Beats Solo Pro review

8.1/10 AVG.
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Specs / Features


Overview
Type On-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date October 30, 2019
Size
Weight 267 grams
(9.43 ounces)

Critic Reviews


PCWorld

Too close for comfort

from PCWorld

By making every other part of the package feel exceptional enough, the familiar problems that plague the Solo Pro become the sort of inconveniences that you’re willing to live with rather than outright deal breakers.

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By making every other part of the package feel exceptional enough, the familiar problems that plague the Solo Pro become the sort of inconveniences that you’re willing to live with rather than outright deal breakers.

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GeekSpin

The best Beats headphones to date

from GeekSpin

The Beats Solo Pros look like Beats headphones, but feel, sound, and work like Apple headphones. Together the two brands have struck true headphone harmony. The Solo Pros might just have the best active noise canceling on the market, and they offer incredible rich and balanced audio.

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The Beats Solo Pros look like Beats headphones, but feel, sound, and work like Apple headphones. Together the two brands have struck true headphone harmony. The Solo Pros might just have the best active noise canceling on the market, and they offer incredible rich and balanced audio.

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finder.com.au

Style meets noise cancelling

from finder.com.au

The Beats Solo Pro are great looking headphones, and the audio output is mostly sweet, but the much lauded noise cancellation feature is a little on the weak side.

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The Beats Solo Pro are great looking headphones, and the audio output is mostly sweet, but the much lauded noise cancellation feature is a little on the weak side.

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Pickr

Walkaround wireless sound that stands out

from Pickr

While there is at least one or two questionable choices with the Beats Solo Pro, these headphones are a delightful turnaround for a company that once touted sound the way the artist intended, and delivered a result far from it. Now in 2019, Beats is hitting that target, and artists should be mor...More

While there is at least one or two questionable choices with the Beats Solo Pro, these headphones are a delightful turnaround for a company that once touted sound the way the artist intended, and delivered a result far from it. Now in 2019, Beats is hitting that target, and artists should be more delighted with what’s on offer. To Beats’ credit, it was already getting close, but now the quality is up to where it should be, and you may end up hearing parts of the file you’ve never heard before thanks to that focus on high-end sound.

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Android Authority

The Beats to beat

from Android Authority

The Beats Solo Pro makes few compromises between form and function. The design will appeal to many while the Beats moniker still informs passersby of the brand. Noise-cancelling is uniquely effective for on-ear headphones. Unfortunately, comfort is an issue after an hour. If you can push beyond t...More

The Beats Solo Pro makes few compromises between form and function. The design will appeal to many while the Beats moniker still informs passersby of the brand. Noise-cancelling is uniquely effective for on-ear headphones. Unfortunately, comfort is an issue after an hour. If you can push beyond the pain, the Solo Pro may very well be worth it.

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iMore

Five-star sound with a few flaws

from iMore

The Solo Pro is defitely a pro upgrade from the Beats Solo 3 with better material, H-1 chip support, and of course, noise-cancelling. The EQ balance is much better for the majority of listeners, but if you're used to the heavy sound of the Beats Curve, you're going to notice the drop in bass sound with these Pros.

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The Solo Pro is defitely a pro upgrade from the Beats Solo 3 with better material, H-1 chip support, and of course, noise-cancelling. The EQ balance is much better for the majority of listeners, but if you're used to the heavy sound of the Beats Curve, you're going to notice the drop in bass sound with these Pros.

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What Hi-Fi

These Beats have an audio performance to match their design

It’s not often that bass doesn't appear in the against column for Beats headphones, but this pair is well-balanced and has great noise-cancellation too

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It’s not often that bass doesn't appear in the against column for Beats headphones, but this pair is well-balanced and has great noise-cancellation too

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TrustedReviews

Beats drops some of the bass and adds great active noise cancellation

from TrustedReviews

With the Solo Pro, Beats has ditched the bass boost and delivered an accomplished set of headphones. They can't quite match up to the Sony WH-1000XM3, which come in at a similar price, but if you're a fan of Beats headphones then the Solo Pro are worth considering

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With the Solo Pro, Beats has ditched the bass boost and delivered an accomplished set of headphones. They can't quite match up to the Sony WH-1000XM3, which come in at a similar price, but if you're a fan of Beats headphones then the Solo Pro are worth considering

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Laptop Magazine

An excellent pair of on-ear headphones

from Laptop Magazine

Beats headphones aren't just about looking cool anymore. The Solo Pros are proof of that. This sleek pair of on-ear headphones pumps out refined, balanced sound and features effective noise cancellation and a nifty transparency mode. Apple brings its H1 chip to the Solo Pros, which enables seamle...More

Beats headphones aren't just about looking cool anymore. The Solo Pros are proof of that. This sleek pair of on-ear headphones pumps out refined, balanced sound and features effective noise cancellation and a nifty transparency mode. Apple brings its H1 chip to the Solo Pros, which enables seamless pairing and a fun audio-sharing feature for when you want to listen with friends.

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RTINGS

Very well-built on-ear headphones

from RTINGS

Decent for mixed usage. These on-ear headphones are great to use during your commute or at the office while enjoying your music with good fidelity. However, they won't be as comfortable for everyone due to their tight fit. They'll be better than over-ears for sports, but still won't be a great op...More

Decent for mixed usage. These on-ear headphones are great to use during your commute or at the office while enjoying your music with good fidelity. However, they won't be as comfortable for everyone due to their tight fit. They'll be better than over-ears for sports, but still won't be a great option. Also, they aren't designed for gaming and their microphone performance is quite lackluster so it won't be great for phone calls either.

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