- Beats Studio Buds Review – Short words
- The Design and Comfortable Fit
- Beats Studio Buds Review – Control
- Pairing and Connection
- Battery and Charging
- Active Noise Cancellation
- Compare Beats Studio Buds to Other Wireless Earbuds
- How well does the Beats Studio Buds sound quality
- Beats Studio Buds Review – Pros & Cons
- Beats Studio Buds Review – Final Verdict
- Where to buy Beats Studio Buds
One of the best wireless earbuds under $150 and supreme popular in the headphones market, is Beats Studio Buds wireless earbuds. These in-ear headphones are rock solid truly wireless earbuds and very comfortable. There are many good things in the Beats Studio Buds for example support spatial audio, active noise canceling/transparency mode, strong batter, voice assistant, IPX4 water-resistant, and more. Why the Beats Studio Buds have gained immense popularity, we go the check the detail of them on the Beats Studio Buds review right now.
The Design and Comfortable Fit
Sleek and standard looks like general wireless earbuds with a semi-glossy surface. They are wireless earbuds, which do not stem style. There is small Beats logo printed on the outside-lower side of both earbuds. The company supplies you with three sizes of silicon tips, so you should try all to find the perfect fit for your ears. If you choose the best perfect fit tip size, it stays comfortably in the ears without falling off easily. And they don’t put too much in the ears.
The charging case is a decent plastic, lightweight, and easy to portability (dimension 2.0″ x 2.8″ x 1.0″). In front of the case, there is a small light on the middle near the bottom. The lid of the case opened/closed very easily.
When talking about waterproof, the Beats Studio Buds have IPX4 level water-resistant. Mean that, it can against sweat and a bit of splash but is not waterproof. You can take the Studio Buds for working out, the gym. I highly recommend, don’t use them for swimming or in the rain.
No matter how the Studio Buds tight it is, it doesn’t have an ear hook like the Beat Fit Pro. That is the Beats Studio Buds is a less secure fit than the Fit Pro model. Hence; if your body is in fast movement or some exercises that require a lot of moving your head, it may cause the headphones to fall out of your ears. However, it all depends on choosing the tip size and the shape ear.
Beats Studio Buds Review – Control
The button on the back of the buds is a real button and doesn’t hurt your ears while you press the button. A clickable button on both earbuds has the same controls.
On either bud
- Single press – play/pause music and also answer/ends a call
- Double press – Forward to the next song
- Triple press – Backward to the previous song
- Press and hold – Cycles mode for ANC, transparency, off
- Single press on the side of the button – Adjust the volume (need to update firmware and enable this control via the Beats app)
Pairing and Connection
Apple makes the Beats Studio Buds can support both iOS and Android systems.
For Apple products, the earbuds can pairs easily to any Apple device. Once you turn on your Bluetooth device and take it nearby the Beats Studio Bud and open the case, then the paring card pop-up will show on your Bluetooth device. There is no Beats app for iOS, so switching all devices can do in the iOS setting app or its Bluetooth menu. Just click the “i’ near the name of the earbuds, and you will see a few options. You can cycle between ANC modes, change the name of the earbuds, and also customize the control button.
For Android devices, you can use the Beats app to switch between listening modes, customize earbuds control, or even rename the buds. If you have issues with connection to your Android devices, the app can greatly help you.
Even without Apple H1 or Apple W1 chip, but with Beats Custom Bluetooth Chip so you can reliably the Beats Studio Buds’ connection. Thank the Class 1 Bluetooth 5.2 help expand range connection and fewer dropouts.
Battery and Charging
As a spec, these wireless earbuds offer 8 hours of continuous listening. And additional 16 hours with the charging case. That means the total playtime is 24 hours. Nevertheless, the number of hours is just estimated. The exact playtime can not be particularized. Depending on the volume level and turning ANC on/off. But for me, this number of playtime is quite long for all-day continuously. Besides, if the earbuds run out of battery, the fast charging is very great. With just 5 minutes of charging you can get an additional 1 hour of power. I’m so much okay with these.
However; the case doesn’t support wireless charging. It’s a pity.
Active Noise Cancellation
Beats Studio Buds’ noise canceling is mediocre to quite good. Most ambient sound is low-range like airplane engines, and transit, the Beats Studio Buds can reduce these noises by about 25 to 30 percent. These are not the best noise-canceling earbuds, but they can work well in terms of ANC.
Besides the active noise cancellation, the passive noise isolate is quite good if the silicone tip is tight to seal the ears.
Compare Beats Studio Buds to Other Wireless Earbuds
How well does the Beats Studio Buds sound quality
The Beats are known for bass-heavy and boomy sounds. But it is a bit of pity due to the Beats Studio Buds wireless earbuds are not the bass-heavy as other models of this manufacturer. However; these buds are versatile enough for most genres of song and most people should enjoy how their music sounds and any genre of music when listening to with the Beats Studio Buds.
Even though, the bass is not so much, but not too less. The bass is not extremely too boost and not covered the other frequencies range. The overall sound profile is natural and well-balancing. The mid and bass have good accuracy. The treble sound is decent, not underemphariszied across the range, so vocals and lead instruments still have clarity and intenseness as well.
Beats Studio Buds Review – Pros & Cons
Beats Studio Buds Review – Final Verdict
All in all in the Beats Studio Buds review – They are truly wireless earbuds with a comfortable fit. They are small and lightweight with decent sound quality. So these wireless earbuds are ideal for commuting or traveling. The battery is good and decent, you can play music that lasts up to 8 hours continuously plus 16 hours when including the charging case. The sound quality is good decent and better than many cheap wireless earbuds.