Beats Studio Pro is the newest offering by Beats after 2017

For some ear-gasmic experience

Beats is back in the game with a fresh set of flagship headphones after a long hiatus since 2017. The fourth-gen of the iconic cans, called the Beats Studio Pro, introduces USB-C charging making it more convenient to power up. Plus, it has personalised spatial audio support complete with head-tracking capabilities. Noise cancellation is also taken to a new level with transparency mode. Beats say all this is made possible by the courtesy of the new custom chip and revamped hardware.

Let’s take you through the magic of the 'b' button. This little button on the ear cup is actually an ultimate control centre. You can manage audio — pause, skip, or go back to the previous track or handle calls with just a gentle tap on the ‘b’ button. Need it a bit quieter? No problemo! Press below the 'b' button. 

Adding to its repertoire of features is a multi-function button that lets you toggle between listening modes and EQ settings, monitor battery life through its LED indicators, pair your device and power the headphones on/off. The custom 40mm drivers are also enhanced to reduce distortion at high volume which Beats says is an improvement of up to 80% compared to the older version. Additionally, the microphones have also received significant upgrades.

The Beats Studio Pro offers 40 hours of battery life (2 hours to fully charge) with ANC off, and with ANC on it reduces to 24 hours. Available in Black, Deep Brown, Navy, and Sandstone, these headphones come with a price tag of $349.95 (around ₹28,713).