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JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones - E40BTWHT

Abt Model: E40BTWHT | UPC Code: 050036321990
Regular Price $120.00
$99.95  
On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones. Built-In ShareMe Techology Allows You To Share Your Content With Another Set Of Headphones, Simutaneously/ PureBass Performance/ Premium 40mm Drivers/ Bluetooth Enabled Techonlogy For Wireless Calling And Music Play/ White Finish
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JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones - E40BTWHT

Bask your ears in bold JBL sound: large 40mm drivers with PureBass performance envelop your ears, delivering an expansive soundstage with clarity and precision. Bluetooth technology allows wireless connectivity with your smart devices, with single-button access access to hands-free, clear calling thanks to JBL echo-cancellation technology. Integrated ShareMe lets you take your music social, allowing you to stream music wirelessly to another ShareMe-equipped headphone. And a built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery keeps the sound going with 16 hours of uninterrupted play time. The ergonomic headband and 3-D hinges provide for long lasting comfort. Soft, leatherette ear cups cradle your ears for all-day comfort while providing a heightened level of passive noise reduction. The E40BT’s sleek design and five unique color combinations make a visual statement that’s as striking as the sound.

Features:

  • Bluetooth® -enabled technology for wireless calling and music play. Built-in ShareMe™
    technology allows you to share your content with another set of headphones, simultaneously.
  • Built-in, USB rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides 16 hours of uninterrupted listening. And when the battery dies, the included aux cable allows for passive listening.
  • Ear-cup-based microphone with Pure Konnexx™ echo-cancelation technology allows for hands-free calling with a pure connection to your wireless device for clear, hands free calling.
  • JBL signature sound with PureBass performance and premium 40mm drivers deliver full spectrum sound with uninhibited clarity and powerful bass.
  • Ergonomic headband and protein leather ear-cushions provide an ultra-comfortable fit and effective noise isolation.
  • Assertive, contemporary styling in five color combinations.

Specifications:

  • Driver: 40mm
  • Frequency: 20-22kHz
  • Maximum SPL: 11dB @ 30mW
  • Impedance: 32 ohms
  • Connections: 3.5mm jack
  • BT frequency range: 2.402- 2.480GHz
  • BT transmitter power: <4dBm
  • BT transmitter modulation: GFSK ð/4 DQPSK 8-DPSK
  • Support BT 3.0, A2DP v1.3,AVRCP v1.5, HFP v1.6, HSP v1.2
  • Maximum SPL: 115dB @ 30mW
  • Rated power input: 30mW
  • Microphone sensitivity: -42dBV/Pa @ 1kHz
  • Battery type: Lithium polymer (3.7V, 610mAh)
  • Music playing time: 16 hours
  • Talk time: 24 hours

What's In The Box:

  • 1 JBL E40BT on-ear headphones
  • 1 Straight aux cable
  • 1 USB aux cable for charging
  • 1 Safety sheet
  • 1 Quick-start Guide

Approximate Weight:

  • Shipping: 1 lb

Warranty Information:

  • Manufacturer Warranty (authorized online retailer): Limited One Year

 

 

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TypeOver-Ear
Wired Or WirelessWireless
Ideal For Wireless TV UseNo
Ideal For Sports/WorkoutsNo
iPod ControlsNo
Mobile Phone ControlsNo
Sound IsolatingNo
Noise CancelingNo
MicrophoneYes
Power SwitchYes
Volume ControlYes
Gaming HeadsetNo
  

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

by PowerReviews
JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones
 
3.8

(based on 174 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (76)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (44)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (17)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (25)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable (5)
  • Good value (4)
  • Compact (3)
  • Great sound (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Travel (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Traveler (3)
    • Primary Use:
    • Travel (4)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Excellent sound quality

I'm very suprised sound quality !!!!!!!!!!! This is fantastic

I'm very suprised sound quality !!!!!!!!!!! This is fantastic

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Stylish good looks can only carry it so far...

So after a prolonged delay (due to mail forwarding), I finally got the E50BT's yesterday. Here are my initial impressions and only based on what I'm actually able to test (e.g. I'm...Read complete review

So after a prolonged delay (due to mail forwarding), I finally got the E50BT's yesterday. Here are my initial impressions and only based on what I'm actually able to test (e.g. I'm not going to be able to provide feedback on ShareMe since I don't have another headset with that feature) using my iPod touch 5G as source and most listening material @ 320k (only listened via passive briefly so my comments are focused on BT connection): PROS - Stylish good looks (subjective) - Nice solid construction although not on par with S400BT as that actually featured metal yokes to hold the cups whereas this is all plastic with the exception of the bolts for each hinge - One-touch instant on (this can also be a con since it can potentially be easily turned on during transport since no case is included) with quick connection to last device used - Large dial on left cup with buttons arranged in N,S,E,W pattern. Interface is pretty intuitive and easy to use once you familiarize yourself with it - Track seek by holding down Multi-Function-Button (this single button also controls pause/play and track forward/backward depending on # of presses and duration) - Volume control directly integrated with iPod's (i.e.: not necessary to adjust headphone volume independently of source - don't have Android device so can't say if it's same on those devices) - 50mm drivers offer ear-deafening volumes at max CONS - I think there should an industry-wide standard as to what can be construed as circumaural... the E50BT is of a decent size but the pad's ID measures ~46mm. I honestly don't believe I have Dumbo ears but my lobes are now pinched by the bottom of the pad and it's incurring pain after about 30 minutes worth of wearing them. Another point to this then is I wonder if this impedes the 50mm drivers thus affecting the sound profile? - Somebody in marketing/design obviously doesn't subscribe to the "less is more" school of thought; there are three very large and distinct JBL logo's; one on each side of the cup and one in silver letters on the top of the leather headband, it totally detracts from the otherwise (IMO) nice design - Somebody in engineering obviously doesn't believe or care that rattles are desired by headphone wearers as much as one desires a trephine's results to the head; seriously - who wants to hear the headphone itself? The button on the side while nicely implemented, doesn't have enough of a spring backing to prevent it from rattling. This is the exact same issue that the FSL 360 had albeit on a smaller scale. The "button" is so loose that merely turning one's head can invoke rattling... :rolleyes: - Continued use of their proprietary charging cable vs. the ubiquitous micro USB - So-so isolation (exacerbated by the fact this isn't truly circumaural - at least not for me) - Lack of memory-foam on pads - however they are reasonably comfortable - No case or even carrying pouch - if the FSL 360 can include a very nice hard shell case for the original release price of $69.99 (now only $39.99), I'd imagine that more mfg's can include one as well (especially for a headphone costing more than double) - No aptX support (confirmed via lack of indication when connected to aptX adapter) - Strange/poor bluetooth implementation - upon turn on, it'll default to pairing mode, once paired, if you pair with a new device you can't reconnect back to the first device that you paired without first deleting the profile and re-pairing. What???? :confused: - Cups can only pivot so that the pads can be folded flat towards your chest (when worn around your neck) rather than facing away from you. This prevents you from angling the cups so that it tapers towards the back of the head where it makes more sense IMO since one's ears are usually aligned closer to the back of the head. This is important to create a good seal, case in point, I wore these reversed and angled the cups to taper towards the back of my head and sure enough, this improved seal and bass as well. - While the headphones do fold, since the hinges are on the same axis, you have to twist the frame a little to make the cups overlap, they should've made the hinges offset from each other so that you can truly fold these in a compact manner with the cups resting comfortably over each other - Aesthetic triangle-shaped cut-out on the hinge bolt not fully deburred so it has sharp jagged edges (not an issue as long as you're not in habit of touching it or plan on storing in cloth case where it may snag) SOUND Being a relative newb, I'm going to keep it simple here and let those who are more articulate and experienced go into finer details. The E50BT offers a clean listening experience that isn't clinical (e.g. ATH-M50). Despite JBL touting that this features PureBass and offers "powerful bass", it's slightly bass light (IMO) and has a upper mid/lower treble hump thus while I wouldn't necessarily consider this a bright headphone, there are certain tracks that exhibit mild sibilance (e.g. Titanium (feat. Sia). Soundstage is slightly better than other closed back headphones that I have. I think it's great for Rock but not as good on other genre's (electronic). INITIAL CONCLUSION Disclosure: I'm a huge fan of Harman products but I feel they missed the boat on this one. It's a decent headphone if you love mid-centric sound profile and only ever plan on pairing it with just one device and will take advantage of the ShareMe feature but other than that I feel there are better choices in the market in this price bracket. Of course it's still early in the stages of testing and I haven't let this fully burn-in yet (albeit I remain somewhat skeptical to this phenomenon - at least in terms that my ears can hear and that my brain can remember) but even if the sound profile were to improve, some of the con's I mentioned like the weird bluetooth connection and especially that rattle will lead me on the path to returning these.

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1.0

Dissapointed!

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from San Francisco, CA, United States

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

I bought these about 6 months ago, barely used them, took great care of them, only for one side of them to stop working. To be fair maybe I unfortunately purchased a bad pair that happened to be the anomaly. I'm working on getting another pair to give them a second chance but as it stands- very let down.

 
2.0

Broke very soon

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from Rīga, Rīgas pilsēta, Latvija

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

Sound is great, but cheap plastics on extension broke just after 2 months. Dissapointment for such a price.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It took so long to be delivered

By 

from California, United States

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

Nice i like .i recommended nice sound technology very comfortable

 
1.0

I just recently bought ...

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from San Antonio, Texas

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

I just recently bought the E40BT. I am not happy. The Quick Start Guide uses pictures only and is not comprehensive. After a pairing then turn off, more often than not re-pairing is required to get output. When attempting to repair, the device can't be discovered. NOT USER-FRIENDLY. Not a good choice,

 
5.0

INEXPENSIVE

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from Undisclosed

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

Inexpensive with really good feautures for it's prize.

 
5.0

Good design

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from Undisclosed

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

Good desing for it's pricing, apart of GREAT sound.

 
5.0

VERY good product!

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from Undisclosed

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

It has an accesible price and very good futures !!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Creatibly Inexpensive

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from Undisclosed

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

What I enjoyed the most was being able to use a plug or bluetooth

 
5.0

Great!!!

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from Undisclosed

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

An extraordinary product, it lived up to its potencial.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great fit, Sound, and style

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from MD

Comments about JBL Synchros White On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones:

I Love them so far. I thought they didn't fit properly around my ears but It was user error (I'll admit it). I also like that nobody else has them in my gym. Always love the sound quality from the subs in the trunk to the headphones on my dome.

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