Beats by Dr. Dre Solo3 Wireless

Beats by Dr. Dre Solo3 Wireless

  • Earpiece design: On ear
  • Wireless
  • Headset (integrated/enclosed microphone)
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3.3 of 5 stars

Based on 15 reviews

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13/11/2018
Edited 27/10/2019
    Thought to give my opinion after almost a year of use. The handsets have been used at the gym, on the bike ride between work and home as well as when I am traveling and traveling elsewhere. Listens to varied music, including podcasts and other mobile calls. The good things: + Battery life, 40 hours is fantastic. + The sound. I am generally picky but still think Beats delivers moderately well with bass and rich sound, also good for podcasts. However, not the best sound on the market. + Durable in different environments, used in humid weather without any problems. + Scope, despite several rooms away from the phone, the connection stays in place. It is impressive. + Design. Few headphones that I think have such a nice design as Beats. + Pairing is simple and not the least complicated. The less good things: - Around 2 salmon for these is expensive. I bought these for SEK 1300, which better justifies the approximate price they could have cost. - The maximum volume I think could have been higher. - Can become quite uncomfortable for the ears after a few hours of use. - Works OK on a quiet gym. But a moving gym pass makes them slip off. - Dies on cold, can't handle around +10 degrees. - The sound, again. The treble is not the best, but can be adjusted in EQ. - The bonding around the jumper has begun to give way. No visible problem but alarming. - Light plastic construction. - Could have covered the ears in a better way, a lot of sounds that are leaking and it is obviously scary for those sitting next to you on eg. flights. Overall a relatively good headphones. However, I feel that the price is in excess of what you actually get for the money. If, on the other hand, the new price had been around the thousands, it would have been more justified. EDIT: Used for almost a year and a half and further reduces the grade. The gluing has started to loosen on the ear pads and the cover. Is now in feud with Apple for complaints. Another warning that comes with the headphones is the Apple computer; The headphones are a _ gift, so Apple's own warranty does not apply.

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    11/03/2019
      Uses these headphones for training (gym + running + pw). Think they have good sound for the purpose. + Stylish + Sits good (doesn't get too hot about the ears when exercising) + Superb battery life

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      24/02/2019
        This review will be about 3 different headphones. Becomes a comparison between them, (will compare bass, sound, comfort and price). Then of course it is up to you which headphones you prefer: beats by dre solo3, and beats by dre studio3. Every couple has a better side that no other couple has (strange enough). Many people think that Studio has the strongest and best bass sound, but the thing is that the base is not powerful but it is rather of better quality, but not far from the quality of the other couples' basic quality. I who love bass would love to have a pair of headphones whose base is powerful and heard a lot, which I therefore do not content with Studio. However, the sound was crystal clear. Comfort? Yeah, okay, though FOR GREAT. But they are wireless and wire included if you do not want to consume the batteries when you are at home. My little brother got them because I preferred smaller headphones with more bass. Should you sit nicely when you gym ... Studio for 3000? Hell either ... max 1200 kr. Solo3? The sound had a slightly poorer sound quality than Studio, but it is obviously ... studio had crystal clear sound. But I thought the sound was still nice. The base was a bit more trapped, but a little more powerful. Was still not satisfied with the base. I had to get the spotify premium, then on that app you can work with Equalizer and then the base became better. I dislike the fact that you could not have higher volume when I was at max. But was still happy with the sound and the base. Could be much better though. The comfort was really nice, you can change the song, pause, raise / lower the volume by pressing the sides of the headphones. Wireless and included wire if you do not want to consume the batteries at home (and listen to music on the computer / mobile). Too bad you can't use the microphone on the wire when sitting at the computer (it works on the mobile. Very stylish watches. 10 m range on bluetooth was good for me. Even negative with Solo on the comfort is that the pillows push in against the ears quite a lot. You get sore about your ears after last hour's use.The price of them is 2000 but you think that max should put 900-1000 on them. EP on the other hand ... cost 700 SEK (should fan cost 800-900) and have the same sound quality as Solo and also much stronger base? How is this logical? You can also have really high volume on these and 0 distortion when you have been working on the equalizer (a lot of bass) on the spotify app. Quite honestly, SOMETHING was pleased with these to listen to music. The base ... it was rough. Too bad and just fucking bad that these are not wireless ...: / / otherwise, but the thread feels awkward when you are and gymnastics, which sucks. The comfort is okay anyway, because they don't pinch your ears as much as Solo does. Conclusion: Audio quality goes to Studio, the base goes easy to EP, the comfort of Solo and the prize goes to the EP. The winner? Hard, but had EP been wireless, so I had taken EP every day. All. Days. If I want to brag a bit with stylish headphones then I have to go with Solo. Studio is for Studio IMO. Who the fan goes with the big headphones to the gym or have them on the town ...

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        24/08/2017
        Edited 06/02/2019
          + Stylish + Good sound + Sensual battery life + Apple's new chip in for fast pairing - Loaded with microusb, why this outdated standard? - Expensive - Contact loses quite often - Feel free to throw off the skull, nothing for the training directly.

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          31/01/2019
            Nice sound but very good build quality! After 3 months of office use they started to fall separately and both sides cracked on the holders.

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