Jaybird announced a new set of wired-free earbuds aimed squarely at health fans and athletes. Dubbed the Jaybird Tarah wired-free Sport Headphones, these earbuds are connected by using a cable that wraps across the back of the neck and function an inline mic and playback controls. Jaybird hopes those will tempt over the fitness-focused holdouts that are nevertheless the usage of wired earbuds as they workout.
Imposing sweat-proofing and waterproofing is one way it would get those users to make the bounce. Tarah earbuds have IPX7 waterproofing, which means that they’ll last in one meter of water for as much as half-hour. While we don’t surely see people going for a swim with those earbuds, that waterproofing way that you don’t always have to forestall the usage of them if you get stuck within the rain during a run.
Jaybird Tarah Wireless Sports Headphones Features
You could change out the silicone gels if the Tarah’s preferred configuration doesn’t fit nicely for your ears, and the cable that connects the 2 earbuds is adjustable as properly. In terms of battery, Jaybird says that the Tarah have to closing around six hours on a full charge, however you may get an hour’s worth of energy from 10 minutes of charging.
The Jaybird Tarah are well suited with voice assistants, especially Apple’s Siri and the Google Assistant and includes the “Made for Google” branding which Jaybird says ensures ‘compatibility with Google devices’. The inline mic and playback controls permit you to take calls and modify your music at the same time as you work out, or you can use the Jaybird app to modify the Equalizer settings from your phone.
Jaybird Tarah Wireless Sports Headphones Price
Jaybird is launching Tarah in three color variants: black/flash and numbus/gray jade, which are exclusive to Jaybird’s site for now, and solstice blue/glacier, which will also be available through Best Buy beginning next month. A pair will set you back $100, which, while significant, isn’t too bad when we’re talking about a pair of wireless earbuds.