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Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphone – Gloss Black

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Title : Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphone – Gloss Black
Description : The Beats Acoustic Engine makes your listening experience personal and real. The 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. This is how music would sound if the artist could play it back for you in person. Silence the noise from your daily commute or the drama from your loud neighbors with dual-mode Adaptive Noise Canceling. When you’re listening to music, ANC 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 cancelation, to put the world on mute. Dead batteries can kill your vibe. The 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. To prevent wasting energy, the Auto On/Off feature turns the headphone off when you unplug from a wired connection and with the Battery Fuel Gauge, you always know how much juice is left. Forget specialized adapters; the Studio Wireless can be charged via micro USB almost anywhere.
Features :

  • Pair and play with your Bluetooth device with 30 foot range
  • Dual-mode Adaptive Noise Canceling
  • Iconic Beats sound
  • 12 hour rechargeable battery with Fuel Gauge
  • Take hands-free calls with built-in mic

Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphone - Gloss Black Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphone - Gloss Black

Brand: Beats
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Rating : 4.0

Review : An old audiophile surprised by the new Beats Studio Wireless
UPDATE 12/12/15: Recently my Beats Studio Wireless headphones began dropping the Bluetooth connection to my iPhone, especially when skipping a song. At first I thought it was the iPhone but after testing the Beats with other devices I realized it was the Beats! Reading the forums reveal that this is a common issue. The solution seemed to be a firmware update. Some people mentioned that updating the firmware "bricked" their headphones but I can say that after installing the Beats Updater on my MacBook Pro and updating the firmware, the problem has been eliminated. The headphones have since maintained a solid Bluetooth connection to any device that I connect them to.

Since my family now owns both Bose QC25s (wife’s in White/Khaki) and Beats Studio Wireless headsets (mine in Matte Black), I feel like I can finally write a completely informed review and comparison test between the two. I am also a headphone/earbud nut that owns the now defunct…