JBL TUNE 750BTNC Wireless Headphones Review

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Summary

The JBL Tune 750BTNC is a reliable and affordable package for those who want to use their home theater without the hassle. The sound quality of these speakers satisfies my ears, as well as look great sitting on any shelf or table in your living room!

Pros

  • Good sound quality
  • Comfortable design
  • Strong active noise cancelation

Cons

  • Average battery life
  • No waterproofing
  • No Bluetooth 5 support

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JBL TUNE 750BTNC Overview

JBL is a popular name in the world of headphones and Bluetooth speakers, but it’s no surprise that they’ve released another superior set for us to enjoy. The new JBL Live Tune 750BTNC will take over as our top pick – specifically, because we expect them not only to deliver stellar sound quality without breaking your bank account at $150 on Amazon or elsewhere online today!

You would be hard-pressed to find a better pair of headphones for the price. They’ve been used in workouts and on commutes, but we liked them best when listening back to old songs from our metadata library because it brings us closer together as listeners – like family!

Price and availability

You don’t have to pay full price for these already budget-friendly noise-canceling headphones! At the time of writing, they’re selling for $99 on the US JBL website. If you want some pretty stylish looking cans that sound good too then look no further than this set from Jbl – four different colors (black/blue/coral) are available including a white model which takes cues straight out Apple’s ‘school’ if design… so many hints apparently aren’t enough?

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Design

The JBL Tune 750BTNC headphones don’t feel cheap or flimsy at all; in fact, these plastic earbuds give off a sense of safety and security because you know they won’t break easily. Their only downfall is when their hinges become exposed while we manipulate them (or fold up for storage).

The headphones look and feel like they’ve got a sturdy construction, but don’t come with any storage case so you’ll want to pick up something if that’s an issue for your personal style. They are lightweight enough not only when sitting on my desk at home listening through them passively as well as wearing them out in public during walks around town or running errands where I have no need of sound blasting from these babies too loudly (though there is a volume dial built into the cord). The fabric ear cups ensure comfort while using this device over extended periods – which can be crucial since most people listen longer than read texts aloud!

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The JBL Tune 750BTNC is not designed for outdoor use. The fact that there is no IP-based waterproofing and it’s only resistant to light rain makes me worry about an occasional downpour making its way into the speakers, but if you’re just taking your daily commute or working out at home then these will be fine with minimal exposure in wet conditions!

The JBL Tune 750BTNC earbuds are designed with the active, on-the-go person in mind. It has physical controls that can be easily reached without needing to remove your hand from whatever device or application you’re using at any given time!

The power button doubles as Bluetooth pairing so there’s never an issue of losing the connection between yourself and these headphones when switching back again if needed – another huge benefit for travelers who frequently switch between devices while out exploring new territory (or even just traveling).

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Features and battery life

The JBL Tune 750BTNC only support Bluetooth 4.2 rather than the latest standard, which might not sound like a huge issue but it means that besides having shorter pairing distances and less power-consuming features (like noise cancelation), these headphones also won’t offer you as much battery life either at about 15 hours with noise canceling turned on or 22 is switched off by default -not great considering their price range!

The JBL Tune 750BTNCs are a pair of affordable headphones that come with good active noise cancelation. They’re not perfect, but you can get by for Bluetooth listening on these bad boys and they’ll last up to 30 hours when in use before needing juice again! However, there’s no USB-C support so it requires an hour-long charge time from your phone or computer (which also means two). If none else cares about this detail then go ahead–I’m sure we have something here for everyone 🙂

The JBL Tune 750BTNC also offers something called ‘Multi-Port Connection’, which means you can connect to two devices at the same time. Plus with handsfree call support and an all-important voice assistant button that lets you summon Google Assistant or Siri whenever is convenient for you, there’s no limit on what kind of adventures this speaker will take you into!

It’s a shame that these headphones don’t come with any app support, and it seems like you’ll have to rely on the My JBL Headphone App for tweaks. There was no mention of this during purchase so we were all kind of thrown by surprise when they pointed out in their listing there won’t be an equalizer or anything else such as sound customization options available through apps (at least not until more updates).

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Audio quality

The JBL Tune 750BTNC speakers are perfect for playing music that needs to be played loud, like The Cardigans. They have the punchy sound you want in your car or around other people who don’t care about quality audio-use them with something softer at home!

The clarity of sound is excellent on the JBL tune 750btnc, but it’s not just about quality. I can hear every instrument in Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” with no hints or harshness at all!

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The JBL Tune 750BTNC is perfect for those who want to listen without any distractions, whether it be from outside noise or just your favorite tunes. These headphones have active noise cancelation so you can feel suitably ensconced within the sanctuary of these cans and hear everything clearly with a warm presentation that won’t leave anyone disappointed in their sound quality!

While these headphones have some flaws, the JBL Tune 750BTNC still sounds great for those who don’t want to tweak their settings. With no app support and a standard SBC codec that might bug audiophiles or gamers, this product won’t be able to meet everyone’s needs– but at its price point, it does offer one size fits all convenience nonetheless!

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Conclusion

Despite its shortcomings, the JBL Tune 750BTNC is an easy recommendation to make. They sound good and feel comfortable in your ears while offering noise cancellation so even if it’s not adaptive like our pricier favorites- Sony WH1000XM3 -you’ll still be satisfied with what these headphones have on offer for their price point!

The JBL Tune 750BTNCs are a great buy for those looking to spend less than many other headphones. These in-ears offer an excellent quality listening experience that will not break your bank account and can compete with higher-priced models when it comes down to sound performance, comfortability, or even looks!

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