The music moves with you
With the Beats by Dr. Dre Studio Wireless over-ear headphones the music on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod can truly roam free. The Bluetooth stays connected up to 30 feet away so you easily move about and keep the music going. Take calls, skip songs, and change the volume right from the headphone.
Feel your music
The Beats Acoustic Engine gives you an intimate, real encounter with your music. Thanks to Beats' signature DSP software delivers the exact emotional experience that Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine, and some of the music industry's greatest rock, hip-hop, pop, electronic, and R&B producers want you to feel.
Put the world on mute
Silence the noise from your daily commute or the drama from your loud neighbors with Beats' no-compromise dual-mode Adaptive Noise Canceling (ANC). When you're listening to music, ANC automatically strikes a balance between your audio and the world outside. And if you want to use the headphone just to cancel external noise, ANC-only mode automatically increases the level of noise cancellation to make things even quieter.
The built-in rechargeable battery that lasts 12 hours when using wirelessly and 20 hours when you do decide to plug in—so you can be sure your vibe keeps going. With the Battery Fuel Gauge you can see at a glance how much juice is available. Plus, you can charge the new Studio via standard micro USB adapter almost anywhere.
Lighter, stronger, and more comfortable
When Beats re-imagined these legendary headphones, they designed it like a beautiful sports car and made disciplined choices. They streamlined the new Beats Studio with fast curves, smooth surfaces, and no visible screws. It now weighs less than the original and has a lighter, stronger, and more comfortable headband. The ear cups are softer and there's an ergonomic bellow to create a flexible, custom fit for every head shape, so you can keep your music all to yourself.
- The new Beats Studio is now wireless
- Beats Acoustic Engine uses precision sound to deliver music the way artists want it to be heard
- Rechargeable battery lasts 12 hours while connected through Bluetooth and up to 20 hours when plugged into your iOS device
- Adaptive Noise Canceling blocks out the world in two modes
- Battery fuel gauge lets you know how much power is left
Did you notice?Mic and controls built into ear cup gives you solid playback control, plus crystal-clear hands-free calling on your iPhone.
Apple Recommends ForWirelessly listen to music or watch films on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with powerful, precise sound.
What's in the Box?
- Beats by Dr. Dre Studio Wireless over-ear headphones
- RemoteTalk cable
- 3.5 mm audio cable
- USB 2.0 cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B)
- USB power adapter
- Hard-shell carrying case
- Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
- Other Features: Active Noise Cancelling, With Remote and Mic, Wireless
- Form Factor: Over Ear
- Mfr. Part Number: MH8H2AM/A
- UPC or EAN No.: 848447009077
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One-year limited
- *Battery lasts 12 hours when listening wirelessly and 20 hours when you plug in the headphones.
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Ratings & Reviews
Better call in Dr. Dre because these puppies are sick!
Wireless is wonderful. I don't have to worry about a cord sagging by my left side and I can leave my iPhone in one room and go to Wireless is wonderful. I don't have to worry about a cord sagging by my left side and I can leave my iPhone in one room and go to another all without stopping my music. Yeah, once in a while the music will stop or scratch but it fixes itself and life goes on. If this bothers you, you do have the option to use an auxiliary cord. I enjoy the sound quality and the noise cancellation. Bose noise cancellation is a little better, but I like that these have their own built-in, rechargeable battery. The battery life is nice; I can listen to my music while doing homework for a couple days before having to charge. The charging takes maybe a little over an hour at most. Overall, I really enjoy these headphones and recommend them to everyone. Don't like Beats?....don't buy them, but give them a shot! …
- Written by Cole R from Fargo
90 of 102 people found this useful
Phenomenal sound and battery for wireless
These headphones are amazing. Both the style and bass is more subdued compared the previous studio beats and it really works in it These headphones are amazing. Both the style and bass is more subdued compared the previous studio beats and it really works in it's favour. The sound is less muddy by not sacrificing the mids and highs for artificially punchy bass (while keeping the lows well represented). I have only used them a handful of times wired (I'm in wireless 95% of the time) but there is no noticeable difference in sound quality between wired and wireless modes. The range is pretty decent (I get about 25-30 feet through walls/floors) but it is best in open areas. The fit and finish is top notch and it is dead simple to setup and control. Very comfortable too, as I have been using them for weeks now, hours at a time with little to no discomfort. The built-in mic could be a touch louder and the Noise cancelling isn't at the Level of Bose, but it is more than adequate for everything from the daily commute to drowning out office sounds.
They are pricey (the only "con") but if you can swing it, and wireless in important – you won't regret it. …
- Written by Roberto F from Winnipeg
73 of 81 people found this useful
Very nice sound quality.
This is the first time I am buying Beats headphones and I am not disappointed.
The headphones are nice and easy to wear. The This is the first time I am buying Beats headphones and I am not disappointed.
The headphones are nice and easy to wear. The sound is very good for a wireless device.
I would also suggest that you don't buy it based on any comment and go try it yourself in a store to have a better idea.
- Written by Cherif K from Longueuil
28 of 30 people found this useful
I bought these pair of headphones because Apple bought Beats.and i compared it to my Bose QuiteComfort 25.well i have to say Beats I bought these pair of headphones because Apple bought Beats.and i compared it to my Bose QuiteComfort 25.well i have to say Beats sound better than Bose.But loses out on the noise cancellation part.and the Beats sound really bad wired,well its supposed to be wireless right?lol forget it.overall i prefer Beats Studio Wireless over my Bose QC25.well haters gonna say bla bla but who cares,my Beats is a perfect companion for my Iphone 6.With lots of love from Indonesia! …
- Written by Hermes H from Jakarta
1 of 1 people found this useful
Nothing but great music
These headphones last a very long time with there excellent noise cancellation system and the flawless wireless system. Towards th These headphones last a very long time with there excellent noise cancellation system and the flawless wireless system. Towards the end of battery life, the sound quality becomes a bit muddy with the wireless system but that problem can be easily fixed by using the cable or charging it more often. I personally love the way these headphones look and are the cushions and padding are very comfortable and feel great. They aren't heavy at all unlike the previous studio headphones and are very durable and solid. They come with a carrying case protecting the headphones while being transported or carried around. I'm very happy with my decision in buying this device. …
- Written by Alec S from Hudson
3 of 4 people found this useful
Close, but not quite Apple perfection
First, it uses a micro USB cable for charging. The point of having wireless headphones is to have fewer wires. It should use a l First, it uses a micro USB cable for charging. The point of having wireless headphones is to have fewer wires. It should use a lightning cable, as does my iPad and iPhone.
Second, switching between devices isn't as simple as it could be. I got these headphones to replace the in-ear JayBird BlueBuds X. The BlueBuds can switch between iPad, iPhone, and laptop simply by telling the main device to connect. The Beats require pressing the control in the right headphone then connecting via the device. …
- Written by William F from Buford
2 of 7 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Do they worked with the iPad air 2
- Asked by Jefferey B from Union
- Dec 16, 2014
Yes they do! I tested them in the store and I bought a pair and they work oh so nice at home with my Yes they do! I tested them in the store and I bought a pair and they work oh so nice at home with my iPad Air 2! They also work great with the new iPhone 6. I'm in heaven! …
- Answered by Tina H from Manitowoc
- Dec 27, 2014
do you have to have a apple product to use them
- Asked by Angie B from Albuquerque
- Dec 3, 2014
No you don't, you should be able to use these with any device that has bluetooth.
- Answered by Nicco S from Melbourne
- Dec 21, 2014
Can Dr. Dre Studio Wireless headphones be used with android devices too?
- Asked by Douglas O from Mint Hill
- Nov 15, 2014
Yes they can, as long as the device has bluetooth it should be able to pair with the headphones with Yes they can, as long as the device has bluetooth it should be able to pair with the headphones without any problem. …
- Answered by Nicco S from Melbourne
- Dec 21, 2014
Didn't get one with mine
- Answered by Paul C
- Oct 7, 2014
In wired mode, will these headphones work even when the battery is flat (but without noise cancellation) or do they stop working altogether?
- Asked by Thomas G from Keysborough
- Jan 11, 2014
Battery is needed for use in all modes since it powers the Noise Cancelling and it's always on.
- Answered by Roberto F from Winnipeg
- Jan 30, 2014
What is the difference between the 2013 and the 2014 models of these wireless headphones?
- Asked by Billy M
- Nov 24, 2014