On Wednesday JBL, which is a high-end audio products manufacturer, launches new Live series headphones in India at a starting price of Rs.2499.
JBL launched five headphones under the new Live series. They have features like, Google assistant and Amazon Alexa assistant, TalkThru technology support and Ambient Aware. The headphones are-
- JBL Live 650BTNC Rs. 12,599.
- JBL Live 500BT Rs. 9,999.
- JBL Live 400BT Rs. 7,899.
- JBL Live 200BT Rs. 5,299.
- JBL Live 100 Rs. 2,499.
The JBL Live 650BTNC, JBL Live 500BT, and JBL Live 400BT headphones support Google assistant and Amazon Alexa assistant. Besides that, the headphones come with TalkThru technology support and Ambient Aware. However, the JBL Live 650BTNC is the only headphone among those that support active noise cancellation feature, but it does not have theTalkThru support and Ambient Aware.
The JBL Live 400BT headphones have an on-ear design. Where the JBL Live 200BT and JBL Live 100 have an in-ear design. The JBL Live 500BT and Live 650BTNC headphones sport an around-ear design.
The JBL Live 500BT lasts up to 30 hours, Live 400BT up to 24 hours, and Live 200BT will last up to 10 hours. The high-end model among these JBL Live series headphones, the JBL Live 650BTNC, provides the most significant backup. It can provide battery life up to 20 hours with the noise cancellation.
The Ambient Aware feature enables users to control the amount of background noise. The Talk Thru feature temporarily pauses the music on the touch of a button. By this feature, users can interact with someone without removing the headphones. To use the Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa users have to go on My JBL Headphones App. As we mentioned before all features are not available in all JBL Live series headphones.
Harman India Country Manager Pradeep Chaudhry told reporters,
“Smart headphones are the future of audio, and we will continue to lead this category with the new Live series. It will strongly reinforce Harman’s leadership in consumer audio technology in India and globally,”
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