Test: Jays x-Seven Wireless – pleasant but mainly for music

Today, the headset market is dominated partly by True Wireless earphones that are attached to the ear without a cord in between, and partly by larger covers that cover the entire ears and shut out the environment, so-called over-ear headsets.

On-ear headsets that were previously popular have been more obscured. They used to have the advantage over other headsets to be lighter and more flexible, but that niche has true wireless taken over. For those who think that Over Ear is too big and clumsy, and perhaps often too expensive, but find it inconvenient to put a headset in the ear, there is Jays x-Seven Wireless.

For 800 kronor, they are among the cheaper bluetooth headsets, and it is not without that you notice when you see them up close. It is rare to see narrow power cords lying freely and visible in a headset, but they do in the frames of the Jays X-seven Wireless. It really does not matter, it is only visible when you have the headset in hand, and once it is on the head, it is nice and available in both discreet and eye-catching colors.

The feeling of quality is then a bigger concern. The plastic hooks that go between the flaps and the arch you have over your head look very fragile. You can fold the headset to make it more compact in the bag, but the hinges are quite sluggish and that in combination with how fragile the headset looks, I pull myself to do it.


The headset is comfortable with really soft ear pads. I get easily sore from headphones that press against my ears, but not from these. The downside is that they do not stick very tightly to the head. If I lie down or lean forward, it’s easy for them to slip off. Not a headset for the gym then.

This type of headset does not close tightly around the ears and therefore lets in ambient sound. It’s a matter of taste whether you prefer it or not, but of course it’s good to know. It also means that the headphones capture less wind noise.

The headset is controlled by three buttons, for volume and on-off. There are no touch panels on the covers and the buttons double serve for pairing and changing songs. They are easy to find and feel the difference.

Good and bad sound

The sound of the music surprises me positively. For 800 kronor, I do not expect a wow feeling and do not get it either. I am also prepared to accept some defects in dynamics, clarity in the music or weak midrange. But no matter how I listen, I find nothing to complain about. The music reproduction is smooth and natural, with a clear bass that is not excessive.

The speech sound, on the other hand, can be described as follows: It is strenuous for the person I am talking to to hear my voice and follow the conversation under optimal circumstances in a quiet room. And it gets worse if something sounds in the background.

I never have any problems with the headset’s bluetooth connection. Lip sync is good when I watch movies, and it’s easy to pair it with another device by holding down the on / off button. However, you can not have it paired with two devices at the same time.

I think Jays x-Seven are flexible and comfortable to use and I like to choose them spontaneously when I listen to music. For calls, however, I choose another headset.

Source: Mobil by www.mobil.se.

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