Listen to music without worrying about wires thanks to the Beats by Dr. Dre Solo2 Wireless Headphones. You can unplug them and pair them with your Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod. This allows you to move freely for up to 30′ of wireless listening. The solo2 headphones also let you take hands-free calls with the built-in microphone. Use the on-ear controls to adjust your listening experience without reaching for your iPhone. Stay unplugged all day thanks to the 12-hour rechargeable battery. The on ear wireless headphones have an illuminated LED fuel gauge on the headphone that lets you know when it’s time to recharge. The wireless sound experience features fine-tuned acoustics for clarity, breadth and balance. All this comes in a package that is durable and has a compact folding design for easy portability. Your favorite songs sound crystal clear with rich detail, and you also can perform other functions without unplugging the beat.
Make it a musical day with the Beats by Dr. Dre Solo2 Wireless Headphones.
Beats by Dr. Dre Solo2 Wireless Headphones:
- Pair and play wirelessly with Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod
- Up to 30′ Bluetooth range
- Fine-tuned acoustics for clarity, breadth and balance
- 12-hour rechargeable battery with Fuel Gauge to indicate charge level
- Built-in microphone and on-ear controls on solo2 headphones for taking calls and controlling music
- Durable and compact folding design for easy portability
- A great purchase I would say, they are very comftarble and the sound is amazing, also bettery life will hold up a lot !!!
- I love these headphones and the fact that the wire is not interfering anymore on my way. My only question is why this beats cost 299 at tmobile, apple store, beats dot c o m and just 199.99 at walmart.
- Exceeded my expectations!! Sound is incredible, whether I’m listening to Classic Rock or Hip Hop. Highly Recommend!
- They sound and feel great. Couldn’t be happier with them.
- These headphones do produce good sound quality. Although not the best in the market, they are decent but the wireless technology is nothing new. The sleek design helps in its marketing. It easily fits with the visual aesthetic of Apple products. Unfortunately… Their craftsmanship is very poor. While pretty to look at, I find they sit just a bit too snuggly for extended wear. Whether you’re an audiophile, gamer or just overall using them to lounge about in; you’ll find yourself adjusting them frequently. Next up is the constant disappointment in physical manufacturing. These headphones are meant to be powerful, compact and sleekly designed. With that said; you had best not fold them as they were designed to do. As with all headphones, wires are still used to connect the power supply to the speakers. Constant bending of the headphones WILL cause the wires to eventually break or become disconnected. At which point (if you’re unlucky like me) you’ll have to have them replaced and shipped back to the Apple repair center in Sparks, NV. That is a free process if you are still under warranty. (Just as an FYI, I bought mine in February 2015, and had them sent for this very reason in July of the same year just 6 months after purchase.) The next thing to talk about is battery life. When fully charged the battery will last throughout most of the day (about 12 hours) without needing to charge a second time. Should that fail, you can still use the company supplied 3.5mm headphone conductor plug. Although that seems self-defeating and possibly one major reason of having purchased a set of Beats Solo 2 WIRELESS headphones in the first place… It’s still a great back up. I found that there was no difference in audio quality or playback. Actually, if anything, the microphone on the audio jack conductor plug was too sensitive. I found that I easily overlooked that. What isn’t easily overlooked is the constant Power Button malfunctions. (You can google this later if you want.) My Beats Solo 2 Wireless headphones had this very problem as well. Another 6 months after receiving my refurbished pair in July 2015 from Apple’s repair center in Sparks, NV. You will be required to keep your Beats up to date with the latest Firmware/Software, and possibly have to soft reset them if you have this problem. At which point, if you still cannot turn them on, you will have to send them in. I cannot stress enough how important it is to make sure that your warranty is kept up to date. If you’re asking yourself, “Why?” My answer is this; should you have to have them fixed or replaced (and your warranty runs out just days before the faulty issues arise like mine did) you will be asked to pay a fixers fee BY APPLE for $129! Nearly half the price of the manufactural defected merchandise. I’ve learned my lesson, having been through a set of Beats Studio and Beats Solo 2 Wireless headphones. I keep mine in darn near perfect condition and in my honest opinion when it comes accessories such as this… If it requires a secondary extended warranty, don’t buy them. Go get a pair of BOSE, same quality (if not better) audio, definitive comfort for extended wear, superior noise cancellation and they will replace them if there is a manufactural defect regardless of how long you’ve had them. All this and a price point is the same. Just $20 cheaper than that of Beats. I’m no spokesperson, but I really hope I’ve been able to help you make a wiser decision. Even if you still buy these headphones, you will get good quality sound… Just not a well-crafted piece of technology. Thanks for reading.