Sports To Music
Overall
77.4%
77.4%
  • Design - 80%
    80%
  • Sound - 85%
    85%
  • Price - 61%
    61%
  • Battery - 80%
    80%
  • Connectivity - 81%
    81%

Summary

So, Endurance PEAK is suitable for the tasks for which they were created: sports training and just active entertainment. The case is comfortable, but too big – it certainly won’t fit into summer trousers or even more so a shirt pocket. Although it is not necessary to enjoy symphonic music with this model, the sound quality is generally good. And, of course, they stay in the ear just fine.

Another model in the JBL Endurance range in addition to the Sprint and Dive swim runners. What will surprise us this time?

Elegant, with a laconic design and pleasant flowing lines. You will never find such epithets in the description of the JBL Endurance PEAK sports wireless headphones. They are strict and even rude – like the sport itself. But this is their main “trick”. 

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More precisely, on the ears – they practically do not fit into the auricle. Therefore, when trying to run (even in the usual urban rhythm), they strive to fly off. For those who often listen to music during exercise or running, these are not suitable. But our today’s heroes, JBL Endurance PEAK, were specially created for this. 

JBL Endurance Peak Headphone Review: Hold on securely

This model holds perfectly three structural elements. The first is, of course, the silicone earpads themselves. The second is an elastic “disc” that is inserted into the auricle. As a safety option – behind the ear arch. As a result, even if you really want to, you will not be able to reset the headphones. Moreover, it is very important to learn how to put them on correctly.

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The ideal way is indicated in the instruction manual: you need to orient the earphone in a certain way, insert it into the ear canal, and then turn it a little, as if screwing it in. Then the same disc will take the correct position, and the device will be well fixed. 

JBL Endurance Peak Headphone Review: Water-Resistant

Like most sports gadgets, the JBL Endurance PEAK is water-resistant. The IPX7 degree of protection allows short-term immersion in water to a depth of a meter. That is, of course, you cannot swim in the pool, but it’s not scary to get caught in the rain. Please note that you must completely dry the earbuds before stowing them in the case. 

By the way, about the case. Look at it – it does not resemble an elegant miniature box that can be easily hidden in any pocket, but rather a small army ammunition box.

The battery in the headphones lasts for 4 hours of continuous operation. The battery in the case allows you to recharge the devices 5 or 6 more times. If you do not take into account the charging time (which is 2 hours), we can say that you can listen to music day and night. By the way, if the “ears” are suddenly discharged, it is enough to put them in their sockets for 10 minutes, and an hour of work is guaranteed. 

Connecting devices via Bluetooth is simple: just take them out of the case and traditionally find them from your smartphone. The ear hooks also play the role of a switch: when they are attached to the headphone case (there is a small magnet there), the devices are turned off. 

There are no physical buttons on the headphones – they would add water resistance problems. But there is a touchscreen on the right side.

Everything is simple with her: one click to set ...

Everything is simple with it: one-click pauses and starts playback, double – switches the track forward, triple – backward. The only problem is when you want to adjust the earpiece in your ear, you often touch the button and pause. The same touch button is used to adjust the volume – just swipe up or down with your finger. 

Although JBL remains one of the authorities among the manufacturers of musical equipment, Endurance PEAKs are still tailored for athletes and not music lovers. There is no AptX support here. The bass is often lacking – the same Tune 120TWS sounds better, although they are even more compact. As for the use of headphones for telephone conversations, if there are no problems in a closed room, the interlocutors often complained about the abundance of noise on the street. 

JBL Endurance Peak Headphone Review: Conclusion

So, Endurance PEAK is suitable for the tasks for which they were created: sports training and just active entertainment. The case is comfortable, but too big – it certainly won’t fit into summer trousers or even more so a shirt pocket. Although it is not necessary to enjoy symphonic music with this model, the sound quality is generally good. And, of course, they stay in the ear just fine. 

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