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New headphones, sorted: 5 ways Beats Studio 3 Wireless are must-haves

So, there’s trendy, then there’s Beats by Dre.

Never before has a set of music-playing headphones gone from a little name by a big name in music, to being absorbed by the biggest tech company in the world, Apple, to take over how we do music.

There have been lots of different versions of the Beats name since they started back in 2008, but it’s the newest version, Beats Solo 3 Wireless.

They’re packed with a tonne of stuff that makes them one of the leading brands in wireless audio for basically everyone on the market – that don’t make your head look oddly weird – with a bunch of good stuff to know about.

Wireless

They come with Class 1 Bluetooth technology, meaning you don’t need to install anything in your phone or computer. Just hold down the button and connect via Bluetooth.

Quality acoustics

At the heart of Beats Solo3 Wireless is the Beats sound. The headphones come with fine-tuned acoustics that maximise clarity, breadth and balance, on top of which comfort-cushion ear cups buffer outside noise for immersive sound so you can experience music the way it was meant to be heard.

Heaps of battery life

It has a pretty impressive battery life and charge factor, meaning you score up to 40 hours of battery life and quick 5-minute charge gives you 3 hours of playback.

Super comfy

Beats Solo3 Wireless stays true to its predecessor with bold styling and a streamlined design. The on-ear, cushioned ear cups are adjustable so you can customize your fit for all-day listening comfort. The headphone’s fast-flowing curves and pivoting ear cups complete this natural fit, designed for optimal comfort and sound delivery.

Built in controls

to quickly get you back on track. Integrated on-ear controls, coupled with dual beam-forming mics, allow you to take calls, play music, adjust volume and activate Siri while on the go.

See the full range of Beats by Dre at their Aussie website.

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