OMNI Bluetooth Headphones Technology: Track Wheel

After hours of re-imagining how Bluetooth headphones should function, we nailed it with the OMNI Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones. Featuring LED lights and a brushed metal finish, the Volume and Track wheel changes the game with ease and function. Including a center button, wheel control, micro USB input, AUX switch, AUX port, and a mic, you can do it all while you're wire free out and about.

 

JLab Audio OMNI Bluetooth Headphones

 

With 11 functions in one button, you have all the power! Here's all the controls in the Track Wheel Button:

 

  1. Power ON: Press & hold center button for 3 seconds. Voice prompt "JLab OMNI on" and a white light will blink slowly.
  2. Power OFF: Press & hold center button for 4 seconds. Voice prompt "power off" & the lights will turn off.
  3. Play/Pause/Answer/Hang Up Call: Press center button twice.
  4. Siri for Apple Devices: Press & hold for 2 seconds.
  5. Track Forward: Quickly turn & release wheel clockwise.
  6. Track Backward: Quickly turn & release counterclockwise.
  7. Volume Up: Turn & hold wheel clockwise.
  8. Volume Down: Turn & hold wheel counterclockwise.

OMNI Word of the Day: Ease

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Here's how the OMNI Bluetooth Headphones compare in several specs:

 

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2 Comments

Malcolm Lyttle
Malcolm Lyttle

September 15, 2016

I am probably not your usual customer. I am very hard of hearing. I wear a hearing aid in my left ear and recently had a cochlear implant done on my right ear. To listen to TV or my tablet or mobile, I need over the ear headphones to cover the mics on the aids (they both are bluetooth but individually controlled so basically useless that way). I have a set of Sony wireless that are connected to my tv but are useless for travel and are not bluetooth. The Omni is perfect for me. While I don’t hear clear enough to be an audiophile, these are better than my Sony and portable. I am very, very happy. I will be sharing this product with other people, both normal and the hard of hearing.

Raymond Parker
Raymond Parker

November 09, 2015

I really like these. But I wish they were a little cheaper. Though they merit their price tag. My headphone collection would be tops, with these in it.

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