Small enough to deliver your daily dose of music wherever you go, the Pill brings the Beats by Dr. Dre sound to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Music, calls and films never sounded so good.
Small size, big sound
Despite its compact size, the Pill delivers powerful sound. It's easy to enjoy soaring highs and deep, booming bass in every room of the house. The Pill is wireless and cord-free.
Change tracks from your iPhone
Control your music via Bluetooth from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or MacBook from up to 30 feet away. The Pill frees you to roam, which means you’ll always have high quality sound near or far.
The Pill is lightweight so it won't slow you down and is small enough to fit in whatever you’re carrying out the door.
Take that call thanks to the Pill's Bluetooth capability and internal microphone. It makes talking on the phone easier and better sounding than ever before.
- Tap-to-pair with NFC technology for easy and instant Bluetooth 2.1 audio and supports SBC and AAC Codecs for high-quality streaming
- Provides clear, full-range sound delivered in a portable, lightweight package
- Internal microphone for Bluetooth call functionality; take calls without touching your iPhone
- Use the Aux input for other MP3 players, phones, PCs or anything with an analogue output for optimal sound from all devices
- Use the line out feature for easy connection to an external speaker system
Did you notice?Wireless and cord free, the compact Pill comes with a carry case for easy portability.
Apple Recommends ForTake your daily dose of music from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch anywhere you go.
What's in the Box?
- Beats Pill Portable Stereo Speaker with Bluetooth
- 1.5 m audio cable (3.5 mm to 3.5 mm)
- USB 2.0 charge/data cable
- AC power adaptor
- Carry case
- Other Features: Multipoint Support
- Connections: Bluetooth
- Power Source: Battery Power
- Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
- Height: 4.5 cm/1.8 in.
- Weight: 10.93 oz./310 g
- Length: 19 cm/7.5 in.
- Mfr. Part Number: MH812B/A
- UPC or EAN No.: 848447007912
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Ratings & Reviews
Get the XL
The sound from this product is justifiable given the size. If you want something that plays your music at a decent level with not The sound from this product is justifiable given the size. If you want something that plays your music at a decent level with not so much base get this but if you want something with a little more give to it I would say get the XL which I ended up buying, it's abit more cash but well worth it. The base is unbelievable and it would do well in house party situations and provides superb sound quality. …
- Written by Christina R from London
Not for serious audiophiles, only for people who want looks.
After buying the Beats ear plug phones which I thought were great I headed off to the Apple store to check this unit out assuming After buying the Beats ear plug phones which I thought were great I headed off to the Apple store to check this unit out assuming it would be a straight forward hear and buy scenario, but the reality was far from the high expectations I had set off with. Don't get me wrong, this is a nice looking bit of kit but I'm afraid to say that is all it is. What I was hoping for was a good full bodied sound with a good amount of bass, after all it is £169.99. At this price point I would simply be expecting a lot more. The bass was pretty much none existent and the rest of the frequency ranges were average at best. It makes me wonder if Dr. Dre ever heard the sound coming out of this unit he probably would not put his name to it. I ended up buying the Bose sound dock mini which was light years ahead in terms of sound quality with genuine deep blissful bass and, in my opinion, looks better as well. …
- Written by Richard G from London
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
what is the difference between beats pill 1.0 and 2.0
- Asked by Sylvia H
2.0 includes the charge-out feature, allowing you to plug a usb cable into the bottom of the pill to 2.0 includes the charge-out feature, allowing you to plug a usb cable into the bottom of the pill to charge your iPhone or iPad. …
- Answered by Frank H from Arcadia
can I connect a aux wire on the speaker ?
- Asked by Mohammed A from U A E
Yes there is a place on the back of the speaker to connect an auxiliary cord from your device to the Yes there is a place on the back of the speaker to connect an auxiliary cord from your device to the speaker. This speaker comes with an aux cord in the packaging but any aux cord works fine as long as it fits. …
- Answered by Myrna H from Miami
Does the beat speaker work on macbook air?
- Asked by Chang P from Kakegawa City
No answers yet
does the NFC pairing work for the Iphone 6 plus? tap to pair
- Asked by Sal H from Castro Valley
Absolutely not. Apple has not yet opened up NFC to developers, making it available to Apple Pay only Absolutely not. Apple has not yet opened up NFC to developers, making it available to Apple Pay only. …
- Answered by Evan S from Shelby Township
Looking to purchace the Beats Pill 2.0 or the Beats Pill XL, which one is more recommended?
- Asked by Jamie T from Cherry Valley
XL is larger with better sound, 2.0 is more portable
- Answered by Evan S from Shelby Township