The Dre’s Powerbeats Pro Buds that come from Beats have been successful in grabbing the T3 Award for good quality and best wireless buds available in the market at present. However, Beats’ Solo 3, a famous on-ear offering, has never been able to rise to the edge of competition even with its hi-tech noise-canceling feature. Now, Beats has come up with its Solo Pro on-ear headphones, the latest entry in its Solo range. These headphones have been specifically designed to sit with the earlier model, wireless Solo 3.
Pro On-Ear Headphones With Major Upgradation
One significant up-gradation that buyers can notice in the Solo Pro is the on-ear cushions that have been meticulously redesigned to offer improved sound delivery and increased comfort. Apart from this feature, other features will surely catch the attention of the buyers. These include hinge-less headband and metal sliders, ensuring the look of the headphone is sleek enough. There is no power button. The users can enjoy the ease of folding the headphones to power it off. Unfolding the headphones all over again will switch them back on.
It has come up with the promise of highly impressive and useful battery life of 40 hours. The all-new, uncontaminated, and highly adaptive noise canceling feature of this headphone makes use of advanced algorithms for monitoring, blocking out, and actively detecting ambient noise. The noise-canceling feature works by making adjustments to the atmosphere within the Solo Pro based on what is happening outside the headphone.
Sound Filtration Feature Of The Solo Pro On-Ear Headphones
Users who want to filter sound when chatting or crossing the road can easily activate the Transparency mode of this headphone. This feature makes way for ambient noise while combining the listening experience of the user with the exterior world. Nevertheless, with both the modes active, you will not be able to enjoy the 40 hours battery life that comes as an added feature of this product. You will be able to get a battery life of 22 hours, which is pretty good.
Beats have made significant efforts to ensure that the Solo Pro model works seamlessly with devices like iPhones. Just like its earlier Solo 36 model, Beats’ Solo Pro makes use of the lightning cable of Apple instead of the global micro-USB. The audio sharing feature of this product allows apple users to easy tap in and have a good time listening to the same movies and songs.
Improvement Of The Voice Call Feature
The voice call feature of the product has also gone through a significant up-gradation. It now features a speech-detecting accelerometer that picks up voices and sounds with improved clarity. This feature is Siri compatible, which means it can effectively and efficiently be used for operating the product hands-free through voice command. Nevertheless, it is yet to be seen whether Android users will be getting the same functionalities out of these headphones, just like the Apple users.
So, wait for a few days and get an excellent headphones with all the up-gradation.