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Updated January 10, 2024·

The 7hz Timeless earbuds offer superior overall sound quality and are excellent for music; however, they are not wireless and might not be as comfortable for long-term wear compared to the JLab Go Work Wireless. The JLab headphones, while more affordable, have a boom microphone which is great for calls and meetings, and offer more comfort and better battery life. If sound quality for music is your priority and you're okay with a wired connection, go for the 7hz Timeless. But if you need wireless convenience, long-wear comfort, and a good mic for calls, the JLab Go Work Wireless would be more suitable. Give Feedback

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Advantages of the 7hz Timeless
  • Very good for music
  • Good for TV and video
Advantages of the JLab Go Work Wireless
  • Very good for air travel

Key differences

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Music

8.6
Timeless
Go Work Wireless
5.8
The 7hz Timeless is very good for music, while the JLab Go Work Wireless is poor.

Gaming

6.6
Timeless
Go Work Wireless
5.3
The 7hz Timeless is only fair for gaming, while the JLab Go Work Wireless is poor.

Phone Calls

4.3
Timeless
Go Work Wireless
6.3
The JLab Go Work Wireless is only fair for phone calls, while the 7hz Timeless is poor.

TV and Video

7.8
Timeless
Go Work Wireless
5.5
The 7hz Timeless is good for TV and video, while the JLab Go Work Wireless is poor.

Noise Reduction

5.3
Timeless
Go Work Wireless
4.6
The 7hz Timeless and JLab Go Work Wireless are both poor for noise reduction, though the 7hz Timeless is somewhat better.

Battery

N/A
Timeless
Go Work Wireless
47.0 Hours
The 7hz Timeless does not have a battery. The JLab Go Work Wireless has 47 hours of battery life.

Cost

$170
Timeless
Go Work Wireless
$44
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The 7hz Timeless has a price of $170 and the JLab Go Work Wireless costs $44.

Build Quality

8.5
Timeless
Go Work Wireless
9.0
The JLab Go Work Wireless has excellent build quality, while the 7hz Timeless has very good build quality.
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Key similarities

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Podcasts and Audiobooks

6.8
Timeless
Go Work Wireless
6.6
The 7hz Timeless and JLab Go Work Wireless are both only fair for podcasts and audiobooks.

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How the 7hz Timeless and the JLab Go Work Wireless compare to other earbuds and headphones

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Spec Comparison

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7hz TimelessJLab Go Work Wireless
7hz TimelessJLab Go Work Wireless

GENERAL

Price
$170
$44
Brand
7hzJLab
Release Date
August 1, 2021May 1, 2021
Form Factor
EarbudsHeadphones
Connectivity
WiredWired + Wireless

SOUND

Music Score
8.6/105.8/10
Phone Calls Score
4.3/106.4/10
Gaming Score
6.7/105.3/10
TV and Video Score
7.8/105.6/10
Exercise Score
4.3/106.3/10

PERFORMANCE

Battery life
N/A47 Hours
Wireless charging
N/ANo
Charging time
N/A2 Hours
Bluetooth version
N/A5

FEATURES

Active Noise Cancelling
NoNo
Noise Reduction Score
5.3/104.6/10
Virtual Surround
N/ANo
Android App
N/ANo
iOS App
N/ANo
Mic Quality
N/A9/10

BUILD AND DESIGN

Build Quality
8.5/109/10
Comfort score
7/108.4/10
Size
LargeN/A
Weight (headset or single earbud)
5.5 Grams170 Grams
Microphone style
N/ABoom

Shopping

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7hz Timeless

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Headphonesty

Kazi Mahbub Mutakabbir | May 2023
"7Hz picked a bold name for the Timeless and frankly, got very close to justifying their word choice. Most importantly, the Timeless are good to go in stock form, so you don’t have to worry about source-matching and such. I can recommend the 7Hz Timeless to those who do not mind a dash of brightness up top, want a taste of planar in IEM form, and want one of the most resolving pair of earphones in the $150 - $300 price range."

JLab Go Work Wireless

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Maike Paeßens | 2021
"If you are going to criticise the JLab Go Work, it would be for the cables, which are to some extent too short for their intended use, and for its rather harsh treble reproduction above moderate volume levels in music mode. However, the call quality during telephone calls and video conferences in voice mode via wireless and via cable is impeccable. This handy Bluetooth headset also scores points with its excellent battery life and support for multipoint connections."

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