Unfortunately, choosing between the the JBL Charge 4 and JBL Pulse 4 isn’t that simple. Even though at the end of the day they’re both just speakers… there are some major differences between them. And depending on your needs and what you plan on doing with them, one is going to be better than the other. So today we’re going to be comparing the JBL Charge 4 to the JBL Pulse 4 and see which ones right for you.
Where the majority of JBL’s newer speakers have subtle differences underneath the hood like the JBL Flip 4 to the JBL Flip 5… The JBL Pulse 4 is completely different from the JBL Pulse 3 in almost every way. The JBL Pulse 4 looks completely different and has a completely different speakers set up compared to the JBL Pulse 3. Over all yes the JBL Pulse 4 does out perform the Pulse 3, but I don’t think you have to run out and upgrade if you already have the Pulse 3.
Third party truly wireless earbuds are finally starting to get really good. And IFA 2019 gave us a few new pairs of truly wireless earbuds to look forward to this fall like the Jabra Elite 75T’s and Sony’s new H.ear In 3’s which are going to be a more affordable and more stylish version of the Sony WF-1000XM3’s. But if you’re on a tight budget but still want truly wireless earbuds then you’ll might be considering the Skullycandy Indy. Long story short, I don’t love them but they do get the job done.
Sony has a very robust headphone line up. And personally I think that as of early September 2019 the Sony 1000XM3’s are best premium ANC headphones on the market and I also think the Sony XB900N’s are the best Mid tier ANC headphones on the market. But today we’re going to be comparing the Sony XB700’s to the Sony WH-CH700N.
DJI simply just continues to amaze at everything they do. And the New DJI Osmo Mobile 3 is no exception. If you’re a content creator who’s just starting out and shooting with your phone… that’s how I started, or if you’re just looking for an easy and affordable way to add smooth walking shots into your projects like me then the Osmo Mobile 3 is a tool you just gotta have. And even if you currently have another phone gimbal, I think it is worth upgrading to the Osmo Mobile 3 cause my Zhiyun Smooth 4 which I’ve been using for awhile now is officially retired.
These are the Human Headphones… they’re a pair of wireless over ear headphones that don’t actually have a headband. And these headphones are perhaps the most interesting and worst performing product I’ve ever featured on this channel. The idea its self is cool, but just about everything else about them is just bad. They don’t perform better than earbuds and they’re not more convenient than headphones. Personally I’m surprised these things even made it to market and I’ll be shocked if we see a second version of the Human Headphones.
For the last few months, the Tarah Pro’s have been Jaybird’s best workout earbuds specifically cause the Jaybird Run suffered from rampant connectivity issues. But now there’s the all new Jaybird Vista. And like I said in the full review, I really like these earbuds and I think they’re a great option for any android user looking for a pair everyday carry truly wireless earbuds. But if you’re trying to decide between getting the Jaybird Tarah Pro and the Jaybird Vista, honestly I think this is going to be a hard decision cause they’re both great but I think depending on your needs one might be better than the other.
I’ve never really been a fan of the Jaybird Run, their carrying case is very bulky but more importantly they suffered from rampant connectivity issues. But now we have the Jaybird Vista, and these have been completely redesigned for the better. I think they’re great workout earbuds, but I also think they're a great option for android users looking for a pair of everyday carry truly wireless earbuds.