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Keep your tunes to yourself and tune out external noise.

Beats by Dre has redesigned the Studio 2.0 Over-Ear Headphone, making it stronger, lighter, and fit more comfortably on your head. But some things haven't changed, like the dual-mode Adaptive Noise Cancelling feature. The ANC system automatically strikes a balance between your music and external noise. But go ahead and switch to ANC mode if you want the headphone to increase the level of noise cancellation. Use the RemoteTalk cable for hands-free communication. And don't worry about losing power. This headphone comes with a twenty-hour rechargeable battery, which is micro USB compatible. The auto on/off feature turns the headphone off when you unplug it, and the visible battery fuel gauge lets you know how much juice your battery has left.

  • Beats Acoustic Engine
  • Dual-mode adaptive noise cancelling system
  • USB 2.0 Charging Cable
  • USB power adapter
  • 3.5mm audio cable
  • Twenty-hour rechargeable battery
  • Visible battery fuel gauge
  • Auto on/off feature
  • RemoteTalk cable
  • Hard shell carrying case
  • Beats cleaning cloth
  • Quick Start-Up Guide

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5 5

Love the 2.0

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought these to replace a pair of skull candy aviators. They are much more comfortable for long listening and the noise canceling is money on a flight (can't hear a single crying baby or snoring senior). My wife has the Bose QC 15s and those are nice, but I work for a company that owns hip hop radio stations and these make me seem a little more legit with the same performance. Plus, these are rechargeable and the Bose take AAs.