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Beats Fit Pro: TWS headphones feature head tracking

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Beats Fit Pro true wireless headphones feature active noise cancellation and advanced spatial audio.

It looks like the Beats Studio Buds, but with added fins, the Fit Pro sits somewhere between the Studio Buds and Powerbeats Pro. Beats describes them as “the most advanced headphones to date.” They are designed for active people who want to listen to music or answer calls while exercising. There are four color schemes for Beats Fit – Stone Purple, Sage Grey, White and Black.

The system is controlled by an Apple H1 chip, the same one used in AirPods 3 (as well as in Powerbeats Pro). This enables features such as one-touch pairing, checking your headphones for the best match, automatic switching between iCloud devices, audio sharing, hands-free access to Hey Siri, and Find Me in iOS (in case you lose your headphones).

The new driver delivers “reliable sound in a tiny form factor,” Beats says. The ventilation system is said to “minimize high-frequency distortion at the flexible diaphragm”. According to Beats, all this should give “emotional, powerful and balanced listening experience.”

Active noise cancellation (ANC) is built in, and like Apple’s AirPods, it tunes up to 200 times per second. Pressing the “b” button on any earphone activates the “transparency” mode. There’s also Apple’s Spatial Sound with Dynamic Head Tracking technology.

Battery life is six hours with ANC or transparency enabled, or seven hours with Adaptive EQ enabled. The USB-C rechargeable battery case provides a total battery life of 27 hours with ANC/Transparency or 30 hours with Adaptive EQ. A five-minute quick charge gives you another hour of listening time.

Like some other Beats models, Fit Pr is also compatible with Android phones, but without Hey Siri, auto-switch, and Find My.

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