Need a good pair of true wireless earbuds? The Jlab Audio Epic Air true wireless earbuds have dropped to $49.99 at Best Buy. This is one of Best Buy’s deals of the day, so the price is unique and set to expire by the end of the day. Grab a pair while you can because these earbuds generally go for $100 at other retailers including Amazon and Target. This is a huge discount that we’ve only ever seen on the Sport version, but even those earbuds are going for $100 right now.
Jlab Audio Epic Air true wireless earbuds with active noise-cancelling
These earbuds have 12 hours of playtime with an additional 36 hours from the charging case. They have Bluetooth 5 tech, smart active noise control with three ANC modes, and an infrared sensor that can pause automatically when you remove the earbuds.
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The JLab Audio earbuds have a very long battery life, which is important for earbuds with both Bluetooth and active noise-cancelling. If you use both features, you’ll still get plenty of time to listen to all the music you want to listen to. The earbuds will last for up to 12 hours when both are active. You can bump that to over 15 by not using the ANC. Either way, you get another 36 hours worth of charge from the included case, which means you can stay out and on the move without having to plug into a wall for a very long time with these earbuds.
The active noise-cancelling includes three different modes (on, off, and Be Aware). Be Aware will let outside onises pass through when you need to make sure you hear things like traffic or an arriving train or the plane coming up behind you cause you wondered onto the tarmac while jamming. The ANC works by using the four built-in microphones to analyze the noise around you and eliminate whatever is unwanted.
The case charges via USB-A, but you can also use a Qi-certified wireless charging pad to charge it as well. The earbuds include sensors in each ear that can detect when you are wearing them. They will pause the music when you remove them and immediately continue where they left off when you put them back in.
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This post was written by John Levite and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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