Unplug your Beats Solo2 Wireless headphones, pair with your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, the new Apple TV, or iPod and move freely for up to 30 feet of wireless listening. Take hands-free calls with the built-in mic, and use the on-ear controls to adjust your listening experience without reaching for your iPhone. Stay unplugged all day thanks to the 12-hour rechargeable battery. The illuminated LED fuel gauge on the headphone lets you know when it’s time to recharge.
Immerse yourself in an emotional sound experience. The Solo2 Wireless has a dynamic and wide range of sound with a natural clarity. The earcup padding buffers outside noise, bringing you closer to what the artist intended you to hear. Regardless of what kind of music you’re into, you'll feel the crisp, balanced sound in your Solo2 Wireless.
The Solo2 Wireless headphone’s durable housing and compact, foldable design make it the ultimate on-the-go accessory. Whether you’re on the subway, dancing in your living room, or at your desk, you won’t have to worry about getting tangled up in cords. Plus, if you run out of power, plug in for unlimited wired listening.
The powerstation plus combines a compact design, premium feel and built-in switch-tip charging cable that charges both Apple and micro USB devices. This 6,000mAh battery gives you more than two additional charges on your smartphone or tablet. A second USB port lets you charge two devices at the same time.
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Pair and play with your Bluetooth device with 30 foot range.
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4-inch (diagonal) widescreen display with Multi-Touch IPS technology. Retina display, 1136-by-640-pixel resolution at 326 pixels per inch, 800:1 contrast ratio (typical), 500 cd/m2 max brightness (typical), Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating. Input and Output: Lightning connector, 3.5-mm stereo headphone jack, Built-in speaker, Microphone.
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|20 Hz ~ 21000 Hz|
|Dynamic, semi open|
Form 2 was designed more than 30 years ago – in 1983 by the then 23-year old Steve McGugan. It hit the streets in 1985 to instant critical success – so much in fact that in 1992 it was included in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York