For the JEET brand, I believe that everyone in the digital circle should know it. In the past two years, a bluetooth headphones that became popular with “ugliness” made the JEET brand popular all over the country. Of course, non-fashion still has to rely on strength to speak, this time I was fortunate to get the trial opportunity of JEET Air Plus true wireless bluetooth headphones.
This headphones is actually not a new product of JEET, but since it comes to strength, I have to talk about its configuration first. JEET Air Plus true wireless bluetooth headphones uses Qualcomm QCC3020 bluetooth 5.0 chip, supports APTX, AAC audio decoding, Knowles microphone + CVC noise reduction technology, which is also a mainstream configuration at the moment. In particular, the JEET Air Plus headphones also supports mobile APP, which has been continuously adjusted after firmware upgrades, and has also added a lot of playability than before.
The headphones I got this time is black, and its packaging box is also black from the outside to the inside. This unassuming design is also the main style of JEET headphones. The charging case of the earphone is designed with a pull-out strip, which can be easily taken out of the box. Hope some manufacturers can learn from this. In addition, the earmuffs included with the headphones are also packaged separately according to their size. The performance of these details can also be seen by the manufacturer’s intentions.
The design style of the charging case is somewhat similar to that of the headphones. Both are designed with high-gloss edges and frosted. The overall upper cover of the charging case is high-gloss processing, and the edges and corners formed by the top 3 cut surfaces are also experienced in the appearance of the headphones. However, dust and fingerprints are also inevitable on the JEET Air Plus earphones under the black highlights.
The charging case has a battery capacity of 400mAh and uses a TYPE-C interface. However, the interface is located at the bottom of the charging case, and the charging case can only be charged when it is lying down. It is recommended that the manufacturer can add the wireless charging function to the charging case, so that it is more convenient to charge at any time. Of course, the battery life of the headphones is still very good, and the time I experienced was about 30 hours.
In addition to the angular shape of the surface of the earphone, the crescent design at the ear is also the highlight of this earphone. Because the size of the JEET Air Plus earbuds is relatively small, it is this “crescent” that plays a key role in the stability of the wearing when wearing it. The details will be described later in the actual wearing experience. In addition, the eartips of the earphones are all-inclusive design, but the charging contacts are leaked out. When worn in winter, the eartips are soft silicone eartips that touch the ears, which will not feel cold.
However, when the headphones is first used, pairing with the mobile phone needs to be completed through the pairing button on the back of the charging case. For me who never read the manual, I thought there was a problem with the headphones.
Before use, it is best to upgrade the firmware through the mobile APP. The latest firmware version not only optimizes the delay of the headphones, but also supports the setting of the tapping force in the mobile APP, which can be set according to your preference to avoid bad experience caused by false touch or sensitivity problems.
In addition, you can customize the function of double-tap control in the mobile APP, but the headphones does not support single-click or long-press operations. To achieve more control of the headphones, you can only do it through the voice assistant. At the same time, the choice of sound effect styles is also supported in the mobile APP, but I still prefer the original sound effect without rendering.
In terms of wearing the JEET Air Plus earphones, the crescent-shaped design used is mentioned above. One thing to pay attention to when wearing is to rotate the “crescent” into the inner side of the auricle, which can play a supporting effect. It is very stable to wear.
Through the actual test experience, in addition to the excellent comfort of the JEET Air Plus headphones, the headphones did not fall off during the exercise and head shaking test experience. From these alone, it can be seen that the headphones performs very well in terms of wearing. Of course, I also like the appearance of the headphones. Although black is easy to contaminate fingerprints, this is the shortcoming of most headphones. I won’t comment on it here.
In terms of sound quality, this time I also tested it with a few familiar music. Under the default effect of the headphones, the three frequencies are more balanced, and there is no distortion in the transition of high, medium and bass. The restoration of the human voice in the music and the detailed processing of the music are also acceptable. Of course, if you like heavy bass or classical music, you can select the corresponding sound effects through the mobile APP, which is also a good highlight of this headphones.
I am quite satisfied with the overall performance of the JEET Air Plus true wireless bluetooth headphones, especially with the support of the mobile phone APP, which can continuously improve the playability of the headphones through firmware upgrades. However, I also hope that manufacturers can upgrade the headphones accessories. For example, a charging case that supports wireless charging, or a protective cover that can suppress fingerprints, makes this headphones more complete.
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