Jaybird Tarah Wireless Sport Headphones hands-on: Entry-level offering with signature features

Last year Jaybird remained very active and announced several new headphones covering the whole range. This time, I am turning to the entry level segment of Jaybird Tarah which is the latest Bluetooth headphone.

Jaybird Tarah, obviously Jaybird's offer obvious in the black and green color schemes, has not changed much from the official known for its Bluetooth headphones. We can just say that for the symbolic wing tips of both models we admit that we may be confused with Tarah, in part, it seems like Jaybird X 4 we started I will! Also, there are strings that can be adjusted extra so that cables do not fly while wearing headphones.

Jaybird Tarah featuring the evaluation of IPX 7 is designed to withstand water and sweat and receives the most intensive training. And what do you know? Silicone tips and feathers do not care about you. In addition, with multimedia playback control, you can adjust quickly without using smartphones. Because of the entry level status of the headphones, there are no other items in the package, such as Comply form tips traditionally found in high-end Jaybird headphones.

Regarding audio performance, Jaybird Tarah is not as clear as Jaybird X4. Indeed, although you can adjust some levels with the application that comes with Jaybird, these headphones do not reach the same level of clarity as other Jaybird offers. Again, we can expect it to be an entry level model. The set is designed for about 6 hours of playback, but its fast charging technology enables 1 hour of playback with just 10 minutes of charge.

Keeping this in mind, Jaybird Tarah's retail price of $ 99.99 is acceptable, as it has waterproof design and customizable EQ settings.

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