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JBL Tune 750BTNC wireless Bluetooth noise cancelling headphones in black for £71.99 delivered using code @ eBay / Currys
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JBL Tune 750BTNC wireless Bluetooth noise cancelling headphones in black for £71.99 delivered using code @ eBay / Currys

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This is a good price with the discount, as these RRP at £119.99 from the JBL shop. Use the code PANORAMA for the 10% off.

JBL headphones are manufactured by Harman Audio, which also make industry leading AKG headphones. They are the 'budget' option of a high-end producer, and so are very decent for the price. They sound great, they look stylish, the ANC actually works, and they have a pretty good battery life at 22 hours without ANC or 15 hours with ANC.

The only real complaints these get is that they are slightly uncomfortable for those with bigger ears, so not for prolonged use.

"Immerse yourself in your music with the JBL Tune 750BTNC Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones. You'll enjoy the deep, powerful JBL bass sound, and you can listen wirelessly by connecting to Bluetooth.

Plus, you'll be able to focus on your music without distraction, thanks to active noise-cancelling.

With up to 15 hours of battery life, you can get a whole day's use from the headphones on a single charge. And when you do need a full recharge, it only takes 2 hours.

Want pick a new playlist or check the weather? Just ask Siri or Google Assistant. Or use the buttons on the earcup to skip tracks, adjust the volume, and pick up calls.

The JBL Tune 750BTNCHeadphones are foldable, so you can easily fit them in your bag.
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Specification
  • MPN: JBLT750BTNCBLK
  • Compatible voice assistant: - Google Assistant - Siri
  • Control compatibility: All smartphones
  • Volume control: Yes
  • Control positioning: Earcup
  • Remote control: Yes
  • Microphone: Yes
  • Colour: Black
  • Type: Over-ear
  • Sensitivity: 100 dB
  • Maximum input power: 40 mW
  • Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 32 Ohms
  • Speaker diameter: 40 mm
  • Driver type: Neodymium drivers
  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.2
  • Bluetooth / wireless range: 10 m
  • Jack: 3.5 mm jack
  • Weight: 220 g
  • Box contents: - JBL Tune 750BTNC Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones - USB cable - 3.5 mm cable - User guide
  • Manufacturer’s guarantee: 2 years
  • Active noise-cancelling: Yes
  • Passive noise-isolating: Yes
  • Charging method: USB
  • Charging time: 2 hours
  • Battery: Internal Lithium-Polymer
  • Battery life: Up to 15 hours
  • Earpad / ear tip material: Faux leather & memory foam
  • Type of earcup: Fold-flat tiltable earcups
  • Foldable: Yes
  • Single-sided cable: Yes
  • Cable length: 1.2 m
  • Detachable cable: Yes
  • Acoustic system: Closed
  • Height (mm): 40
  • Width (mm): 205
  • Depth (mm): 225
  • Weight Grams: 220
  • SKU: 851118
  • UID: 10204614


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8 Comments
Bluetooth 4.2, no Aptx...these were good in their day, and sound quality is undisputed, but as a bluetooth headset they lack the feature set that modern cans offer at a fraction of the price
ssouthall618/06/2020 03:45

Bluetooth 4.2, no Aptx...these were good in their day, and sound quality …Bluetooth 4.2, no Aptx...these were good in their day, and sound quality is undisputed, but as a bluetooth headset they lack the feature set that modern cans offer at a fraction of the price


Any recommendations - at a fraction of the price? Have been monitoring all the deals over the last several weeks.

I did consider the JBL Tune 660 BTNC at Argos for £50 which are exactly the same spec as the more expensive JBL Tune 600 BTNC (£90).

Main usage would be for watching movies - and hopefully cutting out neighbour noise.
SirHugo18/06/2020 11:33

Any recommendations - at a fraction of the price? Have been monitoring all …Any recommendations - at a fraction of the price? Have been monitoring all the deals over the last several weeks.I did consider the JBL Tune 660 BTNC at Argos for £50 which are exactly the same spec as the more expensive JBL Tune 600 BTNC (£90).Main usage would be for watching movies - and hopefully cutting out neighbour noise.


I would look out for headphones with aptX LL (low latency) codec — made for films and gaming.

amazon.co.uk/Ava…YDI
Akira_Cat18/06/2020 11:40

I would look out for headphones with aptX LL (low latency) codec — made f …I would look out for headphones with aptX LL (low latency) codec — made for films and gaming. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Avantree-Wireless-Headphones-Comfortable-Bluetooth-Black-Brown/dp/B01A0EAYDI


Thanks
SirHugo18/06/2020 11:33

Any recommendations - at a fraction of the price? Have been monitoring all …Any recommendations - at a fraction of the price? Have been monitoring all the deals over the last several weeks.I did consider the JBL Tune 660 BTNC at Argos for £50 which are exactly the same spec as the more expensive JBL Tune 600 BTNC (£90).Main usage would be for watching movies - and hopefully cutting out neighbour noise.


I've settled on two- the Avantree Aria is more expensive but a brilliant set of headphones.

For a cheaper option TaoTronics do some quite good ones - hotukdeals.com/dea…952 is particularly good. The ANC is the same as in Sony's WD-1000XM3 (I owned both so I recognise it very clearly) and the synchronization is accurate. It doesn't claim to support aptX LL, but does!


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ssouthall618/06/2020 12:28

I've settled on two- the Avantree Aria is more expensive but a brilliant …I've settled on two- the Avantree Aria is more expensive but a brilliant set of headphones.For a cheaper option TaoTronics do some quite good ones - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/taotronics-55-bluetooth-headphones-aptx-bt-50-usb-c-anc-cvc-80-6999-3486952 is particularly good.


Thanks - I'll have a look at these. Avantree isn't a brand I've come across before - but also recommended by Akira_Cat in the previous post.
SirHugo18/06/2020 13:48

Thanks - I'll have a look at these. Avantree isn't a brand I've come …Thanks - I'll have a look at these. Avantree isn't a brand I've come across before - but also recommended by Akira_Cat in the previous post.


The headphones I posted above are great for films, but if you do want headphones just for watching tv or music in the home and little else, then get a radio frequency set. Instead of Bluetooth which can cause lag due to the transfer of digital data, RF uses a specific radio frequency and is analogue, so no loss of data and no lag between audio and visual.
SirHugo18/06/2020 13:48

Thanks - I'll have a look at these. Avantree isn't a brand I've come …Thanks - I'll have a look at these. Avantree isn't a brand I've come across before - but also recommended by Akira_Cat in the previous post.


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They are probably the best all-round BT headphones I've ever had for the money.
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