Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphones – Apple W1 Headphone Chip, Class 1 Bluetooth, 22 Hours of Listening Time, Built-in Microphone – Shadow Gray Electronics

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About this item High-performance wireless noise cancelling headphones Compatible with iOS and Android devices. Pure adaptive noise canceling (pure ANC) actively blocks external noise Real-time Audio calibration preserves a Premium listening experience Up to 22 hours of battery life enables full-featured all-day wireless playback Apple’s W1 chip and industry-leading Bluetooth technology keep you connected farther with fewer drop-outs With fast Fuel, a 10-minute charge gives 3 hours of play when battery is low. Rechargeable lithium ion battery
Take calls, control your music, and activate Siri with the multifunction on-ear controls and microphone What’s in the box: Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones, Carrying case, 3.5mm RemoteTalk cable, Universal USB charging cable, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Card (USB power adapter sold separately) Show more

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Product Dimensions 6.3 x 4.72 x 8.94 inches Item Weight 1 pounds ASIN B08528YFM3 Item model number MXJ92LL/A Batteries 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included) Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #2,072 in Electronics ()

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Date First Available June 1, 2020 Manufacturer Beats Country of Origin China Charging Time 22 Hours Item Weight 1 Pounds Units 1.0 Count Number Of Items 1

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Product Dimensions 6.3 x 4.72 x 8.94 inches

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Best Sellers Rank #2,072 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #102 in Over-Ear Headphones

Date First Available June 1, 2020

Manufacturer Beats

Country of Origin China

Charging Time 22 Hours

Item Weight 1 Pounds

Units 1.0 Count

Number Of Items 1

About this item High-performance wireless noise cancelling headphones Compatible with iOS and Android devices. Pure adaptive noise canceling (pure ANC) actively blocks external noise Real-time Audio calibration preserves a Premium listening experience Up to 22 hours of battery life enables full-featured all-day wireless playback Apple’s W1 chip and industry-leading Bluetooth technology keep you connected farther with fewer drop-outs With fast Fuel, a 10-minute charge gives 3 hours of play when battery is low. Rechargeable lithium ion battery Take calls, control your music, and activate Siri with the multifunction on-ear controls and microphone What’s in the box: Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones, Carrying case, 3.5mm RemoteTalk cable, Universal USB charging cable, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Card (USB power adapter sold separately) Show more

Beats and Apple are changing the way you listen to music with the Apple W1 chip in Beats Studio3 Wireless Bluetooth headphones. Incorporating the efficient W1 chip brings seamless setup and switching for your Apple devices, up to 22 hours of battery life for all-day full-featured playback with Pure ANC on, and Fast Fuel technology for 3 hours of play with a 10-minute charge. Industry-leading Class 1 Bluetooth technology keep you connected farther with fewer drop-outs. Pure ANC-off for low power mode provides up to 40 hours of battery life. The Beats Studio3 Wireless Bluetooth headphones are compatible with iOS and Android devices.

Battery

Fuel gauge light

Up to 22 hours of battery life with noise cancelling on

Up to 40 hours of battery life with noise cancelling off

Fast Fuel: A 10-minute charge provides 3 hours of playback

On-ear control

Audio playback and volume controls

Phone call controls

General

Height: 7.2 in / 184 cm

Weight: 9.17 oz / 260 g

Form factor: Over ear

Power: Rechargeable lithium-ion

Connectivity

Apple W1 chip

Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

Micro USB port

Other features

Advanced venting

Ergonomic pivoting ear cups

Internal and external microphones

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Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

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Best Sellers Rank

#2,072 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #102 in Over-Ear Headphones

Date First Available

June 1, 2020

Manufacturer

Beats

Country of Origin

China

Charging Time

22 Hours

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10 reviews for Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphones – Apple W1 Headphone Chip, Class 1 Bluetooth, 22 Hours of Listening Time, Built-in Microphone – Shadow Gray Electronics

  1. Julian

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    LONG battery life.

    I recently invested in the Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones, and the experience has been nothing short of exceptional. These headphones effortlessly blend style, comfort, and cutting-edge technology, creating a remarkable auditory journey for music lovers and audiophiles alike.The standout feature of the Beats Studio3 is its impressive noise-canceling capability. The headphones effectively block out external sounds, providing an immersive and uninterrupted listening experience. Whether I’m in a noisy commute, a bustling café, or even on an airplane, the noise-canceling feature allows me to escape into my music without being disturbed by the outside world.Comfort is paramount during prolonged use, and the Beats Studio3 excels in this aspect. The over-ear design, combined with plush ear cushions, ensures a snug fit without causing discomfort or pressure. The headphones are lightweight, making them ideal for extended listening sessions without causing fatigue. The adjustable headband allows for a customized fit, ensuring a secure and comfortable feel.The sound quality of the Beats Studio3 is exceptional. The headphones deliver a robust and well-balanced audio experience, with crisp highs, rich mids, and powerful lows. The bass response, a signature of the Beats brand, adds depth to the music without overpowering other frequencies. Whether I’m listening to energetic beats or soothing melodies, the audio reproduction is consistently impressive.The integration of Apple’s W1 chip enhances the overall user experience. The seamless pairing process with Apple devices is a breeze, and the Class 1 Bluetooth connectivity provides a stable and reliable connection. The efficiency of the W1 chip also contributes to an extended battery life, allowing for up to 22 hours of playback on a single charge.The on-ear controls add a layer of convenience to the user experience. Adjusting volume, skipping tracks, and managing calls can be done effortlessly with intuitive controls located on the ear cups. The incorporation of Siri support allows for hands-free control, adding an extra layer of functionality.The durability and build quality of the Beats Studio3 are commendable. The premium materials used in construction give the headphones a sleek and sophisticated look, while also ensuring resilience to everyday wear and tear. The foldable design and included carrying case enhance portability, making them a practical choice for on-the-go lifestyles.

  2. Reilly Hall

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    One of the best on ear headphones

    I really love these headphones, battery life is impressive, last many days.Volume can get pretty high with minimal distortion.Controls are easy enough to use.Sound quality is good enough for me. There are some people who might complain these are bass heavy, but for me, there are times I wish it had more bass, or the ability to play bass at lower frequencies.Noise cancelling is nice, but seemingly in a somewhat recent firmware upgrade (likely the last as this is an older model unit that might not be supported for too much longer), if you even turn your head a little and let some “air” into the area between your ear and the driver the noise cancelling seems to subdue for a few seconds and then stabilizes and returns. That is annoying, but not the end of the world. Also these often do not work that well in an airplane as the noise cancelling seems to get overwhelmed, typically on one side at a time and it starts to heavily distort the audio you’re trying to listen to, worse at higher volumes.But otherwise, these are really nice headphones, I’m not sure about the build quality, they do feel a bit plasticky and the joint mechanisms that allow them to fold feel like they might break, but I’ve had my set for about a year now with no issues, though I am known for being more gentle than the average person.

    12 people found this helpful

  3. book a day reader

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    quality headphones, when on a sale a great value

    I think these headphones are terrific. I am not a techie or a sound system professional or anything close to that – just someone who enjoys all kinds of music and wants to enjoy it with a nice set of earbuds or headphones. Also, I’m a little bougie and like “status” brands so who wouldn’t think I was cool in a pair of Beats Studio 3s? LOL.In reading the reviews, I was a bit nervous to get these because it seemed that a lot of the more recent ones were a bit negative in terms of the “quality of sound” and the noise cancelling. I looked at a lot other wireless headphones – AirPods Max, Bose, JBL, Sony etc. I decided to still purchase because at the Prime Day price (which I snagged earlier than Prime Day) they were a steal.I have been testing these out for a couple days. I think that the noise cancelling is fine. No, it’s not like getting sucked into a vacuum but it cancels out the surrounding external sound enough so that I can fully immerse myself in the music. I find that this fits my “smallish” head and ears just fine, it’s comfortable after about 4-5 hours of wear and still plenty of battery life. Most headphones, and earbuds, I have owned get uncomfy after a while and honestly I only see myself using these in spurts of 1-5 hours at a time anyway. The matte black style I got is very sleek and subtle; the packaging is beautiful, feels very “exclusive”.Paired with my iphone 12 with no issue and every time I turn on the headphone power it immediately connects. I like the volume, play/pause/skip/back control. I don’t intend to use this to take/make phone calls.So, at the sale price I think these were a great buy.Update: wore these today (7/18/23) in my home office and was driving my hubs crazy because I could not hear him and was not responding to him when he called my name repeatedly. He was sitting less than 10 feet away from me. So I’d say the noise canceling seems to work pretty well. 😉

    43 people found this helpful

  4. Caiden C

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones and great shipping!!

    The over-ears definitively get better fit, better comfort, and better sound than the on-ears, and the Active Noise Cancellation is very effective. Idk if it was amazon or the third-party seller, but these were all priced with a great discount and arrived right on time

    One person found this helpful

  5. Joseph Jarboe

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Don’t listen to the negative reviews!

    So I have been a huge fan of the AirPod Pro’s since the day they came out. I do light show sequences to music, so I’m using headphones for hours at a time, and need clear, crisp audio quality for what I work on. AirPods were getting to where after 6-8 hours straight my ears would hurt (from them being in, not volume). I wanted over the ear headphones and was looking at the AirPod Max, but saw the Beats Studio 3’s. Wife has had a pair for a few months, so I borrowed her’s for a day. Figured I’d return these if I really didn’t like them, so pulled the trigger and bought them.I don’t regret it one bit, and the sale price really helped! Audio is amazing, especially in the higher range which is what I’m needing. They don’t exaggerate the bass tones either, which is great. Overall, extremely happy with the audio quality and the noise cancelling they offer. Battery life is amazing as well – I don’t know how long the battery lasts, but its more than 8 hours. I’ve sequenced songs to lights for 8 straight hours yesterday, then after a quick break back at it for another 5 and these were keeping pace.They come with the micro-USB charger cable, which is a drawback in my book, its another cable I have to keep on my desk – why not just do USB-C like everyone else? Thats about my only complaint I can come up with. Minor inconvenience for me, not a deal breaker. These are amazing headphones for why I bought them, and the built in microphone means you can take calls with them as well.I was hesitant but they integrate with Mac/iPhone so well and work perfectly, I’m glad I got them. As with anything that offers AppleCare, I recommend that, especially at full price, its worth the insurance on the device if anything happens.

    62 people found this helpful

  6. Jacob

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones, just don’t fit my big ears.

    Jan 2023 – First, I am not an audiophile. So, this review will not be super technical, just an average Joe who doesn’t mind paying for quality products.I did quite a bit of research before buying my next set of headphones. I read tons of reviews on Amazon and the web. I read multiple “review/ratings” articles online that compared numerous headphones. Ultimately, I decided to buy these because I have an iPhone and AppleTV that they work seamlessly with, and they were always rated highly at their price point.I’ve used them for about 2 months now. They were simple to pair with my iPhone. When I am in my living room with my AppleTV on and I turn them on, my AppleTV asks me if I want to pair them, and they have done that easily every single time. I love this seamless functionality.I use them at work primarily. I work in office with 20+ cubes. I use them often simply for the noise-canceling to stay focused, and I use them just as often to listen to podcasts and music. When in noise-canceling mode, they do not remove 100% of every sound around you. No headphones can (that I am aware of). But, they do a great job creating a virtually noise free environment with a light “white noise” in the background (similar to a fan in the distance). You can turn noise-canceling off, and then the noises around you are simply muffled (if you’re not actively playing something on the device you’re connected to).As mentioned previously, I listen to podcasts, music, and watch TV and movies with these. I think they sound fantastic with all of these. Occasionally, they do sound just a tiny bit bass-heavy for some of the music I listen to or during movies with high-action scenes that have a lot of explosions, but that’s just me I guess. Some people probably prefer that with the music/media they have.My one peeve is that they don’t completely fit over my ears. The good news is the cushions on the earcups are super soft. So, I can still wear them comfortably… for hours. This doesn’t seem to affect the noise-canceling at all.Lastly, they seem to have a really good battery life with my usage style. I use them for varying lengths of time. At work, it’s not uncommon to get interrupted and need to turn them off after 5-10 mins because I need to step away from my desk, and sometimes I will have them on for 2+ hours. At home, I often use them at night to watch stuff on my AppleTV so that I don’t take a chance of waking up my kids while they are sleeping, and I can get hours of watch time in without needing to charge them (as long as they weren’t close to being dead already).If you can get them on sale (like I did: $170), I wouldn’t hesitate to buy them, and I saw them on sale a lot (but the sale price varied quite a bit) leading up to my purchase. I don’t even think their regular price is all that bad for what you get.

    84 people found this helpful

  7. Dustin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome

    Very nice headphones with a comfortable fit. The sound is amazing and very clear even at max. The only downside is micro usb sadly

  8. Doug S.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Cheap

    Only getting 5 stars cause the price it went for while it was on sale (150$) is the price these are worth for the sound quality. They’re not worth 300$. They sound decent but their mic is awful and when attempting to connect to my PC, it has such a hard time maintaining a Bluetooth connection. The sound skips and lags. (Other people have the same problem). I have good specs and a great motherboard. So it’s not my tech.

    7 people found this helpful

  9. O.Winnie Mittelberger

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Please Read Before Buying.

    My rating falls close to a 1.5 for multiple reasons:For starters, this headphone is marketed and sold as an ANC (Active Noise Cancelling), Over-Ear headphone. Typically, headphones like these are targeting people who buy them for travel (i.e. a plane ride) but also are helpful in any public space. Please keep this in mind for the rest of my comment. From the inside out, these headphones cannot hold their own with any other pair in the price range.I purchased my pair when they were 57% off, bringing the total from $350 to $160 (including tax), but I cannot in good conscious recommend them for either price bracket. Comparing them to the most common headphone in the $350 bracket, the Sony XM4 (and newly the XM5) are a essentially the opposite side of the spectrum when it comes to all qualities. They clearly lose the battle for acceptable headphones to buy for $350, but some could make a case for the discounted price.Everything I found wrong with the Beats (most to least important):- Sound quality is mediocre.I attribute this to the old design (nearing 3 years) and old parts (Apples W1 chip is long outclassed by the newest chips)With that said, I am also no audiophile (someone who has a keen skill/desire for high quality sound) but I can make general observations about the sound quality from the Studio3’s. I can’t give an super detailed review of the sound quality because I only listened to ~3 songs and maybe 2 videos. But I can say is the trope that “Beats just overbass their headphones” isn’t true. I can’t say what you find as a proper balance of bass, but to me it seemed fined and not too far one way or the other. But you can tell that the timbre wasn’t all that it could be. For the MSRP listed, this should not be case, even for an old design that was adopted and revamped by Apple.- ANC, one of the primary marketing points, is horrible.This is comes from a variety of reasons other than just poor build quality, after reading into the making of the Studio 3’s, Beats tried making an early “adaptive” ANC by changing the way sound is measured, processed, and then cancelled.However, it fails completely and everything from your fingertips rubbing together at arms length, to a pencil dropping behind a closed door is essentially the same with/without ANC on.The only different is bass is slightly toned down, you don’t feel like constantly pressure that other ANC headphones give (kinda like you’re in an airplane at max altitude), but you hear a slight “woosh” constantly.- As mentioned before, build quality as a whole is terrible.Straight out the box, the right earcup is crumpled a towards the bottom because of a poorly designed folding mechanism that squishes the earcup against the headband as it’s packed into the case. The earcups themselves have this cheap, fake leather look and feel, the stitching is far apart and looks poorly made, the earcup foam is obviously cheap, it easily compresses (therefore there’s a lot of air) but then refills as if the foam itself isn’t compact but just large pockets of air (meaning the foam itself is low quality), and the size of the earcups is very small for over-the-ear headphones. So if you happen to be ok with everything I mention, having medium-big ears will already make the experience impossible to begin with.The top headband, a common weakpoint that’s overlooked in headphone design, has literally no cushioning.They didn’t even use the foam from the earcups, it’s rubber on the outside (when slightly damp or if it just came off someone’s head) feels comparable to a pencil eraser. There is a little give to the headband but the material underneath is too thin for me to discern from just pushing down.After wearing the headphones, straight from the box, you could start “feeling” the headband begin pressing into your head after ~1 hour, then feel that annoying soreness after ~1.5 hours of total listening. Once again, considering travel or just extended use would be expected of a $350 headphone, there were too many bad choice they let slide.With the buttons provided on the headphone, there is one good but a few bad things.Firstly, Beats Studio3 happen to be one of the few headphones in this bracket that have a distinct power button. But the action button and touch pad are the main concern I found.A lot of online reviews will say the action button (the beats logo) feels cheap and totally disrupts the hearing experience, but I can’t say I completely agree. I do like a tactile button, but the button provided has a distinct and somewhat loud click. It doesn’t inherently sound cheap nor satisfying to me, but that’s partly subjective. However, you can hear the click very clearly when you are wearing them so if that’s something you dislike, and you’d prefer a touchpad then be aware of that.One of my most concerning observations for the build was the Micro USB charger in the headphones. A lot of online reviewers bash on the cable that’s provided to charge the Studio3 pair, but I don’t mind that they were able to pack some ginormous cable because I can plug in the USB A into a nearby port for close charging. However, the choice for Micro USB charging as a whole is a bad idea to me. Micro USB is getting very old now, being outshined by Lighting and USB C when it comes to things like charging speed, data transfer speed, etc. But my main concern is durability. Again, a $350 pair of headphones should essentially guarantee you multiple years of use. I didn’t fully test the battery life of the pair, but over my years of use with Micro USB I know that the cable itself can corrode but most importantly if the input port (like the one that built into the headphones) doesn’t have good glue to hold it to the plastic inside of the earcup, then the port can pop out can render the charging useless. In the first example of the cable breaking with time, I’m sure a lot of people have old Micro USB cables laying around, but if the input port falls out, then you will be forced to use the provided AUX cord for the headphones (can’t listen to portless devices like modern iPhones).- All the other complaints were at least somewhat merited regarding an expensive headphone. But this one is mostly based on aesthetic.Of these entirely subjective points, the most relatable would be the bulky carrying case the headphones come in. It’s very wide and rounded, so it definitely won’t sit in a backpack or carry-on without taking up unnecessary space. But if the case was designed to be wider/longer but slimmer (like the Sony XM4’s) it could slide into thinner pockets without stretching out the bag. Also, forcing the headphones into a smaller but thicker case is what causes that earcup compression problem I mentioned earlier.The scale of the headphones looks off. From product pictures to models wearing them, the headphones look really nice and stylish. I bought the matte black pair, and I was excited to see how they looked. But they pair overall seems smaller than what you expected (like how I briefly mentioned the small earcups). The overall look seems like it could only give that proper “Beats” look on certain people with specific head sizes/shapes.If you happen to find this pair on sale, don’t really care too much about noise cancelling, want a listening experience that is good but you don’t mind if it isn’t groundbreaking, but want a pair of headphones for more of the luxury aspect, then it wouldn’t seem like a bad deal to buy these.

    922 people found this helpful

  10. Dawn

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Indestructable

    I’ve had these headphone just over 2 years now. I got them to wear at the gym to drown out the annoying crossfitters blaring Adelle and other craptastic music. Since that time I’ve ceased going to the gym and now work on my farm. In this 2 year time, I’ve; left them hanging on my ATV fully exposed for around 2 weeks, during that time it rained and snowed, they still work.I’ve left them outside in pouring rain to the point they were fully soaked, they still work,Multiple other ties they survived rain, snow, blazing sun, temper tantrums, and general abuse. If these headphones were a pet, I would be charged with neglect. I have nicknamed them Thanos, they are eternal.

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