The cure for a common problem
Connect the Synchros E50BT headphones to your smartphone wirelessly via Bluetooth and control music and calls with the earcup buttons (shown in Blue).
It's happened to all of us. You're lost in your music when, suddenly, you're jolted as you feel your headphones pull at your head and your music suddenly stops. You've accidentally pulled the headphone cable out of your smartphone. There are two known cures for this problem: be more careful, or get a pair of wireless headphones like the JBL Synchros E50BT. These headphones have Bluetooth built in, so they can connect wirelessly to your smartphone or tablet. Lose the cable and use the earcup controls to play and pause music, adjust the volume, or even take a hands-free call with the built-in microphone.
Cleverly styled and well built, the Synchros E50BT headphones offer JBL's legendary sound, with large 50mm drivers producing plenty of clear detail and PureBass technology bringing the low frequencies to life. The over-the-ear design helps ensure outside noise stays out of your headphones, while keeping your music inside so it doesn't bother others at home or in the office. The earcups swivel and fold for easy storage when they're not in use.
Wireless or wired listening
The Synchros E50BT run on a built-in rechargeable battery, which provides up to 18 hours of use. If your battery runs down, you won't be stuck without music. Simply connect the included headphone cable and keep listening in wired mode. Then, use your computer or a USB AC charger to get your headphones charged up for more wireless use.
Share a song wirelessly
One pair of E50BT headphones is cool. Two pairs can do something really cool. You can stream music to another pair of headphones wirelessly using JBL's ShareMe™ technology. This allows two people to listen to the same song from the same source at the same time. You can share music with any two pairs of ShareMe compatible headphones.