Jbl tune 120tws đánh giá

New from JBL, the Tune 120TWS earphones have just been awarded the Red Dot Award for 2019. But with a whopping 16 hours of battery life & a $99 price tag, how vì chưng they fare?

JBL Tune 120TWS Review

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The Tune 120TWS follows on the heels of other true wireless models lượt thích the JBL Under Armour Flash and Endurance Peak. But this is the first JBL true wireless earphone lớn feature a price below $100.

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Design

The Tune 120TWS features a sleek và slim design with an ergonomic fit. They feel relatively lightweight when held in my giant hands. The earpieces feature a 4 hour battery life, with another 12 hours from the charging case. A short 15 minute charge results in an hour of play time.

Following the latest JBL headphones, the 120TWS also come with SIRI và Google Assistant functionality right out of the box.

Playback can be adjusted from the earpieces. Pausing, playing, and accepting phone calls all take place on the right earpiece, while the left controls track skipping.

Six pairs of eartips are included. There’s also a product manual, the charging case, and a necessary USB cable.

Call quality seems decent, though no more impressive than on any other true wireless model.

Inside each earpiece, a 5.8 mm dynamic driver handles sound quality.

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Light on accessories, heavy on sound.

Sound Quality

The JBL Tune 120TWS offers a fairly solid low over with just a little bit of punch. While not overwhelmingly detailed, there’s a good sense of definition for a true wireless earphone. And, while the bass response may seem a little underhanded, there’s still enough energy to impart life on most of my thử nghiệm tracks. Compared to lớn other wireless earphone options out there, this may not be the liveliest low kết thúc I’ve ever heard. But for JBL, this sound remains an impressive accomplishment.

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In the mids, vocals sound distinct, with only a small amount of compression. Surprisingly, there’s almost no distortion at play here, creating the impression of a very clean sound. Instrumentation sounds good too, but those vocals remains better-separated from surrounding notes and definitely steal the show in the mids.

Complimenting the lows & mids, the highs on the Tune 120TWS have a slight edge khổng lồ them. Not quite bright, but not quite peaky, either, this high end sports just enough sparkle to make highs sound special. That being said, the high end never sounds too harsh or uncomfortable. Instrumentation & vocals sound equally good here, and just a little emphasized while retaining a feeling of clarity & accuracy.

When it comes lớn the soundstage, the JBL Tune 120TWS struggles. However, this is fairly common for any true wireless earphone. In ear headphones rarely deliver solid soundstage, và the inherent compression in bluetooth không dây technology adds to this drawback. Still, there’s a good sense of depth here, và while the soundstage may feel unduly narrow, the dynamics still feel solid, with relatively low lows and high highs giving the 120TWS some room to lớn breathe.

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Relatively small-ish, especially when compared khổng lồ its predecessor, the JBL Endurance PEAK.

Recommendations

If you need an inexpensive true wireless earphone that won’t cost an arm and a leg – while also delivering solid audio, it’s hard to lớn not recommend the JBL Tune 120TWS. At $99, this earphone edges out much of it’s competition. Furthermore, the solid fit và feel, along with the 16-hour total battery life, go a long way in imparting a feeling of quality.

But if you’re the kind of person who needs to lớn exercise a lot, or who really wants an earphone to survive end-of-world scenarios, the JBL Under Armour Flash True Wireless earphones may be more khổng lồ your liking. Slightly more bassy, this mã sản phẩm also features aluminum housings for a more rugged build. At $169, it’s more expensive, too.

Still, for the discerning listener, I would recommend a higher-fidelity option from Audio Technica (like the ATH-CK7TW at $249) or Sennheiser (like the Momentum TW – the current Sultan of Sound when it comes lớn true wireless).

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Headphone Dungeon Score

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I hereby decree the JBL Tune 120TWS as having achieved a four skull rating on headphone Dungeon’s trusty skullometer. Sure, it’s not the best thing you’ll ever put in your ears. But for the price, you’re going to lớn have a hard time beating this sound & the accompanying features.

Update:  If you’re looking for the best true wireless earbuds on a budget, check out our review of the new Strauss & Wagner SW-TW401 earphones!