With up to 40 hours of battery life, Beats Solo³ Wireless is your perfect everyday headphone. With Fast Fuel, a 5-minute charge gives you 3 hours of playback. Enjoy award-winning Beats sound with Class 1 Bluetooth® wireless listening freedom. The on-ear, cushioned ear cups are adjustable so you can customize your fit for all-day comfort.
Connect via Class 1 Bluetooth® with your device for wireless listening
The award-winning sound and design you've come to love from Beats
Up to 40 hours of battery life for multiday use
With Fast Fuel, 5 minutes of charging gives you 3 hours of playback when battery is low
Adjustable fit with comfort-cushioned ear cups made for everyday use
Sleek, streamlined design that's durable and foldable to go everywhere you do
Take calls, control your music, and activate Siri with the multifunction on-ear controls
Beats by Dr. Dre Solo³ Wireless On-Ear Headphones
Quick start guide
Universal USB charging cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B)
On the website it shows this item comes with the auxiliary cord and i had purchased last year 4 of this same model and it came complete with all accessories shown on site. I went back to Best Buy and showed them the cord was missing so they were very nice and returned it and place another order, so they order comes in and the same problem so i called Beats and they are owned by Apple and they told me that that cord does not come with that cable. i tried to explain to them that when i login to that products it shows it. please see below what i am saying is correct. they told me to take it back to Best Buy again because they dont sell it with that cord. Best Buy just buys the product to sell it, they dont package it....... what a disappointment and waste of my time as i had to wait longer bc of COVID 19. the manager at Best Buy was very nice and provided a generic for the time being. I think if i bought a quality item it should come complete and as the others ones i bought. i like name brand not generic for that i could have gotten a generic headset and paid less.
I cannot wear these headphones for more than 3 hours. I bought these because my last pair of wireless headphones broke on me in the middle of Zoom Uni. So, I decided to splurge and they have a nice base, so music is fun to listen too. I can hear everyone when I have class, meetings, or workshops. They are just very uncomfortable the cushion is actually too plush it just squishes all the way down and you can feel the hard framework behind it. I wear glasses and since it is so snug if I don't adjust my glasses I will have deep indents of my glasses on my head. They are also not comfortable to wear with a mask. Overall this $200+ purchase is probably not my favorite. I wish I could find comfier headphones that won't break on me in a year, but for now I'll have to suffice with these. *Also sorry for the bad photo, my hair is messy since I have to put it up for work, but the red frame is my glasses, and I'm wearing my mask.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about mids quality, soundstage, sound and design. Editors are less positive about treble quality and price. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 85/100 = Very good quality.
The VergeRating, 3.8 out of 53.8Vlad Savov on December 22, 2016
Beats Solo 3 review: decent sound, better wirelessIf you want to condense Apple's 2016 down to a pithy mission statement, it's this: war on wires. Along with the traditional spec upgrades of iPhones and MacBooks, the Cupertino company this year
Beats Solo3 headphones review: Style leads the wayBeats clearly emphasizes style, brand power, and compatibility with Apple products above all else, and average audio performance for $200 might be too steep.
PCMagRating, 3.5 out of 53.5Tim Gideon on January 26, 2017
Beats Solo3 WirelessThe Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones use Apple's W1 chip for easier connectivity with iOS devices and deliver a balanced Bluetooth audio experience for bass lovers, but feel a tad expensive.
A:AnswerNo. It can only connect to one item at a time. For example, when I’m connected to my laptop I can’t answer the phone and it all be on the headphones. The switching can be annoying.
Not one of your questions, but I still believe it’s important you know. The headphones need to be gently stretched. They are WAY too tight! Honestly I think it’s worth buying the more expensive Beats models, not the Solos, or just buy the wireless in-ears. I semi regret my Solo purchase.
A:AnswerYes they do! Any tv with Bluetooth capability. If it can connect to a Bluetooth soundbar/speaker, it will connect to the beats! Great for late night tv time without keeping others awake.
Sound tab -> speaker/sound output -> Bluetooth