JBL continues its legacy of smart noise cancellation and holding the position nicest headphones. Recently they introduced the Tour series in addition to the Reflect series.
Updates to the JBL Live series with the addition of the new JBL Live Pro+, JBL Live 660NC, JBL Live 460NC, and the Live Free NC. Their scope runs from truly wireless earbuds to over-ear headphones, to on-ear headphones.
JBL bought their active noise canceling technology a few years ago, which allows buyers to listen to music without any disturbance. You can find it for yourself on all the new Live headphones as well the new Reflect Mini NC TWS.
JBL Live 660NC and 460 NC give the longest lifespan in terms of Battery. With 50 hours of total battery life each, The Live Pro+ has 7 hours (6 with ANC) with the carry case giving additional 21 hours of battery life.
The Spring JBL will start rolling these new headphones. The Live series updates will launch from March 14th, starting at $130 for the Live 560NC, $150 for the Live Free NC, $180 for the Live Pro+ in April. The Live 660NC will cost the most at $200 for a March release. The Reflect Mini NC TWS will be priced at $150.
JBL Tour One, a pair of over-ear noise-canceling headphones
JBL Tour Pro+, new true wireless in-ear headphones
Technologies including its JBL Pro Sound, Adaptive Ambient Aware, and TalkThru software will be included.
‘True Adaptive Noise Cancellation’ will be included in Tour One.
The company described ‘True Adaptive Noise Cancellation’ as a mode which “constantly monitors environmental sound and adapts to the perfect level of noise cancellation for the user’s environment, eliminating distractions in real-time.” It will be providing a choice of Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant on this for its users.
The JBL Tour series will be rolling out from May 30th. The Tour One will be the more expensive one at $299.95, compared to the Tour Pro+ which will cost $199.95.
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