Beats, the audio company owned by Apple, has introduced their latest truly wireless earbuds called the Beats Studio Buds. The earbuds feature a dual-element diaphragm drivers, built-in active noise cancellation (ANC), Class 1 Bluetooth technology and more.
The earbuds support two listening modes – ANC mode, where the earbuds will effectively remove unwanted outside noise using a finely-tuned filter. And the second mode is a Transparency mode, where the earbuds will mix surrounding noise with the music. However with the Studio Buds, Beats has built in a dominion, dual-element diaphragm driver that resides in a two-chamber housing for clear balanced sound and wide stereo disconnection.
Moreover, the earbuds are IPX4 rated. And feature Class 1 Bluetooth technology for improved range and stable connectivity. They have dual-beam set up mics for good voice purity during calls. And they comes with a on-ear controls for music playback and call control.
On a single charge, battery life for the Studio Buds are rated at 5 hours of listening time with ANC turned on. And 8 hours with ANC turned off. Additionally with the charging case, the battery life can be increase to a total of 15 hours with ANC on and a total of 24 hours with ANC turned off. The Beats Studio Buds also supports quick charging through its USB-C port – 5 mins for 1 hour of listening time.
Last but not least for Android users, the Beats Studio Pro can connect easily with the Beats app. And it will also enable features such as built-in controls, device status and firmware updates. For iOS users, these features are built-into the OS itself.