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JBL’s $80 Headphones are Seriously Sharp

If variety is the spice of life, then JBL is that same spice when it comes to listening options, especially headphones. The audio company has a long list of options across a whole range of possibilities, each with its own features and capabilities. So telling you about yet another JBL headphone can be an intimidating prospect. So instead, let’s explain a whole new range of headphones—the JBL Tune Range.

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Jbl tune range Active Noise Cancellation

The JBL Tune Range consists of four new wireless headphones—the JBL Tune 510BT, Tune 710BT, Tune 660NC, and Tune 760NC. Each comes with integrated Voice Assistants and Active Noise Cancelation. The 510BT and 610BT come with Bluetooth options that let you eliminate any cords to keep life that much more simple.

They also feature JBL’s Pure Bass for a more immersive experience. You can also avail yourself of hands-free calling and access to your voice assistant. The 510BT offers 35 hours of battery life while the 610BT impresses with 50 hours.

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If “BT” hints at the headphone’s ability to use Bluetooth, then the “NC” of the 660NC and 760NC must refer to the noise cancellation feature of these headphones. Both headphones feature up to 35 hours of battery life and offer JBL’s Pure Bass in addition to the Active Noise Cancellation.

“The Tune Series has been designed for those who want impressive features and performance in their headphones, but don’t want to spend a lot of money on them. You get JBL quality and Pure Bass sound from these Bluetooth headphones and some offer active noise cancelation but at a sharp price that won’t break the budget,” stated Marcus Fry, the General Manager of Harman AUNZ.

What is that sharp price? Starting the prices out is the Tune 510BT at $79.95, followed by the 710BT at $129.95. The 660NC rings in at $149.95, and the 760BT closes things out at $199.95.

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