If you have tried to turn on your Beats Studio3 headphones, and are a bit frustrated because it didn’t work, you’re not alone – in fact, you’d be surprised how many people ask us here at Speakergy how to turn on Beats earbuds or headphones!
So let’s get into the question here, with this clear and basic guide to how to power up Beats Studio 3 wireless headphones.
How Do You Turn On Beats Studio 3 Wireless Headphones?
It might not be totally obvious how to power up Beats Studio3 headphones, but once you know how it is very easy to do.
Find the power button, which is located on the bottom of the right earcup
Press the power button and hold it down for at least 1 second
This is probably why many people have difficulty turning Beats Studio 3 headphones on, because you can’t just hit the power button – you need to press and hold it, or it just won’t work.
When you turn your Studio3 on, they will also try to connect. If you’ve used them before with your phone, PC, tablet or other device, they should connect automatically, and if this is the first time you’ve used them they will go into pairing mode, and you can find and select them on your device’s Bluetooth page.
Also please check out our article on How to Pair Beats Studio 3 Headphones.
If you’re wondering how to turn Beats Studio3 headphones off, you do the exact same thing – simply press the power button and hold it for at least 1 second.
You should also keep in mind that your Beats will need at least some battery to be able to turn on, so make sure they are at least partially charged.
When your Beats Studio3 are powered on, an LED light will appear in the center of the on/off button. Also, the “power gauge” LED indicators will appear for just a moment, letting you know just how much charge you have left.
What If This Doesn’t Work?
The instructions in this article should help you with how to power up Beats Studio 3 wireless headphones, but if you’ve followed the steps and it isn’t working you should next check out our related article: Beats Studio3 Headphones Won’t Turn On: What Can You Do?
And finally, if you’ve arrived at this article, but you actually have a different pair of Beats headphones – that is, not Beats X, but a different model – you can go to our more general article: How To Turn On Beats Headphones: A Simple Guide.