This is Jabra’s sport wireless IEM that has magnetic ends and water resistance.The package comes included with a soft carrying pouch, a cable management tab, a charging cable, 3 pair of earfins and a total of 4 eartips. The earfins works well for high intensive movement or sports. So shaking you head aggressively will not make it fall out.
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You can power on/off the IEM by putting both the earbuds together or separate them, but you are required to power them first via the control first as a first step. The right side act as the main unit, the left earbud can be attached magnetically to the control center if you plan to hear one sided (see our video tech for the visual guide). The control center houses microphone, volume rocker and multi-function button for calls/media playback and power.
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Sound isolation is good thanks to the longer sound tube length measuring at 0.6cm. Cable length from earbuds to earbuds is 55cm long tho you can use cable management tab to shorten it.
It’s powered by pair of 6mm Neodymium Dynamic Drivers. Uses Bluetooth 4.0 for connectivity. The maximum stable line of sight is 10 meters. The rated battery life is 5.5hours. Our battery is based on the iPhone 6 at the 1st volume bar lasted us 3 hours 45 minutes.



Technical Specification

  • Passive Noise Reduction: 15 dB
  • Bluetooth version 4.0
  • Operating range  Up to 10 meters (33 feet)
  • Talk/Music time Up to 5.5 hours
  • Standby time  Up to 18 days
  • Charging time Approximately 2,5 hours
  • Speaker size 6 mm dynamic speaker
  • Speaker sensitivity 92 dB at 1 mW /1 kHz
  • Speaker impedance 16 Ώ
  • Speaker max input power 5 mW
  • Speaker frequency range 20 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Microphone frequency range 100 Hz – 8 kHz
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Has a bulky look sadly

Audio quality

Pop/EDM:

Tiaan – Be Ok (Low Bass Frequency)
Low bass frequency is highly energetic and notable, you can feel the air pressure booming in your ears. It doesn’t eat into the vocals and has zero bass distortion. The subtle bass vibrations fades smoothly. Low bass frequency is well bodied. The low bass slightly overpower the vocals, just a tiny bit.

Pia Mia – Do It Again (Standard Bass)
Bass has decent energy and firm, you can feel the air pressure. The bass fades too quickly for my liking especially at the 2:05 mark, the vibrations feels soft and flat. Bass doesn’t overpower vocal much and feel balanced, clear separation between the two. Bass is well bodied. EDM tones sounds fun.

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Vocals/Instrumentals:

Violinder – Raindrops (High Frequency Instrumental)
Piano/Violin tone sounds right and natural, leans closer to the crystal-clear type not the warm-sounding type, I prefer crystal-clear type. It has good amount of shine at the highs. Tone are well bodied doesn’t sound half-hearted.
 Bass/Drums slightly overpowers Piano/Violin in term of audible levels.

Pentatonix – See Through (Hi Frequency Vocals/Separation)
Mitch Grassi’s hi-pitched-male Tenor vocals perform very well at the highs with the right amount of shine, feels bright. Each singer can be identified easily. Every diction and pronunciation is crystal clear. Vocal beatboxing, echoing and humming is good which doesn’t overpower Mitch Grassi’s vocal in the song.

Despite the low battery life, Jabra makes up for better audio sound. The wireless IEM performs well from the lower mids to upper mids. So if you’re into electronics, vocals or instrumental this fit you well.

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