Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphones - £195 @ Amazon
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Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphones - £195 @ Amazon

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Found 28th Dec 2017
Can someone else beat the prices and beats of beats? Struggling to find an offer which can beat this price.. don't beat me up for this..
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jesus who would buy beats??? there are plenty real headphones around...
stkrup1 h, 52 m ago

jesus who would buy beats??? there are plenty real headphones around...


Go on.....no really offer some suggestions. Easy to hate on products you clearly haven't used. So how about you offer some other options around £200 that look good, sound good, have noise cancellation, don't leak sound. Comparing against the new Studio 3 as mentioned in post 1#
Edited by: "daBluone" 28th Dec 2017
daBluone46 m ago

Go on.....no really offer some suggestions. Easy to hate on products you …Go on.....no really offer some suggestions. Easy to hate on products you clearly haven't used. So how about you offer some other options around £200 that look good, sound good, have noise cancellation, don't leak sound. Comparing against the new Studio 3 as mentioned in post 1#


Sony MDR 1000X

Proper headphones.

Picked em up for 155 Like New from Amazon a couple weeks back but has been around 189-209 many times in the past.
DatAlbino10 m ago

Sony MDR 1000XProper headphones.Picked em up for 155 Like New from Amazon …Sony MDR 1000XProper headphones.Picked em up for 155 Like New from Amazon a couple weeks back but has been around 189-209 many times in the past.


Personally tried the mk2 version, they sound good but look bulky and leak 50% of the sound so no good for office or plane.
daBluone1 h, 6 m ago

Personally tried the mk2 version, they sound good but look bulky and leak …Personally tried the mk2 version, they sound good but look bulky and leak 50% of the sound so no good for office or plane.


I guess each to their own, although I cant claim they're completely isolating, I find them more than cancelling enough for the tube in London, and I use them at almost max volume.

The noise cancelling is practically, if not definitely, on par with Bose, so definitely good for plane, I have to completely disagree with you there. This coming from someone who has a long distance partner so flies about 10-15 times a year.

The touch sensitive pads on the side make controlling music stupid easy, and I can simply cover my earcup to hear people around me, not take off my headphones and fish in my phone to pause my music.

My dad has wired premium Beats and the leakage on them is certainly as much as my MDRs, if not more.

I have to say overall, I feel you're being very harsh to the MDRs who seem to win hands down in every department.

EDIT: I am aware these are not my Dads wired Beats, but a better wireless version. Still though, look at reviews of other headphones like MDR 1000X then look at Beats Solo 3 or these, 4.5/5 stars vs 3 on average. I'll say no more.
Edited by: "DatAlbino" 28th Dec 2017
DatAlbino10 m ago

I guess each to their own, although I cant claim they're completely …I guess each to their own, although I cant claim they're completely isolating, I find them more than cancelling enough for the tube in London, and I use them at almost max volume.The noise cancelling is practically, if not definitely, on par with Bose, so definitely good for plane, I have to completely disagree with you there. This coming from someone who has a long distance partner so flies about 10-15 times a year.The touch sensitive pads on the side make controlling music stupid easy, and I can simply cover my earcup to hear people around me, not take off my headphones and fish in my phone to pause my music.My dad has wired premium Beats and the leakage on them is certainly as much as my MDRs, if not more.I have to say overall, I feel you're being very harsh to the MDRs who seem to win hands down in every department.EDIT: I am aware these are not my Dads wired Beats, but a better wireless version. Still though, look at reviews of other headphones like MDR 1000X then look at Beats Solo 3 or these, 4.5/5 stars vs 3 on average. I'll say no more.


I've tried or owned most of the new wireless noise cancelling headphones. My best all rounder is the Beats Studio 3 but I full appreciate this is very subjective. Close second is the B&W PX.

My point about sound leakage being an issue in office or plane is about having respect for everyone around me. With the Sony leaking so much it's a major annoyance for those people to have to hear your music.

The sonys sound great, have better clarity than the Studio 3s but the styling is not great and they aren't very low profile. If styling and sound leakage aren't issues for you then they are a great choice.
Edited by: "daBluone" 28th Dec 2017
Love my Studio 3 Wireless
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