JBL’s Tour Pro 2 wireless earphones were released. JBL is an audio leader. My favorite little speaker is the Flip 5. JBL’s wireless earbuds at IFA to upset the wireless audio industry. While the earphones seem like any other TWS, the charging case has a 1.45-inch LED touchscreen.
The JBL’s Tour Pro 2 case has a full-fledged LED display that enables you do activities without your phone. Changing music, answering calls, sending messages, and monitoring social media and battery levels. Set it to a preset background while not in use. JBL advertises this as a productivity benefit, especially for people without a wristwatch or phone pocket.
I’m not sure how the extra screen improves the product, but the notion is fascinating. If I need to switch tunes and check notifications, why not use my phone? We’ll have to see how useful the screen is, but being able to control things from your case is excellent.
Despite the goofy display, the earphones provide great sonic characteristics (its primary purpose). The 10mm dynamic audio drivers generate ‘pro’ sound. Adaptive noise cancellation is included. Ambient sound option lets you focus on your surroundings. A six-mic combination on the earphones should offer a clear voice call for frequent callers. Bluetooth 5.3 and LE Audio make them future-proof.
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Power comes with responsibility, and additional features are expensive. JBL’s Tour Pro 2 earphones cost $249 in the US and €249 in Europe. The Tour Pro 2 costs 25% (or $70) more than Apple’s AirPods Pro or Samsung’s Galaxy Buds.
Do smart cases worth $70? Although it’s too early to evaluate (the gadget won’t be released until January), I have concerns about the display. An added display might contribute to greater weight, size, and battery life (though JBL promises 40 hours on a single charge).
We won’t judge only on pricing and specifications. When they’re released in the US next year, we’ll cover them extensively. Comment on the JBL’s Tour Pro 2 earphones. Please comment.