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JBL Reflect Aware in-ear sport headphones with lightning (black)
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- For iPod, iPhone, iPad
- 14.8mm Dynamic Drivers
- Active Noise Cancellation
- Adaptive Noise Control
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|Item Dimensions||—||2.56 x 4.8 x 3.82 in||—||3 x 6.5 x 1.5 in||—||9.6 x 12.4 x 4.8 in|
|Additional Features||—||MFi Certified MFi Certified Lightning Connection 100% compatiable with iphone 7, iphone 6 ,6s 6plus,5 ,5s ensures secure zero noise connection||0.0||Type: In-Ear / Color: Graphite / Cable Length: 1.2m (3.9 ft.) / Plug: Lightning Connecter / Driver Units: 9.2mm / Bitrate / Sampling Frequency: up to 24 bit / 48 kHz||0||ios-phone-control|
You will receive: 1 JBL Reflect Aware Sport Headphone with Noise Cancellation and Adaptive Noise Control Stay aware while staying active.Get the most out of your exercises by filtering what gets in. The new JBL Reflect Aware sport earphones delivers both best in class noise cancellation and the ability to mix in sound from your environment for greater awareness of your surroundings when you want it, making it the most versatile sport headphone on the market. Designed for sport with a unique reflective design, the JBL Reflect Aware earphones, feature legendary JBL sound and an ergonomic fit design that keeps the earpieces in place regardless of the intensity of your workout routine. Sweatproof and available in blue, black, red, teal, the JBL Reflect Aware earphones require no battery because they draw power and digital audio directly from the lightning connector on Apple devices.Features
- Noise Cancellation
- Adaptive Noise Control
- Lightning Connector
- JBL Signature Sound
- Sweat proof
- Ergonomic Ear-Tips
- Reflective cables
- My JBL Headphones App
Top Customer Reviews
My only recommendation for improvement so far is that the buttons on the control strip are nearly flush with the surface and are hard to differentiate. So, sometimes I go to turn the volume up or down and end up hitting another button by accident. This can be annoying when working out.
The sound quality is decent.
The really disappointing thing is the noise cancellation or lack of it.
When it is turned on all it does is add digital noise to the background, distorting the outside noise.
Definitely not worth the asking price.
I was hoping I could replace my Bose QC-20i for air travel, along with my mid-tier audiophile analog in-ears for normal use.
Not having to worry about recharging the Bose QC-20i's, not to mention their rather awkward in line battery pack/CPU was my key motivation. The JBL's are, alas, no substitute, though they may well suited to the sports use for which they are targeted.
However, even on a home treadmill, the highest setting of the JBL noise cancelling was subtle to say the least, whereas the Bose cuts out the low level background noise completely.
Sonically they seemed no great shakes: rather muddy bass and maximum volume is modest. The design and the fit and finish are good as is the packaging and the control app is OK, including a custom equalizer: a big benefit of keeping the processing on the phone end. But I was underwhelmed overall.
For jogging they may be fine but I'm not sure they are much of an improvement over well-fitting passive in-ears. Speaking of passive, if you turn off the noise cancelling the sound quality improves to my ear - less muddy bass - but the maximum volume level is subjectively even lower.
That JBL waited over 18 months to launch the Reflect Aware and that HTC is giving away the USB-C version for free from Day One: my sense is that JBL doesn't think they have a hit on their hands.
That they have not been prominently or broadly reviewed on release despite being a real first to market from a marketing powerhouse in this space, seems confirmation.
Hopefully Bose has a Lightening/USB-C version of their QC-20 waiting in the wings!