High-performance wireless Powerbeats earphones are built to keep you moving. The adjustable, secure-fit earhooks maximize comfort and stability, while a reinforced design for sweat and water resistance lets you take it to the next level. And with up to 15 hours of listening time, you can stay charged through multiple workouts and fuel your training with powerful, balanced sound.
High-performance wireless earphones
Up to 15 hours of listening time¹
Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks for comfort and stability
Reinforced, sleek design for sweat & water resistance during tough workouts
Integrated on-ear controls for music, phone calls, and voice capability
Powerful, balanced sound with dynamic range and noise isolation
Class 1 Bluetooth® for extended range and fewer dropouts
With Fast Fuel, a 5-minute charge gives 1 hour of playback when battery is low¹
Enhanced phone call performance for voice clarity
Performance That Slays With You
Powered by the Apple H1 headphone chip. high-performance wireless Powerbeats earphones are built to keep you moving.
The adjustable, secure-fit earhooks maximize comfort and stability, white a reinforced design for sweat and water resistance lets you take it to the next level.
And with up to 15 hours of listening time¹, you can stay charged through multiple workouts and fuel your training with powerful, balanced sound.
Sound That Motivates
Powerbeats boasts the same powerful, balanced audio as Powerbeats Pro. delivering pure sound reproduction, enhanced clarity, and dynamic range.
Because great sound starts with proper fit, these earphones were crafted with a focus on ergonomic comfort to deliver the best listening experience possible.
Take Control Of Your Workout
Enjoy ultimate control over your audio directly from your right earbud. Use the b button to play/pause, change tracks, or even take cads. And with the two-way volume rocker, you can easily turn the music up (or down) and stay in the zone.
You can also stay hands-free with "Hey Siri"² on iOS devices or activate voice assistant with a long press of the b button on a variety of compatible devices.
Long hours of training? Marathons? Multiple workouts? Bring it. Powerbeats has up to 15 hours of listening time¹ so you can keep your music going.
If you're in need of extra juice, 5-minute Fast Fuel charging gives 1 hour of playback when battery is low¹. Now, you can spend less time worrying about charging and more time charging forward.
Wireless That Works
Powerbeats are ready to go when you are. With Class 1 Bluetooth technology, these wireless earphones offer extended range and fewer dropouts, so they stay connected as you keep moving.
A speech-detecting accelerometer and dual-beam forming microphones target your voice and fitter out external noise. They instantly set up - simply power on and hold near your iPhone - and then automatically connect to your Apple Watch. iPad, or Mac³.
¹ Testing conducted by Apple in November 2019 using preproduction Powerbeats and software paired with iPhone XS units and pre-released software. The play list consisted of continuous pink noise at 80dB.
5-Minute charge testing conducted with drained Powerbeats that were charged for 5 minutes, then audio playback was started until Powerbeats stopped playback. Battery life depends on device settings environment, usage, and many other factors.
² Siri may not be available in all languages or in all areas, and features may vary by area. Internet access is required. Cellular data changes may apply.
³ Requires iCloud account and macOS 10.14.6, iOS 13, or watchOS 6.0, or later versions.
Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats High-Performance Wireless Earphones
I’m not sure if it is this particular model of beats, like the first one, this too is defective. I just bought it brand new too! This earpiece plays for two and no sound comes out of it again. Just like that. Then it plays again. It fully charged too.
I have had beats before, but never the wireless ones like these. I have to say the sound quality is excellent, the bass is very strong and the sounds are crisp and clear. The battery life is really long and charging is quick. The ear pieces needed to be adjusted, but it was very easy.
Super comfy.. Now my only problem is keeping them away from my husband, he will be getting a pair for Christmas in his sticking;)
I have small ears, this doesn't fall out, it doesn't feel like its stabbing you in the ears after hours and hours of listening. i had to buy because my apple headphones were stabbing into my little ears and literally making my ears red and swell. I like how easily it connects with my iphone. If I leave my phone on charge at one side of the house, I can be on the other side of the house and still listen to my music because it reaches it. this bluetooth connection is strong. the over ear part is like somewhat bendable, if you bend it to fit it to your ear then it will stay like that until u bend it a different way, its not flimsy but it is soft on your ear. it shows how to bend/adjust the over ear part it in the instructions. I don't leave reviews like this but I am honestly so happy with it. I spent a long time looking into which ones to buy and I always make sure to read the worst reviews before I buy something so I can know what would be the worst case scenario, but this was a good purchase. It lasts 15 hours for one hour of charge so i could wear these all day if I wanted to. I have to wear headphones a lot because of work, I can wear them all day no problem, no pain in my ears at all. the microphone is really good on these too because I can talk on the phone with a thick mask on and my voice will still go through. I even bought this for my mom who has larger ears and she likes it a lot and it fits her perfectly, she uses it all the time.
This Bluetooth "on-ear" wireless headset is engineered to fit somewhere between the Beats Pro "true wireless" headset and the Beats Power3. It is very much like the latter, except that it uses the Apple headset chip that allows fast connection to Apple products, and does so much more easily than the Powerbeats3 (the same technology used by the Beats Pro, the the Airpod and the Airpod Pro). Unlike the Powerbeats3 (which uses a micro-USB cable), it uses the standard Apple Lightning connector. Getting it to work with an Apple product (e.g. iPhone, iPad or iPad Touch is thus a lot smoother. Whether the sound quality is any better is debatable. Reviews that I read before purchasing it said it is, mine ears say they are about the same. The fit of the news hook around your ears may be superior, although I think even that is debatable. However, the connecting cable between the two ears is intended to hang around the back of the neck, rather than in front (as was the case with the PowerBeats3), and I think this is a more sensible design. The Beat Listed at $150, it is $50 less expensive than the PowerBeats 3, and $100 less expensive than the Beats Pro (although the latter has routinely been discounted to $199, while the former is now being sold at well under $100). Considering that $150 was the original pricing of the BeatsX, a much inferior product, I think the new Powerbeats a good buy.
I use these for primarily for work (attending virtual meetings) but also desired a quality solution for recreation (streaming movies and music). Previous experience with Bluetooth devices (LG, Taotronics) was frustrating because of unreliable connection and sound quality. Having Apple devices, I decided to explore higher priced devices. Compared PowerBeats with AirPods 2 (my wife has a set) and decided PowerBeats more versatile for variety of uses. Excellent sound quality. Reported by others that my voice quality on calls is clear without distortion. After some experimentation with different ear tips and adjusting loops, found them to be comfortable for long periods. Battery lasts 2 full working days of conversations (15 hours as advertised). Quick charge for extra hour is nice feature to extend in a pinch. Pairing first to iPhone XsMax could not have been easier. They were immediately available to all iOS and Mac devices registered to my Apple account. Switching between devices without error is straight forward. Connection/hand-off behavior is similar to AirPods. Range covers practically entire home.
My time with the Beats have been good so far! I initially was a bit worried about the fit, they started to hurt my ears when wearing them. However, they hurt less and I've kind of "wore them in" with working with them outside gardening and taking them for runs. They don't fully seal in your ears, kind of like AirPods, so you don't get that full isolation like other earbuds. However, for what I use them for, I need to hear a bit of the background noise so it works for me! I also appreciate the ease of switching between Apple products and having the whole IOS interaction.
Overall, I've enjoyed these headphones since my purchase and hope to use them for awhile!
Previously purchased Powerbeats Pro, Apple AirPods Pro 2, and Sony 1000xm4...all returned for one reason or another. I purchased the Powerbeats as a last ditch effort to find a solution while working on the property, working on the computer and when driving my 87 Toyota Land Cruiser. My previous purchases individually excelled in different areas, none were an all-round good fit for my needs. The Powerbeats, surprisingly, excel in all areas and I only wish I would've tried them first. Great call function, great sound when listening to music, comfortable fit for extended periods, and the neck loop makes keeping them within arms reach (and together!) easy.
The sound quality, into my ear has been great & I have used them for indoor workouts consistently for the last 9 months. I owned the previous generation, and despite the previous pair dying after 11 months....i think they were better. I have a couple issues with these, leading me to use them far less....and now am on the search for a new set. My issues are with phone calls, comfort & wind.
1. These are almost useless for making phone calls, no one can ever hear me when I have both ears “in”, when I keep one ear in my audio out is spotty. I would guess the placement of the microphone might be the issue, on my previous beats set the mic was on the cord, a few inches down from the ear (I think).
2. Outside/windy workouts cause me to need the volume way up, something with the design is not aerodynamic & despite having a good fit there are issues.
3. The fit isn’t as good as the last generation...maybe the rectangular housing was angled differently, but these just aren’t as comfortable. It’s really minor, because everyone will fit differently...but it is an issue I’ve had with them.
I wanted to love these, was hoping I would have the same quality/multiuse abilities as the last pair....but I just don’t.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about mids quality, treble quality, sound and comfort. Editors are less positive about portability and have mixed opinions about price. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 82/100 = Very good quality.
Powerbeats 4 review: Nearly as good as the Powerbeats Pro, but for less
If you're not ready to cut the cord with true wireless, or you can't stand a bulky charging case, or you don't want to spend the extra money, then Apple's PowerBeats 4 may be the If you're not ready to cut the cord with true wireless, or you can'tFull Review
A:AnswerModel #ML8V2LL/A is the older Powerbeats 3 and Model:MWNV2LL/A is the newer version (unofficially Powerbeats 4). The ear hook on the newer model is more form fitting battery life is three hours longer.
A:AnswerAccording to the instructions included, yes. Also in instructions I noticed reference to a Beats app for Android (see link to Beats Support page: https://www.beatsbydre.com/support/how-to/use-the-beats-app-for-android) they claim it is intended to provide some of the control features built in to IPhones/iPads. Full disclosure: I have no first-hand experience with Android. Best wishes.