Connect with us


JBL Tour ONE and Pro+ : True Adaptive Noise Canceling, SilentNow and Smart Audio Mode

Both models Tour Series headphones that JBL has introduced at CES 2021 exhibition – overhead JBL ONE Tour and TWS-headphones JBL Tour Pro + – addressed to businessmen. Their Adaptive Ambient Aware and TalkThru features are said to provide high quality phone calls. For clarity of voice transmission, the overhead model received four, and the in-ear model received three microphones on each of the headphones.

Both new products work with voice assistants Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, both provide JBL Pro Sound and Adaptive Ambient Aware transparency mode. In addition to True Adaptive Noise Cancellation, JBL Tour ONE earbuds have a SilentNow function – one-click activates noise canceling without Bluetooth. In Smart Audio mode, Harman Tour ONE will select the Bluetooth communication algorithm for watching videos or listening to music.

The JBL Tour Pro + in-ear headphones received the function of fast Bluetooth-connection Fast Pair – contact occurs at the moment of removal from the charging case. Supports connection with two sources and fast switching between them. Dual Connect + Sync allows you to use both or one of the earbuds equally in all modes. Tour Pro + cases are IPX4 water and sweat resistant.

With noise canceling JBL Tour ONE will work on a single charge for 25 hours, without – twice as long. JBL Tour Pro + with a charging case will provide more than 30 hours of autonomy. On your own – 6 hours with active noise canceling and 8 hours without it.

Both JBL Tour models in black will be available from May 30, 2021. JBL Tour ONE is priced at $ 300 in the US and $ 200 for JBL Tour Pro +.

Click to comment

All TechWeek writers are indepentent and from many different countries. Some english misspelling and grammar mistakes may occur. Report article.


Latest news and reviews in hi-fi, home cinema and technology reviews, products, news, advice, videos and more, from around the world! All pictures and articles written on are owned by respective freelance authors. If you find a article that violates copywrite infringement, please report article here!