JBL Tune600BTNC in Black – On Ear Active Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones – Headset w/ Built-In Microphone – 12hrs+ Wireless Streaming
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JBL Tune 600BTNC Wireless Bluetooth On-Ear Active Noise JBL Tune 600BTNC Wireless Bluetooth On-Ear Active Noise
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The JBL Tune 600BTNC headphone is a wireless device that offers an enjoyable audio experience. With a weight of 173 grams, it is lightweight and comfortable to wear, making it suitable for extended use. The headphone's sensitivity is 100 decibels, providing a clear and immersive sound quality. The JBLs sound expressive and confident throughout the frequency range. Billy Corgan’s vocal sounds reassuringly solid and expressive. As such, the JBL makes use of a technology that they imaginatively enough call Pure Bass Sound. The actual engineering that goes into this is not something that the company expands upon hugely (and given the very different technology that goes into the variety of products that are described as having it, it is reasonable to assume that it might be more than a single piece of engineering anyway) but the intention is to generate the ‘live’ bass effect that we have come to expect from many venues - not least because they often use hulking great JBL speakers.
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The fundamental character of the JBL doesn’t change with the move to wireless. This is still a headphone that wants to present music with a fundamentally positive spin. This works best when you play livelier sounding music with a bit of force to it. When you play more delicate material with real instruments some of the slight failings of the JBL are easier to determine. The tonality is pretty good but there is a congestion and compression to the midrange that robs them of some of the realism that they are capable of elsewhere.JBL clearly had mobile listeners in mind when they developed the Tune 600BTNC; not only are these headphones foldable, making them easy to stow away. They're lightweight too, tipping the scales at just 6.1oz / 173g. But the clearest indication these were made for people on the move is that they boast impressive battery life.