JLab Go Air PopSee price on Amazon
Overall Score 6 Represents average audio ecosystem compatibility score.
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless EarbudsSee price on Amazon
Overall Score 5.5 Represents average audio ecosystem compatibility score.
|Category||Features||JLab Go Air Pop||Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds|
|DESIGN||ingress protection (ip) rating||ipX4||ipX4|
|has no wires or cables||✓||✓|
|has an earbud foam||✓||✗|
|has stereo speakers||✓||✓|
|SOUND QUALITY||has passive noise reduction||✓||✗|
|driver unit size||6mm||13mm|
|sound pressure level||103db/mw||91db/mw|
|battery life of charging case||24hours||13hours|
|has a battery level indicator||✓||✓|
|CONNECTIVITY||has usb type-c||✓||✓|
|maximum bluetooth range||10meters||10meters|
|MICROPHONE||number of microphones||2only||2only|
|highest mic frequency||✗||5,000hz|
|lowest mic frequency||✗||300hz|
|EXTRAS||has ambient sound mode||✗||✓|
|supports fast charging||✓||✗|
|has a mute function||✓||✗|
|control panel placed on a device||✓||✓|
|has voice prompts||✓||✓|
|travel bag is included||✓||✓|
|See price on Amazon||See price on Amazon|
Ingress protection ratings refer to the level of protection given by a casing, against solids and liquids. The letters 'IP' are followed by two values The first value refers to protection against solids such as dust, followed by the one that refers to resistance against liquids (water).
Having a value of IPX4, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's rating for solids indicates that no data available to specify a protection rating, and the second number of 4 means that they can withstand low pressure spray similar to that of a shower head when tilted at 180° for 10 minutes.
In comparison to the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds, JLab Go Air Pop have a rating of IPX4 meaning that we are not yet certain of their rating with solids (dust) and that of liquids is that, they both have the same rating against liquids
JLab Go Air Pop have a weight of 7.4g . We take in account a lower weight best for the reason that lighter devices are easier to move with.
For a device to be true wireless it must have no wires linking any part of the device together, Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds are true wireless for this case since they have no cables. This is an important distinction as some wireless earbuds have wires linking the pair of earbuds .
JLab Go Air Pop also is true wireless since it doesn't have wires linking the pair of earbuds .
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have sweat resistance
JLab Go Air Pop's resistance to sweat makes both devices good for use while doing sports such as long-distance running, marathons, training in workout bodysuits, etc
An earbud foam is made to be ultracompact and lightweight, with little interference with earrings, spectacles, hats, or hairstyles. The JLab Go Air Pop have an earbud foam for some people it is more comfortable than the in-ear foam.
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have stereo speakers, what this means is that Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's speakers deliver sound from independent channels on both left and right sides, creating a richer sound and a better listening experience.
Both JLab Go Air Pop and Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have stereo speakers
The JLab Go Air Pop stay tightly in place, this creates an acoustic seal that tones down background sounds and also prevents the device sound from leaking out .
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have a unit size of 13mm in diameter, bigger drivers are more powerful, therefor producing better bass.
A driver unit is basically a mini speaker that produces sound in the device, the unit size determines the loudness of the earbuds.
JLab Go Air Pop driver unit is 6mm in diameter, which means that they have a smaller driver unit than that of Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds by 7mm , as many tend to believe that driver units of a bigger size automatically produce better sound quality.
However, large drivers usually have difficulty producing high frequencies so yeah, larger drivers can generate louder sound, but this does not imply that they produce better quality sound.
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's lowest frequency is at 20Hz, low-frequency response inidcates how well an audio component produces low frequencies that can be heard, and if it alters the signal while at it.
JLab Go Air Pop's lowest frequency is at 20Hz, this means that both devices produce equal bass
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's highest frequency is at 20,000Hz, high-frequency response tells how well an audio device produces high audible frequencies and if it makes any adjustments to the signal while at it.
JLab Go Air Pop's highest frequency is at 20,000Hz, this implies that both devices can generate equal treble
The sound pressure level, is the level of pressure of sound, measured in decibels, dB, Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's measurement is 91dB/mW. Devices with a higher sound pressure level are generally louder when supplied with any given audio source.
JLab Go Air Pop's sound pressure level measurement is 103dB/mW. The sound pressure level, a device is can be taken differently by different people, so we need to have the means to get an objective measurement of sound level expressed in numerical terms.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's battery life is 3 hours, these last less than 5 hours of listening which is considered average before recharge. A device's battery life is commonly given by the manufacturer, and with longer battery life, you get to use it for longer and requires fewer chargings.
JLab Go Air Pop's battery life is more than that of Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds by 5 hours . Every time you recharge your device, they get a little less listening time. The effect is not noticeable at first, but over time, your wireless earbuds will have shorter listening time.
The battery life of the charging case is given by the manufacturer, and the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's case is said to have a full charge of 13 hours. A charging case with more battery hours enables you to recharge your earbuds on the go many times before recharging the case itself.
JLab Go Air Pop's charging case has a battery life of 24 hours, more than that of Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds by 11 hours
It requires 1.5 hours to fully charge the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's battery. It is highly adivsable to fully charge the battery before using the earbuds for the first time.
JLab Go Air Pop takes 2.2 hours to fully charge the battery, more than that of Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds by 0.7 hours
JLab Go Air Pop's battery capacity is 43mAh, battery power, shows the amount of electrical energy that a battery can store.
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have a battery level indicator, an indicator notifies you when the device has a low battery. The battery indicator lights display the charging status of your earbuds and case.
JLab Go Air Pop too have a battery level indicator, these allow you determine the charging state of your earbuds, if charged fully, or having a low battery.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds use USB TYPE-C, an industry-standard connector for transmitting both data and power through a single cable.
JLab Go Air Pop too support USB TYPE-C. This USB-C plug comes along with most current electronics.
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have Bluetooth version of 5, Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard that allows data movement between devices placed in close proximity, using short-wavelength, ultra-high frequency radio waves.
JLab Go Air Pop has a Bluetooth version of 5.1, newer than that of Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds . Newer versions provide faster data transfers.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have a 10meters distance connecting via Bluetooth.
JLab Go Air Pop have a maximum range of 10meters, equal to that of the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds support AAC, a codec that is used for Bluetooth audio. It supports 24-bit audio at 250kbps. Because it uses psychoacoustic modeling, it can provide better results than other codecs at a similar bit rate.
Being the highest quality codec that any Bluetooth-supporting Apple product supports, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds will work fine with your iPhone. If you are planning on using these with Android , ensure that they also support aptX HD, LDAC, or LHDC as well.
The JLab Go Air Pop support AAC as well. Designed to be the successor of the MP3 format, AAC generally achieves higher sound quality than MP3 encoders at the same bit rate.
Latency refers to the time it takes for the audio signal to be transmitted to your earbuds. Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have a latency of 60ms, a lower latency reduces audio lag and is particularly important when playing games or watching videos.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have 2 microphones.
The JLab Go Air Pop microphones are 2, equal to that of the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds . More microphones result in better sound quality and enable the earbuds to filter out background sounds.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds microphone sensitivity is measured at -42dBV/Pa. The extent of the analog or digital output signal from the microphone with its input stimulus is a calculation of its sensitivity. It's the 'loudness' of the voice that the microphone can pick up.
JLab Go Air Pop microphone sensitivity is measured at -42dBV/Pa. Microphone sensitivity is a measurement of a microphone's efficiency on how well it converts sounds to electrical energy.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's highest mic frequency is 5,000Hz, high frequencies are best for picking up treble. The highest mic frequency of a microphone is known as its upper limiting frequency.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds's lowest mic frequency is 300Hz, low frequencies are best for recording bass. The lowest mic frequency of a microphone is defined as its lower limiting frequency.
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds support ambient sound mode, which uses microphones to channel ambient sound so that they can still be heard even when wearing them
JLab Go Air Pop support fast charging. Most often, technologies like MediaTek’s Pump Express, are used to reduce the amount of time it takes to fully charge the earbuds.
JLab Go Air Pop have a mute function, they have the feature to mute/unmute a conversation directly from the earbuds.
With the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds, so you can access the volume control, pause, play, mute, etc whichever functions are supported on the device.
The JLab Go Air Pop also have a control panel on them.
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have a warranty period of 2 Years, the period of time that warrant free repair and adjustment services in case of a malfunction occurring under normal use following instruction manuals.
When covered under the manufacturer’s warranty it is possible to get a replacement a malfunction occurs. JLab Go Air Pop have a warranty period of 2Years, equal to that of the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds .
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds have voice prompts. With voice prompts, you receive information via audio messages, like if there is an issue with the connection.
The JLab Go Air Pop also support voice prompts meaning the earbuds will notify you if the battery is running low, and you need to recharge the device.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds come with a special case. Carrying earbuds openly, or placing them in your pockets without a cover can easily put them at risk of getting damaged.
JLab Go Air Pop also have a travel bag included, which is useful for safe transportation.