The Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones are great in terms of the wonderful features they have, such as the great battery and the distinctive sound.
Fast Talk (Beats Solo3)
The Beats headphones are an Apple deal to buy the Beats brand, as the headphones first appeared in 2016.
What we have in our hands now are the new Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones, which are not completely different from their predecessors the Solo 2, but they have added many very impressive improvements, for example battery life, as these headphones have a wonderful battery life by all standards that lasts for three days.
But there are several notes on the sound quality of the Solo 3 Wireless headphones, which did not differ much from the previous version, as there is no noise cancellation feature.
The Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones are now available in red at EBAY-DE for 135 €
Beats Solo3: Very Comfortable design
We cannot say that the design of the new Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones is amazing, but it is reasonable to update, it is a reasonable step on the part of Apple, as it is a well-known product internationally, as over the years Beats has smoothed the lines of the group with the Solo 2 for a less aggressive look.
There are many different colors to choose from, for example there is the glossy black version, and there is also matte black, glossy white, silver, gold, rose gold, purple and red.
The v Wireless headphones come with the “B” logo, but now they are identical to the color you choose, not in the warmest color like previous versions.
The design of the Beats Solo3 Wireless not change much, as most of the frame of plastic, with the foldable hinge and headband skeleton made of durable metal for added strength.
As for the pillows, they are foam cover with artificial leather in order to give you more comfort, but unfortunately the headphones have fake leather, but despite this the artificial things come almost indistinguishable from the real things these days.
The Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones have a rubber part at the top of your head,
and its function is to spread the pressure well and create higher friction,
so you can wear the headphones for long periods without any discomfort.
But we found that if you have glasses, you will likely find that after a few hours you start to feel some discomfort in your cartilage.
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Beats Solo3 Features: Controls
The Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones have a 3.5 mm port on the left cup, for use when the battery is depleted, and the headphones are foldable.
As for the controls, they are located, but hidden, on the right ear cup. For example, the Beats logo acts as a play or pause button and changes the ring above / below the volume level.
There is also a hidden microphone in the ear cup that allows you to make calls as well, but unfortunately the Beats Solo 3 Wireless has an active noise canceling feature.
But instead the Beats Solo3 Wireless used pure passive isolation, as the pads block the sound, and we found it worked well enough for use on noisy public transport.
Amazing battery life and great connection
The Beats Solo3 Wireless has two meaty insides, one excellent and the other just acceptable.
One of the wonderful features that distinguish the Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones is the technology that enters its wireless capabilities, and Apple stated that this is attributed to its W1 wireless chip. In terms of battery life, it is more than amazing in reality, with a duration of 40 hours.
We ran several tests on the headphones and found that they could last about 20 hours, and the previous Beats Solo 2 headphones lasted 12 hours between charges, so that’s an amazing upgrade.
You can use and enjoy your headphones for two weeks before charging instead of just once. The headphones also feature wireless charging, you will get 3 hours of playback after a 5 minute charge.
Although the headphones are wireless, there is also a micro-USB cable, although there is no way to directly connect it to the iPhone Lightning port and charge the headphones from it.
We also found that the wireless signal is very strong, so when testing we did not hear a crackling sound or a light signal or interruption even once.
We also found that the popups on the Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones in iOS are a lot like a Wi-Fi speaker.
You can also use Solo Wireless 3 as any Bluetooth pair if you use Android, although there is no NFC or aptX.
Performance: Audio quality
As for the sound of the Beats Solo3 Wireless, it is very similar to the sound of the Beats Solo 2, but there are many upgrades nonetheless.
For example, the way the bass, which tends to mute the sound, has been changed, so the speakers resemble a hi-fi system with an attached subwoofer.
We also found extra bass here, but it’s centered around fairly low frequencies, and the result is a powerful kick drum beats that sound strong, but not in a way that turns bass into something annoying.
The Beats Solo 3 Wireless has great sound and is lively and blends well with the Beats brand image.
We also found the bass beat extremely cool, with much less unwanted sound than the first Solo headphones.
However, considering the price point, the midrange sound is quite flat and lacks dynamics, resulting in some hard edges for some of the sounds.
The Solo 3 Wireless headphones have a certain kind of detail that separates decent headphones from great headphones.
We also found that the Solo 3 Wireless headphones aren’t in the best condition in games, as the Bass Tom rolling bed creates a distracting effect that makes the track look messy.
Strong bass is enough to divert your attention and it can also exacerbate the problem and disturb the arrangements.
The Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones come with many wonderful features, they shine with their wireless technology, and this is in addition to the very strong Bluetooth technology.
They also provide you with good range and long-lasting battery life.
Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones have an impressive bass response by all accounts, providing powerful sound without too much boom.
It also has a very elegant design, which comes in a range of colors, ranging from bolder shades that tend to tend to youth to the matte finishes.
But one thing we didn’t like is that the Solo 3 Wireless is supposed to be the next generation wireless headphone for all iPhones, but its wired connection isn’t made directly to the iPhone without using the 3.5mm adapter.
But in the end, we cannot ignore the numerous upgrades that are present in the Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones in terms of the pioneering battery life, for example.