Product released in 2011. Portable on-ear headphones that come with a detachable audio cable with built-in remote and mic for iPhone/iPod/iPad connections, and a carrying case.

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Using headphones in cold weather causes them to shutdown completely.

My Solo wireless have been working great. I use them while walking my dog for 2-3 hrs per day and the charge last about 2 weeks. This was true until now! Since the weather has cooled off (in the 20s) my headset shuts down about an hour into the walk. I get a chime then nothing, no lights , sound nothing, I cannot turn them back on they are just dead! When I get home and let them warm up for an hour or so, I can turn them on and they show full charge! Must be the cold because I can use them inside without them shutting down. Is this normal?

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Batteries do not like cold weather ( electrons don't like to move), especially if there are reaching their end-of-life. How old the headphones?

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@bearflag7 ""Batteries do not like cold weather" Neither do humans! both are true! I would reccomend charging it for 24 hours and see if the issue persists at room temperature after a full charge.

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I do not disagree about charging overnight, only after a full rundown of the batteries till headphones shutdown. But I think he will have to put the headphones in the refrigerator to test them. The batteries internal resistance, goes up due too "Age"and cold. I have done work in ths area designing and testing handheld medical equipment.

From the body of the question above "When I get home and let them warm up for an hour or so, I can turn them on and they show full charge! " https://www.ifixit.com/User/746228/dalee...

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I was not saying discharge them fully.

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I have tried my Beats with my iPhone8 for two runs in 20-degree weather. I got about .2 miles and they disconnected. I reconnected them, run another 200 yards and they disconnected. I reconnected them, ran 200 yards and the same thing happened. They never behaved this way in warmer temps, so there must be a correlation. So frustrating.

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That was my conclusion too. 20 degrees seems to be the point of failure! I have since been keeping a hoodie on over the headphones and that seems to work for me.

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