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JBL x Under Armour Headphones Land In Oz

JBL and Under Armour’s new wireless headphone range has officially landed in Australia, debuting several on-ear and in-ear models from A$199.95.

The new UA Sport Wireless Headphone series fuse JBL Signature Sound with Bionic Hearing technology, and are custom made for high-performing athletes.

The products are available now from JB Hi-Fi and UnderArmour.com.

The range pledges improved fit and functionality across four models; the Train (A$299.95), React (A$199.95), Pivot (A$199.95) and true wireless Flash (A$249.95).

Products have been custom designed to suit a variety of sports-persons, with each model better catered to certain fitness routine.

Incorporating JBL Charged Sound, the headphones offer “sport-optimised” signature sound, with rich bass, crystal clear mids and smooth highs.

With Bionic Hearing and TalkThru Technology, users can flick a button for lowered music and amplified speech – enabling users to easily engage with their surroundings without interrupting training.

The news comes as the sports headphones market continues to accelerate, with competition from the likes of Jabra and Logitech-owned Jaybird.

“To meet the demands of peak performers, we partnered with JBL, a leading sound expert, to develop a cutting edge, truly wireless sport headphone that removes all distractions,” asserts Brian Pitstick, Director of BD & Strategic Partnerships at Under Armour Digital.

Product rundown below, with further information available on Under Armour’s website here.

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