Can JayBird Vista Bring JayBird Back To The True Wireless Competition

Jaybird would be a winner with their Jaybird X lines – sports Bluetooth earbuds with a short cable.

But entering TWS is tough and they failed in many categories such as Bluetooth stability, battery life, fit and comfort.

This time they come up with the Jaybird Vista, things are getting better Run and Run XT were gone somewhere on the market.

The new Jaybird TWS also come with USB-C for charging.

The new JBS1 processor ensures the connection, and it has a function that can two pair with your phones simultaneously and independently. So you can use either of them and don’t care about which is primary.

As sports earbuds IPX7 rating the Vista still feature wing tips which help keep earbuds stay put. I don’t say it is the lightest, weighed 6 grams each, it fit securely.

6 hours of battery is not that impressive given the average for TWS is 5 or 6 hours. So is the quick charging feature, five min of charging only provides 1 hour of listening.

Jaybird Vista can be a standard set of TWS earbuds for sports like 1More Stylish, but more interesting it is about the sound which Sony WF-1000XM3 top the competition for now. That’s complicated for head-to-head comparison but Sony sounded slightly better in bass department.

While listening to music if you get an important call the Vista would be good for calls, but it is not great. To get business-grade call quality get a Bluetooth headset instead.

I found Airpods and Sony WF-1000XM3 perform better for calls.


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