JLab is known for making very affordable headphones and earbuds that also offer good sound quality and features. But today, the company has decided to try its hand at satisfying a more upscale buyer – its JLab Epic Lab Edition is its first wireless earbuds to promise hi-res audio, as well as the use of a hybrid dual-driver architecture. Its the first earbud to do so. advance order
First order shipped after about 12 days.
The $199 Epic Lab Edition uses a dynamic driver as well as a Knowles Balanced Armature Driver and is one of the first wireless earbuds to be tuned using the Knowles Preferred Listening Response Curve – a sound signature that places more emphasis on increased treble gives, something that Knowles claims is appreciated by listeners of various age groups and hearing abilities.
Any Android user will be able to take advantage of high-resolution audio on the Epic Lab Edition, as long as they have access to a source of high-resolution music – the earbuds use Sony’s LDAC Bluetooth codec, which has been included with Android since version 8. Has been done Of software.
The earbuds are also compatible with the new Bluetooth LE Audio specification, which can provide low latency audio for gaming applications. Most smartphones and computers aren’t ready to deliver LE Audio natively yet, so JLab has included an LE Audio USB-C dongle inside the charging case of the Epic Lab Edition, so you can enjoy the benefits of LE Audio right away. Can enjoy.
In typical JLab fashion, the Epic Lab edition includes several additional features:
- wireless charging
- bluetooth multipoint
- Claimed 13+ hours of playtime per charge and 56+ hours total when you include the case
- IP55 protection against dust, sweat and water
- Smart active noise cancellation (ANC) that can be tuned using the JLab app