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Apple Headphone Buying Guide - AirPods 2 vs AirPods Pro vs PowerBeats Pro vs Solo Pro vs Studio 3

Feb 27, 2020
So this holiday season you'll be looking for a great pair of wireless

headphone

s for your everyday needs, you might want them to listen to all your favorite tunes at work while doing laundry at the gym, or you might want a new pair of

headphone

s for your people don't talk to you and finally stop pestering you whatever the case this is your perfect

apple

headphone

buying

guide

for the holiday season every deal

apple

has has its own pros and cons so if you're in the market for a new pair of headphones wondering whether to upgrade your current pair to a newer version or just gift them to your brother your sister mom dad significant other or even a friend sit back grab some snacks go ahead and grab a drink because I'll dig deeper and discuss the advantages of each pair and who I think each pair is really for.
apple headphone buying guide   airpods 2 vs airpods pro vs powerbeats pro vs solo pro vs studio 3
So are you ready? Let's do this so Apple has historically released multiple iterations of headphones and they've been slow. It evolved over time to become what we have today. If you're an audiophile, none of these deals are really for you. In my opinion, the only one that comes close to pleasing audio files, in my opinion, is probably the Beats Studio trio. Most of these are geared and marketed. people in droves who are satisfied with great overall sound but not out of this world audio so you definitely want to shell out a couple thousand or more for a pair of headphones if you are in the small minority category of true professionals audio level the good, however none of these offerings are bad at all and if you think one of these options has poor audio then you are most likely lying to yourself.
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I would consider these five picks to be the best currently in Apple's lineup of In this video, we'll cover the Air Pods: Air Pods Pro Power Beats Pro Beat Solo Pro and Beats Studio Threes, so without further ado we'll start with the Air Pods, for Let those who are interested in Apple products know that Air Pods in a w revolutionized the way we listen to music. Apple certainly wasn't the first to create wireless headphones, but they honed the game like no other at launch. initial. I was amazed at how simple and easy they were to use.
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It really felt at the time. that it was part of the story that this was the moment the mainstream began to move away from the annoyingly courted headphones and transcended into the world of truly wireless Bluetooth headphones, but they didn't come without their critics at launch Twitter was littered with memes about how dumb the headphones seemed like people dialed in the design but little by little after a while those memes changed to roasting people for their financial well-being which by the way twitter was dead wrong because it wasn't just twitter , although the memes were all over the internet.
apple headphone buying guide   airpods 2 vs airpods pro vs powerbeats pro vs solo pro vs studio 3
I know if you didn't have air pods by default you were broke, boy how does that make sense anyway? The air pods were officially launched on December 13 and at the beginning. they sold out incredibly fast and it was very hard to get a couple soon after and with the growing popularity of buds it made sense for Apple to add some flavor to them and prepare for a new generation and in March 2019 Apple did exactly that but it wasn't the update people were visibly expecting, the only difference was now the LED charge indicator light is now on the outside, but much of the hardware stayed the same with no drastic changes, the other big feature with the air pods - now was the optional inclusion of a wireless charging option which, as the name suggests, allowed users to wirelessly charge their Air Pods, duh, this isn't rocket science, aside from some latency improvements to hands-free Siri and the inclusion of h1 ship which made matchmaking easier and overall allowed for better stability for air pods as well as eight and better sound output on bots ones and let's discuss the driver inside the air pods has been shown to be slig slightly larger by a few millimeters in diameter compared to the courted ear but you get it with every iPhone purchase so one you can only assume the audio quality would be better and it just isn't much better most of you know how ear courted pods sound so use this as a basis for comparison air pods they sound very similar with the conspicuous absence of the cable, which in itself is a great reason to buy ear pods instead of regular ear pods, these don't have any fancy features. like active noise cancelling, so in noisy environments like on a plane or in the subway and external noise may cause you some problems, the charging case is extremely small and can fit almost anywhere, actually, the case is maybe two inches by one and a half inches maybe small and the case itself can hold a full 24 hour charge whereas air pods get about five hours of listening time per charge overall though the cheapest deal of the big five starts at $159 for the version without wireless charging or $199 for the version with wireless charging, they make a great gift for any Apple lover.
I would say that the Air Pods 2 are the ideal headphones for most people who live a busy life, they don't care too much. over basic or punchy vocals and just want reliable wireless headphones to power you through your day, maybe you consider yourself someone who is a bit more fit than the average Joe and also lives a very busy lifestyle moving from place to place all the time. being on the go and loves being accompanied by all your favorite tunes if you feel this describes you the Air Pods Pro are probably for you, the Air Pods Pro were released a while back out of the blue with little to no warning. in fact i read an article saying that apples are planning to increase the production of the Air Pods Pro twice which means double what they were already producing and i don't blame them, luckily i am privileged to have five earbud options. s and lately I've found myself grabbing the Air Pods Pro more and more for one, the design is slightly tweaked with a smaller stem and instead of the one-size-fits-most plastic approach, it features removable rubber tips to accommodate different size ages. . have a mid on by default or you can go for the smaller or larger tips this creates a much better seal for sound and also features a and C or active noise cancellation basically long story short the Air Pods Pro with the help of the h1 chip creates small noise waves to counteract ambient noise.
It works amazingly well while on the treadmill at the gym I always turn on A and C to better focus on my metal tunes and have a better, more consistent run without the usual gym noises. I heard that the Air Pods Pro also featured a nifty transparency mode for those times when you really want or need to hear your surroundings. It's so surreal and sometimes it sounds even better than your own ears, like it's so foreign to us. Transparency mode for those times when you're crossing the street and you don't want to get hit by a car I imagine this will save a lot of lives so shout out to Tim Apple and the guys at Apple HQ in terms of sound because of active noise cancellation. music sounds much more immersive and by my estimation I would say about 10-15 percent louder than regular air pods and again that is probably due to the better suction in the ear canal and also the ANC helps reduce background noise even at full volume although it's not going to pop your eardrum and it's not as loud as I'd like it to be that honor goes to one of the beat offerings I'm about to go over although the Sound quality is excellent, with richer bass and well-balanced midrange. and treble and amazing vocal clarity the default charging case is a wireless charging case you have no choice here charging cases like air pods to the case turned on its side and a little longer still paul mobile and still very easy to carry the case once again holds more than a 24 hour charge and the pods clock slightly less than air pods to be able to hold a four and a half hour charge before you have to put them back in for a recharge quick of the Pro air pods. they also have an advantage over regular air pods in that they are officially sweat and water resistant, not waterproof and have an IP x4 rating, which basically translates to be able to stand your disgusting sweat from prolonged exercise or a light drizzle but definitely don't jump in a pool in these you really would have to be kind of stupid to do it come on but at two hundred forty nine bucks each these are pretty pricey but if active noise canceling and customizable tips are important to you I say go for that they won't disappoint for my ROI I mean my gym my athlete, my physically active people, does your life revolve around sports and athletics, do you love to rock out or bump into some Drake while raising the pow? he beats were specifically designed to fit your lifestyle.
The power beats Pro have a whopping nine hours of listening time on the power beats, while the charging case packs an extra twenty-four hours of juice speaking of the case, though it's quite bulky and isn't compatible with Qi-enabled wireless chargers. , no big deal as you'll likely toss the case into your gym bag once you've got them on and that's what these earphones really aren't meant for the average Joe like earphones. even the case takes up much more space than you think in your pockets and is a bit annoying to carry without a bag or purse. Like the Air Pods Pro, the H1 Boat is also featured here and has all the great features and benefits that the H1 chip has to offer, such as hands-free activation of Siri and extremely easy pairing with your iOS devices.
They're completely wireless, just like the Air Pods and Air Pods Pro, so there's no wire connecting the buds to each other like on previous generations of PowerBeats. pods Pro a little more with that in its design with the rubber tips that also feature customization to your preferred size whether you have dumbo ears like me or super small here is the power of the beats go up a notch Since they have adjustable ear hooks for those times when you're running the 100m deadlift to the max or doing a good jog across the field, they're very similar to the Air Pods Pro, but they don't support active noise cancelling, but they do achieve a similar effect with noise isolation thanks to their design, the volley doesn't come back as loud as i'd like but maybe i'm just deaf but i love my music really loud However, the audio is very well balanced and that's it.
Back in the days when Beats was known for terribly muddy and overly extra bass, IMO the bass is better on these and the Air Pods Pro and soundwise I think they are superior to the Air Pods Pro, Apple has done a tremendous job shaping the Beats brand. a powerhouse when it comes to audio quality, the only downside is that they cost $250, just like the Air Pods Pro. I would say go for the Power Beats Pros if your lifestyle demands the best battery life and Less interference in your workouts. Thanks to that customizable earloop design, I don't remember if the Power Beats have an official IP X rating, but I do know that they are sweat and water resistant, so you can be sure that even running in the rain shouldn't cause any problems for you. your friends.
We've moved on to another Beats offering, but this time we've moved away from an earbud design and into a more traditional earphone design—you know, the ones that get overlooked. The Beats Solo line is a timeless classic and has been a fan favorite. From the very beginning, Apple, like many other tech companies, for some reason has this stupid fascination with the professional moniker and decided to add it to

solo

s as well. energetic colors and now have a modified design over previous

solo

trios. I'm speaking from personal experience here, the solo pros feel much more premium than the plastic II feel of solo trios, in fact a couple of previous solo trios were broken in half at the top going over the top of your head I have a big head, but I am usually very meticulous with my technological devices and we are never very harsh with them.
The design looks more modern and looks very clean. they're in the over-ear style design, which means they sit largely on top of your ear as you listen and don't wrap completely around your ear to create that immersive surround sound since here's still the drivers inside the sun ofpace os are surprisingly good for their size at $300 I think they offer a lot of versatility while also being a somewhat decent deal but definitely try to get them at a discounted price for the holiday season just like the Pro air pods count too with the same ANC technology and transparency mode use multiple microphones around the earcups to either counter or let ambient noise through. that instantly power off when you fold them up and wake them up when you fold them down, so there's no real need for a dedicated power button; however, you can manually turn them on by pressing the power button.
The h1 chip is also present here and can help in battery management and give us a whopping 22 hours of listening time with a and c mode on or up to 40 hours with transparency and a and c mode off as for the sound they are great but not the best the big determining factor that directly correlates to this is the fact that they are in the ear design allowing for a bit more ambient noise than over the ears as the suction against the head isn't quite there but the ansi mode goes into clutch and kind of negates this fact the in ear design also means that a speaker driver is typically smaller than over the ears but the bass is present and perfectly balanced, the volume gets louder than the headphones and overall it sounds great nothing too great but not terrible either just a great overall pick if ANC matters to you while you also want You're a pair of headphones that don't get in the way, that's fairly lightweight with excellent battery life.
I say these are much better for the gym as they are much lighter than the

studio

ones. all three now the

studio

will most likely all three get the same treatment as the lost seller we may see beats studio pros on the horizon very soon but as it stands today the studio is $349 the most expensive of these offers, but I think the price is slightly justified, still a little overpriced. I agree, but it has enough great attributes to make up for that price for one of these studios, one of the first to get pure. a and C, and when I first got my hands on a pair of studio threes and listened to music with a and C, I was blown away as I mentioned that the studios are an over-ear design, meaning they literally wrap around your ears and press up against your head, this along with a and C creates an incredible combination to deliver the best possible audio due to the over the ear style, audio interference with ambient noises around you is minimal, the vast majority of the sound is confined and trapped in your ear and with great audio to boot its the best deal for those who need the best audio apple has to offer in fact studios are the headphones i use while editing all my videos to make sure to eliminate all the annoying breaths I have to take and to always pick up extra sounds around me to make sure you guys enjoy a video with great audio quality. internal drivers are much larger than those of the solo pros and deliver even more powerful bass that grabs you sideways Half the time, bass-heavy hip-hop songs sound fantastic on these, my only complaint is that you look a little silly in these in public or especially at the gym.
They're not massive, but they make me feel like I'm about to. punch in or jump into Logic Pro to edit a few songs instead of working out, though the design is great and comes in many different color or pattern options. the right doubles as a remote press once to answer calls or pause the player press twice to skip forward and press three times to rewind all three of the studio are charged via USB C compared to solo pros as well that maybe that's important to you maybe not the big five these have the loudest audio the clearest audio and they're so well balanced you'd be surprised how good music sounds with these but for three hundred and forty nine dollars you're getting dangerously close to other offerings by competitors l Like Bose with far superior audio quality with the same excellent 22 hours of battery life with ANC or 40 hours without ANC, the Beats Studio 3 should get you through all your demanding tasks for anyone that eats the best audio clarity the loudest sound all the fancy features like ANC and great battery life is the one for you. d, just keep in mind the volume of its design and the higher price tag that comes along with the guys from the Beats Studio Threes.
They spent a lot of time researching this video and it's simply because I know a lot of my friends are interested in upping their audio game this holiday season. I want everyone to make the right choice and not have buyer's remorse for getting stuck with headphones that ultimately don't fit their lifestyle. friends for life, drop a crazy hint and send this to your girlfriend so she knows what's up, kids share this with your parents and tell them which ones are best for you if you're on the fence about one or the other but for your mmarize pods: These are generally for the average consumer who just wants reliable portability and good audio quality ear pods Pro or for those who still want the same portability but more powerful sound compared to airports and are really looking for the customizable tips and a and C power beats the pros hands down for all my jocks who need their butts to say they are secure with the customizable hooks and tips while offering incredible battery life and sweat and water resistance the beats solo pros are some of the best honors i've tried and overall quite versatile these are for those who need a little bit of everything great drums great audio with AN Richer based C and lighter overall design than the studios and lastly the studio three are the mack daddy of Apple offerings and see tremendous sound quality designed over the ear to block out that sound, great battery life and USB C but being the most expensive and bulky of the bunch well guys if this video helped in any way please give it a like Leave a comment and let me know which ones you ended up getting that's it for me but I can't wait to see them in my next video.

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