Beats Solo Pro Review

Advantage: According to the Beats Solo Pro Review it is much better looking, more comfortable, has better sound than Beats Solo3 Pro, also has solid active noise cancellation, great battery life, always-on Siri.

Drawback: No headphone cable included, it is a little too pricey, also their fit is not for everyone.

Conclusion: Beats Solo Pro wireless earbud got a lot right with the Solo Pro. Its first on-ear headphone to feature active noise cancellation and also the first full-size Beats headphone to charge via Lightning. It is a very good headphone, one of the best on-ear wireless headphones. Check out the review now!

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Beats Solo Pro Wireless Headphones Unveiled

Beats Solo Pro Wireless Exclusive Features
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Sound Quality

As is typical of Beats headphones, the Solo Pro adopts a bass-heavy sound. The sub-bass is twice as loud as the fundamental vocal frequencies, which causes some noticeable “missing” notes in your music. Also, you can hear some string instrument resonances in spite of the exaggerated bass response.

Despite closing-back on-ears, the Beats Solo Pro does a fine job at rendering a realistic representation of 3D space. If you want to get the most out of their default sound: hip-hop, rap, and pop are the best genres to listen to in depth. Also, passive isolation is great. 

This enhances low-end reproduction and also makes the active noise cancelling technology evermore effective.


After some time of using these Beats Solo Pro wireless earbuds, the smallish cups tend to put uncomfortable pressure on your tiny ears. The more you wear the more comfortable they become. After breaking the Solo Pros in, you can wear them for 2 hours with no real discomfort.

Speaking of the Bose, they are a smidgen lighter than the Solo Pros, weighing 9 ounces compared to 9.4 ounces.

Beats Solo Pro Wireless Controls
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Beats Solo Pro Wireless Controls

The bulk of the Solo Pro’s controls can be via the hidden multifunction button in the right earcup. Press the center of the “B” once to pause and also once again to play. Use the same commands to answer and also end a call. A quick double-tap skips songs forward, while a triple-tap goes to the backward direction. In order to summon your digital assistant, hold down the main button. To adjust the volume, tap above the “B” to increase the sound and also below to decrease.

To switch between two active noise cancellation modes tap the small button on the bottom of the left ear cup to toggle. 

Beats Solo Pro Siri Support and Pairing

Pairing the Solo Pros to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or Apple iPhone 10 XS Max is as simple as unfolding the cans and putting them on your head. By the time you access the Bluetooth-pairing feature on the Note 8, the device already discovers the Solo Pros. On the iPhone XS Max, as soon as you unfurl the headphones, the message box showing your headphones connected appears.

Also it gives you hands-free Siri. Instead of fumbling around for a button to launch the digital assistant, you have to say, “Hey, Siri,” and there it is, ready to answer any inane question or carry out any command.

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Beats Solo Pro Noise Cancelling

These are Beats first on-ear headphones with active noise cancellation. It also works the same way as on the company’s top-end Studio cans: the Solo Pros analyze ambient noise with their built-in microphones and also cancel out the clamor of city streets and the low rumble of a subway or plane.

The Solo Pros also monitor what you are hearing to make sure that the noise cancellation is not messing with your music by comparing the waveform with ANC on to the original source file in real-time and also making subtle adjustments where necessary.

How do you Pair the Beats Solo Pro?

Upon unfolding your headset, pairing is instantaneous with iPhones. If you are an Android user, you will still have to open your phone’s Bluetooth settings and select the Solo Pro. Once paired, the headphones will reconnect to the last used device when unfolded. The act of folding or unfolding the headphones acts as the power toggle.

These Class 1 Bluetooth 5.0 headphones support very high-quality AAC streaming. Our testing indicates iPhone users will get the most out of this, as these codec’s performance on Android is unreliable. If you are an Android user who wants optimal wireless best audio quality, you’ll have to look elsewhere. There is no shortage of great Beats alternatives.

Beats Solo Pro Case

You should have a soft lining interior to protect your headphones from scratches and damage. Hard carrying cases protect your headphones away from wet, dirt and dust.

Beats Solo Pro Case
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Geekria UltraShell Headphone Case

Internal mesh pocket which stores cables, chargers, earpads, adapters, and other accessories. Case designed to fit Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling On-Ear Headphones.

Beats Solo Pro Vs Solo 3

According to the Beats Solo Pro review, Solo Pro wireless earbuds a sturdier headphone than the Solo3 Wireless. It is heavier than the Solo3, weighing 9 ounces (255 grams). The metal adds some rigidity, alleviating some of the pressure or clamping feeling you often get from the on-ear models. These headphones are comfortable on-ear models. That doesn’t mean it will be a perfect fit for everyone because some may still find it clamps a little too much for their tastes.

Like the Solo3 Wireless and Studio3 Wireless, these headphones fold up but do not fold flat.

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Beats Solo Pro Vs Sony WH-1000XM3

Compared to the Sony WH-1000XM3, which also costs under $300, this is a little bit more forward-sounding headphone (in the midrange) and does not sound as big or open as the Sony. 

For listening to pop music, which tends to compress, the Beats are going to sound quite good (and yes, the majority of people who buy this headphone are going to be listening to pop or hip hop music). But the WH-1000XM3 offers richer and much more textured sound. 

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Beats Solo Pro Specs

  • You can get up to 3 hours of full-featured playback with a 10-minute charge using the given Lightning cable.
  • Apple H1 chip delivers faster and is also more stable wireless 
  • Compatible with both iOS and Android devices.
  • Always-on (hands-free) Siri for iOS users — activate Siri without touching a button. 
  • Up to 22 hours with Pure ANC (noise cancelling) or Transparency turned on. 
  • Up to 40 hours without Pure ANC (noise cancelling) or Transparency turned off.
  • Weight is 9 ounces (255 grams).
  • Colors options: black, ivory, gray, dark blue, light blue, and red.
  • Price: Under $300

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