Along with three new Bluetooth wireless speakers, JBL also added a bunch of new wireless earbuds and wireless headphones to its portfolio. The refreshed lineup includes the JBL Reflect Flow Pro, JBL Tune 130NC, and JBL Tune 230NC Bluetooth earbuds. Plus, there’s an over-ear headset—JBL Quantum 350—which is tailored for gamers. Let us have a look at their design and specifications.
JBL Reflect Flow Pro Specifications
JBL Reflect Flow Pro is an ideal companion for your workouts. JBL claims that these earbuds are comfortably light and offer a snug fit. The buds are rated IP68 to withstand water, sweat, and dust. It also plays nice with Google and Alexa to offer hands-free operation.
Each earbud holds a 6.8mm driver. These earphones connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth 5.0. The Reflect Flow Pro is compatible with Google Fast Pair. The onboard touch control enables you to play or pause music without having to reach for your smartphone. It has six microphones for ANC (Adaptive Noise Cancelling). Plus, there’s a Smart Ambient option that keeps you aware of the surroundings during your jog.
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On a single charge, the earbuds offer up to 10 hours of playback. The carry case holds enough power to juice up the earbuds for additional 20 hours of playtime. The Reflect Flow Pro has a USB Type-C port for charging and supports quick charge tech capable of topping up an hour worth of battery in just 10 minutes.
JBL Tune 230NC Specifications
The JBL Tune 230NC earbuds feature a stem design and are rated IPX4 for water resistance. These earphones pack in 5.8mm drivers tuned for bass-heavy sound. JBL claims that its onboard four-microphone setup ensures clear calls and ANC (Active Noise Cancellation).
The earphones come with a silicone tip for a secure fit. The buds feature onboard touch controls. These hook up to your phone or tablet via Bluetooth 5.2. The Tune 230NC is compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa.
As per the company, these buds offer 40 hours of playtime. You get up to 10 hours on a single charge, whereas the carry case provides 30 hours worth of charge.
JBL Tune 130NC Specifications
The more affordable earbuds in this lot, the Tune 130NC houses 10mm drivers. JBL has baked in four microphones to ensure clear calls and ANC (Active Noise Cancellation). These buds come with onboard touch controls. It links up with your phone or tablet over Bluetooth 5.2 with support for Google Fast Pair technology.
Going by the press material, the Tune 130NC offers a combined playtime of up to 40 hours. You can expect up to 10 hours of music playback from the tiny battery inside the buds. The carry case has enough capacity to charge the buds thrice.
JBL Quantum 350 Specifications
The Quantum 350 is made for gamers who want to get rid of those messy wires. As per JBL, these over-ear headphones feature a lightweight body with memory foam cushions. Each cup holds 40mm drivers to deliver immersive sound. More importantly, it can even pick up the teeny sound of footsteps that can provide an edge in competitive gaming.
The Quantum 350 is Discord-certified and comes with a detachable boom mic. To ensure low latency transmission, the headset connects over 2.4GHz RF wireless via dongle. JBL offers a companion PC programme that enables users to fine-tune settings. The headset offers up to 22-hour battery life on a single charge. It comes with quick charge tech that provides an hour’s playback time in just five minutes.
JBL Reflect Flow Pro, JBL Tune 130NC, JBL Tune 230NC, Quantum 350 Price and Availability
The JBL Reflect Flow Pro is priced at €179, and it is available for purchase in the US and Europe starting today. The JBL Tune 230NC and Tune 130NC are priced at €99 each. Both these wireless earbuds will hit the stores in October 2021. The gaming-oriented JBL Quantum 350 headset is available for purchase for €119.