JBL UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate Review – Solid Audio Performance Meets Reliable Fitness Tracking



When you want to have a device that has both fitness tracking and audio listening capabilities, then you might want to check out the JBL UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate. This is a new breed of headphones that are popping up as of late, which means that activity tracking functionalities are no longer limited to fitness trackers worn on your wrists, or that headphones have a single purpose of just letting you listen to music and audio. This particular model is that of a neckband-style affair, and it is wireless  as it connects to your smartphone through the use of a Bluetooth connection. This is a pair that is definitely worth, at the very least, a try.

JBL UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate Review - Solid Audio Performance Meets Reliable Fitness Tracking

The JBL UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate Helps You Keep in Shape While Letting You Listen to Your Favorite Tracks

Visually speaking, the JBL UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate is not breaking into new territories with regards to its looks. It sports a black-and-red motif, and overall, it is a pretty standard affair for a neckband-style earphone pair. However, it is IPX5-rated, which means that it is sweat and moisture resistant, which should come standard considering that it is being advertised for fitness-centric individuals.

The earpieces need to be twisted backward a bit so that they lock into place properly, and these are covered by large silicone sleeves. These sleeves will rest against the ear and are connected to the eartips. The sleeves also stabilize to form a more secure fit. Having a secure fit is essential for fitness headphones, because it makes for a more reliable audio experience, and it should also be this way so that the heart-rate monitoring function will operate properly.

Speaking of its fitness-related features, the UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate should always be connected to your smartphone to use these functionalities. This is unlike other devices such as the Bragi Dash or the Samsung Gear IconX that can work independently without the use of a smartphone. However, pairing is easy and the data collection is quite reliable.

When it comes to audio performance, the JBL UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate delivers powerful sub-bass content, which is a must for many fitness-enthusiasts as it keeps them motivated at all times. However, the treble is also boosted to provide a better sense of balance. Ultimately, this is a solid choice for fitness-centric individuals, for as long as you don’t mind keeping your phone with you at all times.


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JBL UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate Review – Solid Audio Performance Meets Reliable Fitness Tracking
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