Beats, the audio company owned by Apple, has launched 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.
With the Studio Buds, Beats has built in a proprietary, dual-element diaphragm driver that resides in a two-chamber housing for clear balanced sound and wide stereo separation. The earbuds support two listening modes – ANC mode, where the earbuds will dynamically remove unwanted outside noise using a finely-tuned filter, and Transparency mode, where the earbuds will mix surrounding noise with the music.
The earbuds are IPX4 rated and feature Class 1 Bluetooth technology for improved range and stable connectivity. They have dual-beam forming mics for good voice clarity during calls, and they feature 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. With the charging case, the battery life can be extended to a total of 15 hours with ANC off and a total of 24 hours with ANC turned off. It also supports quick charging through its USB-C port – 5 mins for 1 hour of listening time.
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.
The Beats Studio Buds are available for purchase in the US on the Apple Store for $149.99 (Rs. 10,990 approx.), and it comes in three colours – White, Red and Black.