JLab Audio introduces $50 true-wireless headphones JBuds Air


We’re no strangers to JLab Audio products around here. We’ve reviewed a handful of their products and have, overall, been impressed. Now the company is introducing an addition to their true-wireless lineup, the JLab Audio JBuds Air. These are the smallest true-wireless buds the company has designed and have no hooks or snug fit clips.

JLab says that each bud is capable of 3-4 hours of battery life and with the included carrying/charging case that obviously expands the life even further. The JBuds Air also have a custom EQ3 Sound that the company says “delivers clean, crisp audio.” There is no need to pair the buds to each other as they auto-pair one to the other. JLab is also using Bluetooth 4.2 in the JBuds Air.

“The JBuds Air are a game changer,” said JLab CEO Win Cramer. “We’ve taken years of learning and built a product that makes true-wireless accessible to everyone. Not only is the connection rock solid, they fit super comfortable, and have an awesome look, but they sound simply stunning. The quality of sound we deliver is unmatched. And we back it all up with a 2-year warranty. This is the best $50 you can spend on earbuds. We’re thrilled to launch this product with Walmart.”

The JBuds Air feature an ergonomic shape that keeps the earbuds comfortably in place, as well as additional gel ear tips and a new style JLab Cush Fin. Among the other features are play, pause, change tracks, and adjust volume with the outside buttons. The JBuds Air will be available at Walmart for $49.88USD. Check out the JLab Audio JBuds Air specs below.

  • 3-4 hour Bluetooth battery life in each earbud +10-hours in the included charging case
  • 500mAh charging case
  • Bluetooth 4.2
  • EQ3 Sound (Signature, Balanced, Bass Boost)
  • 2 gel ear tips, 1 Cush Fins
  • 2-year warranty
  • Universal Controls with side buttons
  • Built-in mic that takes calls and controls Google Assistant and Siri

What do you think of these new true-wireless earbuds from JLab Audio? Let us know in the comments below or on GooglePlus, Twitter, or Facebook.


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