JBL Free Truly-Wireless In-Ear Headphones comes with the price tag of Rs. 9,999
JBL Free Truly-Wireless: A pair of wireless earphones, made to cancel Apple AirPods and Bose SoundSport, the JBL Free has been promised to deliver around 24 hours of joint utilization on one charge. They’re touted to align using a regular busy lifestyle to provide wire-free calls and audio playback while on the go. The JBL Free has a cost of Rs. 9,999 and are readily available for sale via the Harman Audio online store, different retail and online stores, and 350 key Samsung brand shops throughout the nation.
Originally showcased at IFA 2017, the JBL Free earbuds attribute 5.6millimeter drivers which have a frequency response between 10Hz and 22KHz. There are a JBL Signature Sound technologies that are claimed to give an intuitive, smart sound experience. The earphones have a smart charging instance that provides more than 20 hours of electricity together with a 15-minute fast control technology which provides an hour of audio playback. Separately, the earphones deliver constant listening to as many as four hours.
Concerning ergonomics, the JBL Free Truly-Wireless includes three ear-tip sizes and 2 silicone sleeve dimensions. Users may even interchange ear-tips and whistles to get nine different dimensions combinations. The earphones possess an IPX5-certified layout for resisting splashes of water and perspiration.
“JBL Free really steps up the listening experience using its exceptional sound, flexibility and sleek looks. The cord-free earbuds encourage music fans and executives to split up from cables and neckbands for really unrestricted movement. We’re eager to present the brand new canister headset to grow their busy lifestyle, provide them high-quality sound as well as also the freedom to experience sound in an entirely new manner,” said Sumit Chauhan, Vice President – Lifestyle Audio, Harman India, in a statement announcing that the new launching.
Unfortunately, the sound is my least favorite aspect of the JBL Free. JBL usually makes decent earphones, but these sounded like a cheap pair. The first and most significant problem is that the volume just isn’t loud enough. These earphones will work great for podcasts or as background music, but if you really want to listen to a song at a high volume, the JBL Free might not do. I also found the bass on these earphones to be lacking; if you’re looking for that bassy JBL sound, you might be disappointed. The same can be said for the mids, while the treble is a little too bright.
The compromised sound on truly wireless headphones isn’t that surprising. The technology just isn’t there yet. But there is something liberating about wearing buds that are completely free from any wires. In this aspect, the JBL Free is a fun purchase.