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Beats are one of the top leading brands that have been instrumental in changing the shape and essence of the wireless headphones market. The Beats Solo 3 Wireless Headphones are one of the best Beats products to take advantage of Apple’s new technology and expertise. Today, we are going to review the Beats Solo 3 Wireless Headphones. We are going to discuss Beats Solo 3 Wireless: Review, pros, and cons, price, and performance that comes with them. Now Let’s dive into the review with regard to the beats solo 3 wireless headphones.
In terms of visualization, this headphone is not different from other previous Beats Studio 3 models. Its sleek and perfect design is different from others and is a big contribution to Beats or Apple inventions. It also offers a large color option to choose from. Its logo color has also been changed. It comes with a simple plastic headband covered over a high-quality metallic base. Its inside portion is coated with a rubber layer to improve your comfort. They fit on the head very snugly which is great in terms of keeping them in place when you are moving, walking and jumping, doing any kind of light workout, or just lifting for that matter.
This wireless headphone has about 40 hours of battery life now. That will vary a little depending on how often you are using them and how loudly you listen to music. But 40 hours is pretty phenomenal for wireless headphones.
This item has a fast-charging feature. If you plug them in for five minutes, you are going to get about roughly three hours of playback time. That’s awesome if you are on the go, and you just need a quick charge before you hop on a train or something like that, or you are about to take off to the airport.
The product is decently durable so in a workout setting, these have fallen off my head many times during multiple deadlift rep sets, and they have only minimally chipped. There hasn’t been any issue with the full construction of the headphone now. That could vary, but I haven’t noticed any breakdown when it falls off my head.
These headphones consist of W one chip. If you are unaware of that, it’s the chip that automatically syncs these headphones to Apple Products right close to these headphones. So if you turn on an iPhone right next to these headphones, it’s going to sync up automatically. The ear pods have this too, and it’s going to sync up to any kind of Apple Watch or MacBook that you have on the same Apple Cloud. So it’s cool for Apple users.
These headphones get considerably loud so if you like loud music when you are lifting or going for a top set, and you want to blast that music which I don’t recommend doing all the time for your health. This headphone sounds very good for on-ear headphones and will appeal to bass enthusiasts who prefer a sound profile that intensifies the bass but utilizes it to avoid being too boomy.
Is Beats Solo 3 noise-canceling? One of the cons with these headphones is sound leak, cancellation, or the echo that they produce when they are very loud. These are on-ear headphones as opposed to over-ears, so that means that there is not going to be a little more tendency to have a sound leak out of the headphones. Headphones Loud is a good thing for some, but in every scenario, this can’t be ignored.
First and right off the bat is their price. So at normal retail prices around $300 and that is very expensive for the headphone. You can get a higher-end over your headphone for about the same, give or take on the brand. So $300 is pretty expensive. You can find them on sale for $220 at other retail outlets. So if you are looking into this pair, I would say explore your options and look for the best deal because $300 is not that much expensive if we consider its performance, design, durability, sound quality, and other features.
The Beats Solo 3 Wireless release date was 15th October 2016. These headphones fit very snugly, but they are kind of uncomfortable when you wear them for long periods. But if you are wearing them for such long durations of time just sitting down doing work they are a little uncomfortable, so it’s a kind of give and takes in terms of how they fit.