In today’s crowded headphones marketplace, JAYS has gone the extra mile to deliver a premium product for in-the-know listeners who care about superior sound, comfort, and style.
Opening the box on the u-JAYS Wireless headphones, it’s clear that the company put thought into every aspect of their listeners’ experience. Clean, elegant packaging with an easy-to-read instruction manual gets you started right out-of-the-box with crisp clear sound.
After two years of product development, the JAYS team have balanced both form and functionality with their u-JAYS Wireless to deliver a sleek and rugged headphone that’s as useful for DJs as it is for home audiophiles. A soft plush headband and smooth sliding ear cups give listeners a completely custom fit while the soft ear cups snugly nestle onto the ears and dampen external sound.
Technically, the u-JAYS Wireless use premium components for a warm and punchy sound that sounds great across genres. Japanese silk-diaphragm drivers pump accurate low-end without crowding the highs and mids of more lush soundscapes. Metal core construction throughout the headphones ensure a long life, while a detachable modular cord makes it easy to replace and switch between Bluetooth wireless and wired-in listening.
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