JBL introduced three models of long-playing TWS headphones
Harman, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, has shown several JBL all-wireless headphones at IFA 2020 in Berlin. New items are presented within the Live, Reflect, and Tune lines. Each of them has distinctive features and is focused on different use cases.
JBL Live Free NC+ headphones have an active noise reduction system and Smart Ambient technology that helps you stay in touch with your surroundings. The case supports wireless charging according to the Qi standard, and the total working time in conjunction with the case reaches 21 hours. Other features of the headphones include touch control, fast connection to the source, support for voice assistants, an IPX7-protected case, and the ability to use the headphones separately from each other.
The Reflect Mini TWS sports headphones also support active noise reduction and Smart Ambient technology. They use special elastic stops made of water-resistant material that provide a secure fit in the ear under any active loads for a long time. The case is protected from water according to the IPX7 standard. The built-in battery is designed for 7 hours of continuous music playback, and when recharged from the case, the headphones will work for up to 21 hours.
The JBL Tune 225TWS features 12mm dynamic drivers with Pure Bass technology. In comparison with the predecessors of the Tune line, they have increased battery life - up to 5 hours and up to 25 in total with a case. Each earphone can be used separately.
Prices and timing of new products on sale will be announced later.