JBL LIVE wireless headphone series launched in India, prices starts at Rs 2,499

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JBL, a pioneer in the audio products has launched its new wireless headphones series. Dubbed as JBL LIVE, the range includes five new pair of headphones. The price range starts from Rs 2,499 and got up to Rs 12,599. Let’s talk about these new JBL earphones below. 

JBL Live Wireless Headphones – Features & Specifications 

JBL has launched five new wireless headphones adding to its offering in India. The LIVE series launched in India includes LIVE 100, LIV 200BT, LIVE 400BT, LIVE 500BT, LIVE 650BTNC. Note that the LIVE 100 is not a wireless headphone. Out of five, the four headphones are wireless. 

There is a pair for each type of music enthusiast out there. If you enjoy wired connectivity, there LIVE 100, while if you’re someone who prefers in-ear wireless experience, the LIVE 200BT is designed for you. Onwards LIVE 400BT, they are all on-ear/around-ear headphones. 

All the Bluetooth headphones are designed to offer long battery life starting from up to 10 hours on LIVE 100 to 30 hours on Around-ear models. There is an active noise canceling feature on the highest model, dubbed as 650BTNC. 

The three headphones in the range offer Google Assistant and Alexa assistant support over voice command. While the company’s proprietary technology – Ambient aware and TalkThru is available on two models -400BT and 500BT. 

The My JBL headphone app can be used to control the over-ear headphone models in the range announced today. They are also equipped with touch control features like volume and special feature modes. 

Designed with an aluminum finish these JBL LIVE headphones teased to offer a stylish look. What do you guys think of these headphones? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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