Beats by Dr. Dre Solo3 On-Ear Sound Isolating Bluetooth Headphones - Rose Gold
- On-ear headphones with fine-tuned acoustics deliver Beats signature sound that maximizes clarity, breadth, and balance
- Class 1 Bluetooth allows you to wirelessly pair with your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch (requires iCloud account and macOS Sierra, iOS 10, or watchOS 3)
- Multifunction on-ear controls let you take calls, play music, adjust volume and activate Siri
- Built-in dual beam-forming mics deliver clear audio, so you know you'll be heard even when you're on the go
- Cushioned, pivoting ear cups offer all-day listening comfort and are designed to keep out background noise for an immersive listening experience
- Rechargeable battery provides 40 hours of use on a full charge and 3 hour of playback on a 5-minute Fast Fuel quick charge
- Folding design makes these headphones ultra-portable and easy to store
- Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones
- Carrying Case
- 3.5mm RemoteTalk Cable
- Universal USB Charging Cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B)
- Quick Start Guide
- Warranty Card
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Of the 8953 reviewers who responded, 8594 would recommend this product.
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- Exactly what I expected- October 22, 2015
Look, Beats are bass heavy. Everybody knows it. If you want loud and bass heavy sound then these are perfect. If you want "balanced true sound" then go buy the audio technicas and stop complaining that other people like bass. These are exactly what I was expecting. the only downside is when your device is hooked up to your beats via blue tooth and another device in range at the same time it will randomly switch to the other device. Hint, just disconnect the other device when using beats and only connect to one device at a time. Not super complicated. I got them for $220 so I felt they were worth it. Not sure if I'd pay the full $299 price.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good sound quality, but over-priced- March 25, 2015
When it comes to the Solo 2 Wireless, the average person putting on this pair of headphones probably would come to the conclusion that they are a pretty decent sounding pair of on-ear headphones. Which they are, they don't sound terrible by any means. But the fact still remains that there are many pairs of headphones available at the same price point and cheaper that feature better sound build quality. Don't be fooled by the advertising, if this pair didn't have a Beats logo on the ear cup, they'd probably only cost $100. I've been reviewing tech products for over 7 years and have reviewed over 800 products. About 70 of those items were headphones.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Good sound but hard to pair and uncomfortable- December 17, 2020
I wanted a way to listen to my TV in such a way that the sound would not bother other units in my apartment building especially late at night. After reading reviews and talking to someone who also owned these headphones I decided this would be my best option. I did not realize how hard it would be to pair with my one year old LG TV each time I wanted to use them. I also did not know they would get very uncomfortable after about 20 to 30 minutes of wearing them. It is for those 2 reasons that I am only giving them 3 stars. I'm sure for other people they would be entirely satisfactory. I keep trying to love them but they just aren't suitable for me.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.