Slip these JVC Gumy wireless earbuds in, and enjoy your favorite tunes without having to adjust a cable. The built-in rechargeable battery offers up to 5 hours of uninterrupted listening, and a three-button remote and mic lets you take and make calls. These JVC Gumy wireless earbuds are constructed with elastomer for comfort.
Fits securely and directs music into your ears for full, uninterrupted audio.
Enables simple wireless pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled device.
misplaced my earphones so stopped by top pick up an extra pair. Fit is comfortable. connects to my iPhone without any problem. Heavier bass sound than my Anker SoundBuds Slim, good for music. Worth picking up if you need an inexpensive pair
inexpensive but works well with iPhone 12, pretty good sound and comfortable in ears. Too bad I lost it about one week ago and had to order another one (the same), just picked up the new one this evening. Keep on good listening. Battery life is average (said 5 hrs)
These were on sale from $25 to $15. I bought two pairs. One pair worked fine. The other pair wouldn’t connect and there was a very loud static noise that would come from them when I turned them on. I took them in for a replacement and the new ones work well. It does seem like there is a little bit of white noise when songs get really quiet, but not enough for me to be unhappy.
A:AnswerAnnie, that is a great question. They provide good isolation, but they are not noise cancellation headphones. Please check your local, state, and federal laws about wearing headphones while driving.
A:AnswerIt's fine for hearing the incoming voice but I've been told by the person on the other end of the line that I sound far away. They're grateful when I switch to speaker phone or some other system.
A:AnswerThe answer is yes:
Make your Mac discoverable, then connect it with a Bluetooth keyboard, mouse, trackpad, headset, or other audio device.
You need to connect your Mac with the device only once and the device usually remains connected until you remove it..
Make sure the device is turned on:
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Bluetooth. Your Mac is now discoverable.
Select the device in the list, then click Connect.
If asked, click Accept.To remove a device, Control-click its name.