True wireless noise cancelling Beats Fit Pro with comfortable, secure-fit wingtips are engineered for all-day activity. The flexible wingtip design conforms to your ear to comfortably lock in place so you can experience powerful, balanced sound during your work day or your workouts. With two distinct listening modes, you are in control of what you hear. Fully adaptive Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) uses real-time audio calibration to continuously pinpoint external sounds and optimize sound output, and when you need to be aware of your surroundings, easily switch to Transparency mode. Beats Fit Pro supports Spatial Audio with dynamic head tracking for immersive music, movies, and games.¹ These earbuds are powered by the Apple H1 chip. The result — instant one-touch pairing², Automatic Switching³, Audio Sharing⁵, and hands-free “Hey Siri”⁴ for Apple devices. For Android users, easily connect via Class 1 Bluetooth® right out of the box. With the Beats app for Android¹¹, you’ll get enhanced features like one-touch pairing, customized controls, battery levels, firmware updates, and a Fit Test to help you get the best sound and fit out of your earbuds. Each earbud has up to 6 hours of listening time⁶ with 18 additional hours⁷ provided by its matching, pocket-sized charging case to give you up to 24 hours of combined playback.
Surrounds You in Sound
Beats Fit Pro is engineered to deliver powerful, balanced sound via a custom acoustic platform that stays with you through your daily activities.
A proprietary, dual-element diaphragm driver resides within a twochamber housing inside the Bluetooth® earbuds, resulting in clear sound with outstanding stereo separation.
An advanced digital processor then optimizes audio performance for loudness and clarity, while simultaneously ensuring clean noise-cancellation.
Beats Fit Pro supports Spatial Audio with dynamic head tracking for immersive music, movies, and games.¹ Dynamic head tracking uses gyroscopes and accelerometers to adjust the sound as you turn your head, for a multi-dimensional experience that makes you feel like you’re inside of it.
Equipped with Apple H1
Powered by the same Apple H1 headphone chip in AirPods Pro, Beats Fit Pro are noise cancelling Bluetooth® earbuds that help you tackle your day.
Enjoy instant one-touch pairing², Automatic Switching³, and hands-free “Hey Siri”⁴ on your iPhone or other Apple devices.
Audio Sharing⁵ with Apple AirPods, Apple AirPods Pro, or another pair of Beats headphones means you can easily share your favorite music with all of your friends.
Power Your Day
The earbuds have up to 6 hours of listening time⁶ with 18 additional hours⁷ provided by its pocket-sized charging case. That means that Beats Fit Pro gives you up to 24 hours of combined playback.
With Active Noise Cancelling or Transparency mode turned off, you’ll get up to 7 hours of listening time. If you need a little extra juice, 5-minute Fast Fuel charging gives up to 1 hour of playback⁸ when battery is low.
Hear What Matters
With two distinct listening modes, you are in control of what you hear. These fully adaptive Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) earbuds use real-time audio calibration to continuously pinpoint external sounds and optimize sound output.
When you need to be aware of your surroundings, turn on Transparency mode. The Bluetooth® earphones with dual beamforming microphones capture environmental and ambient sound around you to mix in with your music.
Now, you can always choose the listening mode that fits your needs.
Beats app for Android
Enables features like one-touch pairing, customized controls, and a Fit Test ¹⁰
Sweat and water resistant
Beats Fit Pro offers an IPX4 rating for sweat and water resistance.⁹
Class 1 Bluetooth®
For extended range and fewer dropouts.
Loud and Clear
With a built-in accelerometer and Class 1 Bluetooth® technology, Beats Fit Pro can detect when you’re speaking to help you sound your best.
Dual beamforming microphones pinpoint your voice while a digital processor cuts out external noise and wind, so your voice is clear and easy to hear.
¹Compatible hardware and software required. Works with compatible content in supported apps. Not all content available in Dolby Atmos. Head tracking feature requires iPhone or iPad.
²Requires iOS 15.1 or later
³Automatic Switching requires macOS 11.1, iOS 14.3, iPadOS 14.3, watchOS 7.2, or tvOS 14.3 or later.
⁴Siri may not be available in all languages or in all areas, and features may vary by area. Internet access is required. Cellular data charges may apply.
⁵Audio Sharing is compatible with Beats Fit Pro, Beats Flex, Solo Pro, Powerbeats Pro, Powerbeats, Solo3 Wireless, Powerbeats3 Wireless, Beats Studio3 Wireless, BeatsX, AirPods (1st generation or later), AirPods Pro, and AirPods Max.
Works with iPhone 8 or later and iPod touch (7th generation) with the latest version of iOS; and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation or later), 11-inch iPad Pro, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, iPad (5th generation or later),
iPad Air (3rd generation), and iPad mini (5th generation) with the latest version of iPadOS.
⁶Testing conducted by Apple in September 2021 using preproduction Beats Fit Pro and Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone 12 units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding).
Volume was set to 50% and Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency were turned on. Testing consisted of full Beats Fit Pro battery discharge while playing audio until the first Beats Fit Pro stopped playback. With Active Noise Cancellation turned off, listening time was up to 7 hours.
⁷Testing conducted by Apple in September 2021 using preproduction Beats Fit Pro and Charging Case and software paired with iPhone 12 units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding).
Volume was set to 50% and Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency were turned on. Testing consisted of full Beats Fit Pro battery discharge while playing audio until the first Beats Fit Pro stopped playback.
The drained Beats Fit Pro was charged to 100 percent, then audio playback was resumed until the first Beats Fit Pro stopped playback. This cycle was repeated until both the Beats Fit Pro and charging case were fully discharged.
Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
⁸Testing conducted by Apple in September 2021 using preproduction Beats Fit Pro and Charging Case and software paired with iPhone 12 units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding).
Volume was set to 50% and Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency was turned on. 5-Minute charge testing conducted with drained Beats Fit Pro that were charged for 5 minutes, then audio playback was started until the first Beats Fit Pro stopped playback.
⁹Beats Fit Pro is sweat and water resistant for non-water sports and exercise. Beats Fit Pro was tested under controlled laboratory conditions, and have a rating of IPX4 under IEC standard 60529.
Sweat and water resistance are not permanent conditions and resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear. Do not attempt to charge wet Beats Fit Pro; refer to https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT209542 for cleaning and drying instructions. The charging case is not sweat or water resistant.
¹⁰ Beats app requires Android 8.0 or later. App available on the Google Play Store and on beatsbydre.com.
Beats Fit Pro Earbuds
Pocketable charging case
Eartips with three size options
USB-C to USB-C charging cable
Quick Start Guide
Noise Cancelling (Active)
Ear Tip Sizes Included
Large, Medium, Small
Beats Fit Pro True Wireless Noise Cancelling In-Ear Headphones
I'm the guy that's known by friends and family as never being satisfied with my headphones, always on the hunt for the next best thing, trying and returning/exchanging all of the latest and greatest until I find my "it".
My favorite headphones for the longest time were the Jabra Elite 85t's. I've tried every other pair of true wireless headphones in this price range (Sony xm4, Bose QC, Jaybird, beats pro wireless, AirPods Pro, the list goes on).
The only downfall to my favorite 85t's was their lacking ability to read me my notifications and text messages seamlessly.
Decided to exchange my 85t's for these beats fit pros and I am delighted. Siri hands free messaging, fantastic ANC, fantastic and natural feeling/sounding ambient (hear-through) mode that is toggled by one long press on either headphone, sound quality is mind blowing especially when paired with Apple Music's lossless high fidelity streaming and spatial audio feature.
The spatial audio was something I thought would be a cool "check this out, that sounds pretty cool" feature before inevitably turning it back off and back in to whatever my default EQ setup was; I was wrong. It honestly has created an even more immersive, intricate, and beautiful way to listen to your favorite music. Somehow without taking anything away from the joyful listening experience, when spatial audio is enabled, the best way I can think to describe what it feels like is being front and center listening to your favorite band or artist live. Moving your head in different directions can help you to dial in and listen closer to, say, Flea (bass player for chili peppers) to hear all the tiny intricacies. It's an extremely enjoyable experience and I've kept the spatial audio enabled for all of my listening now.
Let's wrap it up by me saying this (iPhone users);
If you have any of apple's in-ear headphones and are wondering if these are the new king, do they check every box? Should you upgrade?
Yes, yes, and yes.
Better fit (all day comfort, no soreness), lock in your ears like a bank vault, they aren't falling out unless you take a sucker punch from Mike Tyson on Red Bull and adderal, so to speak. Better ANC and hear-through, better audio quality across the board (these things are LOUD), better call quality, SMALL charging case (less than half the size of beats pro wireless case, fits in pocket without any bulge) and better battery life.
Oh and for those who don't know, to adjust your EQ settings with Apple headphones (like these);
Settings -> Music -> EQ
Also, type "Headphone accommodations" in the search field of settings and experiment with turning it on and off, test the different "balanced, bright" etc etc options in there to fine tune your audio even more to your liking.
Give them a shot, you'll be glad you did.
I tried out the AirPods Pro when they were first released in 2019 and, while I was impressed by their noise cancellation and sound quality, they didn't fit well in my ears and I've just never been a fan of the "stem" design of AirPods. My go-to earbuds for most of this year have been the Beats Studio Buds since they offer the most AirPods-like experience with instant pairing, "Find My" support, and Spatial Audio support. That is, of course, until the Beats Fit Pro earbuds were introduced. If you've been waiting for a more sportier or more secure-fitting version of AirPods Pro, the Beats Fit Pro could be the answer.
- On iOS devices, the Beats Fit Pro behave much like AirPods. They are recognized by my iPhone as soon as I open the case with a pop-up for instant pairing. You can see the battery percentages of the buds and the case in your notification center and also control the noise cancellation mode through Control Center. The Beats Fit Pro appear in the "Find My" app in case you lose them. You also get Spatial Audio, allowing you to experience the new Dolby Atmos tracks on Apple Music.
- The Beats Fit Pro support automatic device switching between Apple devices, something that the Beats Studio Buds do not support. Similarly, the Beats Fit Pro will automatically pause your content when you take them out of your ears -- another feature not supported on the cheaper Studio Buds.
- It's clear that Apple and Beats focused on fit and comfort with the Beats Fit Pro. In my ears, these are VERY secure with virtually zero chance of falling out thanks to the excellent earfins. It takes a few tries to learn how to snap in the earfins quickly (it requires just a bit of a turn once you get the buds in your ears), but once you get the hang of it, there's nothing to it. The earfins help maintain a tight in-ear seal since they minimize how much the buds can move in your ear, which is crucial for noise cancellation. Most importantly, the Beats Fit Pro are very comfortable for hours on end. I've worn them in the gym, in the office, and at home for many hours now and I have no complaints. The buds protrude just a bit from my ears, but I still prefer them over the design of AirPods.
- The Beats Fit Pro come with three sizes of ear tips. I landed on the large ear tips with the help of the built-in ear tip fit test. On iOS, go to Bluetooth settings, tap the "i" next to Beat Fits Pro, and then access the ear tip fit test.
- I like the fact that both buds have physical buttons to control play/pause, skip forward/backward, and noise cancellation/transparency. Both buttons perform the same functions, so there is no need to remember which button to push to perform a certain function. One click plays/pauses your music; two clicks skips one track forward; three clicks to go back one track; and a long press to disable or enable noise cancellation. Even better is that these are actual, physical buttons that you press - not touch controls that might not work with sweaty hands.
- Sound quality is great. The buds deliver crisp and detailed sound with very punch bass. Vocals are clear and the soundstage is quite natural and expansive. It's clear that Beats/Apple went out of their way to give the bass an extra "punch," but that could be thanks in part to the strong seal from the ear tips. Regardless, for every day use, sound quality is excellent and the vast majority of users will be very satisfied.
- Noise cancellation is also very good. I also own a pair of Bose QuietComfort Earbuds - the Beats Fit Pro unfortunately are not as good as those when it comes to noise cancellation - but I am confident that these would do just fine on an airplane and in busy places like coffee shops. Compared to the Beat Studio Buds, the noise cancellation on the Fit Pro is MUCH better, and that's likely due in part to the better ear tip seal.
- The case charges over USB-C, which will be welcome news to iOS and Android users alike trying to minimize the amount of cables they carry around.
- Android users don't get a full-fledged Apple-like experience. Unlike the cheaper Studio Buds, the Beats Fit Pro do not support the new Google Fast Pair standard, so they won't instantly pair with your Android phone. There is a dedicated Beats Android app used to adjust noise cancellation settings, but there is no Spatial Audio support or automatic switching between paired devices.
- The case feels a bit flimsy to me -- certainly not as sturdy or premium feeling as a regular AirPods case. The hinge on my case feels a bit loose, so maybe I just got a bad unit. Regardless, the case is fine and is relatively compact.
- The case does not support wireless charging. At this price point, I consider this a huge omission. Almost every other major competitor in this premium price range supports this feature, so I was a bit shocked to see that Beats did not include wireless charging in the Fit Pro case.
- Microphone performance is good, not great. In noisy environments, people on the other end of my calls reported a lot of background noise.
The Beats Fit Pro are an excellent pair of every day earbuds that, in my opinion, are much more practical than AirPods Pro. They offer the best features of AirPods Pro with a much more secure and comfortable design that is perfectly suited for active lifestyles. There are very few trade-offs compared to AirPods Pro: noise cancellation is very good, sound quality is great, and the fit is excellent. The most glaring omission is wireless charging, something that absolutely should have been included. Regardless, the Beats Fit Pro are my new go-to earbuds and the ones that I am going to take with me everywhere going forward. Highly recommended!
These Beats Pro earbuds provide really top notch sound and really prove themselves as top tier earbuds.
My current earbuds are the Sony WF1000XM3 and I really love these so it's hard for me to find a worth replacement for these. While not perfect, the Beats Pros really give these Sony earbuds a run for their money.
The thing I really dig about the Sony earbuds is the music audio. Sony has their Xbass feature in all their audio equipment and I'm a really big fan of these. Depending on the type of music you listen to, the Sony's sound better than the Beats. I listen to, primarily, EDM along with some Hip Hop. For those deep, heavy bass notes, the Sonys really come through. The Beats, surprisingly, don't sound as well in this respect. Beats are usually bass heavy but these Pros are not quite as boomy as I would like. However, if you listen to other music types like jazz, classical, pop, they sound much better on the Beats than the Sonys. The range on the Beats is superior than the Sonys for sure. Highs/mids sound so much clearer and crisper on the Beats which is great. Again, depending on the type of music you listen to, the Beats may/may not be what you're looking for. However, the Beats Pro are a sure bet either way.
Another big pro the Beats Pro have is with the transparency mode. With my Sonys, whenever you activate transparency mode, the music gets muddled and things just don't sound as crisp. The Beats Pro do a far greater job in this area compared to my Sonys. With transparency mode on, the music and surrounding sounds are really clear and no muddled sound. Taking a walk through my neighborhood, I could easily hear all the notes in the music as well as carry on a conversation with people without missing a beat. Whenever we get back to the office, this will be a huge bonus for me when traveling the subway. Might not be a huge thing for some people but this has been one of those things that has bugged me with other premium earbuds.
The Beats Pro also is, quite possibly, the easiest to pair with my iPhone. Obviously since they're owned by Apple now, you'd expect this but, pairing the earbuds to my iPhone was almost immediate. With the lid open and near my iPhone, the phone picked up the earbuds and walked me through a 2 step process to pair them. No holding buttons for 5 seconds or anything like that with these. really simple and easy way to get these paired up with your phone.
Overall, really impressed with these earbuds and quite impressive functionality.
I would recommend this to a friend
Ease of Use
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Better than airpod pros
Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.
First of all the noise cancellation is crazy good!!!!! The bass is crazy and the transparency is good. I see why some say transparency is better on airpods but i personally think the beats fits pros beat them in every category EXCEPT the mic! Which i personally dont care about as long as it sound good on my end but some people care. The mic is good/okay with background noise but not better than the airpod pros. As a women i have small ears but the medium and small tips fit me pretty good right out the box and comfortable plus they dont move! It doesnt feel like tm ears are clogged. No ear tip test needed but im glad they provided it. I noticed an immediate difference as soon as i started playing the first song. Overral 9.5/10. I got the airpod pros yesterday and they are good (except not comfortable and dont stay in like sometimes) but not even close to these!!! Definitley returning the airpod pros. As for the case - people say it feels cheap, i dont think it feels cheao but i will say its not heavy like the apple case. At the end of the day it doesnt bother me as long as the earpods are protected. And yeah the charger is definetly annoying but it dont matter. In conclusion, if youre looking to replace the airpod pros with these do it! If you just got the airpod pros recently but have no probelms with them then might as well keep them they are still great just not as good as beats. And if you really do care about mic quality and like the airpod pros transparenecy mode then dont get them and stick with what you have. Noise cancellation 10/10 coming from a new yorker who couldnt even hear the train coming.
These definitely rival my Airpods Pro. I loved my Airpods Pro, but these sound better and stay in the ears. I also have the Bose Sport Earbuds and these aren't as bulky in the ears and the active noise canceling edges out my Sport Earbuds. The case feels on the cheaper side, but it is smaller compared to the Powerbeats Pro case, so it won't be as bulky. I have an android (Note 20 Ultra 5G), but after the app was downloaded, the pairing was seamless and the ability to toggle between noise canceling or transparency mode is awesome! I have worn them for about 2 hours now and there is no discomfort. The Beats Fit Pro feel solid and the eartips do the job of keeping the earphones in your ear. If you are choosing between the Airpods Pro and these, I would go with these. They fit better, don't fall out of the ears each time you bend over and the sound is amazing. They are definitely worth the price. I am very picky about my headphones and want amazing sound and fit. The Beats Fit Pro gives me both.
I own earbuds and headphones from 10+ different brands and am comparing my Beat Fit Pro experience with the ones I own. Apple released Beats Fit Pro this Nov (2021) and it can compared with Air Pods Pro on price point and on most of the features with exception to revitalizing the much craved Bass levels/range for Bass lovers. The sound quality can be compared to Beats Studio buds but with few improvements that I think is worth the upgrade. Apart from its newest design it comes in four mesmerizing colors and I like the gray color the most!
Design: The Fit Pro comes with a new wing tip that is part of the earbud itself. The good part of the new design is that it stays put in the ear and I tested it while biking and had it for hours on my endurance runs. Didn't feel like it was hurting (don't feel the pressure) my ears for all day use and the wing tip definitely secures it in place and you don't have to worry about losing your earbuds or it falling off while working out. Come to the bad part, having the wing tip fixed to the earbud might not give you an option to replace the wing tip if starts to degrade (5+ years of use ?) with sweat or heat/cold temperatures. Am guessing it was tested and built to last or resist sweat (IPX4 - water/sweat resistant but not water proof!) and extreme weather conditions. I used the wrap around the ear design for biking, which causes a little irritation when I start to sweat, but the Beats Fit Pro is definitely a better choice for my sports activity. The battery case has a USB C connector for charging the case and the ear buds.
• Touch button controls on both earbuds. I always preferred touch button over the touch feature as it can get annoying when it accidentally activates the controls when sweating or while adjusting the earbuds - good thought to stay away from touch controls! Comes with 2 extra size earbud tips.
• App is simple to use, has the option to turn on/off transparency and ANC settings.
• It boasts of having six microphones on both the earbuds to help distinguish your voice from the external noise and blocks out the incoming noise. Remember reading an article that talked about redesigned driver for extended bass range with their new H1 chip, which is quite evident when you play music with heavy bass. I definitely feel the uptick on the bass levels and it is comparable to Beats headsets.
• Optical sensor automatically pauses the music when you take the earbuds off of your ear.
• Notable spatial audio experience (audio mix enhancements as you move your head from side to side, just like being at a live concert) when watching movies or listening to music on Apple devices.
• Great audio quality while making phone calls, no complaints at all on the external noise while walking on streets with cars passing by.
• Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) on par with most of the ear buds I used so far, but still doesn't beat the top two brands that are known for the best ANC in the industry. ANC can activated with the buttons on the ear buds or via the app with ANC on both or single earbud option. Transparency mode setting lets you hear the surrounding noise, nothing fancy on this feature compared to other earbud brands.
• Battery lasted for 5+ hrs (with ANC active) on a single charge and the case itself can charge the earbuds 3 times and the buds support fast charging so it can be fully charged in an hr. The case is a flatter than the power beats pro case (doesn't have the magnets to snap the buds to the charger!) and fits easily in my pant pockets.
• Apple always boasted about their adaptive equalizer that automatically adjusts the Eq settings based on the music you hear and the surrounding noise, etc. I like having the Eq setting or preset settings on my app, but its individual preference. But the equalizers itself do a good job when watching movies and you can definitely see it dynamically adjust with the movie settings.
• In terms of the audio itself, it picks the lows, the mid's, and the high's pretty good. Rich audio and there is a quite bit of improvement on the bass levels itself compared to Beats Studio buds, so base lovers will love the upgrade and its richer sound compared to Air pods pro!
• Wireless charging case would be a good addition for the price you pay. I am sure Apple wanted to keep that option only for the Air pods pro just to differentiate its brand.
• Still waiting for Beats to add the equalizer option on their app.
• Spatial audio, auto switching between devices, Siri, etc. only on Apple devices and not on android ones.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Can I just say WOW?
My previous in-ear headphones are AirPods second generation. Those are good, but these Beats Fit Pro headphones are great.
The initial setup on the Beats was easy, just open the case near your iPhone and the phone walks you through the setup. In the Bluetooth settings for the Beats, you can run an Ear Fit Test to make sure you have the right ear tip size for the noise cancellation to work successfully, something I never would have thought of. I figured I would use the middle size, but it suggested to use the large ones.
These fit nicely in my ears. I have worn them for 3 hours in a row and didn’t really notice they were there. It’s pretty easy to twist them into my ears to get the right fit. Once they are in, there’s not getting them out without intent. I haven’t been able to knock them out.
The Noise Cancelling (ANC) is great. I vacuumed using both my Beats and my AirPods and there was a huge difference in the amount of sound that got through. It’s nice to be able to cycle to Transparency if I need to hear things around me.
You can interact with ANC and Spatial audio right from volume widget in the control center. You can make even more customizations in the Bluetooth settings. You can change the action for Press and Hold (ANC, Siri or Volume), enable/disable Automatic Ear Detection, and specify a specific ear for the microphone (or have Beats choose).
I really like the buttons on these vs the AirPods. They are much more versatile than the AirPods. You can perform all actions from either ear. You can pause or answer/end call, go to the next track or go to the previous track and change the noise cancelling. As mentioned above, you can change the Press and Hold function from ANC to Sir or Volume (Left is volume down, Right is volume up). I love being able to change the volume from the Beats without having to find the volume buttons on the phone.
If there was one negative thing to say, it’s about the 9 inch USB-C charging cable. It seems like it might be too short, but maybe it’s fine since once you put it down to charge, you probably won’t pick it up again until it’s done, compared to you phone where you are likely to use it when it’s charging. The use of USB-C is fine as most things are going that way, I just don’t happen to have a USB-C AC adapter, so I may have to pick one up.
- Comfortable and they stay put
- Versatile buttons
- Noise Cancelling performance has been great so far.
- The only thing I’m disappointed in is the short USB-C cable’s, but that’s minor since it can easily be replaced if it doesn’t work out.
I have been really impressed with the performance and quality of the Beats Fit Pro headphones. I would definitely recommend these headphones.
I bought 3rd gen AirPods from, Best Buy. Despite their excellence, they did not fit MY ears well, especially the left ear, which kept falling out. I returned them!
Moments later, I pre-order these new BEATS Fit Pro for only a little more money. When they arrived a few days ago, I read carefully how to put them in my ears and have loved them ever since. With long battery life and the added charging from the battery in the case, these are just such a joy.
Music reproduction is even better than the AirPods 3 due to BEATS' active noise cancelation. TOTALLY worth the extra money.
They include head tracking and all the features of AirPods 3, with better sound reproduction.
It's not all about music, so I made calls. I was not expecting them to be very good, but they are. NO one complained! That's my benchmark. NO one commented. I use many, many true wireless ear buds and other headsets, both wired and wireless.
I get lots of comments when callers, mostly accustomed to my use of a never ending rotating group of different headsets, make mention about what I am wearing for the call. Believe me, if there are ANY issues, they let me know.
For the price, these are perfectly adequate for phone calls, though I suspect most will use these primarily for music.
I also appreciate that they will pair simultaneously with my iPhone and Mac, plus they are compatible with Android phones. I have not yet tried them with my Windows 11 PC.
In conclusion, these are keepers!
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A:AnswerAbsolutely. I am a FedEx Ground driver and make many phone calls in an extremely noisy open vehicle, people I talk to say they can hear me loud and clear and the same on my end, plenty of volume and clarity to make phone calls an enjoyable experience.
A:AnswerNot even close my friend. The noise canceling on these and others similar will slightly muffle a 12 gauge trap load shotgun blast outside in the wind just enough that you don’t flinch. They are made for music and conversation, I would never ever consider them hearing protection.
A:AnswerLike most headphones of this type the battery is charging only until full anytime it is in the case. The case only loses battery when it is charging the headphones. The headphones are only “on” when they are in your ears.
A:AnswerThis is a known issue. Some people have exchanged them for a new set and it didn’t happen on the new ones. Some people got a new set and it still did it. I’d say exchange them and try a new pair.
A:AnswerAs of right now, before any software updates are released, no.
You can always hands free tell Siri to adjust volume, or if you have an Apple Watch you can use the rotating crown to control volume.
Lastly, my old faithful is just knowing what side of my phone to squeeze when it's in my pocket.