Best JBL Bluetooth Wireless Headphones in India

Best JBL Bluetooth Wireless Headphones in India

In the Indian audio market, JBL has established its presence by delivering great products with a sound signature that appeals to the Indian masses. JBL’s Signature Sound and JBL Pure Bass, as the brand calls their sound signature, is a really bass-forward sound signature that sits well with the genres of music that are popular in the country, like Bollywood, rock, and pop. Another reason for JBL’s wireless headphones being popular in India is the balance that they strike between great performance and features along with battery life that would put many others to shame. Due to their popularity, JBL has increased its offerings in India, with the brand offering high-end products like the JBL Tour One, mid-rangers like JBL Live 660NC, JBL Live 650BTNC, and budget products like the JBL Tune 510BT and JBL Tune 710BT. Finding the perfect headphones for you in this lot can be a task. So, here’s a list of the best JBL Bluetooth wireless headphones in India. This list has options across budgets, so all the bases are essentially covered here

  • 1.

JBL Tour One M2

Specs Score
8.3/10
Playback Time: 50 Hours
Frequency Range: 20Hz – 20kHz
Dimensions: 22 x 11 x 16
Features & Specs
8.3
Performance
8.3
Design
8.4
Value
8.8
PROS:
  • Soft padding and materials used to make it great for extended use
  • Sound signature favours popular musical genres in India
  • ANC is great for the price
CONS:
  • Microphone could be made to work better in challenging conditions

  • 2.
Playback Time: 25 hours
Dimensions: 8.08 x 3.11 x 8.78

  • 3.
Playback Time: 40 Hours
Frequency Range: 20 Hz – 20 kHz

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  • 4.
Playback Time: 50 Hours
Dimensions: ‎20.5 x 6.2 x 22.3

  • 5.
Frequency Range: 20Hz – 20kHz
Dimensions: 21 x 5 x 22

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Satvik Pandey

Satvik Pandey

Satvik Pandey, is a self-professed Steve Jobs (not Apple) fanboy, a science & tech writer, and a sports addict. At Digit, he works as a Deputy Features Editor, and manages the daily functioning of the magazine. He also reviews audio-products (speakers, headphones, soundbars, etc.), smartwatches, projectors, and everything else that he can get his hands on. A media and communications graduate, Satvik is also an avid shutterbug, and when he's not working or gaming, he can be found fiddling with any camera he can get his hands on and helping produce videos – which means he spends an awful amount of time in our studio. His game of choice is Counter-Strike, and he's still attempting to turn pro. He can talk your ear off about the game, and we'd strongly advise you to steer clear of the topic unless you too are a CS junkie. View Full Profile

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