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Groov-e Jazz Buds – Review

Groove, is one of the UK’s leading technology brands and has added another set of true wireless earbuds to its range, the Jazz Buds. With up to 25 hours of playtime, these buds come with a clear price tag of £29.99 from Tesco or www.groov-e.co.uk and we have a set in for a full review.

Specifications:-

Bluetooth 5.0 Bluetooth profiles A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP. (which may mean something to some people) Wireless range of 10m Battery 2X 25mAh Play music (continuous) 4 hours for 1 hour charge. Standby time 100 hours Speaker frequency 20-20Khz Speaker sensitivity 107dB +/- 3dB LED indicator. Charging capacity of the housing 400 mA Charging time for the housing 1.5 hours LED display of the housing.

Good points :-

Price. Extremely lightweight. You don’t know you’re wearing them. Good sound quality. Price. Assistant trigger. Do not block the ear canal. USB-C port for the charging case.

Bad points :-

False button press when in and out. Bass is missing. Sometimes it felt like they were about to fall out.

In use :-

Let me start by saying I’m one of those people who can’t stand the feeling that there’s something in my ear canal, that awful feeling of being plugged up, so when I’m not using my Bose QCs, my favorite earbuds are my Galaxy- buttons live. So when groove reached out to me and asked me to review the company’s new wireless earbuds, the Jazz Buds, I agreed to give them a shot.

The first thing you noticed when you took the earbuds out of the box is that they look remarkably similar to another company’s aire earbuds. With a modern yet ergonomic design the Jazz Buds are comfortable to wear for extended periods of time and had they ever put them in my ears they were so light I really struggled to tell I was wearing them this was again when I just went to outside or even during a session at the gym.

To pair, simply remove the Jazz Buds from the charging case and they will automatically connect to the selected smart device (after pairing for the first time, which required holding a button and making sure the lights flashed etc. etc.).

The charging case is the usual little black pill box affair but with the nice edition of a USB type C charging port there is no wireless charging which is a shame but at this price something has to be given, the inside of the case is a nice LED image with a charge percentage indicator.

I was really impressed with the sound quality these buds produce, yes they lacked bass at times but then the sound will “leak” because your ear canal is not fully plugged in. Remember these are currently on sale for around £30 which is a 5th of what I paid for my Galaxy buds and the sound quality is definitely not a 5th.

I did notice that when I put the buttons in and out I got a few false presses on the activation button, and after quite a long use I felt like a button was starting to slip out.

Conclusion:-

If you’re looking for cheap true wireless earbuds that sound way better than they should, check out the Jazz Buds from Groov>>I think you’ll be surprisingly impressed.

Groov-e is one of the UK’s leading technology brands and has added another set of true wireless earbuds to its range, the Jazz Buds. With a playtime of up to 25 hours, these tops come with a clear price tag of £29.99 from Tesco or www.groov-e.co.uk and we’ve got a set for a full review. Specifications: – Bluetooth 5.0 Bluetooth profiles A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP. (which may mean something to some people) Wireless range of 10m Battery 2X 25mAh Play music (continuous) 4 hours for 1 hour charge. Standby time 100 hours Speaker frequency 20-20Khz Speaker sensitivity 107dB +/- 3dB LED indicator. Charging capacity of the housing 400 mA Charging time for the housing 1.5 hours LED display of the housing. Good points: – Price. Extremely lightweight. You don’t know you’re wearing them. Good sound quality. Price. Assistant trigger. Do not block the ear canal. USB-C port for the charging case. Bad points: – False button presses when inserting/removing. Bass is missing. Sometimes it felt like they were about to fall out. In use:- Let me start by saying I am one of those people who can’t stand the feeling of something being put in my ear canal, that awful feeling of being blocked so when I’m not using my Bose QCs, ear plugs by choice my galaxy earbuds are live. So when groove reached out to me and asked me to review the company’s new wireless earbuds, the Jazz Buds, I agreed to give them a shot. The first thing you noticed when you took the earbuds out of the box is that they look remarkably similar to another company’s aire earbuds. With a modern yet ergonomic design the Jazz Buds are comfortable to wear for extended periods of time and had they ever put them in my ears they were so light I really struggled to tell I was wearing them this was again when I just went to outside or even during a session at the gym. To pair, simply remove the Jazz Buds from the charging case and they will automatically connect to the selected smart device (after pairing for the first time, which required holding a button and making sure the lights flashed etc. etc.). The charging case is the usual little black pill box affair but with the nice edition of a USB type C charging port there is no wireless charging which is a shame but at this price something has to be given, the inside of the case is a nice LED image with a charge percentage indicator. I was really impressed with the sound quality these earbuds produce, yes they lacked bass at times but then the sound will “leak” because your ear canal is not fully plugged in. Remember these are currently on sale for around £30 which is a 5th of what I paid for my Galaxy buds and the sound quality is definitely not a 5th. I did…

Groov-e Jazz Buds – Review

Groov-e Jazz Buds – Review

2021-11-12

Ian Furlong

Price – 98%

Comfortable – 95%

Battery Life – 90%

Sound quality – 85%

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