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We have included Beats Studio Buds on our list the best wireless headphones on the market after giving them a grade of 84 in our review. They offer good sound quality with the type of bass that Beats equipment is known for. The headphones, which have IPX4 resistance to sweat and water, include active noise cancellation and an option that automatically adjusts the volume depending on the sound levels in the environment.
Studio Buds have Apple’s H1 chip (Beats is still owned by Apple), and they support fast pairing with both Android and iOS devices. You can use them to seamlessly switch between Apple AirPods-style products and support companies . In addition, Studio Buds works with Apple’s Find My and Android’s Find My Device. There is also support for Siri without arms.
On the other hand, we felt that the quality of the call was not good, and the lack of support for wireless charging could be disappointing for some. There are no built-in volume controls or sound adjustment options. However, this is a worthy option for those who are looking for a set of real wireless headphones.