Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones Are Discounted by 40% – Feature Apple W1 Chip for Easy Pairing, 40-Hour Battery & More
The Beats Solo3 wireless headphones are available in multiple colors, and all those finishes can be had at a 40 percent discount on Amazon. This means that for just $119.95, these high-end headphones can be yours, but for today only. If you have an iPhone or an iPad, then the Beats Solo3 will be the best gift you can give yourself or someone else, thanks to the custom W1 chip Apple designed.
This W1 chip allows a seamless pairing of the Beats Solo3 with your iPhone or your iPad, and you won’t have to touch the ‘Settings’ menu at all. You will, however, have to pair them manually if you have an Android smartphone or a tablet in your possession, but that doesn’t mean the audio quality will be hampered in any way. No matter which device you’re connected to, the Beats Solo3 will sound the same.
Not just this, but it will last for a significantly long period, as users can experience up to 40 hours of listening time on a single charge. Also, if you’re in a hurry and you need more than a couple of hours of listening time at your disposal, just plugging in the Beats Solo3 for 5 minutes will net you 3 hours of listening time. Comfort was also a top priority when designing these headphones. They feature comfort-cushioned ear cups that will fit very nicely, and you won’t run into size compatibility issues at all.
You can also take calls, control your music, and activate Siri with the multifunction on-ear controls present on the side. At the time of writing, the Beats Solo3 are available in a total of nine finishes, giving you ample options to personalize when it comes to the color of your choosing. If you want to avail the deal, there are still 9 hours left for the discount to expire, which is plentiful if you haven’t decided which version you want to buy.
For $119.95, you’re getting a premium audio listening experience for much less compared to what the competition is offering.
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