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Beats brings adaptive noise cancelling to its Studio3 wireless headphones

By Peter Chu & Kenny Yeo - on 6 Sep 2017, 3:51pm

Beats brings adaptive noise cancelling to its Studio3 wireless headphones

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Beats has just announced its new Studio3 flagship headphones and they have some impressive features and specifications.

To kick things off, the new Beats Studio3 headphones will boast Apple's W1 chip, which makes it super easy to pair the Studio3 with other Apple devices. The power-efficient W1 chip will also provide the Studio3 with up to 22 hours of battery life with noise cancellation active, or up to 40 hours with noise cancellation switched off. Speaking of noise cancellation, the Beats Studio3 features new Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling technology.

In practice, what the Beats Studio3 does is that it constantly listens to your surroundings and adjusts its noise cancellation algorithms to provide the best experience. Much like Sony's new WH-1000XM2, the Beats Studio3 can be calibrated to adjust for user variables like hair and glasses that might otherwise diminish the listening experience. These are over-the-ear type of headphones, which should prove to be more comfy to wear than the Beats Solo3, which we found to be uncomfortable.

The Beats Studio3 comes in a variety of colors including Matte Black, White, Blue and Red as well as special edition colors Porcelain Rose and Shadow Grey

You can purchase them from the Apple Online Store beginning today for RM1,460.