JLab Audio, today announces the UK launch of the Epic Air Elite True Wireless Sport Earbuds. The next generation of its top seller, the Epic Air Elite feature auto on and connect right out of the charging case with a stronger Class 1 Bluetooth 5 true wireless connection.

Intuitive touch controls on the earbuds allow users to control their music as well as change the EQ sound settings between three different options: Signature, Balanced, or Bass Boost.  An improved custom earhook design, with a thinner feel. For a secure in-ear fit and optimal sound, seven different gel ear tips plus one Cloud Foam™ tip are provided. There are two built-in microphones allowing calls to be taken or activate voice assistants. They have a six hour battery life and an extra 32 in the charging case. 

Updates included in the 2nd Generation Epic Air Elite:

  • Charging case power increased to 2600 (from 2200 in 1stgeneration)
  • Upgraded Class 1 Bluetooth 5 connection for stronger and more stable earbud-to-earbud and earbud-to-device connections.
  • New Be Aware Audio allows natural ambient noise in to hear your surroundings. You can turn this on or off when needed.
  • Custom EQ3 Sound allows you to choose between three sounds for your preferred tune: Signature, Balanced, or Bass Boost.

The JLab Epic Air Elite True Wireless Sports Earbuds are available for £149.99



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