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Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling On-Ear Headphones - Gray (Renewed)
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- High-performance wireless noise cancelling headphones in grey
- Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) blocks external noise
- Transparency helps you stay aware of your surroundings while listening
- Features the Apple H1 Headphone Chip and Class 1 Bluetooth for extended range and fewer dropouts
- Compatible with iOS and Android
- Hands-free controls via “Hey Siri” on iOS devices, and voice capability with the push of the b button on a variety of compatible devices
- Up to 22 hours of listening time (up to 40 hours with ANC and Transparency turned off)
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Get inspired with Solo Pro noise-cancelling wireless headphones. To deliver sound how you want it, Solo Pro features two listening modes: Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) and Transparency. Beats' Pure ANC gives you the space to create with fully immersive sound, while Transparency helps you stay aware of your surroundings. Every detail of Solo Pro has been carefully considered, right down to the intuitive way the headphones turn on and off via folding. The ergonomic design delivers exceptional comfort for extended wear and sleek style. And with up to 22 hours of battery life, you can keep the music going no matter where your day takes you. Solo Pro offers Class 1 Bluetooth for extended range and fewer dropouts.
High-performance wireless noise-cancelling headphones in grey
Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) blocks external noise
Transparency helps you stay aware of your surroundings while listening
Features the Apple H1 Headphone Chip and Class 1 Bluetooth for extended range and fewer dropouts
Compatible with iOS and Android
Hands-free controls via “Hey Siri” on iOS devices, and voice capability with the push of the b button on a variety of compatible devices
Up to 22 hours of listening time (up to 40 hours with ANC and Transparency turned off)
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They are built well and have a metal headband whereas the standard Solos and other Beats have a plastic band. This also causes their biggest flaw though, as they are very tight. They become a little uncomfortable after about 20 minutes, but not too bad. My ears did hurt when I pulled them off after a couple hours though. The ear cups are much firmer than previous beats, and are more uncomfortable.
Also, if you have a large head these are probably not for you. They don't have much adjustability. I have a medium large head and to use these they need to be fully extended.
I bought these for working out, hence why I bought refurbished. I think these are pretty good on ear headphones for running, but even with the clamping force they have, the headband still wants to fall forward when I look down to pick something up.
I was pleasantly surprised that these looked and even smelled brand new, and no dirt or grease came off when I wiped them down with a mildly soapy rag.
Overall, for half price at $169 I would recommend them but I think I will be returning them and getting the standard solos. I wouldn't recommend these at the full $300 price though, just get the Studios for $350.
I have been considering a set of noise canceling headphones and my priority has been wireless lately. I have a mix of computers and devices but my work computer is Windows 10 and my phone and tablet are IOS.
I had tried out the Solo Pro's at an Apple store when they came out, but 299 seemed like a lot at the time, so when I saw the 'renewed' offer from Amazon I was intrigued, and made the purchase.
I am reviewing these based on my experience of one day of use so I will update when necessary.
The headphones came in a generic box (inside of an amazon shipping box) and everything was bubble wrapped effectively. The package included the headset, a charging cable, the carrying case, stickers, and a folded quick guide.
When I started them up, the headsets would not instantly pair, but I looked up how to reset them (10 second press on the mode and volume down button) and they immediately worked correctly to sync with my IPhone and my IPad. I was also able to easily pair them with my Windows machine.
Sound quality has been very good. I have a pair of Seinhauser headphones for music recording purposes which are probably better but for a wireless headset these have a nice sound. As noted by others, they are more neutral than Beats have been historically known. I listened to music and watched some streaming video and the quality was better than my AirPods.
For teleconferencing, they performed perfectly. I have had no issue and switching between my devices has been relatively quick. The H1 chip links to my IPhone XS very quickly, and relatively fast on my IPad Pro (first gen) as well as Windows 10 laptop. No issues there.
There is no software/app that pairs with these. Active Noise Canceling/Transparent Mode changes can be made with the mode button or by selecting the volume widget in the control center (click it and a little control panel pops up with mode and volume). I only knew that because I am used to IOS's relatively undocumented interfaces, but it is useful to know since you can't entirely tell which mode you are in.
ANC worked really well. I have a mechanical keyboard and when I am using Noise Canceling, it is muffled. Normally there are sharp clicks. My neighbor has been almost entirely silenced. Transparent mode changes the sound quality substantially, although it is not 100% of the sound without the head sets. I think it works properly for what it is for. You can't adjust levels of ANC as you might with some headsets. Also you can't adjust equalization of the headsets themselves.
Comfort wise, they feel like headsets always do. They press against my ears and eventually I need to take them off to get a break, but I have had them on for several hours both seated and cooking in the kitchen, and found them comfortable for on ear type.
I can't vouch for battery charge timing, but I haven't run close to emptying them. Since I often run out of charge on my Airpod during an hour phone call, I am encouraged by that.
I like that they use lighting cables to charge as I have several of these around my house and always travel with them. Others may find it annoying.
Range is definitely better than either my Plantronics (which connect to a BT300M widget) and my Airpods. Places where normally I have drop out are still getting strong signal with almost no breakup. Even when there is a little cutout they don't lose connection and return to full performance without any glitch.
My partner tried them on and now she is asking to borrow them. She found them comfortable and has a smaller head than I do. She liked the sound a lot.
If you don't have IOS devices (especially newer ones) you probably would have fewer reasons to get these.
At under 200 dollars, I think I have gotten a good deal. Hopefully they will last a while. They seem well made.
By Delaina on October 30, 2020
By Michael Warren on July 21, 2020
It didn't stop when folded up and turned off either.
They're pretty tight on a normal sized head...which I think I have and I was having temple and ear pain after an hour of use.
If you wear the headphones flipped (left on right ear), the other party can no longer hear you speaking.
I did this to lay on my right side. You can't lay down with them on because if the button clicks, they disconnect.
I've returned them.
Sound quslity is not worth the grief.