JBL Tour ONE and Pro+ Headphones: True Adaptive Noise Canceling, SilentNow and Smart Audio Mode
Both models of the Tour series headphones that JBL presented at CES 2021-the JBL Tour ONE overhead headphones and the JBL Tour Pro+ TWS headphones-are addressed to businessmen. It is claimed that their Adaptive Ambient Aware and TalkThru functions will ensure high-quality telephone conversations. For clarity of voice transmission, the overhead model received four, and the in — channel model received three microphones on each of the headphones.
Both new products work with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice assistants, both provide JBL Pro Sound and Adaptive Ambient Aware transparency mode. In addition to True Adaptive noise reduction, the JBL Tour ONE headphones have a silentnow function — one-click noise reduction is activated without Bluetooth. In the Smart Audio mode from Harman Tour ONE, choose the Bluetooth communication algorithm to watch videos or listen to music.
In-channel headphones JBL Tour Pro+ received the function of fast Bluetooth connection Fast Pair-contact occurs at the time of removal from the charging case. You can connect to two sources and quickly switch between them. The Dual Connect+Sync function will allow you to use both or one of the headphones equally in all modes. The Tour Pro + enclosures are protected from moisture and sweat according to the IPX4 standard.
With noise reduction, the JBL Tour ONE will work from a single charge for 25 hours, without-twice as much. JBL Tour Pro+ with the use of a charging case will provide more than 30 hours of autonomy. Independently — 6 hours with active noise reduction and 8 hours without it.
Both models of the JBL Tour in black will be available from May 30, 2021. The price of the JBL Tour ONE in the US is $300, and the JBL Tour Pro+ is $200.