Beats Studio 3 Wireless review

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  • Beats Studio 3 Wireless

Specs / Features


Overview
Type Over-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 1 months
Release date September 24, 2017
Size 12 x 16 x 23 cm (4.7 x 6.3 x 9.1 in)
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Macworld

Exceptional comfort, class-leading battery life

from Macworld

The Studio 3 Wireless are the most fully featured Beats headphones and can claim to to be best you can buy. While working best with an iPhone or iPad it’s great that you could use them with any other Bluetooth device should you want to. Sound quality is close to as good as you’ll find on head...More

The Studio 3 Wireless are the most fully featured Beats headphones and can claim to to be best you can buy. While working best with an iPhone or iPad it’s great that you could use them with any other Bluetooth device should you want to. Sound quality is close to as good as you’ll find on headphones for this price, but they may not be the ones to go for if your main musical love is loud, guitar-led rock music.

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TrustedReviews

Pretty good… for Apple users

from TrustedReviews

For Android users, who won’t benefit from the boost of the Apple W1 chip, the experience is merely average. Similar money can buy you much better alternatives. However, for those who own an iPhone, iPad and iMac, and use these devices to listen to iTunes, these wireless noise-cancelling headpho...More

For Android users, who won’t benefit from the boost of the Apple W1 chip, the experience is merely average. Similar money can buy you much better alternatives. However, for those who own an iPhone, iPad and iMac, and use these devices to listen to iTunes, these wireless noise-cancelling headphones will serve you well. You’ll benefit from excellent connectivity and battery life.

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Pickr

Comfortable to wear, lots of volume

from Pickr

Despite the niggles, for the first time we are properly impressed by the price and balance on offer from the Beats Studio series. Normally, these headphones are big and expensive with overly bassy sound, but this time they’re actually a little lighter on the lows and sound more realistic.

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Despite the niggles, for the first time we are properly impressed by the price and balance on offer from the Beats Studio series. Normally, these headphones are big and expensive with overly bassy sound, but this time they’re actually a little lighter on the lows and sound more realistic.

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Home Theater Review

There are better options

from Home Theater Review

The wireless Studio3  is a polite but slightly too-laid-back headphone with sub-standard bass. I am glad that the sonic signature of these next-gen Beats has changed, but it needs to be more open, refined, and tight to compete in the space. Additionally, the comfort level and dissipation of heat...More

The wireless Studio3  is a polite but slightly too-laid-back headphone with sub-standard bass. I am glad that the sonic signature of these next-gen Beats has changed, but it needs to be more open, refined, and tight to compete in the space. Additionally, the comfort level and dissipation of heat could be better. There are simply many other options that beat the Beats.

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Wired

They are comfy and sound pretty good

from Wired


While far from perfect, the Studio 3s retain the industrial design and sound that made Beats famous. They're comfy, sound pretty good, and you get some top-notch tech: the noise cancellation and Apple W1-boosted Bluetooth are both standout features.

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While far from perfect, the Studio 3s retain the industrial design and sound that made Beats famous. They're comfy, sound pretty good, and you get some top-notch tech: the noise cancellation and Apple W1-boosted Bluetooth are both standout features.

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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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RTINGS

Above-average mixed usage headphones

from RTINGS

They look great and have a simple-to-use design that offers a good control scheme and a comfortable fit. The noise canceling is a lot better than on the original Studio wireless, although it can be a bit inconsistent at times. This is also true for their adaptive sound quality that's decent but not as balanced as the Solo 3.

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They look great and have a simple-to-use design that offers a good control scheme and a comfortable fit. The noise canceling is a lot better than on the original Studio wireless, although it can be a bit inconsistent at times. This is also true for their adaptive sound quality that's decent but not as balanced as the Solo 3.

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Sound Guys

Great gadget, bad headphones

from Sound Guys

The Studio3 Wireless feel like they were haphazardly thrown together just to try and take a piece of the ANC market currently being ravaged by Bose and Sony. They offer sound significantly worse than both the QC35’s and the son, a build that feels like it’ll crack if you bend if too much, and...More

The Studio3 Wireless feel like they were haphazardly thrown together just to try and take a piece of the ANC market currently being ravaged by Bose and Sony. They offer sound significantly worse than both the QC35’s and the son, a build that feels like it’ll crack if you bend if too much, and, though the ANC is decent, it isn’t better than either model.

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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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