One of the critical factors that influence our choice to purchase a pair of headphones is its comfort. The AirPods Pro are marketed to have an
If you are an audiophile and are looking for a pair of headphones that offer pure and unadulterated frequencies, we would have to drive you to a different pair from a different brand, like Bose or Sony. Based on experience and real life reviews, the Beats Studio 3 Wireless pales in comparison with Bose QC35 and Sony WH-1000XM4 in generally all aspects.
In terms of durability, the Beats Studio 3 Wireless also seems to be pretty fragile and is prone to damage if it is bent too much. The active noise cancelling feature is decent, we’ll give Beats Studio 3 Wireless that, but it’s not really at par with its top rating competitors in the market. Further, its close competitors in the same price range are said to have a stronger and durable build.
Some would say that the biggest challenge in using the Beats Studio 3 Wireless is the fact that these cans have a sort of Jekyl-Hyde personality, functioning as two fundamentally different pairs of headphones depending on whether you use an iPhone or an Android device.
In defense of Beats Studio 3 Wireless, it’s not that realistic to look for pure and premium audio quality with headphones that offer active noise cancelling tech. A decent noise cancelling headphone efficiently conveys the emotion and impact of audio while filtering out those cumbersome ambient noises, and the Beats Studio 3 Wireless does just that.
Overall, the Beats Studio 3 Wireless is a decent noise cancelling headphone, but without its W1 augmentation, it doesn’t really have an edge among its competitors. We also wouldn’t recommend it for users who are not in the Apple ecosystem, but if you’re really curious, then it’s worth a try for $350.