While not without some weaknesses, the Creative Sound Blaster Jam is a strong budget Bluetooth headphone that delivers good sound for its modest price point.
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Though not without a few weaknesses, the $50 Sound Blaster Jam delivers decent sound and battery life in a lightweight on-ear design.
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