Updated June 9: The price has increased on these headphones since the release. They now range from $ 23- $ 25 ($ 5 to $ 7 off). We always think they’re a great deal, in part because they’re already a fantastic deal at their normal price of $ 30. The price may continue to change.
When Apple shut down headphones on the iPhone, it sparked a revolt in wireless Bluetooth headsets. There are millions of choices out there now (check it out) our favorites here) but it’s very, very hard to find ones that are worth listening to that cost less than $ 100.
We’ve loved JLab Audio’s offerings for years; u so golf-tee-style sprouts surpasses AirPods for much less. When it comes to its sound and build quality, the JLab headset could easily sell for twice as much without anyone throbbing. The Go Air is their cheapest group, and among the smallest, lightest and most comfortable headphones we’ve ever tested.
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Our audio reviewer Parker Hall notes that in Go Air do everything you expect to do with wireless headphones. You can take calls and make burpees while exploiting MF Doom. They sound warm and energetic and have a big bass and boom that sounds great as you go about your daily walk. Its case also has an integrated USB-A cable for easy charging.
Of course, for $ 16, they won’t have an audiophile-quality sound. They also come in a unique, open case. The magnets hold the balls inside, but without a lid, they attract a bit of pocket stuffing. However, if you’re looking for a pair of headphones that won’t panic when you lose them in the bottom of your bag or on a sewer grill, these are definitely worth it.
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