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JLab Rewind Wireless Retro Headphones | Bluetooth 4.2 | 12 Hours Playtime | Custom EQ3 Sound | Music Controls | Noise Isolation | With Microphone | Throwback 80s 90s Design | Black

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  • GO RETRO: Let the Rewind Wireless Retro Headphones take you back in time to when grunge, big hair, bright colors and kicking it with your Walkman was the thing to do. Now it's time to GO wireless. The Rewind headphones provide 12 hours of playtime, custom EQ3 Sound, and all of the controls you need. The same lightweight design and orange foam earpads, you'll feel more nostalgic than ever. Old-school look, with today's technology.
  • 12-HOUR PLAYTIME: Keep your music hassle-free by wirelessly linking your Bluetooth enabled device and streaming from up to 30 feet away. With up to 12 hours Bluetooth playtime of mind-blowing sound that’ll leave you with rock-star vibes all day long.
  • TAKE CONTROL: These headphones come with a button on the headset, so you can skip tracks, activate Siri or Google Assistant and answer calls all without taking out your phone. There is also on an onboard microphone that allows for crystal clear communication during calls. For those need to know moments, a double click and digital MEMS built-in microphone lets you activate and deactivate SIRI, Google Assistant, or other voice assistant prompts as clear as day.
  • EQ3 SOUND: Our radical EQ3 setting lets you change the sound to your preferred tune via the headphone, so your music sounds just right. Click between three options: JLab Signature, Balanced, and Bass Boost.
  • TWO YEAR WARRANTY/30 DAY GUARANTEE -We are so sure you’ll be happy with your purchase that we offer a “30-Day Money-Back Guarantee” to ensure customer satisfaction of our Jlab products. Also included with our products is a 2-year limited warranty to ensure you are covered for up to two years in case any issues with our products arise.

Specification: JLab Rewind Wireless Retro Headphones | Bluetooth 4.2 | 12 Hours Playtime | Custom EQ3 Sound | Music Controls | Noise Isolation | With Microphone | Throwback 80s 90s Design | Black

Product Dimensions

5.91 x 1.06 x 3.54 inches

Item Weight (ounces)

2.01

ASIN

B07BTL786T

Item model number

812887016773

Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Best Sellers Rank

#1,178 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #25 in On-Ear Headphones

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

April 1, 2018

Department

headphones

Manufacturer

JLab Audio

Charging Time (Hours)

300

Item Weight (Grams)

57

Units (Count)

1.0

8 reviews for JLab Rewind Wireless Retro Headphones | Bluetooth 4.2 | 12 Hours Playtime | Custom EQ3 Sound | Music Controls | Noise Isolation | With Microphone | Throwback 80s 90s Design | Black

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  1. The Rowdy One

    The company seems to think this is just for those who remember the eighties, but I prefer over ear headphones. Buds fall out – especially when exercising. These are decent, functional headphones that never fall out. Slightly fiddly to recharge, but they work well and the sound quality is good.Edit: 12 mnths later. Still going strong. Battery lasts a week. Recharges in 2 hours. Bluetooth syncs easily with iphone. Excellent product.

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  2. laura webster

    So glad to have found these, highly recommend if you enjoy listening to audiobooks and podcasts. They’re never going to be the best sound quality but that’s not what I got these for.These headphones are great for my job as I have to take my bag on and off repeatedly throughout the day and so having wires around my neck is really inconvenient. If you want to have clear hearing, you don’t have to take them out then dangle them around your neck and then fish around for them (or have them slide off), you can just ‘dislodge’ them and they’ll stay clamped on your head in front of / behind your ears, which for me is really useful for crossing roads and just quickly regaining my hearing if I need it.These sit over any hats and caps I’m wearing and actually provide a bit of insulation in the cold weather! Very comfortable, I could wear them for hours, unlike most other bluetooth headphones, where the weight is borne by my (admittedly small) ears.My only issue with them has been that I cannot adjust the volume, which would have been a really good extra feature. But you can pause them and even voice-dictate by pressing the big button on the right ear.And just a tip for anyone who has read this far, I found these for half the price on another well known internet shopping site, although they were in a different colour, they were the same brand.

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  3. C

    Got these because they looked fairly comfy and are wireless. They are very convenient, the bluetooth connection is mostly fine over a distance of about 5 meters and have not encountered any issues with pairing.Build quality is decent, nothing special but nothing atrocious either. They do creak at times.Comfort wise they are good, but could have been better if the earcups swiveled horizontally, not just vertically. There’s also plenty of adjustment for larger head shapes.My main issue though is the quite horrible sound quality. They are by far some of the worse headphones I’ve had the displeasure of listening to. No matter what preset I use they sound muffled, muddy and lack a lot of clarity. Soundstage is poor, imaging is quite bad, low end lacks extension, mids are recessed, highs are ok, but also lacking in extension or any kind of finesse. These headphones are true to the ‘Retro’ branding because these do sound like a cheap walkman pair of headphones from the 90s.Compared to a pair of Koss KSC-75, which are similarly priced, these are exponentially worse, several leagues bellow the Koss. I have pairs of small, cheap earphones like the Qian 39 that sound quite a lot better.Another issue I’ve encountered is channel imbalanced, the drivers probably aren’t matched at all so there are several dB differences between the Left and Right drivers.The only impressive thing about the sound quality is that they managed to tune these drives so poorly, I’m impressed anyone at JLab listened to these headphones and thought the sound quality is adequate.Another negative is charging, you have to lift the earpad foam a little for the microUSB cable to fit, not really convenient.Battery life at least is close-ish to the 12 hour mark if used at around 50% volume.Don’t get me wrong, they are cheap and they do the trick if you listen to audiobooks or podcasts, but I find them very inadequate for music and movies. The wireless makes them very convenient and the comfort is adequate enough to wear then for a couple of hours at a time, but again… do you want to with the sound quality being so poor?These could be winners if Jlab resolves the sound quality issue via better tuning or using higher quality drivers and move the charging port to a more convenient location. Sadly as they are, these are more of a novelty buy if anything.

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  4. Blob

    Cards on the table – I ordered these because they are very similar looking to the headphones used by Chris Pratt in guardians of the galaxy when portraying the Star Lord/Peter Quill character.PlusesSound – the sound quality for the price is actually really good. Some reviews mentioned it wasn’t great, but I’m almost convinced people are wearing them back to front. Make sure you have the ear cups on the corresponding ears and you shouldn’t have an issue. Of course you can always adjust the EQ by pressing the headphones button the cycle through the 3 available settings, if you prefer a louder bassBattery life is tremendous, you get about 11 to 12 hours worth of listeningNegativesCharging port. The location is a bit footery. It’s hidden away behind one of the ear cups, so you need to have a bit of patience when putting on chargeI use these for Awesome mix 1 and 2, along with my podcasts, and they are brilliantFor £20, I would say these are good valueHope this helps!

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  5. PonyCarMan

    There aren’t many options for retro 80’s style headphones with bluetooth. In fact, I found only two, but they were really the exact same product, just with different branding. I picked the JLab brand purely because I didn’t like the look of the other brand’s logo.My use case: I wanted light-weight bluetooth headphones for watching TV in bed at night without disturbing my partner. I didn’t want to wear earbuds or big bulky headphones, so I decided to give these a try. I can tell you that they are far from perfect, but they work reasonably well for my intended purpose. They paired easily with my Samsung OLED TV, and the sound quality is decent enough for TV watching, although I’d choose something better for music listening.Again, these aren’t bad for what they are, and there really is no other option on the market today for retro 80’s style headphones with bluetooth, but they could certainly be better. Here are the cons:(1) The charging port and the LED are in a stupid location. They are recessed in the channel that holds the ear cushion, so you have to pull the cushion out of the way to access the port and see the LED. Repeatedly pulling the cushion is certainly going to stretch it out over time, so this is not a good design. An even bigger problem, is that the channel is not wide enough to accommodate many micro-USB plugs, including the one that came with the headphones*. When I tried to plug it in, it felt like it was going to break either the headphones or the plug, so I didn’t force it. I ended up using a different cable that I had at home with a thinner plug, but even that one barely fit the channel. I’m thinking I might try to resolve this problem by sanding the plastic with my Dremel tool, to make the channel a little wider around the port. It’s such a glaring design flaw, it’s hard to believe this product underwent any sort of testing before it was released to market.*Note that the cable that comes with the headphones is blue. Apparently they previously offered these headphones in blue, and although they are only available in black with orange cushions now, they must have a surplus of blue cables left over so that’s what comes in the box.(2) The max volume is not as loud as most other bluetooth headsets, so if you plan to use these in a noisy environment, this might be a consideration for you. For my use case, watching TV in a quiet room at night, they are more than sufficient.(3) The EQ options could use a little improvement. In my opinion, the “Balanced” setting does not have enough bass while the “Bass Boost” setting has too much bass. I’d really prefer something in-between these two settings. And the third option, which they are calling “Signature”, boosts the high frequencies too much for my taste.(4) No volume controls on the headphones. Volume can only be controlled by the source device. Not a big deal for me, but might be an issue for some. In my case, I’m happy to use the TV remote to adjust the volume, but it seemed worth mentioning, since bluetooth headsets typically include volume buttons. If I were using these for workouts, I’d probably be annoyed at having to pull my phone out of my pocket every time I wanted to adjust the volume.(5) The headphones only have one single multi-purpose button, so you have to remember whether to long-press, short-press, double-click, or even triple-click, depending on what function you want to do. And if you’re listening to music, you might be disappointed to find that the headphone button can only skip forward to the next track. If you want to repeat a track or go back to a previous track, you have to pull your phone out of your pocket.

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  6. J. Williams

    Love the look and loved the headphones but unable to use as the charging port is broken and no option to replace 🙁

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  7. Andi Szilagyi

    First impressions aren’t so great.I wanted to fully charge it before I did anything else with it. And right off the bat, the charge cable has too much material, it’s really tight putting too much pressure on the swivel and I think regular use will likely lead to breakage. Thankfully I have an older cable that is slimmer, still pretty tight, but no so tight I’m worried about anything breaking.Once charged, pairing it was easy, as expected as with almost every other Bluetooth device I’ve used.I tried testing it with my podcast app, sound was fine, pausing worked, so test concluded, I tried shutting off the headset like I did with my old Treblab headphones, with the podcast app still open and playing. But while holding it for four seconds to shut it off, upon reaching two seconds, it skipped to the end of the download I was listening to, deleting that download, and started playing the next podcast before shutting off. Not cool. The software should realize I haven’t let go of the button before it starts skipping, that needs to be fixed by JLabs. I’ll have to test if pressing the button once to pause the audio, then trying to shut it off will avoid this issue. But for now I know unlocking my phone and closing the podcast app before I shut off the headphones will prevent this annoying happenstance.We’ll see if my opinion improves with regular usage, or worsens, when I return to work this week where I’ll be using it most often.Edit: Used it one night at work so far. Pretty happy with it. Tried tapping once to pause before shutting off, and that did not skip to the end, so that’s great. My only complaint now is the location of the charger which requires a slim cable to get into, and they include a thick cable, so you’ll either risk breakage trying to push that thing in, cut the cable down so it goes in easily risking cutting yourself and/or affecting the effectiveness of the cable, or have to buy a slim cable or use an older one if you have a slimmer cable already.

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  8. PonyCarMan

    I’ve never been able to use ear buds when going for walks or even just wanting to sit and read at home or out in a coffee shop, wherever, and want to be able to concentrate without having the world around me distract me from what I want to be doing. I finally found these, a pair of bluetooth headphones that aren’t enormous gaming kinds or the aforementioned earbuds, which always fall out of my tiny, strangely shaped ears.These are just fine. They don’t fully cancel out noise but they are able to keep me focused on what they’re meant to do. The controls are easy enough. Also the orange cushions are like the ones Star-Lord has in Guardians of the Galaxy so that helps when I want to dance along to Come and Get Your Love when walking down the street without looking too weird.Bad parts:The charging port is under the cushions and hard to plug in especially during the “which way does the cable head slide in into the port, this side or that oh it was this side before why didn’t that work ugh” finger dance. I feel like this will make the cushions to stretch over time.A few of the button pushing-to-work features on the speakers gets a little confusing. Five pushes in this order for extra bass, three pushes for that for better volume, whatever. Gonna get annoying when I’m out and about and forget to bring the instructions with me, which I always do for any small portable electronic I’m currently using*All in all, I guess I’ll see what happens over a few months of use and if it’s bad then I will update.*I don’t actually use those.

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