The America based loudspeaker and associated electronics manufacturer company, JBL has introduced a new wireless earphone called JBL free and has been launched in India by Samsung-owned company, Harman International, earlier this week.
Priced at Rs. 9,999, the earphone is powered by Signature Sound technology that would produce an intuitive, intelligent sound experience. It comes with 5.6mm drivers that have a frequency response between 10Hz and 22 KHz. Furthermore, it is equipped with a smart charging case that provides over 20 hours of power along with a 15-minute quick charge feature that boosts the music playback by an hour.
The ergonomics of the earphone is designed with three ear-tip sizes and two silicone sleeve sizes which allow the users to interchange ear-tips and sleeves for nine different size combinations. Additionally, the earphones also have an IPX5-certified design for resisting splashes of water and sweat. JBL Free earphones have Bluetooth connectivity with support for A2DP v1.3; AVRCP v1.6, HFP v1.6, and HSP v1.2.which offer a cross-platform experience.
JBL is taking steps to improve the listening experience with its superior sound, versatility and sleek looks and the cord-free ear buds encourage music lovers and executives to break up from wires and neckbands for truly unrestricted movement.
“We are excited to introduce the new in-ear headphone to add to their active lifestyle, give them high-quality audio and the freedom to experience audio in a completely new way”, said Sumit Chauhan, Vice President - Lifestyle Audio, Harman India, in a statement .