The Bluetooth stays connected up to 30 feet so you can feel free to roam and keep the music going. Take calls, skip songs, and change the volume right from the headphone. Headphone has Adaptive Noise Cancelation, a rechargeable battery, and re-engineered sound, just with no wires. The Bluetooth connection lets you enjoy your music wirelessly for up to 12 hours or up to 20 hours when plugged into your audio device | The Beats Acoustic Engine(TM) makes your listening experience personal and real. Beats' signature DSP software is designed to generate the emotional experience that some of the musi... More
The Bluetooth stays connected up to 30 feet so you can feel free to roam and keep the music going. Take calls, skip songs, and change the volume right from the headphone. Headphone has Adaptive Noise Cancelation, a rechargeable battery, and re-engineered sound, just with no wires. The Bluetooth connection lets you enjoy your music wirelessly for up to 12 hours or up to 20 hours when plugged into your audio device | The Beats Acoustic Engine(TM) makes your listening experience personal and real. Beats' signature DSP software is designed to generate the emotional experience that some of the music industry's greatest rock, hip-hop, pop, electronic, and R&B producers want you to feel. The studio wireless has a lighter, stronger, and more comfortable headband. We created softer ear cups and an ergonomic bellow to create a flexible, custom fit for every head shape | Dual-mode Adaptive Noise Canceling feature automatically strikes the perfect blend between your music and the world outside. If you only want to use the headphone to cancel external noise, the ANC only mode automatically increases the level of noise cancellation, to put the world on mute | The New Beats Studio Wireless comes with a built-in rechargeable battery that lasts 12 hours when using wirelessly and 20 hours when you do decide to plug in. With the Battery Fuel Gauge, you always know how much juice is left. Forget specialized adapters; the New Studio can be charged via micro USB almost anywhere | What's in the box: Beats Studio Wireless(TM) headphones, RemoteTalk(TM) cable, 3.5mm Audio cable, USB 2.0 charging cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B),USB Power adapter,Hard shell carrying case, Quick Start Guide, Beats by Dre Cleaning cloth and Warranty CardLess
|Model||BT OV STU WL BLK|
|Size||24 x 18 cm (9.5 x 7.1 in)|
Beats has made a leap forward in comfort and design with the Studio Wireless. The battery life is decent, the noise cancelling effective, while the folding band makes them compact for travel.
The problem comes to sound quality. Depending on your personal music preference, you might find the lack of deep bass and sharp highs pleasing, but the overall sound quality is not what you’d expect from a £330 pair of headphones.
While it is true that streaming music over Bluetooth can technically impact sound quality, with modern Bluetooth 4.0 technology the difference bet... Full review
In many ways the 2014 Studio Wireless headphones are markedly better than the previous versions.
They're lighter, stronger and they look great, they're extremely comfortable and perform well over Bluetooth.
The audio is divisive: if you preferred the huge bassy sound that has become synonymous with Beats headphones then we'd recommend the previous year's model, if however you're looking for a more balanced sound then 2014 is your year.
Where the big decision comes though is with the noise-cancelling, it works incredibly well but you'll be hard-pressed not to hear tha... Full review
At $380, the Beats Studio Wireless model is at the upper price range of the Bluetooth headphones we've tested, but it currently tops our Ratings of home/studio-style noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones. If you don't need Bluetooth connectivity, there are probably better, less expensive options, including Beats' own Executive model.
But consumers who can afford the price will get a well designed, stylish set of headphones that can deliver very good sound quality—provided you like Beats' sonic signature—and very good noise reduction. In addition, it offers a nice compleme... Full review
It's a pleasant headphone to listen to, and one you can listen to for long periods, but it's not necessarily one that makes you hear things in your music that you haven't heard before.
For what they are, they should probably cost less, but the market is what it is, and plenty of people seem willing to ante up the dough for Beats-branded headphones (and Bose headphones, for that matter). On a positive note, these Beats are significantly better than the original (circa 2010) Studio and the old $279.95 Wireless on-ear. So while you're paying a premium for the brand, I think the majorit... Full review
At $379.95, these Bluetooth headphones are a bit overpriced, and they have some issues with distortion at maximum volumes, but at reasonable listening levels they deliver the thunder many listeners crave from their headphones, all inside a comfortable, good-looking design that just might make you feel like an NFL star or a rock god.
Obviously, if you're looking for a true-to-life, less-sculpted sound signature, the Beats Studio Wireless is not the answer. This is for bass lovers who want the booming lows to be balanced by sculpted high-mids. It's not an accurate sound, but it's a po... Full review
Like the revamped Studio headphones, this wireless version is considerably lighter and more streamlined than it predecessor. The design is almost entirely curves, and the material in use feels more flexible and resilient.
We’re pleased to report that the Beats Studio Wireless actually sound a little bit better while streaming music via Bluetooth than they do when they are hard-wired, or compared directly to the Beats Studio. This may be because the wireless streaming process pulls some of the treble response back just enough to make the headphones a little less aggressive in t... Full review
If the design looks familiar this time around, it is because the Studio Wireless is practically identical to the latest Beats Studio. Yes, they are twinsies. The super soft ear cups, improved collapsible design, the fuel gauge to monitor battery life, and even the Active Noise Canceling feature is all the same on both pairs of headphones. Of-course, the most significant difference between the Beats Studio and the Beats Studio Wireless, is the ability to listen to your devices wirelessly over Bluetooth.
In the end, the new Beats Studio Wireless is an excellent pair of wireless headph... Full review
These headphones do not skimp when it comes to the accessories, the appearance, and the overall feel. You do not feel cheated after spending extra money for the brand. And that’s the thing, you are spending some money on the name, just like other products out there. You end up paying more because it has a Beats logo on it, point blank, period.
Within this price range, you are able to find other headphones that can achieve the same results and yet provide a more balanced sound. But this may not matter – some people just want a concert type of sound, which is fine. There a... Full review
The headphones feel just as light and comfortable as the wired Studio headphones. Except now you don’t have that pesky wire getting caught on everything and tangled up. The subdued “b” on the left cup controls your music the same way Apple’s earbud controls do.
Overall, it’s a nice package that’ll cost you the very adult price of $380. That’s $80 more than the wired versions. But just because you and your headphones have grown up doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy “Ms. Jackson.” It’s just that now you can also appreci... Full review
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