Experience the freedom of true wireless listening with JLab GO Air true wireless earbuds. GO Air earbuds have 5-hour batteries, with an additional 15+ hours in their slim, magnetic charging case. Their small design fits comfortably, and selectable EQ, song skip, and volume control are accessible via simple one-button commands. Use earbuds in conjunction, or use either earbud independently. A built-in microphone also makes JLab GO Air true wireless earbuds a good choice for high quality Bluetooth phone calls.
Let you listen to your favorite tracks, so you won't be held back by wires.
Five hours of playtime in each earbud and 15+ extra hours from the charging case. That's 20+ hours of playtime. Recharge hassle-free with the charging case and integrated charging cable.
Use either earbud independently or use both and experience and seamless connection. Both earbuds auto connect to your device.
Custom EQ3 sound
Choose the sound to match your personal preference between: JLab Signature, Balanced and Bass Boost.
Enables simple hands-free chatting via a compatible device.
Bluetooth 5.0 interface
Enables simple wireless pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled device. Supports HFP, HSP, A2DP and AVRCP Bluetooth profiles.
Fits securely and directs music into your ears for full, uninterrupted audio.
Deliver powerful sound.
20Hz - 20kHz frequency response
For faithful sound reproduction.
32 ohms impedance
To efficiently conduct power.
Dynamic transducer design
For reference-grade audio.
Provides powerful audio.
Delivers crisp tones.
3 pairs of gel ear tips, charging cable, charging case (380 mAh)
JLab Go Air
Noise Cancelling (Active)
Maximum Wireless Range
Battery Charge Time
GO Air True Wireless In-Ear Headphones
Additional Accessories Included
3 pairs of gel ear tips, charging cable, charging case (380 mAh)
Recently I acquired a nice higher end set of wireless in-ear headphones. So nice, that I have been hesitant to use them while biking or doing outside yard work due to their replacement cost. When I saw these JLAB GoAir True Wireless in-ear headphones for about 1/7 the price, I was curious as to how they would perform. In addition, if by chance I did drop them or lose them outside, maybe I would not cry. Many of the features of the premium set were similar to those on the JLAB GoAir – at least in theory. Simple taps of either the right or left ear piece controls volume, music tracks, sound equalization, phone functions, and virtual assistants. I struggled quite a bit trying all the features, as the “touch” or “tap” – especially applied in single, double, or triple applications can be quite tricky. At first I thought the features were not working correctly, until I realized it takes a “practiced” touch to make them operate as intended. That said, something like the multiple equalization settings allow you to make subtle differences in the sound output, so subtle that they are almost indistinguishable from one another. I must admit that my premium in-ear headphone controls operate much nicer. (BUT – keep in mind that they cost 7 times as much.)
The packaging for the JLAB GoAir is quite acceptable, especially at this price point. The carrying case allows for remote charging and I believe holds the individual earbuds in via a magnet. The case has an integrated USB charging cord, and is quite attractive and well designed – especially considering the price. The earbuds paired quite quickly and easily to my Samsung Galaxy S9.
I used them both inside around the house, as well as outside for several hours while doing yard work. After a couple of hours my ear canals started hurting a bit. Then I took a big risk for me – keep in mind that I have this fear of them falling out – I tried replacing the ear gel cushions with the smaller ones. No pain and they seemed to stay in just fine. At this price, I can face my fear of them falling out. And although I am not a fan of the control buttons, I can live with them and be very happy with the price of the headphones. I recommend them to anyone looking for a good go to set of wireless in-ear headphones. Like a nice pair of worn jeans, I think you will be happy with them.
The JLab GoAir headphones are my first pair of JLabs and I'm pretty impressed with them. I think you'd be hard-pressed to find another pair of wireless headphones in this price range that offer this many features.
Unboxing the GoAir headphones is pretty standard. Inside the box, you'll find the charging/ storage case, headphones themselves, and large and small gel (silicone) cushion tips. The medium tips are already attached. Build quality is good with attention given to important components. Almost everything is plastic, but two magnets were used instead of one to keep the headphones inside the charging case during charging and storage. I was concerned that an open case design would be a bit risky, but I can confirm the two magnets are STRONG and you have to try aggressively to get the headphones to pop out of the case when you don't intentionally want them to come out.
Fit-wise for me, the medium gel cushion tips work well. The shape of the earphones places the tips at a comfortable depth in my ear canals that does a pretty good job of noise isolation. ANC is not a feature these headphones have, but I wouldn't expect it at this price point.
Features on the headphones themselves are impressive. JLab claims 5 hours of playtime on each earbud and an additional 15 hours of playtime with the charging case that has a built-in USB charging cable. That's a nice feature that eliminates one additional charging cord you might have to carry around with you. The earbuds are rocking Bluetooth 5.0, which creates a super strong connection with your phone or other Bluetooth device. I haven't noticed any lag with video audio on my iPhone 8+. Touch controls on the buds are responsive and allow you to change volume, track, EQ settings, play/ pause music, and access Google/ Siri. Sound quality is definitely better than I expected at this price point. While JLab's novel feature is custom EQ3 sound (basically you can change between signature, balanced, or bass boosted sound with 3 taps on either earbud), I find myself only using JLab's signature mode. To me, the balanced mode seems too bland and the bass boost makes the bass feel too synthetic. The signature mode strikes the right middle ground, but again that's very subjective and just my take.
One other little gripe I have about these headphones is volume. I find myself listening at 80-90% volume and that is not ear-piercingly loud. You need that much volume just to get to normal jamming volume. Not a deal-breaker, but definitely causes battery life to take a hit.
Overall, if you want some quality, super portable earbuds that you wouldn't cry over losing because hundreds of dollars went down the drain, I would absolutely recommend you pick these up.
For just $29.99, this true wireless headphones is steal. It comes with a burn-in tool on the JLabs app on iOS/Android which can help you tune these headphones into their peak performance. I love that it comes with a built-in USB adapter so all I have to do is plug it into a USB jack and you’re good.
I was skeptic at first due to the price $30 I thought really could wireless earbuds be this cheap? I’ve bought Bluetooth ear buds from Marshall’s or TjMaxx before but they always came with a long cord attaching each bud which made them very obnoxious. I do have an IPhone but I could not see paying $150 for AirPods it just seems ridiculous. I have read reviews about pods not connecting. I have had these air buds for 3mos now and have not experienced any issues. I will say if the pods are not connecting just place then back in the holder wait a sec until the like is blinding blue and it should be fine. Also make sure when you place the correct pod in the correct side as-in left goes in left side and right with right. If you do not do this they will not charge and not connect. Also I have worked out with these once and they do like to not stay in place as well as others but I mainly use them for listening to podcasts. They are totally worth $30, heck I would pay $50 such a great product!
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about bass quality, comfort and price. Editors are less positive about sound. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 87/100 = Very good quality.
TechRadarRating, 3 out of 53.0Olivia Tambini on November 9, 2020
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