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Jaybird X2 Sport - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives
Jaybird X2 Sport
Jaybird X2 headphones are great for those who want to exercise while listening to their favorite music. These in-ear Bluetooth headphones come with three sets of silicon ear tips so that you will be able to find the size that will fit great and stay in place during any kind of physical activity. it also comes with a micro USB cable for charging.
The Jaybird X2's have 6mm drivers with 20-20.000 Hz frequency response, 12mW RMS output, and claim to cause less than 5% of total harmonic distortion from the original music file. They also have an integrated MEMS omnidirectional microphone for hands-free calls .
To control the headphones, the buttons are directly on the cord for switching tracks, taking calls, increasing and decreasing volume, pairing with your device, and power on/off. You can listen to your favorite music up to 8 hours without the battery dying and the LED light indicator will show you when the headphones are fully charged, which takes about 2 hours. The headphones are sweatproof and durable, making them perfect to take to them gym or wear while running.
Jaybird X2 Sport are a very popular option at the top of the price range. They're in the top 3 bestselling bluetooth headphones and have dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Plantronics Voyager 5200 or Sowak S3 .
Jaybird X2 Sport were released in 2015. We don't know any bluetooth headphones that are newer on the market.
Jaybird X2 Sport are $64 more expensive than the average bluetooth headphones ($35.99).
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