JBL T150A In-Ear Headphones with Mic (Black)
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- Dynamic 8mm drivers
- Frequency Response: 20 to 22kHz
- Connection: 3.5mm
- Built-in mic with remote
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Rock with Music On-the-Go
For those who have a passion for music and love to listen their favourite tracks when going outdoors, the JBL T150A Stereo Headphones can be a great choice. These headphones are capable of delivering melodious and powerful sound through their 8 mm driver Speakers. It comes with a gold-plated 3.5 mm jack to be compatible with a variety of devices such as, Desktop, Notebook, Home Theatre/Speaker System, CD/DVD Player, Smartphone and more.Canalphones with High-Bass Response
JBL T150A Stereo In-Ear Headphones produce a deep bass so that you can enjoy even the lowest frequencies. Designed as In-Ear type Canalphones, these Stereo Headphones ensure that output reaches directly into your ears while the ambient noise remains out. This boosts the bass response further.Optimal Frequency Range
The Frequency Response Range of these Stereo Headphones is optimum to ensure that you hear realistic and lifelike audio. Sounds between 20 to 22 KHz are perfectly supported by the JBL Earphones to let you play a variety of content and hear natural audio quality.In-built Microphone
You can easily answer your phone calls while driving or listening to music with JBL T150A Stereo Headphones. These come fitted with an integrated microphone that lets you attend calls, talk to the caller and disconnect at just the press of one singular button. Moreover, being extremely light at 68 gm, these Earphones are easy-to-fix into the ears to both enjoy lovely music or revert to incomings.
From the Manufacturer
Single button remote/mic Answer calls with a click of a button.
Lightweight and Enhanced bass response
Canalphone In ear headphones
3.5mm gold plated connector for high quality music reproductions
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After 7 month am writing the review ,sadly after lost it .
It have Very good Bass,Mid & Treble ..Good noise cancellation
A Very good mic,good wire ,But not tangle free.
Gold Plated Jack(a good conductor),light weight so you can hold many time.
Gives 3 pair of bud you can put according to your Ear size.
.I never ever face any kind of problem except Tangle.
I love and missing my earphone.
Yes, use this earphones into familiar/comatible devices so that you can get more clarity (Sony,Samsung,MI,Nokia ,etc)
Awesome product. I am using it from more than 1 month.
Bass is fantastic. Treble and mid are nice.
Plus point is you can play/pause songs and receive call from mike button given.
Tangle free cable adds value to its aesthetic.
And till now, both earbuds works as new.
The best thing about these earphones is the sound clarity. I accept that the bass is not that strong (although decent enough), but that can easily be adjusted with an Equalizer.
The treble is simply awesome. I'm surprised how so many people just look for bass, I mean treble is also an important aspect of any song.
I've used Sennheiser CX 180 (my friend's) and boAt Bassheads.. the latter is just overrated piece of crap. CX 180 is good but as you probably know, it got no microphone so you can't use it for calls. BoAt Bassheads have too much bass which results in muddy sound and your ears will probably hurt after prolonged listening to powerful songs.
So the choice is yours, within Rs. 1000, I would recommend this T150a (you can also check out JBL C100SI. I haven't personally used them though, but the reviews are good).
Windows and Android both. Call quality is clear.
As headphone sound is good, with enough BASS. but head phone are made safe for prolonged listening since the volume is at descent level.
Good experience if you listen it in quite place. if you use in noisy place then it may not give complete noise isolation.
Where Sennheiser CX 180 takes over, it is louder than JBL and noise isolation is much better than this, PLUS overall sound experience is also better. Only flaw that it is lacking MIC.
But do not get confused that JBL is BAD. it is a supereb headphone.