Beats Fit Pro TWS With Spatial Audio, Adaptive EQ Launched: Price, Features

Beats Fit Pro has Spatial Audio support, IPX4 rating, and Adaptive EQ feature.

Beats has officially launched its latest earbuds – the Beats Fit Pro. The newly unveiled Beats Fit Pro looks similar design as that of the Beats Studio Buds, except that it has a wingtip. The earbuds are equipped with Apple’s H1 chip and it offers features such as Spatial Audio, Adaptive EQ and Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). Speaking about the Adaptive EQ, this feature lets the users adjust low and mid-range frequencies using computational audio and in-ward facing mics. The earbuds also has IPX4 rating for water resistance. Beats claims that the earbuds can deliver a battery life of around of 6 hours with ANC or transparency mode active and another 21 hours in the charging case.

Beats Fit Pro Pricing And Availability

The Beats Fit Pro comes in four colour options – Black, White, Grey, and Purple. The earbuds are priced at $200 (roughly Rs 14,970) and they are available for pre-order from Apple’s website and other retailers in the United States. The Beats Fit Pro will be shipping from November 5th. The earbuds will be available in China next month, whereas they will debut in additional regions next year, says Beat.

Beats Fit Pro Specifications

Speaking about the design aspect of the Beats Fit Pro, it has an in-ear design and wingtips for a better fit. The earbuds as mentioned above are equipped with Apple’s H1 chip. They offer Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) support. As per Beats, the ANC setup “continuously adapts in real-time,” scanning and adjusting up to 200 times per second to counter any changes “in fit and movement”. The earbuds also have Adaptive EQ, which lets you adjust low and mid-range frequencies using computational audio and in-ward-facing mics. The Beats Fit Pro also has supports Spatial Audio and dynamic head tracking. Beats says that the Spatial Audio won’t be available for Group FaceTime at launch, but the feature will be available in a future update.

The earbuds also have a transparency mode that lets you hear what’s going on around you when needed. As mentioned above, the Beats Fit Pro also has an IPX4 rating for water resistance. As far as the battery life goes, Beats claims that the earbuds can last for 6 hours with ANC and transparency mode active. You can get another 21 hours of battery life with the case. With the ANC off, you can get around seven hours of battery life and another 27 hours more in the case. The Beats Fit Pro’s case, unfortunately, doesn’t support wireless charging but it also has a Fast Fuel feature that gives you an hour of playtime in five minutes.

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