Beats Studio 3 Wireless

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  • Beats Studio 3 Wireless
  • Beats Studio 3 Wireless
  • Beats Studio 3 Wireless
  • Beats Studio 3 Wireless

Specs / Features


Specification

Overview
Type Over-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Brand Beats
Model Studio 3 Wireless
Warranty 1 months
Release date 24-September-2017
Size 11.9 x 16 x 22.6 cm (4.7 x 6.3 x 8.9 in)
Weight 260 grams
(9.18 ounces)

Critic Reviews


GSMArena

Still for heavy bass fans

from GSMArena

Once known for their very bass biased sound and questionable build quality, it's clear to hear and see improvements in both these areas. Given that, they're still Beats by Dre so don't be shocked by their bass-heavy bias.

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Once known for their very bass biased sound and questionable build quality, it's clear to hear and see improvements in both these areas. Given that, they're still Beats by Dre so don't be shocked by their bass-heavy bias.

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Tom's Guide

Big bass, minor bugs

from Tom's Guide

Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones offer a comfortable fit, decent active noise cancellation and clean, though a sometimes overly processed, sound profile.

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Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones offer a comfortable fit, decent active noise cancellation and clean, though a sometimes overly processed, sound profile.

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Techaeris

An all-around balanced sound with punchy bass

from Techaeris

The new Beats are nothing like the old Beats, that’s for certain. I actually enjoyed all types of music with these headphones and I could even tolerate the bassy soundstage.

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The new Beats are nothing like the old Beats, that’s for certain. I actually enjoyed all types of music with these headphones and I could even tolerate the bassy soundstage.

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TechGearLab

Only worth the price if you like the design style

The Beats Studio3 is a good pair of headphones, but it does not live up to its high end pedigree. If you're looking for the best headphones, we would suggest the Bose QuietComfort 35 II.

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The Beats Studio3 is a good pair of headphones, but it does not live up to its high end pedigree. If you're looking for the best headphones, we would suggest the Bose QuietComfort 35 II.

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MajorHifi

A pleasant surprise

from MajorHifi

I was pleasantly surprised by the Beats Studio 3 Wireless. They aren’t an audiophile headphone by any means, but for a solid pair of noise cancelling headphones, they do the trick.

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I was pleasantly surprised by the Beats Studio 3 Wireless. They aren’t an audiophile headphone by any means, but for a solid pair of noise cancelling headphones, they do the trick.

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Expert Reviews

Easy to pair with Apple devices, but other headphones offer superior sound quality

from Expert Reviews

If you prefer over-ear cans, though, and you’re an iPhone owner, the Beats Studio3 Wireless are still a worthwhile purchase. Bluetooth pairing is seamless, battery life is very good and they’re nicely designed as well.

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If you prefer over-ear cans, though, and you’re an iPhone owner, the Beats Studio3 Wireless are still a worthwhile purchase. Bluetooth pairing is seamless, battery life is very good and they’re nicely designed as well.

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Cnet

Beats' best headphone looks the same, sounds better

from Cnet

Beats has taken a very good wireless noise-canceling headphone and significantly increased its performance.

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Beats has taken a very good wireless noise-canceling headphone and significantly increased its performance.

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Alphr

A perfectly decent pair of wireless, noise-cancelling headphones

from Alphr

There’s nothing terribly wrong with the Beats Studio3 Wireless. They’re competent, decent-sounding active noise-cancelling headphones. They’re just not quite the best you can buy for this money.

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There’s nothing terribly wrong with the Beats Studio3 Wireless. They’re competent, decent-sounding active noise-cancelling headphones. They’re just not quite the best you can buy for this money.

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SlashGear

Eliminating the noise

from SlashGear

If you’re in the market for some very nice headphones, give the Studio3 Wireless a look. My experience has been great, and I’ve been dismissive of Beats for some time. But now that the sound and noise canceling experiences have improved, they may just be the first brand I consider in the future.

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If you’re in the market for some very nice headphones, give the Studio3 Wireless a look. My experience has been great, and I’ve been dismissive of Beats for some time. But now that the sound and noise canceling experiences have improved, they may just be the first brand I consider in the future.

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TechRadar

Great functionality let down by so-so sound

from TechRadar

Beats W1 chip means that the functionality of its headphones continue to impress. Battery life is good, connecting them to your phone is simple and straightforward, and build-quality is solid. Even their noise-cancellation is decent, if not class-leading. Our only issue with the headphones is the...More

Beats W1 chip means that the functionality of its headphones continue to impress. Battery life is good, connecting them to your phone is simple and straightforward, and build-quality is solid. Even their noise-cancellation is decent, if not class-leading. Our only issue with the headphones is their overall sound quality, which lags behind the similarly priced competition.

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