Solo2 Wireless functions Ready to put your Solo2 Wireless headphones to work? When connected wirelessly, here’s how you use your headphones.
Power button Press and hold the power button on the right earcup to power on or off. LEDs in the Fuel Gauge glow white when powered on. Tap the power button to show the Fuel Gauge status—learn more about how to power your Solo2 Wireless headphones.
B button Use the "b" button on the left earcup for the following:
Press once to pause or play a track or to start or end a call. Quickly press twice to skip a track. Quickly press three times to reverse skip.
Volume When connected wirelessly, use the volume up/down buttons on the left earcup—above and below the "b" button.
To go wireless, get to know the Bluetooth Basics—Solo2 Wireless. Wired mode
When connected with your cable to a compatible device, follow the steps for using the remote/mic cable to control audio and incoming calls. The cable should be plugged in securely, with the straight end of the plug connected to your headphones and the angled, L-shaped end connected to your audio source.
RemoteTalk audio cable Share via Email(opens in new window) Share via link(opens in new window) Print The RemoteTalk cables perform a wide range of functions on a slim three-button remote, so you don’t have to fumble with your device.
Volume Press the top button to increase. Press the bottom button to decrease. Calls Hello, goodbye Press and release the center button once to answer. Press again to end the call. Maybe later
Press and hold the center button for two seconds. Release Two beeps indicate the call has been declined. Hold please To switch or switch back, press and release the center button. To switch and end an in-progress call, press and hold the center button for two seconds. Two low beeps will indicate it worked. Talk to me—Voice command Press and hold the center button until voice activation starts up (functionality varies by device). Media Play or pause song or video Press and release the center button. Repeat to resume. Move it, move it Forward Quickly press the center button twice to skip forward. Hold on the second press to scan. Backward Quickly press three times to skip back. Hold on the third press to scan. Note: The cable included with our headphones is fully compatible with the iOS family. Functionality may vary by device.
Noise canceling vs. noise isolating Share via Email(opens in new window) Share via link(opens in new window) Print
Active noise cancelation
To provide active noise cancelation, internal and external microphones measure unwanted ambient noises, then circuitry in the headphones generates sound at a frequency that cancels out those noises. Active noise cancelation works whenever headphones with this feature are turned on. Adaptive noise cancelation is a type of heightened noise cancelation. When you're listening to music, speaker output strikes a balance between audio quality and noise cancelation. When you're not listening to music, the level of noise cancelation automatically increases to block outside sounds.
Passive noise isolation Noise isolating earphones and headphones passively block out ambient sound without batteries. Adjustable-fit eartips on earphones and extra earcup padding on headphones act as physical barriers to keep unwanted noise from reaching your ears. These barriers also help prevent people around you from hearing your music.
Product compatibility Share via Email(opens in new window) Share via link(opens in new window) Print Beats are made to work with most devices. However, functionality may vary by product.
Earphones and Headphones Using a 3.5mm cable Fully compatible Using the built-in remote/mic Compatible with Apple iOS devices but varies with other brands or products
Speakers Using Auxiliary or Line Out Fully compatible with any audio device with a 3.5mm port Over Bluetooth Compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled devices