Beats Studio Pro – Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones – Personalized Spatial Audio, USB-C Lossless Audio, Apple & Android Compatibility, Up to 40 Hours Battery Life – Black Electronics

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BEATS’ CUSTOM ACOUSTIC PLATFORM delivers rich, immersive sound whether you’re listening to music or taking calls.   LOSSLESS AUDIO via USB-C plus three distinct built-in sound profiles to enhance your listening experience   HEAR WHAT YOU WANT with two distinct listening modes: fully-adaptive Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) and Transparency mode   ENHANCED COMPATIBILITY with one-touch pairing and a robust set of native Apple and Android features   PERSONALIZED SPATIAL AUDIO with dynamic head tracking place you at the center of an immersive 360-degree listening experience   LONGER LISTENING – Up to 40 hours total battery life. A 10-minute Fast Fuel charge provides up to 4 hours of additional playback.   LOUD AND CLEAR – Voice-targeting mics precisely filter background noise for crisp, clear call performance    

              ON DEVICE CONTROLS – Take calls, control your music, and activate Siri with the multi-function on-ear controls WIRELESSLY CONNECT to more devices with Industry-leading wireless Class 1 Bluetooth for extended range and fewer dropouts WHAT’S IN THE BOX: Beats Studio Pro Wireless headphones, Woven carrying case, 3.5mm audio cable, Universal USB-C charging cable, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Card.

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Product Dimensions

‎7.01 x 3.07 x 7.13 inches

Item Weight

‎0.26 Kilograms





Item model number



‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

‎July 19, 2023

Charging Time

‎40 Hours


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59 reviews for Beats Studio Pro – Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones – Personalized Spatial Audio, USB-C Lossless Audio, Apple & Android Compatibility, Up to 40 Hours Battery Life – Black Electronics

  1. D

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    great headphones but catches on my hair often

    I have long/layers and even when my hair is up if I’m not careful my hair will get caught between the ear padding and the bridge area, its ripped out some hairs many times.BUT – love the sound and noise cancel

  2. Hawraa M.Hawraa M.

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I hardly leave reviews because If I love it I just do, but this one I had to, these are absolutely worth the money! I got them only yesterday and haven’t stopped using them. The noise cancellation is a GAME CHANGER when listening by to music or just in general, although it doesn’t completely cancel all noise (what does?) it cancels a pretty good amount and if you add music while the noise cancellation is on you won’t even hear a thing around you. They are so so worth the money, great purchase.

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  3. Caitlyn Dauscher

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    So great, but

    super cute, but they look a little big on my head plus they’re slightly uncomfortable with my piercings (conchs and industrial are the most uncomfortable) plus not the best noise cancellation but great bass and great for the gym

  4. Rena V

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Don’t waste your money and time

    I had the product for exactly 29 days and they stop working now they say I can’t get a refund W T F , I’m so PissedOff. $300 bucks down the drain never again you guys have no shame

  5. Madeline

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    I bought these on sale for almost half off.The sale price is the only way they are worth it. I would NOT pay full price for them. Decent headphones and noise canceling with a great battery life.

  6. Ashleigh

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I bought this for my boyfriend for Christmas and he looooves them. They’re originally too expensive for my pocket but I managed to get them for HALF OFF on here and I’m so glad I was able t. The sound quality is amaaaaaazing

  7. Amy & Kris Hurtt

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    LOVE! LOVE! LOVE!Saw so many people wearing them at the gym and didn’t really understand the hype until I had a pair. The noise canceling alone is such a must when running/walking on the treadmill around others at the gym. When working out the constant noise of weights hitting the floor and/or hearing people next to you heavily breath or cough can be quite annoying at times. With this pair of headphones it’s like you’re in your own little world and it is truly relaxing. If you have been contemplating on if you should buy a pair or not….BUY THEM! You deserve it and won’t regret it! This is coming from someone who has a hard time spending money on myself and have worn AirPods for YEARS. 1000000/10 recommend!

  8. Jonathan Ortiz

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely life changing.

    Once you use these you’ll never want to use ear buds again. I have air pods pro and I got these as a gift and they are AMAZING. The battery life is crazy bro. These things lasted for a whole week with no charge. And they fully charge in a hour. You can even use them while they’re charging. The sound quality is top notch. They have a stereo mode that’s absolutely amazing. I heard tracks in my music that I’ve never heard before. There’s even a setting where you can have your music head tracked so it stays in one place to make it sound like you’re at a concert. The noise cancellation and transparency are amazing. They are extremely durable. I spilled my water bottle on them and I thought they were broken. THEY STILL WORKED PERFECTLY. I even got water in the ear part and they still worked. I frickin love these headphones. Now I never use my air pods.

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  9. David Keller

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Buy! Incredible Sound

    I purchased the Beats Pro as a less expensive alternative to the Air Pods Max, which I gave to my wife. I like the fact that the Beats Pro have the 3.5mm Audio Input so that I can listen to my vinyl as well. As far as the sound is concerned: I am kinda blown away. Whether I am listening Van Halen or classical music, I am truly surprised by how clear the audio is. These will be my go-to from now on.

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  10. deborah

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    They are okay but for the price I expected more

    They don’t really cancel the noise well. I like the way they look but they are a bit heavy and start to hurt my head after a bit of wear. The music sounds pretty good through them though and the mic works good on phone calls. Battery life and quick charge are also impressive

  11. Jason Webster

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    They are usable.

    The sound quality is good and they have a good battery life. However they get really uncomfortable after about 45 minutes. The ear pads are really thin and squishy so they are not that comfortable. To fix that though get a set of wicked customs cushions. They make the studio pros feel so much better. The wicked customs pads are thicker and they are less squishy so they stay super comfortable for longer. Wish that I didn’t have to replace the pads but it was easy and makes the studio pros feel so much better so it’s with it.

  12. TimTim

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not what I expected…! [UPDATE]

    I have changed my negative review because my replacement pair just came today!I was very disappointed in these headphones initially. I took them back to the Apple Store after they broke 4 weeks in and they sent me a replacement pair at no cost. These work way better even on iOS. Where as the sound quality was terrible before its sound way better now and the noise cancellation actually works. They also feel more sturdy and reliable than the previous pair. Overall, I’m pleased. Could’ve just been a bad pair, but glad I didn’t let that ruin my experience because it almost did.

  13. Sampriorities

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Well worth the price

    I’ve always wanted a pair of beats headphone, and when I saw these on sale I couldn’t resist!The battery life is impressive and being able to transition from transparency to notice cancellation is definitely my favorite pro about these!Very comfortable, I highly recommend these for Autistic individuals who need a good pair of headphones for personal use and public use.

  14. S M

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones!!

    I love this headphones, was sick of all on ear headphones that I can’t keep on my ear for longer then a half hour if I don’t want to feel it for the next few days, so bought this one, and now I can wear it for hours! Very comfortable, super good sound, great for phone calls with a good microphone, cool feuters, wonderful noise cancelation, and much more! Worth every dollar spent! Recommended!

  15. megan

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product

    i had the solo pros for a few years till one ear stopped playing in noise canceling mode. i absolutely loved those, these studios pros are excellent in all ways pretty much the same just a little updated and over the ear. only complaints i have are i liked the sleek design of the solo pros better and my package was missing the charging cord and i am not sure why. amazon support stated they cannot replace a missing piece unless i completely return the item which id prefer not to do. overall 9.5/10

  16. Misha Moon

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth the very low price I paid

    I would never pay full price for this. But at the cost that I paid which was about 2/3 off, these are the best headphones I’ve ever had. But paying more than $150 for headphones is criminal. But again I’m reviewing for the cost that I paid, which was incredibly reasonable for a set of headphones with this feature set.

  17. Zack

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Comfortable and Noise Canceling!

    These headphones are everything I dreamed they’d be. Many people have told me I could find the same quality or better for cheaper, which may or may not be true, but I’m honestly glad I got these. (They were on sale anyway).Even though I might agree they’re overpriced, they really are outstanding. I don’t know that much about sound quality, and the differences that exist between products, but if I could describe the sound coming out of these headphones: I feel like I can hear every cord on guitars, every beat on drums, and the very vibration in my favorite artists’ voice while they’re singing. This is of course all further improved by seemless noise canceling.Obviously, it would not be possible to block out every sound (like the insanely loud truck horns when I go outside to take the trash out), but I will say my family members have had to SHOUT to get my attention at times lol. And I mean they were seriously screaming bloody murder. I really don’t hear anything but music when I have these things on and in noise cancelling mode. In fact, at one point I had them in transparency mode without realizing and I could hear the ambient noises coming from TV still (which is what alerted me to them not being in noise cancelling), so I switched them back in the app and the sound from my TV was cut out completely in a second. I’m not going to lie, it impressed me. Maybe I’m easy to impress.I could probably go on and on about these, but bottom line: yes they are an overpriced brand name and not the only good product you could get, but if you do decide to buy them you won’t be disappointed or feel it’s a waste of money. If you want to splurge and treat yourself, these headphones are a safe choice.And hey, if you’re filthy rich, what do I care what you do with your money?

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  18. Abigail

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    they are nice

    so reading the comments made me double think myself on buying them. I wanted larger headphones that were nicer on my ears and had good sound. people were saying they weren’t bigger than other products they had and all that stuff. I bought them anyways since they were on a really good sale and I will say I’m very happy with them. there are some things that seem to be not as good but that might just be in my head. I feel like the battery life isn’t as good as the solo’s? I feel like my solos can last me ages and ages and I wouldn’t have to worry but the pro’s feel like they die a little faster. don’t get me wrong, they still last but not as long. Next, I have an issue shutting them off. I go to turn them on after KNOWING I turned them off and they are on already. Finally, In the beginning it seemed like they wouldn’t let me skip or pause my music when using them. It started to work after a few days but it was annoying. All and all, the Sound and all are nice and the feeling of them are a lot better than my solo’s.

  19. Brian

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones

    Compared to my dearly departed Beats 2.0s, the bass is much improved being tight and accurate and deep, treble response is much improved, battery life is great for me. Even makes cassettes sound clearer. I can only hear gym chatter between songs with noise cancellation on, but when a song is playing even at a low volume all gym noise and spin classes are blocked out with the exception of people clanging weights a bit. Only issue is creaking I hear occasionally from the plastic left earphone when I move my head around which is aggravating for the price so I have to try to move the headphones a bit and the creaking will subside. Very happy overall.

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  20. John Peacock

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Too good a price to pass up

    For what I paid, like $165, I couldn’t be disappointed. I’m a Samsung guy, JBL Pulse 5 for home work and travel, JBL for the car speakers, Samsung Soundbar for home, but the headphones and earbuds are always just not enough. I have Fits Pro, and liked the sound, but needed something bigger for travel, and these fit the bill. I’m at the point I really can’t tolerate Bluetooth, it’s a weak technology and doesn’t do anything for high fidelity. These with the usb-c option, giving you great lossless, though not absolutely lossless, are a huge step in the right direction.

  21. Blessed

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I have both an iPhone 14 & a Samsung S23. When I first paired these beats studio pros to the iPhone, I was quite disappointed. The sound quality was low & muffled-missing more to be desired especially with the lack of bass- like previous reviewers have stated.HOWEVER, On the Samsung S23 these headphones sound amazing! It comes with its own dedicated beats APP that the iPhone doesn’t have! The sound was a huge NOTABLE DIFFERENCE. Every instrument possible could be heard-the bass enriched the instrumentals-completely matching the sounds surrounding it.THE TRUE MAGIC arrived when I connected the USB-C to my Galaxy Book 2 Pro. This granted me access to DOLBY ATMOS & LOSSLESS AUDIO. This where I could also access 3 different “EQ” Settings. Ranging to “BEATS SIGNATURE, Entertainment mode, & a conversational mode. I could also seamlessly switch between my Samsung back to my galaxy book. This FEATURE however does not exist with an iPhone & MACBOOK.BEWARE IF YOU’RE USING IOS ONLY!Considering I can use these STUDIO BEATS into my Samsung ecosystem with such BEATIFUL SOUND, I rate these “BEATS STUDIO PROS a 5-star Soley for that reason. However, if you’re in the IPHONE ecosystem I would rate these a SOLID 1 STAR- as it is lacking many features that are present & shown on PC.A few OTHER FEATURES: to mention if you’re still reading by now.ANC: NOISE CANCELATION: Is not perfect but is more than enough. I would say that it doesn’t completely cancel out the background noise, but it does reduce it to 65%.TRANSPRACEY MODE: is not perfect as well but not bad either. I can still hear myself talk & move. This could be better but its FAIR-not great or bad.COMFRTABILITY: Wore these for the first 4 hours & I can say these feel amazing & light. At the 5th hour However, I did start to notice my ears would feel a little irritated from the ear cups pressing on a little too firm but its bearable nothing too bad. I love that they fold back & the case is very durable & flexible.BATTERY: The battery is amazing & charges 4 hours in 10minutes. I have not tested the battery completely myself, but I did leave them on for 8 hours straight at full charge- it’s still at 76%The rest is for you to DISCOVER!

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  22. MahajoMahajo

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Low cost AirPods Max alternative! A classic revisited!

    My earliest forays into a More expensive headphone was with the Beats Brand and the wired Beats Pro headphones. Then I graduated to the wireless Beats Studios, as well as the Executive headphones and those were my headphones for years. I don’t recall the noise cancelling being anything at all and of course there was no such thing as a transparency mode back then, but at the time I loved the look, the colors (especially metallic gold of the Beats Studios) and enjoyed the heavy bass sound they provided. As I grew more sophisticated and appreciated more sound quality, I moved on to other headphones (plus my last pair of Beats Studio the hinge broke on one side). I had tried the Beats Solo Pros and wanted to love them but they were, though improved, still an on-ear headphone and too uncomfortable for me. I had hoped then that an update for the Studios to Studio Pros was imminent but turned out it would be awhile before this did come to pass but I knew once it did I would have to buy them and try them out eventually. It didn’t take long as I saw they went on sale for $100 off only a month after release and I jumped on that deal! I am pleasantly impressed for the most part. They do a lot of the same things as the AirPods Max, if not as well. Sound quality is really good and has a more neutral sound than previous Beats Studios did. The Dolby Atmos with head tracking is fun. They are a little bright sounding and I sometimes have to either turn down the volume or use the eq on the iPhone Music App to lower the treble, or turn off the Spatial Stereo feature in the control center, (long press on the volume slider) but overall I find the sound pleasant and lively. There are no wear sensors, but I love the old school B buttons for pausing, volume and skipping and rewinding tracks very easy and intuitive after using Beats Studios for years so I don’t really miss it that much frankly. They are fairly comfortable, the cushioning on the ear pads and headband are plush but they do have a strong clamping force which might bother some but doesn’t bother me overly much, and I am fan of how stable they feel on my head. Noise canceling is quite good but as is expected not at AirPods Max level. I’ve always loved the 5 LED lights on the bottoms of the right ear cup which will show you the battery level when pressed. A double press of this button will switch between ANC and Transparency. Long press for Bluetooth pairing. No auto-switching between devices but once connected to a device in your iCloud, they automatically show up in other devices in the cloud and a press within the Bluetooth’s settings will switch it to the other device quickly and easily. The headphones will announce messages and you have the ability to use “Hey, Siri’ but I’ve noticed sometimes audio will stop with an announcement or Siri activation and may not continue playing music on its own, but a simple press of the “B” button will start play again. On the AirPods Max audio will reduce significantly but not stop, but with these the sound stops abruptly which can be jarring at first when the announcement is made. Of course you can turn off announcements in the control center if you want to avoid the interruption altogether. Build quality is plastic but still solid with metal sliders that have a jarring but somehow pleasing click as you slide them in or out. They are also very light, certainly lighter than the AirPods Max (which I also own). Also the case is nice with a spot for cables and even another pouch inside on the other side if you need it, but can’t really imagine adding much as with the headphones in, there really isn’t a lot of room. If you can get these on sale especially I would recommend then as a less pricey alternative to the more expensive headphones like the AirPods Max. I’m a fan of the sandstone color, I hear the dark colors, especially black, are finger smear magnets. These are a little bit like that, but with the light color it is much less of an issue. These are a classic revisited and I will always have a soft spot for the Beats Studio (now pros) headphones! I forgot to mention that you can use the usb c cable for lossless audio from your computer or iPad, which is awesome, although i have yet to try that out as I am all about wireless functionality, I don’t like being tied down to wires! Still great option, and one the AirPods Max cannot do (yet anyway). These are a great option for those not willing or able to spend more and still great a great headphone!

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  23. Joseph Fragale Jr.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Exceptional Sound and Comfort

    I recently invested in the Beats Studio Pro headphones, and I couldn’t be happier with my purchase. From the moment I put them on, I was blown away by the immersive sound quality. The bass is deep and rich, while the treble remains crisp and clear, delivering an audio experience that truly elevates my music listening and movie watching.What sets the Studio Pro apart, however, is its unparalleled comfort. The over-ear design and plush cushions provide a snug fit without causing any discomfort, even during extended listening sessions. The adjustable headband ensures a perfect fit for any head size, further enhancing the overall comfort level.Additionally, the active noise cancellation feature is incredibly effective, blocking out ambient noise and allowing me to fully immerse myself in my audio without any distractions. The battery life is impressive, providing hours of uninterrupted listening enjoyment on a single charge.Overall, the Beats Studio Pro headphones combine exceptional sound quality, comfort, and functionality into one stylish package. Whether you’re a music enthusiast, a frequent traveler, or simply looking to upgrade your audio experience, I highly recommend the Beats Studio Pro. It’s truly a game-changer.

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  24. Spazzola

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Sound, Good Quality.

    Well, after having lost one of my AirPods (gen3) and not being able to justify purchasing a replacement left pod for $90, I started doing research.I came across these beats studio pros and looked at their stats. 40 hours of play time? Probably the most enticing thing about them to me. Then came the active noise cancellation, and spatialized audio. ANC intrigued me. I wanted it to be better than the AirPods at cutting out sound. While I was looking into these I happened to be doing it during Black Friday deals. Which meant I thought they were $170, which was the price of brand new AirPods. Then I saw their original price of $350. Which enticed me even more in a way, thinking of the price tag fallacy, higher price must mean quality. I mulled this over and over and eventually ended up missing the half off sale. Then I knew I wanted these babies. I watched and waited for a sale to come up again. I was not willing to pay $350 for wireless headphones, as I am not willing to pay $350 on just about anything, but thats just me. For me, $179 is splurging significantly. I caught another sale. I bought them and hoped for the best.I will have to be honest in saying I was hesitant to stray from AirPods and move over to headphones. The less I have on me the better, so having something sit in my ear rather than over my head appeals to me. But having my device constantly slip out of my ear or feel unsecured was not enjoyable. That’s how I lost my left AirPod in the first place. These headphones feel sturdy for me. I was pleasantly surprised. Although I still did not particularly care for a bulkier heavier device, I did appreciate their securedness. They do eventually make my ears sore but I usually just adjust them. I will not count this against them because every pair of headphones I have ever owned eventually made my ears hurt or gave me a headache. Im sensitive what can I say? The padding on the top band that goes over your head was a nice touch.The ANC is powerful. I loved being immersed in my music. I have no complaints really.Spatial Audio… I personally could care less about it, so I don’t have much to say about it. I just don’t use it as a personal choice, not saying it isn’t good.The sound quality seems adequate to me.The volume is pretty great, I never have to have it all the way up to get clear sounding audio or to feel like I can actually hear something. Which with my AirPods was a constant problem.The mic on these, I am thoroughly impressed with. Compared to my AirPods, its like award winning lol. People on calls usually can’t tell I am using a headset at all.I’m not sure how long it truly takes to charge them, as I haven’t charged them from dead to full yet. I imagine from the little bit of charging I did do when they first arrived they will take a little bit, but to me it’s worth it.Overall, I feel my money was well spent on a good product. I got a better bang for my buck with these beats than I did with my airpods. The compactness of AirPods are nice, and I like a compact item so having a larger device is something to get used to but I still think it’s worth it.

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  25. vladislav grutsenkovladislav grutsenko

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Review And Comparison To The Sennheiser Momentum 4

    Highs: Beats > Sennheiser.High frequencies are good in both headphones, but Sennheiser has them more emphasized. Sometimes it feels like if you crank them slightly higher you’re gona hear sibilants. It’s on the edge and this is not the most pleasant edge to me. However, the sound is accurate and somewhat distinctive in the upper-frequency range for the Sennheiser. As for the Beats, highs are as detailed as on the Sennheiser (if not more) but not overemphasized.Mids: Beats > Sennheiser.Sennheisers have a so-called v-shaped sound profile so it feels like Beats have way more mids. It might be even too much at first, but you get used to it. Beats are more detailed and fast. Sennheiser feels muddy in comparison (but still very precise and detailed compared to Sony and Bose). I think it’s partially because of overemphasized bass that brings distortion into the mid range. You start hearing things that were not originally intended to be there by artists. Because of this, Sennheiser sounds more “musical”, it fills the voids between the instruments and produces an overall “dense” sound. And the Beats have more reference sound. For many instrumental tracks (rock, metal) Beats might sound boring and hollow. I can’t blame the headphones because such music is usually mastered to sound good on consumer electronics. And you can’t put good “dense” sound into an average stereo system. It will sound too muddy and.. just bad. So they leave the voids between the instruments and try to separate them. But on a reference headphone, this sounds… well… too reference :)Electronic music is a completely different story, this is where Beats shine! Electronic sounds are way more precise. And with Beats, you get this precision (especially in the complicated EDM tracks; I mostly listened to psytrance, psychill, idm, etc. But an average techno/trance sounds good as well). Sennheisers sound fine too, but only until you compare them with Beats.Bass: Sennheiser > Beats.The Beats are precise, again, and so is the bass. If the bass was intended in the music that you listen to – you will hear it. And you will hear exactly as much as it was planned by an artist. Rap songs sound great because of that, as well as some EDM tracks with massive sub-bass. As for the Sennheisers, well, they are v-shaped still so they add a subtle amount of bass to the overall mix, and in most cases, this sounds fine and even fun. It also comes without surprise that in bass-heavy rap songs, it starts to sound too overemphasized. In terms of precision, Sennheisers are not as precise but still hold their ground well against sony/bose/etc.Soundstage: Sennheiser > Beats.Soundstage feels subtly more open on the Sennheisers. Probably this is because they are not as precise and produce more “parasite” harmonics that make instruments sound further from your head. I like this effect but this makes me wonder if it’s possible to achieve a good soundstage for closed headphones without compromising the sound speed and precision.ANC/Transparency: Beats > Sennheiser.Beats are slightly better in noise cancellation and noticeably better in transparency mode. Not as good as AirPods Max, but kinda close. Sennheiser is not bad though, it’s just not as good. Wind can be a problem for both headphones, but I don’t care. Beats are better at blocking fan noise but may overemphasize it in the transparency mode.Mic: Sennheiser >> Beats.Sennheiser microphones are superior both in terms of volume and quality. Beats is really mediocre, on the edge of what I would call “usable” for the zoom meetings. On top of that Beats mic sounds really quiet in Windows 11 rendering itself useless. I hope new firmware/drivers will fix that.Ergonomics: Sennheiser > Beats.I like Sennheiser more. Beats have smaller earcups with stiffer ear cushions. Also, the clamping force on my average-sized head is obnoxiously strong. Not to the point when I feel a headache after wearing them for a few hours but still too much in my opinion. However, I like the fact that Beats are more compact. It makes a difference when I listen to them in bed, for example. They don’t rub as much against the pillow and don’t produce a lot of noise like Sennheisers.Sennheiser ear cups are rotating 180 degrees when on the Beats, they barely move. This is important if you want to move one headphone back to open your ear when you need to listen to somebody or something from the outside world quickly. Or if you’re a DJ and need to hear monitors with one of your ears :). Sennheiser earcups pivot and stay perfectly adjacent to your head, unlike the Beats.Connectivity: Beats > Sennheiser.Both headphones are ok when you’re near the source, but the Beats stay connected longer as I walk away from it. The usable distance is like ~30% longer. They also perform better for a source behind a wire mesh or a security door. I know that Sennheiser is capable of working with 2 devices simultaneously and this works pretty well. Not sure about the Beats but I don’t really care…Controls: Beats >> Sennheiser.Beats are very basic. They don’t even have a head detection. And this feels soo good after the glitchy Sennheisers! You can read more details in other Sennheiser reviews, but they are really bad in that aspect. I bit the bullet and used them as my daily drivers, and oh boy… settings were getting changed randomly, I had tons of fantom head detection events, and when I wanted to put them on or off I almost always accidentally touched the right earcup sensor and triggered something (usually play/pause).

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  26. Apple nerd

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The King is back, for a niche audience

    I loved my Beats Solo headphones as a teenager. I’m talking monster cable beats. Nothing was cooler, the bass was thundering, and while it didn’t sound great, it sounded so much better than the iPod in ears or my dad’s old crappy walkman on-ears I was used to. I listen to mostly electronic music, bass/dubstep, house & techno, all of that with some hip/hop and pop sprinkled in as well. I also love movies.As an adult at home, I have my beyerdynamic dt 770 pros for mixing and editing with. I have a pair of AirPods Pro 2s for travel and day to day usage. Recently, I have started to work from home a lot more in meetings, and there has been a lot of construction outside my window, and I hate having things stuck in my ears for hours on end so I was in the market for a pair of noise canceling over ear headphones.My partner has a pair of AirPods Max, I found the sound to be really great, detailed with good sound stage and flat great for voice but clinical and safe in all respects and lacking the bass I was looking for. Even with the top-of-the-pack anc and apple integration features I was used to on my in-ears I never could swallow the price. Also they were comfortable, but so heavy and not suited for long periods of wear. And the case was weird.So I tried the bereydynamic lagoon ANCs. They were garbage. Impossible to use the controls and pair with devices, sounded really good but not as good as I would expect from this brand, and the issues go on and on. They did have good bass, but the anc barely worked. I liked them at a lot at first, but they fell apart so quickly.Then I saw that apple had brand new beats headphones, and were 30% off on Amazon. I had to try them, the nostalgia hit hard and I’m so happy they didn’t change the iconic design from the studio 2s which I also liked as a replacement for my solos. I. Am. Floored. Super lightweight yet feel very solid and no creaking, apple integration features (i consider no auto switching to be a plus tbh, but icloud pairing is a must. Works very well with Apple TV), but the sound! Is so FUN. It’s like I’m in a concert hall with huge racks of speakers and towers of subwoofers. So much better than my old beats, by a landslide. Great instrument separation, and decent soundstage, sounds less like a wall of sound like my pro 2s do but not as wide and spatial as the max. A little bright for my taste, but never enough to cause fatigue. None of them come close to the 770s of course – would I recommend these for classical? Or acoustic? Never. Or for any type actual professional work? No. But if you like electronic, you will have so much fun enjoying music with these. The ANC and transparency is very very good, identical to my AirPods Pro, I would argue maybe even better than the max in some situations. The mic quality is good, not as good as my AirPods but good enough for work calls. I also love watching movies, and having multi-channel support like my pro 2s is epic. I absolutely love these – and am so happy I got them!

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  27. Squirrels Like Nuts

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Stunning color – deep brown

    I was wanting over-the-ear headphones to wear on long plane trips instead of AirPods. These are absolutely perfect. They come in a case that holds all the cords and even includes a cord to use to connect to airplane entertainment systems. What more could you want. I decided to buy the deep brown instead of usual black – the photos don’t do the color justice…just a stunning color that matches my hair color. I read other reviews and some said these headphones weren’t loud enough – I find they are fine for me. Great bass and sound quality. The noise cancellation isn’t perfect, but planes are very noisy and so is traffic and life in general.

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  28. Eric

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing product for the price

    After using the best studio pros for a while, I can definitely say that these are basically the Apple AirPod max’s but for a quarter of the price which is an amazing deal for the quality of headphones you are getting.Apple owns Beats and you get most of the features as if having AirPods and the accessibility of using them with iPhones . If you have an iPhone and pair it with the Beats Studio Pros, they will automatically pop up on your phone to connect like aipods do. Some of the same features include: being able to switch transparency/noise cancellation mode through your control center on your iPhone, Spatial Audio, Apple chip, ect. It is also lighter than Apple airpod max’s which is a huge plus for staying on your head. It includes an easy control system on the left ear on the headphones to allow you to play/pause, skip/go back, volume up/volume down, accept call/end call which is nice to be able to change the volume on the headphones which is something AirPods can’t do. They are very comfortable and sort of glue to your head and ears. You can adjust the headphones to fit to your liking as well. The color ways and the matte accent makes these headphones look slick to wear and overall they took out some small Beats decals on the previous headphones to make it look clean.Some flaws I have for the headphones are 1. That when you take them off your music will not automatically pause. This makes you take a small little step in either pausing the music on your phone, through the headphones, or continuing to play the music. I like how on the AirPods they automatically pause when you take an ear bud out so I wish these headphones did the same especially when Apple owns them. 2. They could be a tad louder. Don’t get me wrong, they are overall loud headphones but you have to get over half way in the volume to notice a loud change. Below halfway seems too quiet to me personally. 3. The case it comes in is slick, but the zipper design is annoying to get the headphones in and out of the case because the zipper hole is too small. Also the case is soft shelled and not hard so it’s not as protective as I want. 4. It’s a fingerprint magnetOverall if you are looking for high quality Bluetooth headphones, these are the best bang for your buck. Yes there are some flaws to this product, but the price is too hard to beat. These easily are the same audio quality as the airpod max if not better at quarter of the price. The design of the Beats Studio Pros have a better design than the max’s so I’d definitely suggest getting these if you want to save money.

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  29. Weave™

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    An expensive, high quality headset with some pros, and some strong cons to consider.

    Beats has been around for quite some time, and has developed a good reputation alongside Bose, Sony and others. So I was excited to try these out – especially after my experience with Anker.PROS: the sound quality is very good. Not Bose good, but close. Close enough for airline travel. The headset rests on my big head with no issue and the pressure from wearing them isn’t uncomfortable.I like the Transparency mode, especially when travelling, so I can hear the crew announcements easily.I also like that it comes with a 1/8″ audio male-to-male cable for use on airlines with traditional audio jacks.And – controlling the headsets using my iPhone is a nice feature.CONS: The perceived air pressure on the eardrums from full noise cancellation is STRONG. Almost uncomfortably so, and you’ll see similar comments from others here in the Reviews section. It takes getting used to. I almost sent these back, but in the end, the pros outweighed this issue. You may find it too much for you.Expensive: these are pricey, and if you’re going to drop this much coin, you should at least try the Bose QuietComfort cans first. While they’ll lack the iPhone integration, they may end up being more comfortable for you.Bass: ummm – where IS the bass? These are Beats, right? Studio Pro edition? I’m not really getting the lower frequencies here. Maybe I missed a step during setup. The sound quality is good but I thought a lot of Beats’ reputation was based on the bass.All in all, I mostly don’t regret my decision. But definitely try more than one model before you decide for sure.

  30. Cassidy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Top of the line!

    I bought these for my boyfriend for Christmas, and he never stops talking about how awesome they are. They are comfortable, high quality materials and sound, charge quickly and have great battery life. They connect with just about every Bluetooth compatible device, including my TV which is super helpful. As a big music buff, he is always showing me how great the bass sounds in songs and how well it distributes and balances the sound. 10/10 would purchase again and recommend for anyone in the market for over the ear headphones.

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  31. Elle

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I never owned beat headphones until now and when I tell you I’m obsessed, I’m OBSESSED!! The noise canceling feature is my favorite! The battery life is outstanding! I will never use any other headphone/earbuds.. whatever you want to call them again! Best Black Friday purchase ever !! I definitely recommend. I got the chocolate brown color and it’s giving sophisticated and sexy! Don’t hesitate just get them !!

  32. Timothy

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth it for the discounted price

    I used to have an Airpods but I always wanted a pair headphones than earphones so I was stoked to see that this was on sale. I’m no audiophile so I don’t actually mind what the pro reviews say about the nitty gritty aspects. Based on my experience (at least when I tested it out when I received this purchase), I like the sound. It’s clear, the spatial audio is also nice, I loved the ANC and Transparency modes. I also owned a pair of cheap headphones a few years back and I’m pretty certain these experiences are very much new to me in a good way. However, I will have to echo the reviews of tech Youtubers that auto pause is not included and I’m pretty bummed about that one because that should have been standard.For the original price of 349 though I wouldn’t recommend people to buy this. Only when it was discounted, which is what I did – for 170USD.

  33. Stephanie Bayas

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    nice headphones

    very nice but i can admit the noise cancellation could be better as well as the sound quality. maybe im just going deaf because i like my music VERY LOUD but i just dont feel like they were as loud as i wanted them to be. overral very nice though!

  34. movin and groovin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I didn’t need them, stopped myself a few times, but broke down and bought them and so glad I did.

    I already have original Airpod Pros that I like a lot, although I’ve gone thru 5 plus replacements due to a cracking noise. I also had some older Bose wired noise cancelling that worked really well and the AirPod Studio are too expensive, A few month back I read an article comparing the Beats Studio with the AirPod Studios. They both have outstanding features and the report gave the Beats a slight advantage. I saw the Beats Studio on sale a couple of times and was tempted to buy, but talked myself out of it. Then Amazon had their October Prime days sale and on the second day these were at a really really good price. So I bought them with one rule to myself. I couldn’t open the box until I sold the Bose on Ebay, which happened pretty quickly, so I ended up paying less than $100 after selling my Bose. I opened the box, put them on a good charge and used them every day for almost 2 weeks before needing a charge. I use them for watching tv and they sound fantastic. They are really good at noise cancellation and Spacial Audio sound better than my AirPod Pros. Love that I can go a looooong time between charges. The AirPod lasted around 4 hours. These can go up to 40. The only complaint is that the padding is not as soft as the Bose and after 3 hours or so, I would have to pull them off and let the top of my ears get a rest from the pressure. The other complaint is that when I’m out walking my dog, there is a very loud buffeting noise on windy days. It’s just the shape of the headphones and probably happens on most full size headphones.These use USB-C cables so I plugged them into my Macbook Pro using USB-C and played some lossless music from Apple Music and WOW. I love listening to older music from the 70s and it really has great bass. I’ve been turning off noise cancelling/transparent mode to get longer life and it has been about 3 weeks of use with only one recharge.One thing is that the carrying case is a bit thicker than the Bose so they might not fit in my favorite carry on bag for my ipod and other gadgets that I can’t live without when flying. Overall I’m super happy with these.

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  35. MC Carder

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    I’m not an audiophile by any means, this is my amateur opinion! Comfortable over-ear fit, impressive noise cancellation, cute brown color, maybe like an 8/10 sound quality (not bad by any means, but I expected slightly better). The battery doesn’t last as long as I had expected, but I’m still only charging up every few days, and that’s without them dying or going below 20%. They sometimes disconnect from my device at random, which peeves me a bit but is a quick fix. All together: worth when on sale.

  36. Discord

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    the best of 3

    I bought 3 headphones in 2023, in my search for the best. I was amazed when I tested an apple headset, but that price was just too much. Bought air pods, good sound but it hurts the inner air. Got the Bose, good sound, noise cancelling poor and then I got his. Wow, just wow. I love that it is adjustable and folds. Soft on ears and simple setup.

  37. John Hartley

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphone for the discounted price I paid

    So far the headphones have had a great battery life. I bought them for work on my Jobsite where everyone listens to ear buds but I need them for loud sound protection using table saw and miter saw. There’s a little clicking in the left ear once in a while and not sure what that is. Not very often but I’ve only had them for a couple months.

  38. M.A.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love them

    Great purchase. I’ve always been on the cheap side and never invested in head phones, but after years of listening to podcasts I wanted something that could block out noises. I decided to splurge on these and was not disappointed. Great sound, very comfortable, long lasting.

  39. Gabi Cortes

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    These converted me from AirPods to headphones

    my AirPods broke so I purchased these on a whim after seeing the reviews and the fact they weren’t $600 like the AirPods Max Pros. This review is coming from a non-headphone users you’re aware. I put them on and didn’t take them off for 3 hours straight. The noise cancellation is insane, even when no music is playing it is extremely hard to hear what someone is saying near you. I was lost in good music for hours just vibing. The battery life is INSANE. They fit very comfortably, again can wear for a long time without discomfort.I wear these everyday now, on my dog walks to listen to a podcast or a book, for the gym, to talk on the phone. They are so immersive, I fall into my own little bubble when I wear them, I can’t believe I used AirPods for as long as I did after owning these smh, these are such a level up.

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  40. Scott Hardy

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Overall Good Sounding; Can Hurt Your Ears After Long Usage

    Beats have scaled back their bass in this headphone, which I’m not too mad about but it was a noticeable change from my last pair. I overall love the noise cancellation and the balance of the highs, mids, and lows, but if you wear this for a decent amount of time if will start to hurt your ears. You will have to physically move the headphone around to make it not hurt anymore. Like a lot of other reviews online, Beats didn’t make this headphone long enough so it only goes so far, I was surprised to see how accurate they were in saying this. I would agree with them, it doesn’t stretch far enough and I don’t even have that big of a head. I would recommend this if you are willing to adjust this pair of headphones to your needs. If you have a larger head, stay away. This is not for you.

  41. Grace

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth the price

    I got these on sale during Christmas and love them so much. They are so comfy that I can wear them all day. I bought a pair for both me and my husband and he loves them too! I have had other pairs that feel like they squeeze your head or give you a headache after a few hours of use but these don’t.The only downside is that my long hair does tend to get stuck in it and if you have a vivid hair color it will transfer onto the lighter pairs while working out due to sweat.

  42. Alexa

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Best gift for studying!

    I’m a college student (Mechanical Engineering) so I’m constantly studying or doing homework. One of my favorite things to do is blast my music when grinding out homework assignments, or use the noise cancelling feature for studying in the library (because some people are sooo loud in the quiet zones). I found that I liked these better than the Beats Solo 3’s (I’ve owned two pairs since 2016 and I wanted to try an upgrade). The sound quality is fire, with lots of bass and audio adjustment options outside of your music app. One thing I wasn’t such a big fan of was the spatial audio feature, it just wasn’t for me since I move around a lot, but it is a pretty cool concept (turning your head changes the position of the audio so if you’re talking with a friend it dampens the sounds for a bit, then readjusts within 10-15 seconds). The thing that sold me was definitely the fit on the ears. I have small ears and a big head, and one of my peeves is that my old headphones would crush my ears and make them sore after a couple of hours. With these, they shape around my ears so I don’t actually feel like they’re crushing my head. Overall, I really like these and if you have the money to splurge, these are a nice addition to your collection.

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  43. None G.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not quite there yet!

    Only one sound signature! noise cancellation is not a eq nor is it as great as others i still own. If they upgrade the head phones by offering a Eq app for it plus upgrade software in the head set. Then they could be way better than the Sonys. the fit is very conferrable wearing for long period of time. They fit nicely in the apple eco system. I wish they would have offered the red like the studio 3

  44. Jarod Tam

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great purchase!

    The last time I used headphones from Beats was way back when their build consisted mainly of plastic. The feel of these headphones is much more premium, and the sound quality has improved. In terms of comfort, I have worn it for 4 hours straight with no problems.Unfortunately, my pair got stolen while I was staying in a hotel. I would love to get another pair some time in the future.

  45. Jessica DiLuzio

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely Incredible

    My husband bought these and I’ve used them a bunch (to his annoyance haha) They are amazing. First off, I have huge issues with ear buds fitting my ears comfortably and these just slip right over your ears and you honestly feel like you’re wearing nothing. They’re lightweight while still feeling extremely high quality. The transparency mode is also impressive and very useful. The sound itself is crisp and vibrant. They also work well with our iPhones and Apple TV which is always a plus when all of your electronics communicate well. The band has a delightful silicone material which makes the headphones stay in place without sliding all over your head. I have zero complaints about these and neither does my husband !

  46. Santiago r.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    great for what they are ment to do

    is your looking for noise canciling headphones 1000% pick these up. the price is a little much i bought them on ciber monday for 150$ i would wait for the price to go down because 350 is upserd. the sound quality is pritty good obviosly its not gonna be as good as some premium earbuds. the reviews are right when they say these are a tab small. my being 14 these fit me. but if you have a bigger head/ ears i would not recomend since your gonna fell its squishing your ears. ups are noise canciling,battery life and quality. downs are price and size. sound quality is a toss up on what your upgrading from. if you want day to day headphones pick up airpod pros secound genAfter month and a half of use: editOk so I’m am thinking o returning these because i expected for something that cost 350 bucks( i got it for 180) it definitely fells like 180. The left earphone often has problems since the bottons are on that side making it so that white noise often gets trough. On airplanes i aften found my left ear phone letting a good amount of noise trough and the cup doesn’t really fit my ears. I also hate the facts i have to connect them every time i turn them on because even though they are over ear headphones Sony has devoloped a way to do it half a year before these were released. If you are looking for a more budget friendly option( as in these are on discount since they always seem to be) i would gte these but if you have more money to Sapir and you reallly want to have a premium pair f headphone si would do what i am doing and gte the Sony wh 1000xm5

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  47. Patrick

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    These are really great headphones

    I absolutely love these headphones; they’ve transformed my listening experience across my iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The highlight for me is the spatial audio feature—it elevates movie and show-watching to a whole new level, making it ten times more immersive. However, the real game-changer has been the noise cancellation. It’s a godsend for my study sessions. Whether I’m unable to get to the library or can’t find a quiet corner at home, these headphones block out all distractions, allowing me to focus solely on my studies. The Beats Studio Pro headphones are a solid 10/10 for me, and I highly recommend them to anyone looking to enhance their audio experience.

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  48. Daniel Buki

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Massive improvement over Beats Studio3

    I purchased these when I saw that there was finally replacement generation for the Beats Studio 3.I often use SharePlay on my Apple devices (to support two simultaneous headphone listeners), a feature which requires headphones with Apple headphone chips (H1/H2). Headphones with these chips include Beats Solo Pro, Beats Studio 3, all AirPod generations, AirPod Max, and now these.Prior to this I’ve used the Beats Studio 3 or AirPod Max primarily for watching AppleTV and for Zoom calls.Compared to the Studio 3s, the new Studio Pros offer far better sound, substantially improved ANC, and Spatial Audio (which Studio 3s did not support).I am very happy with these, they are a good value and work flawlessly with the Apple ecosystem.

  49. David Jaquez

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    4 Star Headphones

    These are a solid set of headphones that deseve a 4, but definitely not 5 stars. Though there are quite a few pros, there are enough cons that I ended up returning them. I’ve had many headphones throughout the years including the Beats Studio 3, and surprisingly this didn’t feel like much of an upgrade. I also have kept a pair of Bose QC45 I received as a XMas gift last year, and honestly those are simply better. I love the Beats brand but for headphones and the price, my Bose simply outmatched these which this review is based on.Pros:-Comfortable fit: they don’t slide and can be comfortably worn on the neck, unlike the QC45 which are too tight around the neck.-Battery: these headphones seem to last forever on one charge, even with ANC.I believe the up to 40 hours claim.-Style: sleek and stylish headphones; need I say more.-Quality: No complaints here.-Compatibility: I have a Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, quick and easy setup. Just as easy for my MacBook Pro.Cons:-Sound: These aren’t loud and definitely lean towards the quiter side; higher volume levels on my devices give medium sound volume, even with a good fit and seal around the ear.-Bass: this was my primary factor for returning. There is no “boom” to the bass. If bass is part of the music experience you look for, the Beats earbuds outperform these, as do my QC45, and my Samsung Buds Pro 2. This was the most disappointing aspect of them.Conclusion: I bought these on sale for 50% off, so at that price they were a steal. At full price there are many other head that outperform these without question, at least sound wise. If you don’t care about bass, loudness, and want battery and comfort, these are a great pair to settle on. If you’re looking for explosive and dynamic sound experience on a pair of headphones, keep searching elsewhere as these aren’t it.

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  50. Lisa Smith

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    My first high end pair of headphones and they’re amazing

    Not only have I never owned headphones that cost more than $15, ive never owned wireless headphones nor the kind that go over your head….so I may be biased with my review having no experience with any other headphones on the level of the Beats Studio Pro. They are amazing, and totally surpassed my expectations.The reason I used to only buy ear buds (the kind that have those rubber peices that go deep into your ear) was because I thought that was the only way to get good quality sound and lots of base. I like to dance to fast paced pop music and sweat to the oldies and have my music LOUD. I always assumed ear muff type of headphones would make most of the music/volume escape around the sides. But I was so wrong, these Beats headphones make it sound like you’re at the club, or like the music is being performed in the room with you…I heard things in my music that I’ve never heard before; a subtle drum or base in the background that I didn’t know was there, a background singer adding a note at a certain point…And yet it didn’t change the song but enhanced it. I didn’t know music could sound like this! I’m 32 and kicking myself for not investing in a nice pair of headphones all these years. I dont see how it could get better than this. If you love music, like really love listening to music, you need to have these! Oh, and the ‘transparency mode’ blew my mind. It actually works and I have no idea how. Charge lasts for weeks (listening to music about an hour or 2 a day). I guess the only downfall is keeping them clean, though I’m sure there’s a product out there for that.

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  51. People say they aren’t good but they are great!!People say they aren’t good but they are great!!

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than Sony xm4!

    I got these headphone because they were 50 percent off and tbh I was kind of disappointed at first because I thought I could find better so I ended up purchasing the Sony xm4 to see if it was any better and come to find out the beats are significantly better and I feel like I was just trying to make it seem like they were bad because the reviews were so different but honestly the sound quality is pretty great! I have the iPhone 15 and they work well with it. The sound doesn’t go to loud but tbh I think that’s better for your hearing they still get pretty loud but not like some people would want it. The beats are actually a very good pair of headphones especially since they are always going on sale and as someone who LOVES good quality music I think you should buy them! The design is nice too and if you’re wondering I’ve had them a few months now and they definitely aren’t disappointing me 🙂

  52. margaret juarezmargaret juarez

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good headphones

    I haven’t own a pair of headphones this is my first pair so my review may be biased on the quality of the headphones from sound to design but I have asked people around that have own many pairs of headphones for their opinion about this set and I will be incorporating their opinion on the sound.These headphones sound very good for its price, I was looking for something that wouldn’t break the bank (I’m a broke college student), have good sound quality, and noise cancellation. I wanted something to block out the little noises and hustle and bustle when I study in the library, in a coffee shop, at home, or outside. I read a lot of reviews from different sites and watched videos about the beast pro before I committed to them. What was important for me besides the sound quality was how good the noise canceling was. Many said that for the price it was a good head set for its quality, it was equal to the the quiet comfort 45 Bose headphones.Now the sound quality in my opinion is good, I will say though that for classical and R&B music it doesn’t give it justice. You can hear the music just fine but when you are in a noisy environment, even with noise cancellation, you have to put up the volume to hear lower and softer melodies. For more up beat music the music sounds better especially like pop, rap, country, etc. There isn’t a lot of base but you can control it’s sound, you just have to have the iPhone 11 or 12 and up to do that, I have an SE 2nd gen.The opinion that I have asked of others are an overall 7/10The battery life is amazing, it last for long periods of time, for 10 hrs of music straight the battery holds to a good percentage. If I hear for a few hrs of music a day for a week, I don’t have to charge it until the next week. And it charges so quickly too, it takes up to 30 min to charge full.I like how it have its own pouch to store it in with its adapters and charger, and have an extra zipper pocket to store in anything extra.Overall these a pretty good headphones if you don’t want to spend over $300 for a pair.

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  53. Mlm66

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome headphones!

    *Comfortable over the ear coverage.*Simple connectivity.*Foldable and compact design.*Un”beat”able sound with noise cancellation and Spatial Audio feature. (Be sure to look up Spatial Audio when you download or play music/songs with this feature to get full effect of these headphones. Also plays music/songs wonderfully without it).*Can be used to hear conversations easily when in a crowded room from the person you are speaking/listening to. Using noise cancellation will focus your hearing on the person instead of the crowd.*These headphones are so awesome in sound quality, if you love music, they are not easy to stop listening through. Apple has out done theirselves with these headphones once again. They even have.a setting that you can enable to get a notification after 7 days to protect your hearing. According to the World Health Organization, some regions require this setting so you do not exceed the limit of losing or damaging your hearing. (This is based on listening a few hours per day). On iPhone go to settings-sounds and haptics-scroll to the bottom of page to headphone safety-toggle on reduce loud sounds. Here is also where you can find the setting for Spatial Audio and set it for personalization of your headphones according to the shape and how God placed your ears on you.*Comes with a carrying case and QR code for instructions and Apple Care if you purchased that along with your headphones.*God bless and have a great day! Happy listening.

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  54. La Reine Francaise

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    No Brainer, especially if On Sale.

    My Navy-Blue Beats Studio Pros came in this morning. There was a small delay with the delivery, but I was still eager, so it didn’t bother me much. When I first opened the package, I was completely in awe of the packaging, which was superior and looked even better in person. Opening the box was the fun part since there were Beats stickers inside the packaging. The case looks beautiful, and I honestly might use it for more purposes than one. Now the Beats themselves, are immensely good-looking. They sound great, easy to set up, and it was fun to take selfies with. #NewBeatsSo worth it for $199 sale price!

  55. Alexus Gabbart

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best headphones!

    I tested these in person at a local store and the Sonys headphones to see which ones to purchase as I’m very picky with headphones and earbuds. I had my heart set on the blue Sonys after testing in the store I decided to order these because of the good quality the excellent noise cancellation and the amazing volume and sound quality. I have very small ears so earbuds just weren’t doing anymore and I needed headphones for the gym. These fit my ears perfectly and are very very comfortable! I don’t find myself needing a break from them due to discomfort at all! The sound is perfect for me. I LOVE a loud volume and headphones that can produce that for me and these definitely do the job there. The noise canceling isn’t complete silence but it blocks out my husbands anime while I listen to my shows at home when he’s right next to me and even though that man needs subtitles he likes his phone volume all the way up so these block that and I don’t notice other noises while wearing these. They also stay on pretty good so I don’t expect any problems at the gym and I shook my head around to test them and they didn’t call off so perfect headphones for me I bought them online because I’m obsessed with the brown color and so so happy I decided on these everything I wanted and could’ve asked for! Great purchase

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  56. LRoberts

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than expected

    After reading a bunch of reviews I was nervous that these might not be the best option for me because everyone said they didn’t fit right and hurt, but as a female with a smaller head/ears they seem to fit just fine. I do sometimes have some trouble with where they sit on the top of my head after a while if it’s in a certain spot, but overall I’ve been able to wear them for hours at a time cleaning the house or sitting and listening to music and I think they’ve been great. I wanted them to be able to pair easily with my iphone which they do, and the main purpose I bought them for was to be able to wear them while on walks and still be able to hear my surroundings. The passthrough feature is pretty good, although I did notice that wind noise is a bit loud with 2 of the 3 noise cancellation settings, but not terrible. I also saw people complaining that it was hard to tell which setting you are on, but the sounds are very different for each so if you just quickly memorize which is associated with the appropriate setting, it’s really not hard at all to know which one you are on based on the sound. Overall for the price I paid getting them on sale during black, these have been well worth it for what I was looking for

  57. Worth the money!!

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Five stars

    I’ve never been more happy with a purchase. I was nervous because I don’t usually buy such expensive things for myself and they were a want, not a need. But let me tell you, you do need these.The noise quality is fantastic, I’m noticing things I’ve never noticed in songs I’ve listened to a million times before. And it’s so easy to become completely entranced in audiobooks!!The noise cancelling is pretty good, I would compare it to the AirPod pros. I can still hear people when they are trying to talk to me, but background noise is silenced.They are comfortable to wear, even over my glasses and easy to wear for long periods of time. They do get a little hot so I wouldn’t wear these to work out or anything, but that’s to be expected with these types of headphones.They hold a charge like nobody’s business! I’ve charged mine three times in the last two months, and that’s with me using them for 1 hour+ every day.They go on sale frequently, so if you have your eye on them it might be worth it to wait for a bit for a lower price. So worth it, though!

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  58. Thomas

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Sound but build quality could be better

    I have bought several pairs of these over generations. Now, you can say well that’s a good sign you liked them or that’s a bad sign you needed to buy more and both statements are true. As far as sound and usability and just about everything else these are great in my opinion. Where they fall short is build quality. I will give them a slight pass on the fact that I guess my head is a little on the large size but two thing that inevitably ends up happening with every set of these earlier than it should. Usually around the 1 year mark or sometimes a little more with the pads being the first to go. The ear pads wear out way too easily especially if they get moist at all by your sweat or anything else. They detest moisture of any sort and will breakdown. They are going to breakdown anyway but this will expediate the process. The second problem is where they are hinged by the ears. The hinges bear a little more pressure than they would like to and ultimately the hinge plate covers pop off and then the last failure point which was usually around the 2 year mark or so for me was the hinge itself. I put tape around the hinges when the plates popped off to extend the life a bit. I always get these when they are on sale so overall I find it to be acceptable as evidenced by my re purchases but they really should update their QC / Material game. If you were paying the full price for these you might not appreciate how quickly they can give out mechanically. Which that said, again, those with a smaller head my get more mileage but keep in mind I never considered myself to have a large head until I got these :).

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  59. Algonquindot

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    For the price, I have notes

    After the excitement wore off from finally getting these, I started to notice I’d been ignoring my earlobes hurting and uncomfortable. There is no way to adjust the size of the band so they slide down every 5 minutes and tug on my ears.Then, the Bluetooth connection started getting weird, and I have to mess with it when using my laptop.PROS: The sound itself is SUPER EXCELLENT! I rewatched “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” with them, and there was an entire track of background noise that I never knew existed! It was a totally different movie with such great sound! The ear cups are soft and buttery, and feel nice against the skin. The noise cancelation works really good and it’s nice to have the transparent option. It really holds a charge for DAYS!Basically, two problems, but I’m not saying they’re not nice. They need to figure out how to fit different people better, and do something to make switching Bluetooth devices go smoother.

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