These $100 Jaybird X4 Headphones Are Perfect For Runners

Amazon has dropped the price on the Jaybird X4 wireless headphones, taking a cool $30 off of the regular price. This brings the price down to just $99. That's a pretty good price, and really the first price drop since the X4's were announced last year.

The Jaybird X4 are the fourth-generation of the most popular wireless headphones out there. These are not truly wireless, which is why the price is so low. These also sport around eight hours of continuous playback, something that truly wireless headphones cannot do.

With the X4's, Jaybird is able to pack in some pretty decent drivers for great audio quality, while also keeping them rather lightweight. The sound quality here is pretty impressive. You'll experience some really great sounding mids and highs, with plenty 0f boom for the bass. You can also adjust the EQ in the Jaybird app, so if you would rather have more bass for your music, that can be adjusted.

When it comes to the size, these are pretty small and lightweight. That is a good thing for runners. They aren't big to where they feel like they will fall out of your ears, but they are still able to offer great sound and battery life. Jaybird also includes a few different eartips, so you can find the pair that fits your ears the best. Since not everyone has the same size ears, this is a pretty good look by Jaybird. There are also wing tips that are included in the box, in different sizes. These are not necessary to use the headphones though. So if you are one that doesn't like the wing tip style, then you don't need to use them.

You can pick up the Jaybird X4 wireless headphones from Amazon using the link below. They are available in two colors: storm metallic/glacier, and black metallic/flash. Both of which are discounted to $99.

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