the design problem I have with the AirPods, (Shure owners would nod in respect). Still being a "Beats" product I was apprehensive how they sounded but I saw them on a flash deal for $199 and decided that was low enough to pull the trigger. Let me disclose by saying I have never been a fan of Beats and find them overpriced for their V-shaped sound signature. The Powerbeats Pro prove slightly different and while the V-shape tone is there, I don't find the bass super heavy and the highs aren't overly harsh. This should improve as they break in but I suspect the treble could be fatiguing during long listening sessions. The stock rubber ear pieces provide a sufficient seal and let just enough of the outside in for you to be audibly aware of what's going on; like an elevator chime or passing vehicle traffic for example. I intend to increase the isolation using other pieces from my collection however.

    With the exception of the sound signature, they have all the other characteristics of the AirPods; immediate pairing, battery life widget indicator, Siri connectivity, the ability to use the earbuds independently etc. I can't give them 5 stars because you're paying for the name and feel a $199 price point would be more appropriate. Perhaps Apple should have branded these the AirPods Pro instead. Oh and the storage/charging case is laughably large. But if you find a deal then they are certainly worth a consideration.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Happy I got them

    • Written by NaShauna T from Southgate

    These are my third pair of beats and by far my favorite so far. A few quirk are learning how to put them in the case and put them over your ear but after using them a few times it gets easier. The sound is great, I like heavy base and they are perfect for me. The noise cancellation is great also. If you like beats headphones you will love these.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Almost perfect

    • Written by Scott L from Deerfield Beach

    They sound great, fit great and so far have had flawless connectivity. My only nits with these near-perfect headphones applies specifically to the multifunction "Beats" button on each side. The button works, but could use some improvement. Firstly, the button is flat and flush with the surface of the headphones so it's very difficult to feel for the button when they are worn. A little bump on them would be helpful. Secondly, the buttons have almost no travel, so it's difficult to tell when it's been pushed. This is especially noticeable when trying to do a double-press for "skip to next track" and even worse for a triple-press for "skip back to the start or previous track." And that brings me to the third complaint; this one is about the software. When doing actions like "play/pause" or "skip ahead" or "skip back", it would be very useful to have some audio feedback (other than the track starting or stopping or skipping) - something like a beep or better yet - siri's voice saying "Play" or "Pause", etc...

    These are minor comments on an awesome product, but Apple really should have known better and surveyed the competition to make a truly best-in-class product. If not for the flaws in that button's hardware and software, I would have given these a 5-star rating.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    New design

    • Written by John H from Lowell

    So glad they changed the design from the previous version which had the strap that held the volume button and controls wasn’t very sweat resistant the cover on it came off and was rendered useless hoping to see how this works out, these will work best over AirPods when working out unless you’re at the office and need something discreet

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Siri-friendly. Overdue, but worth the wait.

    • Written by Mark K from Darien

    The pairing is effortless on iOS devices, but effort may be needed on other Bluetooth Devices. Some patience is needed before you're able to put them on and off regularly. Siri heard me well, and people whom I called also heard me well. Maybe noisy environments may be a challenge with Siri and phone calls though. Very clean sound but you need to make sure you're getting a good seal. The Siri-friendly Powerbeats Pro is Beats' long overdue entry to the Secret Agent Audio market (Truly Wireless). Although I can't give 5 stars, I'm pretty sure the Beats sound and Ease of Siri is worth of some attention. I'm pretty sure if all goes well, then Beats may be able to improve their Truly Wireless offerings and technology.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Crazy good quality!

    • Written by Raffaele F from Rexburg

    I just got these amazing headphones. They work exactly like the AirPods but: they have a better sound quality, better battery time, a better grip and (for me) a better look.
    I need to say that the battery life is better than the AirPods but it’s not 9 hours as claimed. And if need to compare them to the AirPods, I want to say that the AirPods are easier to wear and take off.

    I really like them, though.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Surprising sound quality

    • Written by Chase M from Colorado Springs

    I’ve had a lot of beats and these earbuds are priced well with good quality. After 5 minuets I forgot they were there. The Bass is noticeable and everything sounds balanced. Compared to the Beats Pro Wireless these seem like a steal, of course great for activity. The play pause button is annoying because it pushes the earbud into your ear, thankfully the button takes a light tap so it’s not bad.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic everyday use as well as workouts

    • Written by Ned B from Hummelstown

    I wanted AirPods, but they fall out of my ears too easily. As a second option, I got the Powerbeats Pro and they have been more than what I wanted. They fit great, have a much better seal and sound than the AirPods, and the buttons give you lots of versatility. They are also great for calls! I would recommend them for anyone who AirPods don't fit and wants more passive noise isolation. The case is bulky, but still fits in my pocket

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great but ...

    • Written by Setwut T from Si as ket

    I have been using this over a week. I found this is the great wireless earphones, it’s replaced my Jaybird x4. However, Sometimes the earphones keep disconnect itself (it disappear from my bluetooth list) from my iPhone (Xs max) and iPad pro. Then I have to connect and hold the button like connect the earphones for the first times.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Finally a descent beats for workout

    • Written by Jose H from APO

    I have to say I was pretty skeptical since I when through about 15 pair of beats 3 since they kept dying after a 4 mile workout only and would never turn on. I have already ran a full marathon with these and they did amazingly for the whole run. They have few bugs like when you connect them to your devices sometimes they keep reconnecting to your phone even if you have tell them to do voice over CarPlay or even if you hit disconnect they keep connecting over and over. Also when you invoke Siri most of the time the voice come really low even if the volume is all the way up. Also they never turn off so that’s a good but also a bad thing.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Love hate relationship 💔❤️

    • Written by clayton D from Brooklyn

    I got a love and hate relationship they work good. My ears do start to hurt while wearing them. I change the rubbery thing that go in your ear to different sizes and that help but I still feel the pain. Battery life is really great and the sound for the music is ok nothing to go crazy for but it better to then the AirPods so I’m not going to complain. The case is pretty big but if you got a bag to put them in you should be fine. Over all I’m going to probably keep them. Hope my review help somebody my a choice to keep them, take care ��

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Almost perfect for business also

    • Written by Greg Y from Cary

    I’ve had the Powerbeats Pro (PBP) for over a week and they are great. They do everything they are advertised to do, so will not comment on that.

    While PBP are primarily targeted for the gym/sport scenarios, there use in the business environment is almost overlooked. AirPods were marketed for the commuter/business scene, as you could hear your music/call along with the surrounding ambient noise. The PBP can do the same thing, if desired. All one has to do is attach a slightly smaller silicon earpiece, to avoid the “ear seal” option the PBP promotes.

    The battery life for the PBP, makes it ideal for business. You never have to worry about running out of power with multiple back to back calls. In stereo mode you have ~9 hrs of batter life, while using the PBP one ear at a time (mono), you have more than enough power for the work day. For those with multiple iPhones, or iPads and Macs, the switching is as seamless as the AirPods.

    I stated ALMOST perfect for business, as the PBP is lacking what I believe is a basic function, and found it hard to believe it doesn’t exist. With the PBP you CAN NOT MUTE a phone call from the PBP earpieces, you must use the iPhone. I contacted Apple support twice on this issue, and every one I spoke to was surprised the functionality was missing. There are references in some comms to “muting a call”, but this just means declining an incoming call.

    The mute functionality should be easy to implement, simply add “long hold” functionality to the (B) button while the call is active. (This is what the Apple support folks thought it should be.) The PBP have good call quality and are very comfortable for long term use, as in multiple conference calls, BUT you need to keep your iPhone near to mute the call.

    In closing, they are comfortable over the ear, the sound quality is good for audio and telephone, the only thing missing is muting a call, which could be beneficial in a both a business and sport scenario.

    Hopefully, the MUTE functionality can be added with a firmware release.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty good

    • Written by Roshan B from Vancouver

    My only problems with these are that the case is massive, they're a little quieter than I had hoped, and there isn't any "Find my airpods" type feature (I don't understand why since they have the same exact chip inside).

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great fit, but phone quality volume is not too loud

    • Written by Brett B from Salt Lake City

    Everything is wireless. Why not make wireless charging case for this newer Beats. Slight sound difference, phone quality calls are not too loud. I have volume up highest level. Can barely hear other end. BeatsX work great and PowerBeats3. Besides those few little areas, I think this product is great. Great fit. I wear glasses so its little work putting them around my ear. Eventually everything works.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very Solid

    • Written by Eric R from Glen Mills

    These things are awesome, for sure the best beats ear buds thus far. Super good sound quality, very sleek and the connectivity is totally seamless. Everything is perfect EXCEPT they are not very comfortable. If you’re planning on wearing them for long periods of time like me (i.e. at work all day) I wouldn’t recommend. Other than that they’re amazing.