JBL is launching a torrent of audio devices. From speakers to true wireless earbuds. In addition, today JBL launched the new JBL TUNE series. Via a news release on Harman’s website, the company introduced the TUNE series.
The TUNE series is optimized for music listening and making calls. Also, the new series will consist of two on-ear models, the JBL Tune 660NC and the JBL Tune 510BT. In addition, there will be two in-ear models, the JBL Tune 215BT and the JBL Tune 125BT.
Each model includes JBL Pure Bass sound and they can all stream music, podcasts and calls wirelessly using Bluetooth 5.0. As a result, the TUNE series will bring sound quality to new levels and provide incredible ease of use. In addition, the new series also supports multi-point connection allowing users to easily switch between Bluetooth devices.
The JBL Tune 660NC and 510BT are designed to last all day both boasting up to 35 hours of battery life. However, the JBL Tune 215BT and 125BT each offer up to 16 hours of battery life. 16 hours of battery life is still impressive and should serve a lot of customers just fine.
All of the models offer “Speed Charge” to charge the battery quickly in a pinch. The on-ear headphones can be charged for five minutes to get 1-2 hours of playback time. The in-ear headphones only need 15 minutes to get a quick 1-2 hours worth of playback time.
All models will feature an ergonomic design. As a result, consumers can listen for long periods of time without experiencing any discomfort. Both the JBL TUNE 660NC and JBL TUNE 510BT come equipped with comfort-fit earcups and are easy to fold for travel.
The JBL TUNE series offers great features for reasonable prices
Whereas, the JBL TUNE 215BT and JBL TUNE 125BT sport tangle-free flat cables and magnetic earbuds for easy cord management.
The features for the JBL TUNE 660NC are JBL Pure Bass Sound, Active Noise Cancelling, Bluetooth 5.0, 55 hours total battery life(44 hours with Noise Cancelling), Speed Charge (5 minutes charging = 2 hours of playback), multi-point connection, hands-free calls, and supports voice assistants.
Now, the JBL TUNE 660NC will be available via JBL.com on March 14 and cost $99.95. They will be available in black, blue, or white.
As for The JBL TUNE 510BT, it has the same impressive list of features with a couple of differences. Firstly, Battery life will be rated at 40 hours instead of 55 hours. Secondly, this model does not offer the Active Noise Cancelling of its big brother.
As a result, customers will have to rely on passive noise cancelling. Also, available on March 14 via JBL.com this model will cost just $49.95 and be available in black, blue, or white.
The JBL TUNE 215BT features are JBL Pure Bass Sound, Bluetooth 5.0, 16 hours of battery life, Speed Charge (10 minutes of charging = 1 hour of playback), multi-point connection, hands-free calling, a tangle-free flat cable, comfort-fit earbuds, and support for voice assistants.
The JBL TUNE 215BT will be available on March 14 as well for $39.95. Shoppers can grab these from JBL.com in either black or white colours.
Lastly, the JBL TUNE 125BT offers the same features as its in-ear sibling with one difference. These also include magnet earbuds for easy cable management. However, they will cost the same at $39.95. On March 14 customers can head to JBL.com to grab these in either black or white.