A complete update of Beats' most popular model, the Beats by Dr. Dre Solo2 headphones offer improved acoustics, a wider range of sound, and enhanced clarity for all the music on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. They also deliver even greater comfort thanks to a streamlined, lightweight, and durable design.
Feel a new kind of sound
The Solo2 headphones have a more dynamic and wider range of sound, with a clarity that can bring you closer to what the artist intended you to hear. You'll feel the higher fidelity audio no matter what type of music you play.
Starting at the center of the flexible headband, the frame is curved even more to enhance the custom-fit feeling. The earcups are ergonomically angled to complete this natural fit, and they pivot for optimal comfort and sound delivery. The earcups' premium material also helps dissipate heat and minimize sound leakage.
Fast-flowing curves, a lack of visible screws, and easy foldability exemplify the sleek aesthetic of Beats Solo2. That thoughtful approach extends to engineering and material selection, which together resulted in a more durable headphone that stands up to extended use.
No need to reach for your iOS device
With the color-matched RemoteTalk cable, you can change songs, adjust the volume, and even take calls without having to reach for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. (Functionality may vary by device.)
- Updated acoustics enhance clarity
- Streamlined lightweight design for improved comfort
- Durable and compact folding design for easy portability
- Take calls and control music on your iOS devices with RemoteTalk cable
Did you notice?RemoteTalk cable puts taking calls and controlling the audio at your fingertips.
Apple Recommends ForHearing all the music on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod the way the artist intended.
What's in the Box?
- Beats by Dr. Dre Solo2 On-Ear Headphones
- RemoteTalk cable
- Carrying case
- Other Features: With Remote and Mic, Works Without Batteries
- Form Factor: On Ear
- Mfr. Part Number: MH8Y2AM/A
- UPC or EAN No.: 848447012541
- 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
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Ratings & Reviews
These headphones are great
- Written by christopher C from stouffville
35 of 55 people found this useful
Good sound but too tight
Their sound is definitely better than the solo HD headphones. But these are way too tight. They became uncomfortable very quickly Their sound is definitely better than the solo HD headphones. But these are way too tight. They became uncomfortable very quickly and didn't loosen up over time. I returned these to beats and went back to the slightly-inferior-sound-but-much-more-comfortable solo HDs. …
- Written by MICHELLE F from Royal Oak
37 of 60 people found this useful
Very good earphone!
It is very quiet. Sound Prove. From the noise of the around area noises. Good Price. I have one. I forgot in my native country, My It is very quiet. Sound Prove. From the noise of the around area noises. Good Price. I have one. I forgot in my native country, Myanmar. I will need to buy it again in here. I must buy it. Thank you very muchfor reading my recommatation letter forDr.Dre Solo 2 On=Ear Headphones! …
- Written by Steven W from Vista
43 of 76 people found this useful
Beats Solo2 wireless-F - product performed below expectation
I love LOUD high quality music. Unfortunately, the Beats Solo2 and my iPad Air pair did not perform as expected.
Consequently, I I love LOUD high quality music. Unfortunately, the Beats Solo2 and my iPad Air pair did not perform as expected.
Consequently, I returned my Beats Solo 2 headphones (wireless) for a low end brand ($10.00). And yes, the low end brand performs
about the same as the $300.00 Beats (when used with my iPad).
ps..I did noticed a HUGE difference in performance when I paired the Beats Solo2 with another popular mobile device.
That being said, The Beats sound quality varies via the device its paired with. …
- Written by Armara P from Arlington
Beats Solo2 On-Ear Headphones Red
My son insisted on buying the Beats Solo2 On-Ear wired headphones with his Christmas money (when he did not get them as a gift). W My son insisted on buying the Beats Solo2 On-Ear wired headphones with his Christmas money (when he did not get them as a gift). We checked reviews before Christmas and found only good reviews saying that the new models since Apple took over Beats were better sounding and better quality construction. We got the headphones on 12/29/14. Now on 02/25/15, not even two months later, the sound on the right side is completely out. My son told me it started a day or two ago when it would start cutting out and he could reposition the headphones and get the sound back. But, now no matter what we do there is no sound on the right hand side. I re-checked reviews and we have found several citing the same issue with the right side losing sound. We expected better quality from a $200 set of headphones. We are extremely disappointed in the product. …
- Written by Lindell B
3 of 4 people found this useful
I bought the headphones for my son, and with in a month they broke. Also over the course of the month the paint chips off and the I bought the headphones for my son, and with in a month they broke. Also over the course of the month the paint chips off and the sound becomes worse. Just because some athletes promote this product doesn't make it the best on the market. Trust me there are much better headphones out there. …
- Written by Lary B from Kansas City
3 of 7 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Does the Beats cable fit into the lifeproof earphone jack?
- Asked by Cesar B from Parker
- Dec 17, 2014
No, unfortunately I have a iPhone 5c with a lifeproof case and a pair of beats solo 2's and it turns No, unfortunately I have a iPhone 5c with a lifeproof case and a pair of beats solo 2's and it turns out the cable jack for the beats are too wide to fit into the lifeproof... You can still take the case off when not in use and listen to them though. …
- Answered by Chris S from Seaford
- Feb 3, 2015
Can I wear working out?
- Asked by Yvonne S from Sarasota
- Feb 9, 2015
- Answered by Dave R from Austin
- Feb 25, 2015
Is the carrying case rigid?
- Asked by Kieran F
- Feb 3, 2015
- Answered by Ali J from Dearborn
- Mar 6, 2015
How does Remote cable button work?
- Asked by Leonard P from Muskegon
- Nov 11, 2014
Single tap _____________________________________________________
Single tap = play/pause
Single tap and hold = Siri (On compatible devices!)
Double tap = next song
Triple tap = previous song
Double tap and hold = scrub forward in current song
Triple tap and hold = scrub backward in current song
Top and bottom buttons
Single tap top = volume up
Single tap bottom = volume down
- Answered by David F from Morganton
- Nov 14, 2014
Is this headphone compatible with a MacBook Pro from Mid-2012?
- Asked by Gabriela R from Porto Alegre
- Jul 9, 2014
- Answered by Tiffany R from Los Angeles
- Jul 29, 2014