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Color Options:Key Features:
  • GO Air POP features 8+ hours of playtime in each earbud and 24+ extra hours from the charging case (32+ hours total).
  • Return to the case to recharge the buds, and use the integrated USB cable to charge the case.
  • Use either earbud independently or use both together.
  • A built-in MEMS microphone in each bud ensures clear calls.
  • With just a few taps via touch sensors, you can choose your sound preference: JLab Signature, Balanced and Bass Boost modes – without an app. Hear the difference at jlab.com/EQ.
  • Enjoy volume and track controls, plus play/pause, answering calls and activating your smart assistant with the touch control functions.
  • Sweat and splashproof with an IPX4 water resistance rating

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raj98207 asked this question on 11-19-2021 at 10:49 AM
11-19-2021 at 10:49 AM
I dont think these have a microphone - theyre only for listening.
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11-19-2021 at 11:26 AM
Yes, thye have built-in MEMS microphone in each bud ensures clear calls.
magiccdeal123 asked this question on 11-19-2021 at 10:47 AM
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11-19-2021 at 11:26 AM
Pretty good reviews on amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Bluetooth-Charging-Resistance-Connection/dp/B0866C659Q?th=1
Blueridge77 asked this question on 11-19-2021 at 10:21 AM
11-20-2021 at 07:05 PM
Haven't checked the mic quality but there are no audio sync issues while watching videos.. Audio quality is amazing for the price.. Overall I am pretty happy with the product....
Ravi00 asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 12:59 PM
11-30-2021 at 12:59 PM
I just picked few in local store.
Mic and reception is good.
RikiI asked this question on 11-24-2021 at 10:42 AM
12-08-2021 at 09:14 PM
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damnrebates asked this question on 11-22-2021 at 07:00 PM

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Same price November 1st and hit front page then.

https://slickdeals.net/f/15369463-jlab-go-air-pop-true-wireless-in-ear-bluetooth-headphones-12-99-reg-19-99-best-buy?src=SiteSearch

I bought 4 pairs (black/slate/lilac/rose) as I was planning on finding the color I like the most and keeping it then giving the rest to the family. I landed on the rose color for myself as it is a deep red and I like it.

Easily worth $13. Battery lasts a very long time. Sound quality for music is very good. Stays in the ear just fine. The tips that come with it are very comfortable as well and I don't have issue keeping them in for long periods of time.

Only negative I have found is it very hard to actually get them out of the case as they are a bit slippery and the magnet is a bit too strong inside. I have not tested for microphone quality.

This was my first experience with JLab. In contrast I have the Jabra 65T Evolve (which I find to be uncomfortable wearing for long periods of time), the Jabra 75T Elite (which is also not as comfortable with the stock earbud tips as these JLab tips), and cheap monoprice buds. I replaced the stock tips on the Jabra 75T Elite with SpinFit CP1025 tips, which I have found to be much more comfortable, however at the expense of the earbuds falling out of my ears now.

Additionally, there is a JLab app you can download that is completely unnecessary. There is a link to a burn in sound that supposedly stretches the membranes inside the buds to have a better sound quality, but it really doesn't do anything detectable. If you do do it, make sure you are not wearing the earbuds as it will easily hurt your ears.
Agreed. I bought two pairs from the last deal, and they are well worth $13.

I also found them to be a real pain to take out of the case, because they are small, slippery and the magnet is pretty strong. I discovered that it's easier if you push on the earbud from the side. That will lift it a little, and then it becomes easier to pull out. Attached a pic of where to push.
Summary: The Go Air Pop has longer battery life, is smaller and weighs less. Not sure why the Go Air costs more based on that. Perhaps because the speaker driver in these is 6mm and the Go Air they are 8mm? I'm not sure if that translates to better sound, but I believe the sound in these is great anyways. The case is different on the Go Air as well.

Overall, I like that these are 3.8g each instead of 5g each (lighter) and batter lasts longer. I'd go with these.

Details:

Here is the Go Air Pop:
https://www.jlab.com/collections/...ss-earbuds

AUDIO
Speaker: Φ6mm Dynamic driver
Output: 103+/-3dB
Microphone: MEMS -42dB+/-3dB
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
Impedance: 16Ω
BATTERY
Battery Life: 8+ hours in each earbud
Total Playtime: 32+ hours total
Standby: 60+ hours
Input Power: 31mA
Earbud Battery: 43mAh lithium polymer
Earbud Charge Time: 2.2 hours (in case)
Charging Case Battery: 350mAh lithium polymer rechargeable
Case Charge Time: 2 Hours
Charge Plug: Type-A
BLUETOOTH
Version: Bluetooth 5.1
Range: 30+ ft.
Protocols: HSP / HFP / A2DP /AVRCP
Codecs: SBC / AAC
GENERAL
Weight: 35.4g (earbuds + case), 3.7g per earbud, 27.5g charging case
IP Rating: IPX4 (earbuds only)
Warranty: 2 year warranty

Here is the Go Air:
https://www.jlab.com/collections/...ss-earbuds
AUDIO
Speaker: Φ8mm Dynamic, Neodymium Magnet, 20Hz-20kHz, 32 Ω
Output: 103±3db
Microphone: Both Ears, MEMS, - 38dB±3dB
BATTERY
Battery Life: 5 hours in each earbud
Input Power: DC 5V, 50mA
Earbud Battery: 43mAh lithium polymer
Earbud Charge Time: 1.5 Hours
Rapid Charge: 15 min charging = 1 hour playtime
Charging Case Battery: 370mAh lithium polymer rechargeable
Case Charge Time: 2 Hours
BLUETOOTH
Version: Bluetooth 5
Range: 30+ ft.
GENERAL
Weight: 5g per earbud, 50g charging case
IP Rating: IP44
Warranty: 2 year warranty

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Same price November 1st and hit front page then.

https://slickdeals.net/f/15369463-jlab-go-air-pop-true-wireless-in-ear-bluetooth-headphones-12-99-reg-19-99-best-buy?src=SiteSearch

I bought 4 pairs (black/slate/lilac/rose) as I was planning on finding the color I like the most and keeping it then giving the rest to the family. I landed on the rose color for myself as it is a deep red and I like it.

Easily worth $13. Battery lasts a very long time. Sound quality for music is very good. Stays in the ear just fine. The tips that come with it are very comfortable as well and I don't have issue keeping them in for long periods of time.

Only negative I have found is it very hard to actually get them out of the case as they are a bit slippery and the magnet is a bit too strong inside. I have not tested for microphone quality.

This was my first experience with JLab. In contrast I have the Jabra 65T Evolve (which I find to be uncomfortable wearing for long periods of time), the Jabra 75T Elite (which is also not as comfortable with the stock earbud tips as these JLab tips), and cheap monoprice buds. I replaced the stock tips on the Jabra 75T Elite with SpinFit CP1025 tips, which I have found to be much more comfortable, however at the expense of the earbuds falling out of my ears now.

Additionally, there is a JLab app you can download that is completely unnecessary. There is a link to a burn in sound that supposedly stretches the membranes inside the buds to have a better sound quality, but it really doesn't do anything detectable. If you do do it, make sure you are not wearing the earbuds as it will easily hurt your ears.
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Quote from gtprojectx :
Same price November 1st and hit front page then.

https://slickdeals.net/f/15369463-jlab-go-air-pop-true-wireless-in-ear-bluetooth-headphones-12-99-reg-19-99-best-buy?src=SiteSearch

I bought 4 pairs (black/slate/lilac/rose) as I was planning on finding the color I like the most and keeping it then giving the rest to the family. I landed on the rose color for myself as it is a deep red and I like it.

Easily worth $13. Battery lasts a very long time. Sound quality for music is very good. Stays in the ear just fine. The tips that come with it are very comfortable as well and I don't have issue keeping them in for long periods of time.

Only negative I have found is it very hard to actually get them out of the case as they are a bit slippery and the magnet is a bit too strong inside. I have not tested for microphone quality.

This was my first experience with JLab. In contrast I have the Jabra 65T Evolve (which I find to be uncomfortable wearing for long periods of time), the Jabra 75T Elite (which is also not as comfortable with the stock earbud tips as these JLab tips), and cheap monoprice buds. I replaced the stock tips on the Jabra 75T Elite with SpinFit CP1025 tips, which I have found to be much more comfortable, however at the expense of the earbuds falling out of my ears now.

Additionally, there is a JLab app you can download that is completely unnecessary. There is a link to a burn in sound that supposedly stretches the membranes inside the buds to have a better sound quality, but it really doesn't do anything detectable. If you do do it, make sure you are not wearing the earbuds as it will easily hurt your ears.
Thank you for your review. Ordered two. Happy Friday.
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Can these work for conference calls, I mean microphone quality??
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Looking something to replace my wire headfonens for zoom/conference call! How is the mic quality in a semi noisy room?
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Quote from gtprojectx :
Same price November 1st and hit front page then.

https://slickdeals.net/f/15369463-jlab-go-air-pop-true-wireless-in-ear-bluetooth-headphones-12-99-reg-19-99-best-buy?src=SiteSearch

I bought 4 pairs (black/slate/lilac/rose) as I was planning on finding the color I like the most and keeping it then giving the rest to the family. I landed on the rose color for myself as it is a deep red and I like it.

Easily worth $13. Battery lasts a very long time. Sound quality for music is very good. Stays in the ear just fine. The tips that come with it are very comfortable as well and I don't have issue keeping them in for long periods of time.

Only negative I have found is it very hard to actually get them out of the case as they are a bit slippery and the magnet is a bit too strong inside. I have not tested for microphone quality.

This was my first experience with JLab. In contrast I have the Jabra 65T Evolve (which I find to be uncomfortable wearing for long periods of time), the Jabra 75T Elite (which is also not as comfortable with the stock earbud tips as these JLab tips), and cheap monoprice buds. I replaced the stock tips on the Jabra 75T Elite with SpinFit CP1025 tips, which I have found to be much more comfortable, however at the expense of the earbuds falling out of my ears now.

Additionally, there is a JLab app you can download that is completely unnecessary. There is a link to a burn in sound that supposedly stretches the membranes inside the buds to have a better sound quality, but it really doesn't do anything detectable. If you do do it, make sure you are not wearing the earbuds as it will easily hurt your ears.
Thanks for the review, in for 1
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Better than Bose ones.
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I dont think these have a microphone - theyre only for listening.
According to the description they have a mic in each bud.
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I'm also curious about the mic quality, but also the audio sync when viewing video and the mic sync when on a video conference. Does it lag/delay? TIA.

For this price, I went ahead and ordered 7 pairs. 2 for my family and 5 more as gifts… ordered them as 2 then another order of 5, one of each color, as gifts… $13 for each of them. (I was curious if there was a limit…)
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I dont think these have a microphone - theyre only for listening.
Wrong.
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Same price November 1st and hit front page then.

https://slickdeals.net/f/15369463-jlab-go-air-pop-true-wireless-in-ear-bluetooth-headphones-12-99-re...

I bought 4 pairs (black/slate/lilac/rose) as I was planning on finding the color I like the most and keeping it then giving the rest to the family. I landed on the rose color for myself as it is a deep red and I like it.

Easily worth $13. Battery lasts a very long time. Sound quality for music is very good. Stays in the ear just fine. The tips that come with it are very comfortable as well and I don't have issue keeping them in for long periods of time.

Only negative I have found is it very hard to actually get them out of the case as they are a bit slippery and the magnet is a bit too strong inside. I have not tested for microphone quality.

This was my first experience with JLab. In contrast I have the Jabra 65T Evolve (which I find to be uncomfortable wearing for long periods of time), the Jabra 75T Elite (which is also not as comfortable with the stock earbud tips as these JLab tips), and cheap monoprice buds. I replaced the stock tips on the Jabra 75T Elite with SpinFit CP1025 tips, which I have found to be much more comfortable, however at the expense of the earbuds falling out of my ears now.

Additionally, there is a JLab app you can download that is completely unnecessary. There is a link to a burn in sound that supposedly stretches the membranes inside the buds to have a better sound quality, but it really doesn't do anything detectable. If you do do it, make sure you are not wearing the earbuds as it will easily hurt your ears.
Agreed. I bought two pairs from the last deal, and they are well worth $13.

I also found them to be a real pain to take out of the case, because they are small, slippery and the magnet is pretty strong. I discovered that it's easier if you push on the earbud from the side. That will lift it a little, and then it becomes easier to pull out. Attached a pic of where to push.


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Better than Bose ones.
youz trollin
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