Unless you have been living under a rock, you would be knowing that Beats is the most popular headphones brand in the world. Apple bought Beats and since then there has been nothing but improvements in the already great brand. Apple just launched the updated Beats Studio 3 and it has been rebuilt from the ground up.
It has been just around three years since Beats updated its top-tier Studio headphones. It was worth the wait as there are many useful changes in the new model. The headphones have longer Bluetooth range, Apple’s W1 chip, better noise cancellation, redesigned internals and a longer battery life.
Beats Studio 3 aren’t really different from the outgoing model and look like a larger version of Beats Solo 3. The headphones come in six different colors and Apple has really out done itself with the color schemes. Due to the improved battery life, Beats have specifically mentioned that the ear cushions have been improved for all day wear. Sony were MDR-1000X were the most comfortable headphones we had tested but we will have to compare them with Beats Studio 3 to see which one comes out the winner.
Apple’s incorporation of the W1 chip works wonders. Beats Studio 3 instantly connects to Apple devices when they are nearby and gives up to 22 hours of battery life with noise cancellation activated. With noise cancellation turned off, the headphones are able to stretch the battery life for about 40 hours. That is a mile ahead of the competition and even more than Sony’s MDR-1000X. When the headphones run out of juice, you can charge them for 10 minutes and get up to 3 hours of listening time as well.
Beats claims it has reengineered its noise cancelling tech from ground up. Apple calls it the Pure ANC (Active Noise Cancellation). What this tech does is gather data of your surroundings and adjust the strength of noise cancellation accordingly. This makes the noise cancellation one of the smartest we have ever come across.
We really love with how Beats has reengineered its already great headphones. Do you think Beats Studio 3 has what it takes to beat Sony and Bose at their game? Let us know in the comments section below.
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