• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best tech bought in years

    • Written by from STILLORGAN

    I was looking for wireless phones for a while and took the plunge with the Beats Studio Wireless. These are excellent phones, great sound, great functionality with Apple devices. Just love them!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just What the Doctor Ordered

    • Written by from Chesterfield

    I used to be part of the crowd that believed all Beats headphones sounded terrible. I’m happy to say this isn’t the case with the Studio Wireless. They sound noticeably better than my previous Bose SoundTrue Over-Ear headphones, highlighting a far wider spectrum of sounds. The bass is punchy, there’s no denying it, but it isn’t overpowering.

    The Adaptive Noise Cancellation (ANC) in the headphones works well, at least for monotonous sounds like a train engine or a desk fan. It doesn’t do so well with talking, but from how I understand the ANC technology to work, that’s to be expected.

    The build quality on the Beats Studio Wireless is great. They are sturdy and firm, yet flexible enough to equip comfortably. They don’t creak when you stretch them to place over your ears. In relation to the build quality, I love the design of these headphones. They look great, sporting a modern style that is a refinement of the original Beats design.

    The comfort level on these headphones is insane. The leatherette ear cups are large (enough for most ears, I’d imagine) and densely padded with a memory foam material. Once you’ve got them on, you soon forget you’re wearing them. When you consider what’s in them, like the rechargeable battery and the technology that makes ANC possible, they are very lightweight.

    The battery life on these headphones is good. Even if you’re listening to music all day via a Bluetooth connection, you can make it through on a single charge. Beats claims they provide 12 hours wireless and 20 hours wired playback.

    After a couple of months of usage, I can say that I love these headphones. If you’re after some stylish, wireless, noise-cancelling headphones, I’d be confident in recommending them.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Poole

    I currently own the Bose Quiet Comfort 3 and Bose Quiet Comfort 15 but bought the Beats Studio as could not find a Bose set that were both Bluetooth (wireless) and had the noise cancelling feature before going on holiday. These really are a truly amazing set. Easy to use with my IPhone 5s. I like the little battery display that comes up on the iPhone for the beats. Sound quality is perfect, great volume and base. When I use them with the phone on calls, the clarity is good both at my end and the other person can hear me clearly. Highly recommended!

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