Beats released an extremely comprehensive line of headphones only a year ago. However, the new collection was missing a major piece of the puzzle, namely the flagship Studio Wireless over-ear headphone. It turns out that it was just a one-year delay. The company has just introduced new 3rd generation wireless headphones called Studio3 Wireless. The price tag is $350 and offers a lot of added value above the standard performance.
The new Beats over-ear headphones look exactly the same as its predecessors Studio Wireless four years ago. However, even though the design didn’t receive any upgrades, it is what’s under the hood that makes it a truly remarkable product. The company used this time to innovate only the inside of their flagship product.
The New Beats Wireless Headphones Offer Better Sound, Latest Technology for Noise Cancellation, and Improved Battery Autonomy
Therefore, Beats claimed that the interior of their new headphones received a complete technical redesign. The new circuitry features the W1 chip from Apple (which was already included in other Beats products), the PowerBeats3 Wireless, the BeatsX, and the Solo3 Wireless. On top of that, the asset promises the latest technology for noise cancellation and new internals.
The new wireless headphones are going to serve owners longer thanks to a battery life that lasts around 22 hours since the last plug. On the other hand, if users cherish the autonomy better than noise cancellation, they can unlock 40 non-stop hours of sound provided that they turn to low power audio mode.
Enthusiasts would also no longer have to be dependent on recharges with their new Studio3 Wireless. That’s because Beats claimed that a 10-minute charge would be enough to offer three hours of autonomy of listening time.
The improved sound comes from the Class 1 Bluetooth upgrade. As the connectivity range is more generous than ever before, the sound won’t have its quality dented anymore. The only thing that is missing from these high-tier wireless headphones is the USB-C connector. Owners will have to resort to a microUSB connector to charge their gadgets.
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