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Jaybird has announced its new Tarah wireless sport headphones, which retail for $99.99

- Jan 28, 2019

In August, Jaybird, one of the early leaders in wireless in-ear game headphones, brought its new X-collection headphone, the X4. Now we get the Tarah, which looks a lot just like the X4 but expenses $30 much less ($100).

Other than the cost, what is the distinction? Nicely, the buds themselves are fashioned a little otherwise and aren’t designed to be worn with the twine looped back around the top of your ear. Also, the Tarah has two hours less battery life than the X4.

Jaybird Tarah Wireless Sports Headphones Features

The brand new Tarah have a fully customizable EQ, way to the Jaybird My Sound app, and the IPX7 rating makes them water resistant in up to three ft of water for as much as 30 minutes, which makes them ideal for any exercising (aside from swimming), even a jog in the rain. Jaybird additionally promises up to 6 hours of battery life, and you will get a complete hour of play day off of simply 10 mins of charging.

iOS and Android Jaybird smartphone apps are to be had so you can create your customized equalizer settings, control firmware updates, experience Spotify strolling playlists, and locate your headphones if you misplace them. It’s also well matched with Siri and Google Assistant and is “Made for Google” certified.

Key specs

Sweatproof
IPX7 waterproof rating (can be submerged down to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes)
New buds and fins provide improved comfort and ergonomics
Speed Cinch cord management system
Six hours of battery life
Slim and light weight controller
Customize bass and treble settings in Jaybird app
Available in three color combinations

Jaybird Tarah Wireless Sports Headphones Price

The Jaybird Tarah weigh in at 13.85 grams. It will be available in October for $99.99 in black/flash and nimbus gray/jade colors. A Best Buy and Jaybird Sport exclusive color, solstice blue/glacier, can be purchased as well.

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