Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones review

Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones review

Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones review
Powerbeats Pro wireless headphones are the truly impressive wireless earphones in their claim and check a lot of right squares as this type of headphone worries. They're relatively stylish, available in ivory, black, navy, or moss colors, and have adjustable ear hooks to assist keep them in your ears during nearly any workout. They also offer vastly improved sound quality over previous Beats earbuds, making them an honest choice for general use, though their ear-hook design can get uncomfortable over time. Like most true wireless earphones, they are available with a pocketable charging case, but their 9 hours of battery life per charge allows you to depart the case behind for many activities.

Like other Beats headphones, their sound profile remains bass-forward—but it’s thankfully restrained here for impressive clarity. As you’d expect for fitness headphones, the Powerbeats Pro is sweat- and water-resistant so you won’t worry about going for the gusto, while a three-button system present on both earbuds makes it easy to use them with both ‘buds in or simply one earbud at a time. The Powerbeats Pro is less minimalist than Apple's AirPods and is available at a premium price point—especially for headphones that don’t include active noise cancellation or transparency mode. Still, if you’re searching for fitness first, the most recent Beats earbuds are a fine choice.

Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones review
1. Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones Features :
  • Manufacturer Beats 
  • High-quality wireless headphones that come with a black balloon.
  • You can use it for up to 9 hours of listening.
  • Stabilizer ear hooks are lightweight, comfortable and adjustable
  • Durable water-resistant design during running or challenging workouts
  • Excellent controls play / pause
  • It features the Apple H1 headset chip
  • Features Bluetooth Class 1 for extended range
  • Compatible with Android and iOS
  • Improved call handling performance from any earphone.
  • When the battery is low it gives you 5 minutes of charge 1.5 hours of operation.
  • Weight 0.634 ounces
  • Dimensions 10 x 7.87 x 11.02 inches
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones review

2- My experience with the Powerbeats Pro wireless earbuds

My feeling with headphones is that if they get timbre right, they'll do exactly about the rest with their sound signature, and it will be fine with me. The 600's, as an example, may well be described as lacking in bass, and perhaps being a touch shouty within the mids. But their spot-on timbre -- the shellac of a smacked snare, or the natural, life-like grit in an exceedingly singer's voice -- make those 'flaws' mere personality characteristics on behalf of me.

All this to mention that the Powerbeats Pro has really, really bad timbre. The Bose I discussed earlier wasn't my favorite-sounding headphones by a good margin, however, they did manage to try and do timbre fairly well, and physical instruments gave the look of they'd some semblance of depth and weight. they don't seem to be all bad -- the detail within the upper treble is good, good even. Podcasts sound very nice and crisp. Imaging is robust enough that I used to be studying some instrumentation that I hadn't noticed even with HD800's or Oris...
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones review
But probably the most important disappointment to me is that the rather mediocre bass performance. I read a lot about Beats and their massive focus on bass, and since sub-bass was one area that I felt Bose lacked in comparison to other types of audiobooks, I was excited.to undertake a pair of exercise buds that will maybe reach a touch deeper. they are doing -- but it's not the aggressive, authoritative bass I used to be imagining, but a rather meek, shallow bass, quite fuzzy or ill-defined. (Before you ask -- this impression is with both the 'default' sized tips and also the large ones. the big ones improve the matter, due to a much better deal, but didn't solve it.) guitar lines aren't very discernible outside of their more mid-reaching elements, which type of blends in with the guitar and vocals, so it's straight-up difficult to even discern what the guitar maybe be doing most of the time. There's just not much of a resonant floor for the music to get atop of, which leaves music feeling somewhat lifeless or lacking heft...
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones review
...but, I listen mostly to rock. It may be modified or tuned in such a way that the bass includes life with Arab tracks, hip-hop music, or other such music. Cue up some J.Cole, and -- nope. It really is simply that inert-sounding. The bass is shallow, tepid. Mids are lacking substance. Their vapid bass response plus the somewhat ephemeral mids and possibly overambitious treble make these really hard to enjoy, especially for the value they're commanding.

But maybe only 'hearing' their music enough for people just trying to find a convenient and feature-rich thanks to hearing their tunes while they lift at the gym, and take. In the end, people buying these won't be searching for great audio -- or will, without realizing what compromises they're actually making by banking on brand recognition. I've got a little question they're a good lifestyle product; the thing is they're just an awfully mediocre music product. Whether you create that compromise for the sake of form factor and convenience is your call.

Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones PROS AND CONS

1- Pros

  • Really strong and pure sound with very good insulation.
  • Perfect for exercise and running.
  • Small in size and suitable for any ear shape.
  • Battery life up to 9 hours.