Beats Studio vs. Studio Wireless | QUICK COMPARISON!
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Similarities & Differences
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Similarities & Differences
Both include a hard shell carrying case.
Both have a fold-able design.
Both have adaptive noise cancellation.
Both have a built in mic for taking calls.
The Wireless version actually says Wireless on the side, while the Studio wired version does not (for obvious reasons).
Battery. The battery life on the Wireless is 12 hours, while the wired version is 20. On the Wireless, you charge the headphones via USB, while the wired comes with rechargeable batteries. The wired version does come with a USB charging cable as well.
Bluetooth. The wireless version has Bluetooth capabilities while the wired does not.
In the box. The Beats Studio Wireless come with a Remote Talk cable (with mic and remote), a USB 2.0 charging cable, a hard shell carrying case, a quick start guide, and a limited 1-year warranty. The wired comes with a USB 2.0 charging cable, a USB power adapter, a 3.5mm audio cable, a Remote talk cable, a hard shell carrying case, a cleaning cloth, and a limited 1-year warranty.
Sound. The sound quality is very similar, but the Wired version overall is more resolving, with better clarity and detail. The Wireless version is a little looser, and doesn’t sound quite as cohesive. I found myself kind of turning up my nose at the ridiculous bass rumble. There’s simply too much going on here.
I’ll be honest: I don’t really like the Studio Wireless in terms of sound quality. Comfort and durability are very good, but the Solo3’s are a much better headphone overall. They’re tighter, and the sound signature isn’t bloated. I just feel like there’s way too much bass on the Studio version, and it’s not a good thing.
So if you need a Bluetooth Wireless headphone, I would opt for the Solo3. Interested in learning more about them?
If you’re in the market for a wired version that will blow you away, the Crossfade M100’s are your boy. They are everything the Studio’s aren’t. They have ridiculously tight bass that digs down very deep, their sound signature is remarkably clear, detailed, and precise, especially for a bass-heads can. You will find yourself pointing out heaps of subtleties that you previously missed in other headphones. Add to that they’re extremely durable and pretty comfortable, and you’ve got yourself a winning solution. Interested in learning all about them?
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