Jam Live True Wireless Earbuds Review 2021 Current Update.
Jam Live True Wireless Earbuds: We have review so many earbuds, but all have different functions and role they play. The Jam Live wireless bud connect through an unspecified version of Bluetooth, which means you should get a wireless range of up to 10 meters, or 33 feet.
We found that the headphones were generally decent at retaining a good connection, without too many skips or jumps.
The JAM Audio Live Frees are new truly wireless earbuds with a more compact design compared to their predecessors (the Live Trues).
The wearable themselves offer approximately 6 hours’ worth of play-time per charge. However, this can be extended to a reported 54 hours or more when placed in their charging case.
This case is described as weighing only 0.17 pounds and measuring 1.28×2.65×1.99 inches.
The Live Free earbuds also have IP4X water- and sweat-resistant. JAM Audio claims that the composition of their removable ear-tips make for a good fit in the ear in the long term.
Each of these earbuds also have simple button controls to manage audio, as well as for Siri or Google Assistant activation.
While many true wireless headphones have more or less the same design, the same can’t be said for the Jam Live True headphones.
Both the headphones and the charging case, for example, feature a nice fabric-like texture, helping them look and feel more familiar and inviting.
The earbuds themselves feature a basic symmetrical design with a button on each earbud and magnetic pins on the bottom for charging.
We like the basic look to the headphones — it’s minimalist and classy.
Placing the headphones into the charging case is pretty easy, though it’s not as automatic as others.
Speaking of the charging case, it’s also very nice-looking. The outside has the same fabric feeling to it, and it’s easy to push the left end to slot out the seat for the earbuds.
- Relatively affordable.
- Powerful, deep bass.
- Secure fit.
- Charging case carries more battery life than most of the competition.
- Audio performances can sound murky, unbalanced, and overly sculpted.
- Limited on-ear controls.
As is always the case when it comes to in-ear headphones, it’s a good idea to experiment with the different ear tips to find the right size and fit.
The pre-installed ear tips, for example, didn’t quite fit my ears — but a slightly smaller pair did.
Doing so will ensure that the headphones are relatively comfortable, and that they properly stay in your ears.
Once you do find the right fit, the headphones are actually relatively comfortable.
They’re not overly comfortable — in-ear headphones rarely are — but we found that it was easy to wear them for a while before they got too bad.
In the end, the most important thing to keep in mind is sound quality — and the Jam Live True headphones have a tough battle ahead of them.
After all, when we reviewed the Jam Out There over-ear headphones, we found that the lackluster sound quality was the worst thing about them.
Do the Jam Live True headphones fight back against that? Partly — but they could still do better.
The bass, for starters, is actually not bad. It’s thick and deep, and there’s decent extension, though extension could always be better.
Kick drums punched through music relatively well, and bass guitars are given a pretty smooth tone.
Because of the fact that true wireless headphones are so small, they often struggle with battery life.
We’ve found that low end true wireless headphones generally come in at around 3 hours of battery life on a charge, while higher end ones can range up to about 5 hours.
So what about these? The Jam Live True headphones sit in the 3-hour camp, though the charging case gives the headphones up to 10 extra charges, which isn’t bad.
Bluetooth 5.0 is a major asset to these earphones. The best things about it have to be the speed and range. It can be used over greater distances and is much faster than the older Bluetooth systems.
Dual audio is another nifty little feature of Bluetooth 5.0. Want to listen to a podcast with your friend? No problem! Just connect two sets of headphones to the same device and off you go.
Oh, and Bluetooth Low Energy technology means you get longer battery life and reduced power usage.
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