JBL TUNE 510BT: 2021 Update for the wireless on-ear headphones

BL TUNE 510BT

HARMAN , a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics , specializing in the development of technologies for the automotive, consumer and corporate markets, is presenting an update to the JBL TUNE wireless headphones line – models 510BT and 660BTNC . Retaining the form factor, the new items received a modern Bluetooth 5.0 protocol , a USB-C charging connector and significantly increased autonomy.

JBL TUNE 660BTNC wireless on-ear headphones

Both are charged with JBL’s signature sound with Pure Bass Technology , which infuses bass with richer, fuller bass while maintaining optimum overall balance. Headphones connect to sources via Bluetooth wireless technology and support simultaneous connection with multiple devices. The fast charge function will fully replenish energy reserves in just a couple of hours, and 5 minutes from the wall will add two additional hours of work.

JBL TUNE 510BT wireless on-ear headphones

The built-in battery on both models guarantees up to 35 hours of non-stop music playback. You can extend the operating time of the JBL TUNE 660BTNC up to 48 hours by turning off the active noise canceling system. If the charge is still at zero, the included wire will be useful for connection.

 

JBL TUNE 510BT wireless on-ear headphones

The older model JBL TUNE 660BTNC is equipped with active noise cancellation technology to filter out extraneous sounds and allows you to be alone with the music at any time. Function Google Fast Pair provides instant connection to a smartphone that is running All Android . You can control music in both models without taking your phone out of your pocket: on the right cup, there are volume control and stop / resume buttons. The built-in microphone will help you not to miss an important call while listening to your favorite tracks.

JBL TUNE 510BT wireless on-ear headphones

Both models are available in four soothing colors ( black, white, pink and blue ) to suit any look.

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