by David Wright | Last Updated on July 9, 2019
Jaybird X4 headphones can be a great choice if you’re looking for wireless earbuds for running, fitness, and sports. The perfect fit-in technology ensures that you can play any game without worrying about your headphones getting lose.
Unlike some expensive models that still have low battery life, Jaybird X4 provides up to 8 hours of playing time. And it takes only 2 hours for a complete charge.
To ensure that you do not miss out your regular activities, these classy earphones are sweat and waterproof. Their high rating protection level (IPx7) helps them to perform seamlessly in any weather conditions. So, even if there is heavy rain outside, you can go “swimming” with your earphones on.
Since the Jaybird X4 earbuds are designed in accordance with the needs of a sportsman, thus the design runs over your ear. This idea ensures that they fit perfectly and won’t fall even during rigorous exercise. Besides being sport-specific fit, you can use them casually or in a more relaxed environment.
Fit-In technology also helps to achieve high-quality sound. You can fully experience the different basses of modern song genres. The headphones will provide you with zero distortion of sound quality. You will not miss out even a single beat of a song because of its EQ uncompromising sound.
The ability to customize your Jaybird X4 makes them even better. You just need to install the Jaybird Sound app and enjoy the premium sound with custom EQ settings. It also has an impressive response bandwidth from 20Hz to 20kHz.
X4 is compatible with a wide variety of devices, including Android Smartphones and iPhones. You can also enjoy these earphones with your iPods and iPads.
The interchangeable tips enhance durability and conform to almost everyone’s ear canals individually to provide comfort and secure fit. The thermo-reactive tips further improve the longevity of the headphones.
On top of all the features, the sleek black color of Jaybird X4 makes these headphones stand out from the crowd. Of course, the design is sometimes a pretty subjective thing. But I do like the look of X4 earbuds.