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JBL SOUNDGEAR BTA Wearable Ear-Free Wireless Speaker BLACK $99.99 + free shipping

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Newegg Flash [newegg.com] has the JBL SOUNDGEAR BTA Wearable Ear-Free Wireless Speaker $99.99 + Free Shipping (in BLACK only).

Amazon.com [amazon.com] has the same model but 'renewed' for $99
  • Enjoy an enriched and immersive audio experience that only JBL sound can provide, thanks also to the Quad transducers with Bass boost.
  • Hands-free, crystal clear voice calls make your conference calls easy and convenient, free from echo and noise.
  • Cut the cords and conveniently stream all your content wirelessly and hands-free, staying aware of your surroundings, without disturbing the others.
  • 6-hour battery life with quick recharge in just 2 hours
  • BTA, Wireless Audio Transmitter
JBL Soundgear BTA: Life at home has a soundtrack
Introducing a totally new way of experiencing sound at home – by wearing it. The Soundgear BTA lies gently around your neck, creating your own personal sound zone while allowing you to remain fully aware of your surroundings. Four 31mm drivers with bass boot guarantee an exciting sound experience. Bluetooth-enabled for sound streaming from compatible devices, the Soundgear also come with a dual mic conferencing system with echo-cancelling technology for crystal clear phone calls. For versatility, a TV Bluetooth® wireless audio transmitter is included so you can bring the TV sound closer for better immersion. Built-in battery provides 6 hours of playback time, and supports quick recharge time of 2 hours.

The around-the-neck construction, ergonomic shape, intuitive controls, and soft touch fabric finish provide a hands-free and ears-free audio experience unlike any you've ever had before. Whether you want to give your VR experience a boost with immersive audio, watch a video, add music to your daily activities around the house or take a conference call, the JBL Soundgear BTA provides you with an exciting, pervasive sound experience with total freedom and comfort.

BTA, Wireless Audio Transmitter
Enables a convenient Bluetooth® connection to the TV to better immerse yourself in a movie. Enjoy a synchronized audio experience as a result of AptX low latency. Using either input optical or auxiliary audio available makes your Soundgear compatible with most TVs.
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Created 05-18-2019 at 03:50 PM by lewis502
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I was skeptical of these types of 'headphones' but did some research and these actually seem legit. I have a young daughter and often times can't really enjoy movies, TV, music when she's sleeping but also don't want to use in-ear or over-ear headphones while she's sleeping.

Some helpful info if you're interested:
  • Jim's Review Room YouTube review [youtube.com] - helpful overview
  • Another YouTube review [youtube.com] where you can hear what it sounds like (and compares to Bose Soundware
  • They have the regular or JBL with BTA. BTA, Wireless Audio Transmitter Enables a convenient Bluetooth® connection to the TV to better immerse yourself in a movie. Enjoy a synchronized audio experience as a result of AptX low latency. Using either input optical or auxiliary audio available makes your Soundgear compatible with most TVs.
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Interesting concept. Ratings are inconsistent. Seems like a downgrade from wireless headphones, so I don't see the point.
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