Latest Beats headphone reviews

Beats Studio 3 Wireless review: Smart sounding, ultra long-lasting headphones
5.0 stars Beats Studio 3 Wireless review: Smart sounding, ultra long-lasting headphones By Cam Bunton

In 2016 Beats upgraded two of its most popular headphones - the Powerbeats and Solo - and released the all new Beats X. All three came equipped with the same W1 chip that makes the Apple AirPods so convenient to pair for iPhone users.For 2017 it's... Read more

Powerbeats 3 Wireless review: Beats and bass
4.0 stars Powerbeats 3 Wireless review: Beats and bass By Cam Bunton

There's a lot to consider when buying a pair of sports earphones. You can either opt for the "cheap as possible, don't care if they break, buy new ones if they do," approach, or spend a bit more money on something that will sound good, work well and is... Read more

Beats X headphones review: Bass marks the spot
4.0 stars Beats X headphones review: Bass marks the spot By Stuart Miles

Beats X are the Apple-owned company's attempt at a lightweight in-ear listening experience with good battery life and, in hallmark Beats style, plenty of bass to boot.They're not wireless like the Apple AirPods, nor specifically sport-focused despite... Read more

Beats Solo 3 wireless headphones review: Bass solo
4.0 stars Beats Solo 3 wireless headphones review: Bass solo By Stuart Miles

Beats has been pretty quiet of late, but with the launch of the new iPhone 7 and iOS 10 the company has released four new headphones - including an update to its popular Solo range. The Solo 3 headphones come with Apple's new W1 chip inside, promising... Read more

Beats Studio (2013) review
4.0 stars Beats Studio (2013) review By Mike Lowe

"The original remastered," reads the interior of the Beats Studio (2013) headphones box. That's the sort of statement that might put fear into the hearts (and ears) of fans of The Beatles - just take a look at the waveforms after each album remaster -... Read more

Beats Pro by Dr. Dre
4.0 stars Beats Pro by Dr. Dre By Mike Lowe

If London's 2012 Olympic Games are anything to go by, then there's no chance to forget about Dre. The hip-hop Doc's range of headphones have not only infiltrated a generation, they've made their way to high-profile athletes' ears too. Although, such fun... Read more