UA Sport Wireless Train – Engineered by JBL


Wireless on-ear headphone built for the gym

£169.99169.99 each
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Built for the Athlete.

UA Sport Wireless Train are built for the gym. SuperVent ear cushions keep them cool and dry while Under Armour grip material provides a soft feel and maximum stability. UA Train headphones elevate every rep with big, wireless JBL Charged Sound. With a simple touch of the UA logo, TalkThru technology is enabled so you can talk to your training partner or coach without having to remove the headphones. Oversized controls are easy to access during an intense training session and a 16-hour battery with Speed Charge delivers an hour of playback on just five minutes’ charge. Tested and designed by athletes for durability, they’re moisture resistant and the ear cushions are hand washable. With UA Sport Wireless Train, you can get the most out of your workout.


General Specifications

Connectors micro USB charge, 3.5mm TRRS for passive listening
Included carry case, charge cable, audio cable
Controls TalkThru multifunction, Power, Bluetooth®, Play/Pause, Up/Fwd, Down/Back

Audio Specifications

Speaker drivers JBL 40mm dynamic
Impedance 32Ω
Frequency response 16–20,000Hz
Bluetooth® version and profiles 4.1, A2DP v1.3, AVRCP v1.5, HFP v1.6, HSP v1.2
Bluetooth® transmitted frequency and power 2.402GHz – 2.48GHz, <4dBm
Battery type rechargeable lithium-ion (3.7V, 610mAh)
Battery life up to 16 hours
Battery charge time Speed Charge
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what's the difference between these headphones and the UA Sport Wireless Train &mdash; Project Rock Edition headphones

Asked by: branta
Only the branding, you will see a bull on the project rock version vs the UA logo
Answered by: WarrenC
Date published: 2018-08-01

What is the difference between these and the project rock headphones?

Asked by: Stefano
Hi! I own a Project Rock Wireless and the only difference is the Project Rock Branding (Brahma Bull on the sides and on the case) and of course the price.
Answered by: Ardiyey
Date published: 2018-08-03

I know they're sweat proof, but can you run in them in the rain? Are they rainproof?

Asked by: DJ Wastell
Hi, and thank you for your interest! Yes, no problem running in rain. There could be a time aspect, but if you do not run for hours in pouring rain, it should not pose a problem. The IPX4 rating sounds like this: 1. Protection against: Splashing of water. 2. Effective against: Water splashing against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effect, utilizing either: a) an oscillating fixture, or b) a spray nozzle with no shield. Test a) is conducted for 10 minutes. Test b) is conducted (without shield) for 5 minutes minimum. 3. Details: Oscillating tube: Test duration: 10 minutes, or spray nozzle (same as IPX3 spray nozzle with the shield removed).
Answered by: Bo Harman
Date published: 2018-08-10

is there active noise cancelling available?

Asked by: nstar9
Hi No, these headphones won't be released with Active Noise Cancelling. However, these are closed-back headphones and actually don't let that much sound through while in use, so these don't really need Active Noise Cancelling. This is even more apparent, when you consider the technology built in these headphones, called Talk-Thru. Pressing a button on the side of the headphones, which will lower the volume of music playing on your headphones, and activates 3 microphones in the headphones to amplify what a person within a short distance is saying. This is especially useful for athletes who train with a personal trainer/coach, for quick instructions. For more information about the UA Sport Wireless Train headphones, please contact our Customer Support
Answered by: Kay Harman
Date published: 2018-07-30

Why would I want to purchase the Rock edition over the UA version if they're so similar?

Asked by: CerTac

I do a lot of traveling. It says the mics are noise cancelation but are the headphones itself? I need something that cancels out the engine and noise

Asked by: DMOE
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