Enter the natural The residence of any gearhead – one of the best bought in the Soma neighborhood of San Francisco, maybe or a coffee shop. If you’re lucky, you’ll soon hear Gearhead’s conflicting calls. “But it’s worth it!” Someone will cry. Whether they are pointed at a $ 900 tablets Or hold a $ 2,800 cameras, It is generally true that you get what you get for what you get.
It can be really difficult to reconcile our skills with the budget of an ordinary person. Earlier this week, if you asked me for a great pair of Wirefree Workout headphones for about 40, I’d tell you to drop it. Too Some exceptions, You get what you get.
When I tried the Back Bay Tempo 30, I had to check the price and double check before making it immediately. My colleague Parker Hall Try them too. I wore 40 400 earbuds and my dog was walking in the rain, and hanging upside down in the climbing gym, and I couldn’t shake them. They are very good, I feel bad for recommending someone else Workout headphones.
Back bay audio A Boston-based startup. Founder Jeremy Abend spent a year creating workout headphones that would have premium fit and sound without retail markup.
The moment I pulled them out of the packaging, I was stunned. The case is aluminum and Tiny, Noticeably smaller than my AirPods Pro case. They come with six different rubber ear tip sizes. I have tried the rose gold version, but they also come in black.
Unlike other buds, ear tips vary not only in size but also in depth. I have very small and shallow ears. Fitting is usually a tedious process, and I still panic if there are no extra ear fins or wings to hold the buds. The shallow, medium ear tips that come with the Tempo on0 out of the box fit me safely and perfectly. That Never Happens.
Pairing was easy. I selected them in my iPhone 11’s Bluetooth menu. They don’t have an app to tinker with EQ, but they do have active word cancellation which is quite effective. When I got home from the race I had to take my kids outside to talk to me.
Right tap tapping enables Boost mode. It was hard to tell when it was active, because even tapping the right bud would tell you how to increase the volume. You can reduce the volume by tapping on the left side. I’ve tried going on the bus boost several times, but as useful with a pair of workout headphones, the diameter is heavier than that.
In fact, the drums of Eli King’s “Drunk and I Don’t Want to Go Home” were so heavy that I actually checked the buds out of my ears in the gym. It seemed impossible that no one but me could hear the lower end.
This bud contains a bunch of market-beating specs. Battery life with case is eight hours and 32. After four days, their batteries are still at 80 percent. They have been given an IPX7 rating, which means they can be submerged at a depth of 1 meter for 30 minutes.