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JLab takes its first stab at higher-end headphones, also announces new earbuds
- JLab is introducing two new audio products to its lineup.
- The JBuds Lux ANC Wireless Headphones is the company’s first try at higher-end headphones.
- JLab is also introducing the third installment of the JBuds ANC.
CES 2024 is only a few days away at this point, but that isn’t stopping JLabs from announcing two new audio products in its collection. One is the third iteration in the JBuds line and the other is a first for the company.
Today, headphone and earbud maker JLab announced the JBuds Lux ANC Wireless Headphones and JBuds ANC 3 True Wireless Earbuds. Both products are expected to make an appearance at CES this year.
JBuds Lux ANC Wireless Headphones
Starting with the headphones, JLab claims the JBuds Lux is its first foray into the higher-end market. As a result, the headphones come packed with a variety of features. These features include better sound quality, active noise canceling, spatial audio support, and Bluetooth multipoint and LE audio capabilities.
In regards to the sound quality, these headphones use 40mm drivers. JLabs claims that these drivers are capable of producing a 20—20 kHz frequency response with very low distortion for high-fidelity sound. These headphones will also filter out external noises for music playback and phone calls.
In addition, JLabs says owners will be able to customize their listening experience through the JLab app. This will allow you to use features like Safe Hearing Mode and the equalizer.
JBuds ANC 3 True Wireless Earbuds
As for the earbuds, the JBuds ANC 3 has a few improvements over its predecessor. In addition to active noise cancelation, these earbuds are said to offer 42 hours of battery life, Bluetooth multipoint connectivity, a water and dust resistance rating of IP55, and support for the JLab app.
One notable feature these earbuds will have is a low-latency mode made especially for watching movies. The Movie Mode reportedly enables flawless synchronization between the audio source and the earbuds for reduced lag.
JLab’s new headphones are available now for $79.99 ($79.99 at JLab Audio) in four different colorways: cloud white, graphite, sage, and mauve. Cloud white, graphite, and sage will ship in Feburary, while mauve will ship by mid-March.
The earbuds are also available right now for $59.99, but they are only available in black. When you purchase the earbuds, you’ll get a two-year warranty, USB-C charging case, three soft gel tips, and a set of Cloud foam tips.