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: MHAJ2AM/A
- UPC or EAN No.: 848447010240
- 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
Excellent Wireless Headphones!
I went into the Apple store and to my surprise they had the new studio wireless in stock. Came out with the Matte black ones and I I went into the Apple store and to my surprise they had the new studio wireless in stock. Came out with the Matte black ones and I love the look of these. Sound is great.... No more wires!! Quality is amazing and I love how you can plug them into your computer and update the firmware!! Really great technology here! Great for the gym with no wires to hold you back! …
- Written by Christopher D from Gotha
153 of 175 people found this useful
I'm not a fan boy, I tried (& quickly returned) the original Beats Studio & Beats Executive as they were both garbag Disclaimer:
I'm not a fan boy, I tried (& quickly returned) the original Beats Studio & Beats Executive as they were both garbage from an audio perspective.
Sorry so called audiophiles - I tried B&W P7 & Sennheiser Momentum Over Ears but for my predominantly Hip Hop, R&B & Reggae library the Beats are clearly the superior audio option.
They're far from neutral sounding, the bass is heavy but it's controlled & doesn't distort at high volume. The highs are bright while the mid range is surprisingly clear.
Add to that the wireless function & the 12 - 20 hour rechargeable battery & it was an easy win.
Picked mine up in store in the UK although strangely they're still not on the Apple UK online store? …
- Written by Curtis B from Nottingham
135 of 160 people found this useful
The best headphones I've listened to. That includes B&W and Klipsch
These headphones are fantastic. They have a much more balance sound over the previous generation Studio model, but still pack a pu These headphones are fantastic. They have a much more balance sound over the previous generation Studio model, but still pack a punch in the right places.
The 30 foot bluetooth range is great, as I never experienced a dropped connection or static as I moved 15-25 feet away from my iPhone 5s.
I love the black matte finish. It's stylish and fashionable at the same time, yet subtle enough to wear in a corporate environment, if desired. They have a slimmer profile, are lighter and sleeker than the previous generation; thus, you won't feel uncomfortable wearing these as your main everyday headphones.
These have replaced my B&W and Klipsch headphones. I'm a fan! Great purchase. …
- Written by TERRY S from BROOKLYN
117 of 133 people found this useful
So close to perfect it's a little sad!
I was skeptical about Beats after listening to the older "boomy" models but after sampling the Studio Wireless at different Apple I was skeptical about Beats after listening to the older "boomy" models but after sampling the Studio Wireless at different Apple Stores I started to come around. While vacationing in DC, I grabbed these in Matte Black at the Georgetown store.
My wife has Bose QC25s so it was fun to compare the two and fully expected the Bose to win but WOW, in overall sound the Beats sound better. I was shocked! The highs are brighter and the lows are way better. An example is Pittbull and Marc Anthony's "Rain Over Me." During Marc Anthony's main riff a huge bass roll drops from a low to almost sub-sonic in the first two seconds of the song. With the Bose on, the bass fades as it bottoms out. They just can't handle the low frequency. The Beats easily handle the bass but retain all high and mid tones. That's a real accomplishment.
When it comes to noise canceling, the Bose win hands down, no contest. Bose invented ANR, patented the *bleep* out of it and no one comes close. I got to do a side-by-side comparison on the plane ride home from DC and my wife's Bose shamed the Beats in noise cancellation.
I like Bose's battery vs. Beats recharge system too. You can always find a battery. Also, the Beats egg-shaped case is a pain! And why no cord pockets? Come on! The Beats comes with three cords!
The best sound around and I'm glad I bought them but they totally lack effective ANR, the odd-shaped case is a pain to pack in a messenger bag, the lack of cord pockets are minuses. So close Beats! Maybe Jony Ive will help Beats get the details right. …
- Written by Kennard Y from Apison
In fear of sounding like a "Beats Fanboy", I have to say I have no regrets in buying these. Yes, they were expensive but "I" perso In fear of sounding like a "Beats Fanboy", I have to say I have no regrets in buying these. Yes, they were expensive but "I" personally have not had any issue with them. No, I'm not a "Sound Expert" nor do I have any certification in the speaker industry so feel free to take what I think of them as grain of Salt but from an average consumer, these are the best. Bose focuses on crisp and clear vocals which is fine depending on what kind of music you listen to. But I like bass in my music. Some have complained of "fraying" in the soft ear cups but I haven't experienced that yet. Basically, treat the headphones as they were meant to be treated: listening to music, watching videos, etc. and you'll be very happy with them. I already own the Powerbeats 2 Wireless and I use them at the gym all the time and have had no problems with them. Some say they're expensive and they are but you get exactly what you pay for. …
- Written by Mike N from Bellevue
1 of 1 people found this useful
Beats Studio Wireless
I purchased the Beats Studio Wireless at my local Best Buy. While I love the fact they come with a rechargeable battery, are wirel I purchased the Beats Studio Wireless at my local Best Buy. While I love the fact they come with a rechargeable battery, are wireless and have bluetooth cability, they do hiss a lot, the top of the hand band hurts my head. These are both changes that Beats needs to implement.
I was much more impressed with my returned Bose c25 purchase and I would have kept them if they were wireless. …
- Written by Kristin L from St. Thomas
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Do they work with no charge when using an aux cable
- Asked by Jack B
- Apr 9, 2015
No. have to have charge. although it rarely runs out of juice with even a solid 4-5 days of use so i No. have to have charge. although it rarely runs out of juice with even a solid 4-5 days of use so its a minimal problem …
- Answered by Tiarnan K
- Apr 23, 2015
Will it work with an Iwatch?
- Asked by Jonathan J from Greenville
- May 3, 2015
Yes it can,
Most all Bluetooth headphones can be paired with the Apple Watch
- Answered by Gifton O from Lynnwood
- May 5, 2015
Would it be alright to wear these while working out? Do they overheat your ears during a workout and should I be concerned over sweat ruining them?
- Asked by Noah S from Manalapan
- Mar 17, 2015
Can Beats Wireless Studio headphones be paired with a bluetooth tv
- Asked by Joe L from Yakima
- Dec 1, 2014
So far it's not working for me either... very disappointing.
- Answered by Mathieu H from Montreal
- Mar 9, 2015