JBL, the audio electronics company, extended its lineup of user personal audio with 4 fresh goods. The lineup comprises JBL Free (wireless earbuds similar to that of Apple AirPods), JBL E65BTNC (noise-cancelling technology for the wireless headphone along with “over the ear” design), JBL Soundgear, and JBL Jr (headphones aimed for children).
JBL Free, the cordless earbuds, offers 24 Hours of mutual use, giving nonstop music for almost 4 Hours with 20 Hours of backup energy from the charging case, as per the firm. In addition to this, JBL Free has an in-built microphone. JBL Free will be accessible at particular retail stores in White and Black starting from next month.
Integrated with Bluetooth 4.1 tech, JBL E65BTNC provides high-quality audio and good bass in Bluetooth mode for almost 24 Hours of play time. The E65BTNC headphone can be completely charged in 2 Hours and works for 15 Hours with lively noise cancelling turned on. The headphones come with a form-fitting ear cushions and fabric, soft headband for relaxed fit.
The JBL Soundgear comes with Signature Sound of JBL and is developed to be placed around the neck. JBL Soundgear links via Bluetooth to smartphones and is wireless. Users can also link to headsets compatible with virtual reality such as the Google Daydream View and Samsung Gear VR. The device has a system of dual-microphone conferencing with noise and echo cancelling tech. The JBL SoundGear will be accessible for buying from next month.
JBL Jr is particularly developed for children. The JBL Jr range comprises both wireless and wired models particularly developed for kids of age 3 to 10. The Safe Sound feature of JBL guarantees volume does not cross out at 85dB, keeping volume at secure levels. In addition to this, the ear cups with 3D axis rotation automatically regulate to ear sizes of children to make an ideal seal. The JBL JR300 and JBL JR300BT will be accessible for buying from next month. The JBL JR300BT headphones come in 2 color variations—the Rocker Blue and the Punky Pink.