The JBL Soundgear Sense are the first true wireless open-ear earbuds from the company. With JBL‘s OpenSound Technology, you can enjoy natural sound quality and air conduction without blocking your ears. It’s meant for active users who want to maintain a certain level of awareness while you’re outdoors.
This open-ear design features adjustable ear hooks and a detachable neckband for comfort and security. The Soundgear Sense are sweat-, dust-, and splash-resistant, thanks to its IP54 rating. The earbuds have 16.2mm drivers and a bass-enhancing algorithm to deliver JBL’s Signature Sound, even with the open-ear design.
The JBL Soundgear Sense also have four microphones for clear calls. And they support Bluetooth 5.3 and LE audio, which will be enabled by a firmware update soon. You can easily switch between your devices with multi-point connectivity.
The JBL Soundgear Sense will be available in black or white for Euro 149 at the end of September.
JBL Live 770NC and JBL Live 670NC
Now, if you just need a standard pair of headphones, JBL also launched the JBL Live 770NC and JBL Live 670NC noise-canceling headphones. These models are the successors of the popular JBL Live 660NC noise-canceling headphones.
These come with True Adaptive Noise Cancelling with Smart Ambient technology, which adjusts noise cancellation and ambient sound levels according to your preferences and surroundings. They come with Personi-Fi 2.0 technology that allows you to customize the sound profile to your preferences. And they come with JBL Spatial Sound and Signature Sound. The former gives you immersive, realistic audio, while the latter uses its 40mm dynamic drivers for clear and balanced audio.
You can expect up to an impressive 65 hours of playtime on a single charge, and a speed-charging feature that gives you up to four hours of playtime in just five minutes.
The JBL Live 770NC and JBL Live 670NC will be available in four colors: black, white, blue, and sandstone. You can buy them at the end of September for EUR 179 and EUR 129, respectively.
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