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Pros Affordable high quality audio performance with rich bass depth Can be used without or without cables Sturdy battery life Cons Volume limiter switch allows you to boost levels Build quality feels a bit cheap
The JLab JBuddies Pro Wireless are kid-friendly headphones that tick most of the boxes parents are looking for. At $35 they are affordable. Their size is ideal for ages eight and up up, but fits many adults and the ear cups are comfortable. They also get solid battery life and deliver a surprisingly robust bass response. A volume limiter switch is tucked away behind the fabric of the right earcup, and when turned on, the headphones deliver relatively safe maximum volumes. When it is off, the headphones may be used by adults, but you should make sure to hide it dit trick of your little ones. If you’re concerned about the volume limiter, the Puro Sound Labs JuniorJams are more expensive, but they deliver higher quality audio at a safe maximum volume level that cannot be changed. Big bass, limited volume
The circumaural (over-ear) JBuddies Pro Wireless headphones are available in blue/black or pink/black models. The “cloud foam” in the ear pads and headband is comfortable and should work well for long listening sessions. The headphones can be folded to a smaller size, but do not come with a carrying case. Given the price, it’s hard to expect much in terms of build quality, but the JBuddies Pro Wireless feels exceptionally light and cheap.
The headphones come with an audio cable with a built-in singlebutton inline remote with microphone. The cable can be connected to both ear cups and the same jack can be used to connect another pair of wired earphones/headphones to share audio with a friend or parent. The button can control playback, track navigation and call management depending on how many times it is pressed. jlab jbuddies studio pro lifestyle
The JBuddies Pro Wireless comes fully equipped with controls, including volume up and down buttons that double as track forward/backward buttons. The power on/off button is also the play/pause button, and can your . call phone’s voice assistant when double tapped. The same button answer or end calls.
Of course, there’s also that hidden volume limiter switch. It is located behind the cloth that covers the driver of the right ear, up top, tucked behind the ear pad cushion. When enabled (switched to the right), the volume is limited to a maximum of 85dB. When it is turned off (switched to the left), the volume can go up to 95 dB. If you want to guarantee a limited volume for your child, this is: feature can be frustrating because if your child finds out where the switch is and what it does, feature is essentially dead.
JLab estimates the JBuddies Pro Wireless battery life at around 35 hours, which is pretty good, but your results will vary with your volume levels. JBuddies Pro Wireless Audio Performance
The following songs may not be what your child is listening to, but they are part of our regular test suite and give a clear idea of what the drivers are capable of. With the volume limiter engaged, the headphones deliver an impressively deep low-frequency response on tracks with intense sub-bass content, such as The Knife’s “Silent Shout”. These drivers are quite adept at mimicking thumping bass depth, and with the maximum volume and limiter turned off, they get loud enough for kid’s headphones. The bass on this track is never distorted, which is a sign that the drivers can handle low frequencies without blurring the audio. At moderate volumes, the bass still sounds robust. JLab JBuddies Pro Wireless
Bill Callahan’s “Drover”, a track with much less bass in the mix, gives us a better idea of the overall sound signature. The drums on this track sound full and heavy, even with the limited volume. Callahan’s baritone vocals also sound rich. The highs and highs are less clear than on most adult headphones, which might make sense when you consider how human hearing declines in our adult years. Your kids probably don’t need crisp, clear highs as much as you do.
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On Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “No Church in the Wild” the kick drum loop gets a lot of extra bass depth, amplification up the loop and sub-bass synth hits that accentuate the beat impart some subwoofer-like presence even with the volume limiter turned on. Vocals remain clean and clear, but again this is a noticeably less clear sound signature than adults may be used to.
Movie audio and dialogue come across clearly. If it’s a movie with a lot of bass depth in the mix (in music or special effects), the headphones can convey this well, even at modest volume levels.
The built-in microphone provides so-so intelligibility. Using the Voice Memos app on an iPhone, we were able to understand every word we recorded, but the audio seemed a bit muffled and the signal was a bit weak. Headphones for kids who love bass
The JBuddies Pro Wireless Headphones deliver high-quality audio with robust bass depth to drivers that are affordable, even at modest volume levels. The question will be how effectively you can keep the secret of the hidden volume limit switch. We think most kids will like these headphones – in the end they look a lot like adult headphones, just with less presence in the high frequencies. That said, the aforementioned $70 Puro Sound Labs JuniorJams offer a more balanced sound signature with a safe maximum volume level that can’t be changed, making them a better choice for nervous parents, as well as our Editors’ Choice.
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