A difficult decision
Deciding on a great pair of headphones can become a bit of a stressful task. And there are many things to consider. For example, battery life, size and comfort, wired or wireless, noise cancellation, impedance, and frequency response. The list can go on. Then we come to the price, hum...especially the price.- First impressions matter...
And it does. The unboxing experience of these headphones is notably satisfying. It comes with everything you would need.
- User manual
- Charging cable
- Protecting traveling case
- Warranty card
The rule of 3
These headphones are extremely popular with the youth and for 3 good reasons:
- They are simple to pair with Apple products.
- They provide up to 40 hours of battery life and a little LEDs to show how much battery do you have.
- The sound quality is robust, well balanced and it comes with some noise isolation.
Yes, you can make calls with it, so call you mama, your dad, call Siri and ask her where's your boo if you want. The integrated microphone is super decent. It is not noise canceling but, the comfort cushion ear cups buffer pretty much the outside noise. Also, it is foldable, which definitely helps if you want to put it away in a small space.
No strings attached
Yes, they are completely wireless, so your prayers have been heard. It only has two buttons. One is to turn on and off the headphones, the other one - the big one - assist with stop/resume the music, pick up calls, and hang up.- But they are pricey, though...
I agree. But have in mind that a premium headphones with similar or better features can start close to the $400s. So the "Beats" beats the price well enough. Getting these premium headphones renewed is saving you $60 bucks on your paycheck. You can't disagree with that, so go get them before they're gone.