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Price history for Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphones - Apple W1 Headphone Chip, Class 1 Bluetooth, Active Noise Cancelling, 22 Hours
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  • £336.95 - November 25, 2023
  • £338.00 - November 10, 2023
  • £328.21 - October 27, 2023
  • £328.25 - October 20, 2023
Since: October 20, 2023
  • Highest Price: £338.00 - November 10, 2023
  • Lowest Price: £328.21 - October 27, 2023
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Beats Studio3 W1 Chip Price History

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Current Price £336.95 April 13, 2024
Highest Price £338.00 November 10, 2023
Lowest Price £328.21 October 27, 2023
Since October 20, 2023

Last price changes

£336.95 November 25, 2023
£338.00 November 10, 2023
£328.21 October 27, 2023
£328.25 October 20, 2023

Beats Studio3 W1 Chip Description

Next-Level Music Experience

No one likes to get interrupted while listening to music. With Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise Canceling headphones, you can enjoy a high-quality audio experience in total privacy. Beats Studio3 headphones use advanced noise-canceling technology to reduce background noise and leave your ears completely immersed in your music. Its Apple W1 chip makes it easy to sync and switch between all your Apple devices, so you can take a call, skip a track, and adjust the volume all from your headphones. With its lightweight design, Beats Studio3 makes it easy to take it with you, whether you’re headed to the gym, out for a run, or just looking for a private moment of creative concentration.

Noise-Canceling True Comfort

Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise Canceling headphones put you in control of your listening experience. With its Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling feature, Beats Studio3 adjusts the noise canceling level to the environment so your music always sounds its best. Its soft ear cushions are lightweight and therefore comfortable enough to wear for extended hours. The headphones also come with a foldable design, making them ultra-portable and perfect for travel.

Apple W1 and Fast Fuel Technology

The Beats Studio3 headphones have been optimized for use with Apple devices, thanks to the integrated Apple W1 chip. This chip makes them ideal for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch users, as it allows you to seamlessly switch between devices and take calls, skip tracks, and adjust the volume all from the headphones. For a quick-charge, you need just 5 minutes of charging and you are good to enjoy up to 3 hours of playtime.

Crystal Clear Clarity

Beats vibrates the air around you, producing incredibly clear sound. The quad-driver system ensures what you hear is an accurate representation of the music, allowing you to feel each nuance and truly be immersed in it. Whether you’re listening to your favorite artist, podcast, audiobook, or other media, you’ll always experience the highest quality audio with Beats Studio3 headphones.

Product Features

  • Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling (Pure ANC)
  • Apple W1 headphone chip
  • Real-time Audio calibration
  • 22-hour battery life
  • Foldable design for easy portability
  • Dual-mode Adaptive Noise Canceling
  • Soft ear cushions for comfortable listening
  • Control music, volume and answer calls with on-speaking buttons
  • 3-hour quick charging
  • Connects via Bluetooth

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Beats Studio3 W1 Chip Reviews (10)

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  1. Andrew Craven

    Great

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  2. Wing Wong

    This is the third “Beats Headset” in our household. The other two are still in use, just by other members of the family. (each prior generation gets passed down/etc).

    But I had been using a pair of generic padded headphones while my wife was using the Beats Solo2 and recently upgraded to the Beats Solo3. I found them to be comfortable, but wanted larger ear cups since I didn’t like pressure on my ears too much. So when Prime Day rolled around, I picked up a pair of these on sale. Nice.

    So, my impressions:

    Package: top notch. Typical Apple minimalism, fit and finish. The only thing I would nit pick is that the headphones were collapsed inside of the egg shaped hardshell, so one of the ear pads had dented a bit due to being constantly pressed against the inside of the arch. Not a problem, but just a nit pick.

    Comfort: the ear pads were not large enough to completely encompass my ears. However, they are more comfortable, for me, vs the Solo3. So definitely a plus if your head/ears are a bit bigger. This will help.

    Setup: Turn it on by holding down the power button… place near an Apple device, and it shows up. Accept the pairing and you’re good to go. It was painless and worked just like with the AirPods.

    Sound quality: After having spent a good deal of time exposed to high frequency sounds(data centers) I think that I’m not a good judge of “awesome sound reproduction”. The padded cups and the tweaking that Apple/Beats did definitely causes the output of the headphones to favor the lower end of the audio spectrum. So things of a strong deep thump nature will definitely be felt. The higher frequency sounds sounded alright for several of the pieces I played. The mids feels a bit muddied, but that could be due to either the heavy bass-leaning configuration or the dampening effect of the headset and the ANR.

    Ambient Noise Reduction: so I didn’t know this, but each time you turn these on, the noise reduction is turned on by default. I had the headsets on for a while with no music playing, and wondered how to turn it on, when I read that it starts by default. You can disable it after powering it up with a double push of the power button or from the bluetooth device info screen on your IOS device. When this happens, there is a beep/tone to indicate a state change, a momentary dip in audio output from the internal change, and then all of a sudden, I heard a humming sound. I thought they were defective and then realized that it was the sound of the HVAC in the room. …. I had never even noticed it. I spent a few minutes walking around the room and seeing how it worked, turning it on and off again. Basically, it seems like it measures and figures out the frequencies of the surroundings and then counters those frequencies. There IS a noticeable drop. Box fan in one room… can definitely hear it. Turn on ANC and then it dips down to a very very quiet repeating whoosh whoosh. The music when played like this feels more like music being listened to in a quieter room. It’s definitely not just white noise.

    Heat: I can see how the design might result in sweaty ears. 🙂 And I don’t see myself running/jogging with these. But then again, they aren’t Beats Jugging Headphones. They are studio headphones. So I’ll leave the running music activities to my Air Pods… and let’s face it, if I’m out on the sidewalk/etc, I WANT to be aware of my surroundings.

    All in all, I really like them. I went with matte black mainly because it was nice and plain.

    Update: after a week of use, really liking this headset. I can get about three nights if sleep use out of it before needing to recharge. I think that for people who are sensitive to noise when they sleep, the ANC is great for giving you that “quiet room” experience. If you want to play a little very quiet music or white noise over the ANC, that works too. Really cool.

    Love not having to deal with a cord when I’m listening to music and working at my computer.

    Haven’t used the headset mode more than a few times, but seems okay.

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  3. David Juárez

    Me gusto el producto, es nuevo y llego en excelentes condiciones

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  4. MemoryLane

    Original and sealed in the box. I was a bit scared to order these from a second party but everything went good!

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  5. Pachenko

    The sound for these headphones is second to none in my opinion. The only bad thing I do have to say is that these are sort of sensitive to sweat.

    I bought these back in February. I use them to workout. Yet for some reason for only being used 3months they are now starting to give out a static noise. I hope this isn’t a common issue and it just possibly happened to m..

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  6. Avalon1224

    Hace 4 años había comprado unos iguales en diferente color,y por la parte del diseño, calidad de sonido y materiales no hay ninguna queja, siguen siendo de lo mejor que he probado.
    Los de este año tienen como diferencia una baja de calidad en el estuche que los contienen, es más blando, y ya no traen el adaptador de la toma de corriente, solo vienen con el cable USB – Mini USB; independientemente de eso, les sigo dando 5 estrellas.
    Portátiles en cierto modo, duraderos, los cojines se llegan a desgastar al cabo de unos 3 años, pero puedes comprar muy buenos repuestos a buen precio.
    La integración con iPhone es excelente, y la batería con buena duración (más de 4 hrs.); duraderos…

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  7. swat4hire

    To tell you the truth I miss the wired beats headset I had purchased about 4 years 5 years ago?
    I’ve had 3 pairs of beats headsets now the 1st one was terrific and even the 2nd 1 the studio to wired headset was pretty outstanding! This 3rd pair however is a bit different
    I love beets music headsets! They are terrific they fit really well and are a great value for the money and how long they last and the sound quality but this particular set … Maybe it’s just my Headset but there’s something off about the sound.
    Their noise canceling is good the base is terrific but it’s kind of missing the mid… Maybe a little more Treble?
    Something odd too that I wouldn’t have expected is that the battery now has to be charged twice A-day instead of once and they can understand that because it’s not plugged into the phone like my other headset was so as not draining off the battery but keeping the Bluetooth connection on seems to drain the battery faster and I don’t understand that at all as it’s just not something you’d expect to be a drain on the battery.
    Beats is always put out a very high quality product but since Apple purchased it… It seems it’s made a little cheaper and quality than the last 2 pairs I have had
    The headband feels a little more flexible and that troubles me because I don’t want to see these things break. The only time any of the ones I had broke was the 1st pair that’s because I was pulling it out of my kid’s hand he was 19 or 20 at the time.
    I’m hoping it’s a better made product increasing in its quality versus Apple cutting corners and causing problems where there were none
    I find it very sad that doctor Dre gave up this company for the money I can’t imagine any other reason someone would sell such a quality company with a great brand and outstanding products when the company it was sold to cares very little about the quality of Music itself. Sure they sell music online but they’re not musicians! I used to be. The quality of the sound really matters to me which is why I bought these in the 1st place. Beats music also had the number one online music source in my opinion but as soon as doctor Dre left it it went downhill and then sold out
    So I can say that these are really great headphones and I still haven’t heard any others that are as good as these but in fact have tried many others trying them in this store and the sound didn’t come close to the quality of beats music. Honestly not even close. If I needed a pair of headphones and didn’t have the money for these I would save as long as I had to to buy a pair of these instead of just settling on something else because I would not enjoy the experience as much as I do with this headset. Should I say this brand?
    All in all it is an expensive purchase. Seeing that it’s expensive you have to decide for yourself whether hearing music as it was meant to be heard as important to you. It is to me. It’s an investment in your entertainment and it’s so worth while one.
    I cannot recommend this headset any higher but to say if you can find the beats music studio to version in new condition which would be very rare indeed. The ones that are wired meaning it would connect from the headset to your phone I would suggest that pair over these.
    These are a great 2nd to that 1.

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  8. Angie morton

    One thing I wasn’t aware, can I get an adaptor so I can use the connection for my I-Phone 8?

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  9. Janie Ramos

    The sound is awesome ,size and color is exactly what my daughter wanted. Most importantly my daughter was very pleased with them.

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  10. Troy Hoyt

    These are not going to provide the listener with pristine audiophile quality sound… but they’re going to effortlessly deliver very good sound quality, with a big, fat low-frequency punch you’ll never find in headphones from Audeze or Sennheiser. They’re also a grand cheaper than most offerings from those high-end companies.

    I went from a pair of panel-driver Audeze which cost nearly three times what I paid for these Beats Studio3, and I’ve been very impressed. Is the midrange and high frequencies as defined as the Audeze? No, but they more than make up for that with their shockingly strong low-end, and overall volume output. The best thing I find is the sheer volume they can produce, far surpassing my Audeze, which simply could not achieve a satisfactory volume level, before they started clipping. A very disappointing feature for such an expensive set of headphones.

    Sometimes, you just want to crank your tunes. For those times, the Beats Studio 3 headphones answer the call perfectly… and do so at a price which is not on par with a ten year-old used vehicle. I highly recommend these headphones.

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