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Beats made things official today by announcing the Studio Buds: a set of noise-cancelling true wireless earbuds with an all-new design and a host of features. The only time you’ll have to put the buds in pairing mode is if you need to connect them to something like your laptop.There’s another first from Beats for Android users that will help you find lost earbuds. The Studio Buds offer hands-free access to Apple’s assistant just by speaking though, so you probably skip that.For Android users, the Beats app gives you access to the things that are native on iOS. You can really tell how far Beats has come when listening to bluegrass, where all the acoustic instruments have depth and presence, but the upright bass doesn’t drown out the rest.Like other recent Beats headphones and earbuds, the company says its ANC tech is powered by an algorithm that scans source files “while simultaneously correcting and cleaning audio-compromising artifacts at up to 48,000 times per second.” The noise-cancelling feature also uses adaptive gain control that adjusts in real time to block external noise and wind. In fact, the person on the other end said my voice sounded clearer over speakerphone than when I was using these earbuds.With the Studio Buds, Beats is promising up to eight hours of battery life on a charge with ANC and transparency mode turned off. Some companies offer it on earbuds that are around $150, but it’s not common.When it comes to alternatives to the Studio Buds, Beats has several of its own that may better suit your activity. Even with all those choices, the Studio Buds are the most discrete and offer the best mix of features for the price.If you’re looking for a set of earbuds that work well with both Android and iOS, Samsung’s Galaxy Buds+ are a solid bet. They’re also IPX7 rated, so they offer more protection against water and sweat than the Studio Buds.With the Studio Buds, Beats gives users yet another option in its crowded lineup of wireless earbuds.

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