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    JBL Synchros E10 Review

    By Siddharth Parwatay | 21 Mar 2019

    Pros

    Well represented mids and highsTonal accuracy and decent soundstageFlat, tangle free cable

    Cons

    Falls short pure aural performanceNo spare tips

    Verdict

    The Synchros E10 has the typical JBL sound signature – well represented mids and highs with an over-load on bass. In terms of performance, it’s got what you would need – clarity, tonal accuracy and decent soundstage. Although, if you compare the E10 to a reference monitor level IEM you’ll find that the lower midrange is a little more enhanced than usual giving them a slightly warm sound signature. Overall, the Synchros is worth a look but maybe not your money.

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    JBL Synchros E10: Detailed Review

    The new Synchros E10 from JBL finds itself fitting snugly into a category that's growing fast– a category comprised of slightly above entry level IEMs designed for users who want to go beyond the EP630s and EM1s of the world. This is not such a segmented category globally, and elsewhere all of these headphones are clubbed under sub $50 range, but here in India this higher range of the entry level segment is gaining traction.

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    The Synchros E10 has the typical JBL sound signature – well represented mids and highs with an over-load on bass. In terms of performance, it’s got what you would need – clarity, tonal accuracy and decent soundstage. Although, if you compare the E10 to a reference monitor level IEM you’ll find that the lower midrange is a little more enhanced than usual giving them a slightly warm sound signature.

    In terms of features, it hits the right spots as well with its flat, tangle free cable and a see-through box that doubles as a carry case. But how does it hold up against the competition? Let's take the similarly named and priced SoundMagic E10M as a reference. Compared to it, the Synchros E10 falls slightly behind in terms of pure aural performance. The SoundMagic is a superior albeit more delicate headphone and hence there is a trade off. At the same time the Synchros doesn’t come with spare ear tips which was a bit of a downer.

    Overall though, The JBL Synchros E10 makes for an almost perfect substitute, hence we'd suggest you try it out before you buy it.

    Specifications:

    Driver size: 9 mm;
    Impedance: 32 ohms;
    Sensitivity: 105 dB SPL/V:
    Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 22 kHz
    Cable length: 1.2 m

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