Price and specifications
Beats Studio3 wireless headphones

Impedance 32 Ω
Play music time 22 h
Wireless distance 10 m
Microphone Yes
Waterproof Yes
TF card support No
Control buttons Yes

Wireless headphones Beats Studio3

Release DateNovember 2017
Availability On sale
Brand Beats
Model Studio3

Beats Studio3 by CNET Youtube review

Description: Beats Studio3 isn’t just a wireless headphone, it’s a premium device that goes head to head with a major brand like Sony. As a high-end headset, the Beats Studio3 has the Noise Cancellation System and pure ANC. The build is very simple and futuristic and very comfortable and nice to wear for a long time. The ear-cups and headband are soft and perfectly fit around your ears. The battery life is also long, about 22 hours when ANC and Bluetooth are on and 40 hours when turned off. In terms of audio quality, everything is balanced and natural


  • Has Noise Cancelation System & pure ANC
  • Comfortable to wear for a long time
  • Earcups & headband are soft and perfect
  • 22 to 40 hours playback time
  • 10 minutes of charging can have 3 hours playback
  • Audio quality is clean, has balanced bass sound and more natural
  • Durable & foldable


  • Expensive price tag of $350



Application Smartphone, iPod
Wireless technology Bluetooth
Color Black, Gray, Blue, Red, Gold, White


Impedance 32 Ω (Ohm)
Sensitivity 118 Db
Frequency Responses 20 - 20000 Hz


Play music time 22 h
Standby time 40 h


Removable wire Yes
Connecting interface 3.5mm, Micro USB
Wireless distance 10 m


Microphone Yes
FM radio No
Noise Cancelling Yes
Control buttons Yes
Waterproof Yes
TF card support No
Foldable headphones Yes


Weight 260 g

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