Jaybird Tarah wireless sports headphone: Looks like the X4 but cheaper
With a $100 value point, Jaybird trusts its new section level model has mass interest.
In August, Jaybird, one of the early pioneers in remote in-ear sport earphones, presented its new X-arrangement earphone, the X4. Presently we get the Tarah, which looks a ton like the X4 yet costs $30 less ($100).
Beside the value, what’s the distinction? All things considered, the buds themselves are formed a little diversely and aren’t intended to be worn with the rope circled back around the highest point of your ear. Likewise, the Tarah has two hours less battery life than the X4.
Generally the specs are comparable. Not exclusively is the Tarah sweatproof yet Jaybird says it’s completely waterproof, with an IPX7 rating (it tends to be completely submersed to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes). There’s additionally a similar quick charge highlight that allows you one hour of play time from a 10-minute charge.
With this kind of earphone it’s essential to get a tight seal to amplify sound quality and not lose any bass, and keeping that in mind, Jaybird has included new tips and balances that guarantee a more agreeable, secure fit. Be that as it may, while the progression up X4 incorporates new “restrictive to-Jaybird” Comply Ultra froth tips, they’re excluded with the Tarah. That is not a colossal arrangement – I was more disillusioned that the Tarah doesn’t accompany a conveying pocket.
Gratefully Jaybird has another line administration framework called Speed Cinch that makes it simple to change the rope length.
I’ve invested a little energy with both the X4 and Tarah and like them, yet I likewise believe that with such a great amount of rivalry in the games earphone advertise they presumably both need to descend in cost by $30.
I’ll have my full audits of the Tarah and the X4 in coming weeks.
- IPX7 waterproof rating (can be submerged down to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes)
- New buds and blades give enhanced solace and ergonomics
- Speed Cinch string administration framework
- Six hours of battery life
- Thin and light weight controller
- Modify bass and treble settings in Jaybird application
- Accessible in three shading mixes
- Cost: $100 (no word yet on global evaluating, we’ll include it when we get it)
- Dispatching in October 2018