JBL has launched its newest line of sports and lifestyle headphones, which feature true wireless and noise cancellation features.
The JBL Reflect Mini NC TWS is equipped with 6mm drivers that have a driver sensitivity of 97dB. It connects via Bluetooth 5.1 with each earbud supporting independent connectivity. The JBL Reflect Mini NC TWS has an IPX7 rating and is advertised to have a playtime of 21 hours.
Next up is the JBL Endurance Peak II. It delivers JBL’s Pure Bass sound accompanied by 30 hours of combined battery life. The device has 10mm drivers and a frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz. Additionally, it comes with touch-sensitive panels for controls and built with an ergonomic fit and sweatproof/waterproof design.
The UA True Wireless Streak is designed with Sport Flex Fit ear tips, providing comfort and security, which was tested by athletes, according to JBL. It features Bionic Hearing features that can quickly switch from conversation to the ambient sounds around and can run for 18 hours along with its charging case.
The JBL Live 460NC on-ear headphones and JBL Live 660NC are equipped with 40mm drivers tuned to JBL’s signature sound. They feature adaptive noise cancellation and smart ambient controls. Overall, they are advertised to run a total of 50 hours with their ANC turned off.
The JBL Tune 510BT on-ear headphones and JBL Tune 660NC are noted for their superior bass sound according to JBL. They have 40 hours of playtime with its ANC turned on, as well as Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity with Siri or Google devices.
The JBL Live Pro+ TWS earbuds and the JBL Live Free NC+ TWS in-ear headphones give a playback time of 28 and 21 hours, respectively. Both designs feature touch and voice assistant control with Bluetooth support. In addition, the JBL Live Pro+ TWS support Qi wireless charging along with fast charging capability.
The JBL Tune 225 TWS is equipped with 12mm drivers with a sensitivity of 105dB. It connects via Bluetooth 5.0 and is advertised to 25 hours of playback time. Last but not least is the JBL Tune 115 TWS. It features a Dual connect that allows independent use on each earbud that provides JBL’s Pure Bass with its 5.8mm drivers. Moreover, it is advertised to last for 21 hours with a charging rate of 2 hours from an empty battery.
Check out the prices of JBL’s newest audio products below.
• JBL Reflect Mini NC TWS – PHP 8,299
• JBL Endurance Peak II – PHP 6,999
• UA True Wireless Streak – PHP 8,499
• JBL Live 460NC – PHP 6,999
• JBL Live 660NC – PHP 10,999
• JBL Tune 510BT – PHP 3,299
• JBL Tune 660NC – PHP 5,599
• JBL Live Pro+ TWS – PHP 9,199
• JBL Live Free NC+ TWS – PHP 8,599
• JBL Tune 225 TWS – PHP 7,199
• JBL Tune 115 TWS – PHP 4,699
All items except for the JBL Endurance Peak II will be available in all JBL stores, authorized dealers, and online stores by the second week of June.