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|Bluetooth Power Class
|Not Specified by Manufacturer
0.6" / 1.5 cm
2.8 x 2 x 1" / 7.2 x 5.1 x 2.55 cm
0.2 oz / 5 g
1.7 oz / 48 g
|Number of Voice Mics
|Not Specified by Manufacturer
|Active Noise Cancellation
|Controls: Left Earpiece, Right Earpiece
Microphone: Left Earpiece, Right Earpiece
|Full Remote OS Support
|Quick Charging Times
|5 Minutes for 1 Hour
The compact size, comfort, and excellent sound quality make these very appealing for the price. But iPhone users will find a few useful Apple ecosystem features missing, and the microphone quality could be better.
Pretty affordable, Extremely compact and comfortable, Great music quality for the price
Noise-cancellation is just okay, Missing a few Apple-centric features, Mediocre microphone performance
The Studio Buds aren’t class-leading in any one area, but they’re well-rounded enough to be in that tier of true wireless earbuds worth considering. The wonderfully light design is a real plus, they’re as easy to use as any other Apple headphone (even more so on Android), their active noise...
Lightweight, comfy and sensible design, Pleasant sound quality, Fast pairing and lost-device tracking on both iOS and Android, Rock-solid connectivity
No automatic in-ear detection, No multipoint connectivity, No wireless charging, Trying to quickly chat with a cashier with transparency mode enabled, not hearing a word they're saying, and realizing you're better off just taking the earbuds out entirely
Beats’ earbuds are getting into the active noise cancellation game, with the Beats Studio Buds also promising a much smaller package and more flexible product than its previous wireless headphones.
Well-balanced musically for a wide range of genres, Solid battery life, Near-parity of iPhone and Android features, ANC is decent
No wireless charging for the case, Fans of Beats' legendary bass may be left wanting, No in-ear sensor for automatic pause, In-call mic performance falls short
The new Studio Buds are Beats’ second pair of true wireless earbuds and follow the Powerbeats Pro, which remain my pick for the best all-around earbuds for fitness purposes like running or hitting the gym. With its latest pair, Beats is hoping to attract a much wider audience.
Compact, comfortable design, Good sound quality for the price, USB-C, They support Android features
Poor noise cancellation, Disappointing mic performance, No wireless charging, They don’t offer all of Apple’s software tricks
The Beats Studio Buds are great for sports and fitness. They're comfortable, well-built, and are rated IPX4 for water resistance. They're also lightweight and very portable. However, they don't have stability fins, and they may fall out of your ears with more intense head movements.
IPX4 rating., Comfortable, well-built design., Very consistent audio delivery.
Bad passive soundstage performance.
Unless you own an iPhone, you probably haven't thought about Beats much in a few years. Apple bought the company for three billion-with-a-B dollars in 2014, and its more recent products have been increasingly Apple-focused, Lightning charging ports and all.
SoundFull and fun. Bass is prominent but not overwhelming., ANCNot outstanding, but not bad, either., ComfortAlways subjective, but these things sit perfectly in my ears, even without any "fins" or whatever to stabilize them., Platform agnosticismSupports Android just as well as iOS.
Missing featuresNo wireless charging, no in-ear detection, no on-bud volume control., Price$150 isn't crazy for ANC earbuds by any means, but it feels just atouchhigh for what you're getting here., AppThe Beats app doesn't do much, to the point it's more or less completely useless to me.
“In the Studio Buds, Beats found a perfect balance between features and price.”
We have seldom been so excited about a pair of earplugs for less than £200. Or so similarly disappointed.
Hassle-free connection, Noise reduction and ambient sound, supports Spatial Audio, Missing plugs can be found using the mobile phone.
Harsh sound, no app with EQ adjustment.
Beat Studio Buds are a triumphant change of focus for Beats, and a fantastic pair of earbuds for the rest of us.
Studio Buds are the first True Wireless headphones from Apple subsidiary Beats. With their debut, the manufacturer wants to delight the iOS community with a low-cost AirPods alternative, as well as convince Android devotees with an almost identical feature set.
The Beats Studio Buds with Active Noise Cancelation work very well. I found the sound quality to be really good for all kinds of music and the ANC works well, especially with consistent background jet engine noise when you are on an airplane. The only negative is the fit.
They are ok but i wouldn't repurchase this product again because the sound level is the same as a cheap pair of buds and know one can ever hear me clearly on the mic 3rd they run out of battery pretty fast.
I've been using AirPods for a while now and I wanted something new so I bought these and let me tell you something these beats are so amazing they're very comfortable and fit really well the battery life is great and the audio is so crispy and the bass is out of this world I most definitely...
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’ve been using these for about two weeks now and I have to say, they have the best sound! The noise canceling is one of the best you can find on the market and with the transparency makes it very easy to hear conversations while listening to my...
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] These are just like Apple air pods, but better in my opinion. They are super comfortable with 3 different ear piece sizes and they fit snuggly in my ear. The sound is amazing and I barely can hear anything outside of using them.
This Earbuds is a standout! Price cheaper from than the Bose and Sony Noise cancelling earbuds, its probably the best earbuds in its field
The Beats earbuds sound was great. The earbuds were hard to take in and out of the charger. It is hard to connect to my laptop. The price is quite high. Unfortunately, I will return it.
The Beats Studio Buds Bluetooth only worked during initial pairing setup, the next day, it not only does not automatically connect to the iPhone, sines I would need to go to Setting and manually select the Beats device to connect, other times, it would not even connect, the.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] These Beats by Dre. earbuds are absolutely amazing. The sound quality compared to regular every day earbuds just explains the value in it's self. And let me not even get started about the sound quality with the base. You will Love Beats by Dre too!
these honestly impressed me for the price of them but then again this type of quality is expected from beats. But I will say if you already have a pair of AirPod Pros I wouldn't recommend these, but if you're looking to upgrade these would work great they aren't as good as the pros with transparency...