What you need to know
- Beats has released a new special-edition version of its Studio 3 wireless headphones.
- The company has released a new collaboration with Madhappy.
- Customers can order the headphones now directly from Madhappy.
Beats has released its latest collaboration with another brand on its headphones.
The company has announced a new limited-edition version of its Studio 3 wireless headphones with Madhappy. The special edition version of the headphones come in two colors: Ice and Heat. They also feature the Madhappy logo across the top and sides of the headphone band.
Other than the colors and the logos, they are still the same Beats Studio 3 headphones that we have known and loved for the last four years.
If you're looking for a good set of over-the-ear headphones but aren't looking for the Madhappy edition, check out our list of the Best Over-ear Headphones for iMac in 2021.
If the pairing of Apple's W1 chip and solid noise-cancellation sounds like music to your ears, you'll love the $349 Beats Studio 3 Wireless. They're not quite as comfortable or top-tier as the QC35s, but if easy connectivity and lengthy battery life matters to you more than having the edge in comfort or industry-leading noise cancellation, they're a solid alternative and more than worth considering.
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