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[14% OFF] JLab Epic Air Sport ANC True Wireless Bluetooth 5 Earbuds (As of 08/28/2021)

$84.99

08/28/2021 02:30 EST

Headphones for Working Out – 15-Hour Battery Life – 55-Hour Charging Case – 3 EQ Sound Settings – Music Controls – IP66 Sweatproof

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DUAL CONNECT AND C3 CALLING: Use either earbud independently or use both and experience a seamless connection no matter the situation. Both earbuds auto connect to your device so no need to worry about switching or missing a connection. Experience clearer phone calls with C3 Calling. One mic picks up and eliminates surrounding noise while the other picks up your voice for clear conversations anywhere, anytime.

MOVIE MODE / WEAR DETECT SENSOR: Elevate your movie-watching experience. With this super low latency mode, reduce the audio lag so voices match up perfectly to the screen. Designed with an infrared sensor in each bud, your music will pause automatically when you take them out of your ear. They’ll start playing once you place them back in.

BEST-IN-CLASS PLAYTIME / WIRELESS + USB CHARGING CASE: Epic Air Sport ANC features 15+ hours of Bluetooth playtime in each earbud and 55+ additional hours from the charging case. That’s 70+ hours of Bluetooth 5 playtime. Plus, use ANC to tune out noise around you, you’ll get 50+ hours of Bluetooth ANC playtime. Dual charging options: Use any wireless pad to charge your case so you stay powered. Plus use the integrated charging cable and plug into any USB-A charging port.

SMART ACTIVE NOISE CANCELLATION: Control how you hear outside noise with three noise control modes in the hardware: ANC On, ANC Off and Be Aware (pass through outside noises). Six microphones work together to cancel out noise and provide uninterrupted audio – wherever you GO. Further customize the noise around you with the JLab Air ANC app.

JLAB AIR ANC APP: With the new JLab Air ANC app, you’ll have control to customize the Active Noise Control settings, touch controls, and sound to your personal preference – or use the presets for JLab Signature, Balance or Bass Boost. Plus get software updates for your product right when they’re available. Available on the App or Google Play Store.

JLab Epic Air Sport ANC True Wireless Bluetooth 5 Earbuds Reviews

J-Lab has made a good name for themselves and become one of the more popular sub-$100 range of wireless headphones. While the company was on my radar, these were my first pair of J-Lab headphones, and the results were somewhat mixed. In the end, this is more of a 3.5 star review, and I’ll explain why.First of all, there are quite a few things I like about these headphones. The fit is comfortable. For me, the tips that came attached worked well, and I’ve also appreciated the memory foam tips, which contour nicely to my ears. Those memory foam tips are a bit tricky to attach, but once on, they’re great. Also, the sound quality is good for mid-range wireless earbuds. It doesn’t rival some other brands in a similar price range (such as Soul), but it’s superior to others I’ve used, such as the OnePlus Buds. The sound is generally pretty neutral, without any overwhelming bass or shrill highs. Music sounds clear and good. The battery life is also stellar. I use these for exercise, so I don’t need 15 hours between charging, but it’s nice to know I could travel all day or wear them from morning to evening without ever recharging if I needed to. It’s also nice that the case holds a lot of extra charge. The wireless charging case is a nice benefit as well.There are several downsides as well. The main one is that the first pair I received was unreliable. One earbud, after around two weeks of use, began to refuse to connect to the case, so it wouldn’t power off or charge. At first, it would connect sporadically, and then it refused altogether. The replacement pair has so far fared better. I also think that the usb cable that’s a part of the case is kind of a gimmick and doesn’t really add too much value. It’s very short, and with such a bulky case, it’s hard to position it well to charge. I’d prefer a usb-c input. The biggest downside, however, is that the noise cancellation is so bad that it’s almost a joke. For a mid-range pair of earbuds costing around or less than $100, I didn’t have high expectations, but I was still let down. The “noise cancellation” provides a barely audible difference in terms of surrounding noise. The memory foam tips do a good job with isolation anyway, but the ANC doesn’t help essentially at all. If you want these because of that feature, look elsewhere. These are the wrong choice. I don’t really like ANC for outdoors exercise anyway, so it’s not a dealbreaker for me.One thing that’s not necessarily a huge downside but is worth mentioning is that the case is very large. It’s expected for earbuds with ear clips like these, and for me, it’s worth it, especially for exercise/athletic uses.Overall, these aren’t bad at all. The sound is good, they’re comfortable, and the battery life is great. However, I had reliability issues with my first pair (which was replaced), and the ANC is seriously a joke. I’ll also mention that if you want to be able to adjust the sound profile (which is a great feature), be sure to get the JLab ANC app, and not the other JLab app, which is basically just advertisements for more of their products and a total waste of time.TLDR: If you want good ANC, don’t buy these. If you want nice sounding sport-focused earbuds with good battery life and a clip design, these might be the right ones.

Really disappointed with these.I mainly bought these due to the fact they had low latency modes, but it doesn’t make sense considering the first moment I turned them on, the audio latency was pretty decent without low latency, not what I was hoping for but better than most, then I turned on the movie/music modes for low latency and nothing changed. The latency was the exact same. I’m not sure if my product was just 1 bad batch or what. Second, the Bluetooth would just disconnect randomly, and I tried this with multiple devices. I was really hoping to use these for competitive gaming but I’m not sure why these earbuds market themselves as having low latency modes when the earbuds sound the exact same with low latency off and on.Third, the “aware” mode sounded iffy, like only my right side had audio coming though which was really jarring.There’s just better value alternatives out there, but I know Jlabs main goal was to provide something with most of the features your average consumer would want, these just weren’t for me unfortunately. Seriously disappointed.

I purchased the Epic Air ANC because I like the Air Sport so much. These are the only true wireless ear buds that will not fall out. I had to fashion loops for both the Sony and Galaxy buds because they kept falling out regardless of the ear piece used. I use them when I exercise, do yard work and in the wood shop. Battery life is all it is advertised to be. The be aware mode works well unless there is a lot of wind. The one disappointment is that the ANC is not great. I bought them mainly for hearing protection in the shop. The foam ear pads provide decent passive noise blocking which is the if you are trying to protect your hearing from saws, grinders and such. But the ANC is not nearly as good at blocking the drone from equipment compared to the Sonys. Still, they basically do what I want them to and for a decent price. The App is nice and so far I have not encountered problems that some have posted. The buds are not too bass-heavy and the equalizer allows me to hear notes that these 67-year old ears might otherwise miss. The best thing is that I will never again have to sift through a pile of leaves looking for the ear bud that fell out.

These are outstanding!!! I’ve always had issues with buds falling out my ears when I run so switched to the sports style round the ear a couple of years ago. I’ve tried JVC, Beats, Sennheiser and JBL (wireless and TWS) and these are top by a mile! Insane, crystals clear sound from these, which is only Enhansed further with ANC. Nice little charging case as well and they hug my ears when running. These are proper decent.