Jaybird Tarah review

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  • Jaybird Tarah

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) -
Release date -
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Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Macworld

For the price, the base model is ‘good enough’

from Macworld

If you don’t have a problem finding earphones that fit well and can live with a few fewer hours of battery life, there’s little reason to pay for Jaybird’s more expensive X4; the Jaybird Tarah will serve you well. They sound great, offer exceptional protection against liquid damage and look great.

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If you don’t have a problem finding earphones that fit well and can live with a few fewer hours of battery life, there’s little reason to pay for Jaybird’s more expensive X4; the Jaybird Tarah will serve you well. They sound great, offer exceptional protection against liquid damage and look great.

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TechRadar

Strong sound in a basic package

from TechRadar

The Jaybird Tarah earphones are capable and well-made running earphones, even if they lack some of the fancier features of more premium Jaybird products.

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The Jaybird Tarah earphones are capable and well-made running earphones, even if they lack some of the fancier features of more premium Jaybird products.

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Forbes

Good versatile sports headphones under $100

The Jaybird Tarah are great wireless sports headphones, versatile enough for everyday casual use. Their compact in-ear design makes them portable enough to always have them around in your pockets and they have a stable fit suitable for most exercises and workout routines. They barely leak, block...More

The Jaybird Tarah are great wireless sports headphones, versatile enough for everyday casual use. Their compact in-ear design makes them portable enough to always have them around in your pockets and they have a stable fit suitable for most exercises and workout routines. They barely leak, block enough noise for most commutes, and are IPX7 rated headphones with a good build quality and performance for their price.

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Cnet

A very good wireless sports headphone

from Cnet

While the Tarah Pro may sound slightly richer, I actually got a better fit from the Tarah and liked its sound better as a result. With decent clarity and meaty enough bass, the Tarah's sound should satisfy most runners and gym users. It works just fine as an everyday headphone.

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While the Tarah Pro may sound slightly richer, I actually got a better fit from the Tarah and liked its sound better as a result. With decent clarity and meaty enough bass, the Tarah's sound should satisfy most runners and gym users. It works just fine as an everyday headphone.

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TrustedReviews

One of the best value running headphones money can buy

from TrustedReviews

If you’re a casual music-listener who’s looking for an affordable pair of wireless in-ears for the gym, you’ll struggle to do better than the Jaybird Tarah. The headphones offer the robust fit for which Jaybird is well known, and couple this with a rugged sweat-proof design that will happily survive the odd run in the rain.

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If you’re a casual music-listener who’s looking for an affordable pair of wireless in-ears for the gym, you’ll struggle to do better than the Jaybird Tarah. The headphones offer the robust fit for which Jaybird is well known, and couple this with a rugged sweat-proof design that will happily survive the odd run in the rain.

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RTINGS

Great wireless sports in-ears

from RTINGS

The Jaybird Tarah are great wireless sports in-ears that are versatile enough for everyday casual use. They are very similar to the Jaybird X4 but are slightly cheaper. They isolate a decent amount of noise and have a similar sound signature to the X4, with a bit less bass. They are comfortable a...More

The Jaybird Tarah are great wireless sports in-ears that are versatile enough for everyday casual use. They are very similar to the Jaybird X4 but are slightly cheaper. They isolate a decent amount of noise and have a similar sound signature to the X4, with a bit less bass. They are comfortable and stable for most sports. On the upside, the Tarah are also compatible with the MySound app for sound customization.

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Phone Scoop

Seriously good headphones

from Phone Scoop

If you're looking for a really good pair of sport-style earbuds, these should be at the top of your list. The only true drawback as far as I am concerned is battery life. I'd prefer these got closer to 8 hours, but ~6 hours isn't terrible. More importantly, they're simple to use and deliver a gre...More

If you're looking for a really good pair of sport-style earbuds, these should be at the top of your list. The only true drawback as far as I am concerned is battery life. I'd prefer these got closer to 8 hours, but ~6 hours isn't terrible. More importantly, they're simple to use and deliver a great music listening experience whether your trying to forget the world or charge vigorously through it.

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The Gadgeteer

Great sound quality, comfortable to wear

from The Gadgeteer

The MySound app (when it works) is the reason I enjoy using them because I can create and select my own equalizer preset(s) and save it directly to the earbuds. The headphones’ music controls work well when using several different apps on my devices (although not on Amazon Prime Video), the Blu...More

The MySound app (when it works) is the reason I enjoy using them because I can create and select my own equalizer preset(s) and save it directly to the earbuds. The headphones’ music controls work well when using several different apps on my devices (although not on Amazon Prime Video), the Bluetooth range and connectivity are fantastic, and the charging time was pretty fast (about one hour and forty minutes to fully charge). They were also comfortable to wear for up to two hours or so and stayed in my ears very well while doing high impact workouts.

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Apple Insider

The best budget option on the market

from Apple Insider

If you're a marathon runner or at the gym four-plus days a week, you may be better served by something with a more powerful battery. It's no fun charging multiple times per week, especially since people sometimes remember right before they're headed out the door.  Assuming you can live with that...More

If you're a marathon runner or at the gym four-plus days a week, you may be better served by something with a more powerful battery. It's no fun charging multiple times per week, especially since people sometimes remember right before they're headed out the door.  Assuming you can live with that though, the Tarah may be perfect, especially since they're a whole lot cheaper than anything Apple makes.

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Sound Guys

Aimed at anyone looking for a pair of workout buds

from Sound Guys

Though the Jaybird X4 is the better wireless earbuds, it's hard to knock the Tarah's. They offer most of what makes the X4 special, for less money. Unless the few subtle differences between the two are complete deal breakers for you, it's hard to recommend the X4 earbuds over the newer Tarah.

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Though the Jaybird X4 is the better wireless earbuds, it's hard to knock the Tarah's. They offer most of what makes the X4 special, for less money. Unless the few subtle differences between the two are complete deal breakers for you, it's hard to recommend the X4 earbuds over the newer Tarah.

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