Let me do this first…specs.
- Type: In-Ear Style
- Noise-isolation: Passive
- Impedance: 16 Ohm
- Speaker sensitivity: 103 +-2dB At 1KHz
- Output: 12mW RMS (with limit level)
- Total Harmonic Distortion <5% (1KHz, 1mW)
- Audio Format: 16-bit Stereo
- Codec: Bluetooth SBC Implementation
- Response Bandwidth 20Hz – 20kHz
- Driver Size: 6 mm
- Bluetooth Version: 4.1
- Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
- Profiles: Handsfree , Headset , A2DP , AVCRP , SPP
- Type: MEMS, Omni directional
- Sensitivity: -38dB +-3dB (Test conditions: 1KHz, 0dB = 1V/Pa)
- Any Bluetooth enabled with HFP, HSP and A2DP
- Play Time: 4+ Hrs*
- Charging Time: 2 Hrs
- Quick Charge: 5 min = 1 hour Play Time
- Charging: Via charging case with USB connector
- Input power: DC 5V 1A
- Type: Lithium Ion
- Battery Voltage: 3.8V
- Energy Voltage in Watt Hours: 0.3Wh
- *May vary dependent on usage, device & aging
- AVRCP Music Controls (Play/Pause, Next, Back)
- Call Controls (Answer, End, Reject Call)
- General (Pair, Power)
In the box
- Jaybird RUN True Wireless Sport Headphones
- Charging Case
- Round Silicone Ear Tips S/M
- Oval Silicone Ear Tips S/M
- Secure-Fit Ear Fins 1/2/3/4
- USB 2.0 Charging Cable
- Carry Pouch
Now let me start by saying, these cost a hefty $179 plus taxes if you pay them. Getting that out of the way, these are some GREAT earbuds.
Connections – True Wireless? Yes they are, and I’ve only experienced a couple of times with a dropped connection, and it was only for a sec or so.
Sound – you get the support from the app, and can control the sound from within the app. It has the built in equalizer, and it’s really easy to adjust to your liking.
Battery Life – These have been on the same charge for the last 2 weeks of me using them, and I don’t see them needing a charge anytime soon. The battery case charges the earbuds, and the case stays charged for a while. Jaybird claims 12 hours of use, with the addition of the case.
Comfort and feel – They feel pretty good in the ear, and this might be my only gripe. The feeling that they might fall out your ears easy, and that will be money down the drain. Other than that, I don’t have any major complaints.
If you are a fitness, you are surely going to like the JayBird RUN earbuds. They do cost close to $200, but this will be something to keep you going while you are training. I’ve got a link below, and a short video on my thoughts.