JLab Go Air True Wireless headphones are very comfortable for everyday use

JLab Go Air True Wireless headphones are very comfortable for everyday use, and stable enough for exercise.

The microphone quality may be the best, but it has a long lasting battery life.

FOR

Amazing price
Good connection
IPX5 rating is sweat-proof

AGAINST

The sound quality is poor
Cancel when watching the video
Feeling cheap

Specs

SpeakerΦ8mm Dynamic, Neodymium Magnet, 20Hz-20kHz, 32 
Output103±3db
MicrophoneBoth Ears, MEMS, – 38dB ±3dB
VersionBluetooth 5
Range30+ ft.
Support ProtocolsHSP/HFP/A2DP/AVRCP
Support CodecAAC/SBC
Weight5g per earbud, 50g charging case
IP RatingIP44
Specifications Table

Design

The JLab Go Air True Wireless headphones shine with their unique and modern design and are also available in many colors such as white, black, dark blue, and khaki green.

 Looking like plant buds, JLab Go Air capture a magnetism in the special charging case.

The advantage of magnets here is that it is like magic,

Meaning that the earphones do not fall from their case if you lift them in all shapes, and they will not move from their place at all.

JLab Go Air Box

Lux unfortunately, it comes without a cover, which means that it is exposed

to dust or any other debris in your bag or pocket, and you will need to clean these buds.

Go Airs come in 3 sizes of gel ear cups, so you can choose the one that best suits your ear.

When testing them, I was completely comfortable using them, even feeling safe when wearing them during exercise.

Charging

The JLab Go Air charging case has a built-in USB charging cable that snaps into a recess in a place under the case; But keep this in mind that if this built-in cable breaks for any reason, you will not be able to charge your charging case or charging case, so use caution.

Audio

As for the sound quality of the JLab Go Air True wireless earbuds,

we were honestly expecting more, but they are fine.

These headphones support three presets: the first is the JLab Signature,

and this feature amplifies the high and low frequencies,

while the Bass Boost only intensifies the low frequencies.

The Balanced feature is to provide perfectly even sound,

with no specific frequency amplified above others, and we very much enjoyed using the balanced

Upon listening to the Rock Star song, the post Malone rapping was prominent enough in the mix,

but the bass was muddy all over the place, bleeding at the mid-ranges, as the track’s sound was somewhat blurry.

But while JLab Go Airs don’t do them justice in terms of sound fidelity

and utter clarity, they convey the song’s character well, with bold copper undertones.

What really bothered me when I used it for games as there was noticeable lag,

These earbuds are too slow to be recommended for video.

Controls

The external case of the headphone contains the JLab Go Air logo,

and here also on the external case you will find touch controls,

where you can click on it to play or pause the music, change the volume, adjust the audio profile or skip tracks.

jlab go air Controls

And if you double-tap the left earbud, you will be able to summon your phone’s voice assistant, whether you are using Google Assistant or Siri.

Through our testing, we found that the controls work well most of the time, and there are sources who say that touch controls must still be improved through a software update, which will happen before the date of its release in March.

Connectivity

When it comes to connectivity, JLab Go Air support Bluetooth 5.0, and the pairing is very fast and efficient.

You will first need to pair Go Airs to your device, after which they will be connected automatically when removed from their case.

One of the features I liked when testing the JLab Go Air was the ability of the two headphones to communicate completely independently of each other; Meaning, you can listen to music with one earbud and keep the other locked in the charging case, and that is another feature to double the battery life.

Battery Life

As for the battery life of headphones like the JLab Go Air,

you will get about 15 hours of battery life from the charging case,

and about five hours of playtime from the headphones alone without the charging case.

We checked this during testing and found that the battery life lasts almost

as long as they said, when listening to a mix of medium sized music.

Our Verdict

Through our testing of the JLab Go Air True Wireless Earbuds, if you are the one looking for great and clear sound or the gamer looking for a good connection it is not for you.

But if you’re looking for an inexpensive pair of versatile and affordable true wireless earbuds, the JLab Go Airs could be the way to go.

It also has a long battery life, and you can use only one headphone and leave the second charging, which is very useful.

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