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JBL Synchros Reflect BT
In-ear Bluetooth® sports headphones (Green)
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Item #: 109RFCTBTG
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Original Price: $69.99
The Sychros Reflect BT headphones use special ear tips designed to keep them in place during movement (shown in Green).
Lots of things can slow you down when you're working out, but your music shouldn't be one of them. Cut the cord connecting your headphones to your smartphone with the JBL Synchros Reflect BT. These wireless headphones use Bluetooth to sync with your phone, so you can run, walk, climb, or bike unimpeded by dangling cables. Heart-pounding JBL sound will keep you moving, with clear detail and punchy bass. The sweat-proof earpieces aren't afraid of a little moisture, giving you no excuses to give up on that last lap or final few reps.
A wireless Bluetooth connection lets you stream music and audio from your smartphone to the Synchros Reflect BT headphones from as far as 40 feet away. That's helpful if you'd rather set your phone down instead of having it strapped to your arm. The built-in rechargeable battery offers up to five hours of playback and can be refueled via the included micro USB cable. A three-button remote on the reflective cable that connects the earpieces is designed for an iPhone® or iPod®, so you can adjust the volume, skip songs, and play and pause music. There's also a tiny built-in microphone so you can take hands-free calls.
A couple of cool design features set these headphones apart from other Bluetooth models. The earpieces are magnetic. When you're taking a water break and want to remove the headphones, just clasp the earpieces together and hang them around your neck so you don't have to set them down and risk losing them. You can also adjust the length of the cord that connects the earpieces using the retractable tether.
I love the JBL brand and it doesn't matter what it is from speakers to amplifiers, however the JBL refelects are poorly made and the sound quality is not all that. Maybe it is because you get what you pay for, the price was reasonable and I wanted wireless during my workouts. The earbuds fell out of my ears during my workout and I was not happy with that to try and keep adjusting.
Pros: Price was Reasonable
Cons: Poor quality, JBL puts out better product then these ear pphones.
Nice build and comfortable. Sound is pretty good for buds. Blue tooth is excellent. I've read the poor reviews with respect to connectivity and almost thought twice on purchasing. But happy I did. I can leave my phone in one area of the house and be 20-30 feet away and have good sound with no cutting out.
Pros: Sound quality Connectivity
Cons: Price but you get what you pay for
Very good product for outdoors to keep you with away from wires and your smartphone away from environment conditions.
Pros: Good sound and noise reduction
Cons: Lost of signal if smartphone is in the back pocket. On and off button need to be pressed several times to operate.
Will not stay in my ears at the gym. I bought hem for exercises like squats, because I always crush regular cords after about a month. These will last a long time, but do not stay in my ears. I'm always reinserting them.
Pros: Sounds good when fully inserted. Don't move. Sit still, and they are great.
Cons: No bass because they always get loose. Horrible for working out. Wish I would have tried another style of Bluetooth headphones. Don't get these if you are active.
Originally I was going to give these headphones a 4 star rating based on their design alone. I don't find them as obtrusive as some other reviews did but that's a matter of personal preference. The sound quality is pretty good. They aren't as good as Bose Quiet Comfort headphones but what can you expect. I bought them to use while running. After I started to use them I noticed quite a bit of dropout and breakup in the sound as I ran. I had m iPod in an armband about 8 inches from the headset and the connection was horrible. Normally when I run I listen to podcasts so I could put up with it for a bit but after a while it became unbearable. There is. O way you could listen t music with this kind of choppy sound. At that point I would have dropped the rating to one star and I was ready to go back to the old hardwired earbuds. Today when I was running it got so bad that I took off my armband to turn it off completely. When I got the iPod into my hand at normal arms length, the dropouts ceased completely. I continued on with my run and my iPod in my hand and experienced no more breakups or choppiness. It's a bit of a pain to run with it in my hand but it's not really that big a deal so I've raised my rating to 3 stars. The sound is good. They are very small and lightweight and the charge lasts through my entire run. If you run with your iPod or phone in your pocket or around your waist this might work for you but otherwise forget it.
Pros: Small size. Decent sound. Good battery life (for me anyway)
Cons: Dropouts and sound breakup when worn with an armband.
Pretty good sound for their size. Battery life is 3-5 hours depending on volume level. Their size makes them very convenient.
Pros: Wireless and good sound.
Cons: No cons for their size.
These are pretty good for the price. The sound does change while working out. This is due to the design of the earbud not the Bluetooth (which works quite wee and consistently). Getting them to stay in my ears is difficult at times; it has taken some getting used to. Overall they are a good value compared to other more expensive wireless workout headphones.
Cons: Design Sound
I purchased these after my second pair of Klipsch rugged 4i headphones broke. I have had these for a week so far and only used them at the gym every day for an hour to hour and a half work out. This fit takes some getting use to, however they block out more sound than my old Klipsch and seemed louder. They ever felt like they were going to fall out do to sweat, I was drenched pretty much every work out. I have small ears so finding a good fit is a pain. I was definitely surprised how loud they are and they do charge rather quickly. Two issues prevented me from giving them 5stars, I thought the battery should last a little longer and the lack of a function to skip tracks directly from the headset itself.
Pros: Price, a great price to go wireless at a cost 130 cheaper than Beats. Loud, good secure sound isolating fit with a little trial and error.
Cons: Cant fast forward tracks from the headphones controls. Wish the battery last a little longer. The stated 5 hour time is on the money.
I Was disappointed at first as not have a charger but after that I figured it out I love the headsets great sound not enough bass, adjusted the iPhone that help would highly recommend this to anyone looking for wireless headsets to exercise by.
Cons: No charger
A bit confusing to use for the first time, but once I figured it out it's OK. Would be better if the battery life was longer as I have a 12 hour flight to the Orient on my horizon.
Pros: I works: Beats didn't X3.
Cons: Short battery life
Would not recommend. Had to return after less than one month because they will not hold a charge. I have an exact same pair of these corded which I had to go back to using.
Pros: Sound is okay
Cons: Will not hold a charge
So far, I like them, but the sound quality could be better. I've tried adjusting the equalizer in my iPhone to almost all the available settings, and while the sound quality does change, it's still not quite as good as I'd hoped.
Pros: Comfort, Bluetooth, microphone for talking on my phone.
Cons: Sound quality.
Ordered, was excited about going wireless. Headphones were larger than expected (stuck out further from the ear than it appeared in the photos) but style won't keep me from using. Like any device made to be used in a unique surface, the fit wasn't that great but normal for every other headphone I've ever used. The soft rubber tip that "hooks" into your ear is unique and while not entirely comfortable during the first few lengthy sessions is no worse than an over-the-ear hook. Overall sound quality, for a small device, not bad. *Big issue* *Two returns for this* *Does lightning strike twice?* After the 3rd / 4th use, headphone either quit powering on completely, required 10+sec on the "on" button to turn-on if at all, and would not powered-on- first time it turned off about 15min into use, then would turn-off after 60 seconds or so. First time I figured it was a fluke. Second time, same issue? No thanks. Return for refund and will shop elsewhere.
Cons: bulky, two products returned for same issue- failure to power-on/stay-powered on.
Excellent product, connected fast, worked smoothly, great sound Highly recommend
Pros: Paired easily to phone and tablet, worked smoothly, great sound quality, comfortable fit
Cons: no issues found
These headphones are my first wireless bluetooth headphones. I reviewed other headphones & it came down to two makes. I asked Crutchfield customer support which of the two they thought were best. They said of the two this one was the best sounding period. They do sound good. Easy to operate. Talked on the phone in a loud truck & the people on the other end had no problems hearing me speak normally. I run & they're perfect for that too. I'd buy again.
Pros: sound quality & ease of use.
Cons: big earbuds.
Mu daughter was looking for a father's day gift for her dad who seems to have everything when you try to think of something to get him. She came to my office and saw a colleague with the headphones and knew that was the gift!! My co-worker was very pleased and highly recommended the product. So we ordered and we couldn't agree more! It was the perfect gift...he absolutely loves it.
These are def above average but not perfect headphones. I was in search of ones I could use while exercising. Pros are comfort on your ears, and after a brief connection period where the sound drops in and out, they seem to lock on and your music is mostly fluid and doesn't skip. Cons are they do take a little while to get there. The buttons are a little small and hard to get your hands on, and the other con is that delay while you wait for the skipping to stop. When it does you're golden. I've noticed this doesn't happen as much if you're not moving and walking, but I want them for exercise so...? Also the buds are a little bit bigger then ,most in ear (I guess to house the BT technology? All said I would still recommend these to others.
All in all a nice product. Mostly use while gardening and mowing the lawn. Less decibels are required to filter out outside noise when compared to using other quality earbuds during similar activities.
Pros: Frankenstein ears while wearing them. So cool
Cons: A bit bulky
They are hard to keep in my ears. I am not sure I have figured out the best way to set them in my ears. The main problem is that the sound breaks up even though my iPhone is in my pocket. The range is not very good. However, the sound quality when it is not breaking up is good.
Pros: Good sound quality
Cons: Small range and hard to keep in ears when exercising.
Very surprise the quality of the sound
Pros: Good fit in ears
Cons: Cord not comfort hanging from back
I ordered these headphones looking for reasonably priced, Bluetooth, ear-bud solution for working out at the gym and that's exactly what I got. The sound quality is very good and I haven't had any issues with the connectivity to my phone.
Pros: Comfortable; Lightweight; Good Sound Quality;
Good product, exactly what I was looking for.
I have been fighting to keep these in my ears I use them for work and they continually come out. Sound is real good but I bought them specifically to stay in while I work and so far a big fat zero.
Pros: Lack of cable to ipoh is nice.
Cons: Won't stay in ears.
great set of headphones. Use them with my ipod. I can walk 20 to 25 feet away from the ipod and still enjoy my music.
Pros: wireless, comfortable
Pros: excellent for excersice
Cons: manual its difficcult to understand
I bought these bluetooth wireless headphones for working out. I was tired of the cable from my wired ones getting caught on machines and slapping against me while I run.
Pros: No cable connecting headphones to your phone. Easy to use.
Cons: If phone is more than 5-6ft away the music with start to break up. Not a big deal for me cause my phone is either in my pocket or in my gym bag next to whatever machine im using at the time.
Overall this is a good product, the fit is not as good as expected but that may be because I have small ears.
I love this wireless/Bluetooth headphone. It is much lighter and less cumbersome than one I had purchased a few years ago. It is light and the sound quality is great. The fit in the ear is good and keeps it secure. Great product!
Pros: lightness, ease of use, quality of sound
I saw these and decided to try them because I use them in a gym setting and like not having to hassle with wires.
Pros: look great, like the idea of reflecting light for safety, sounds good and connects quickly with my device.
Cons: did not matter what size ear buds, they slipped out of my ears. It was kind of annoying to be working out and needing to readjust the buds on a regular basis.
I love the ergonomics and the sound of these headphones (when they work correctly). However, the Bluetooth connectivity is horrendous (using with iPhone5S). I use these when I workout (strength training) and get terrible connectivity with my iPhone in my pocket. Music skips in and out even after unpairing/pairing, restarting phone etc. If all you do is cardio on treadmill/elliptical/bike and you keep your phone stationary these work great. Anything other than that, prepare to be very disappointed. I expected more from the JBL reputation. Perhaps, I got a defective unit.
Pros: Ergonomics & Sound
Cons: Bluetooth (music skips in and out constantly while working out)
Amazing design. So. Earphones. Don't expect to the world to come alive in new colors! Go get some nice open ears, dedicated tube amp, and QUALITY signal. I stress Signal. These ear phones kick. First and fore most. If they don't fit right, they will nvr sound right. In a mobile headphone you cant be fussin' with em' all the time either, defeats the purpose. The design on these are perfect! Oval shaped because your ear canals not round. Derp. They don't intrude into your ear canal! This is big! The design seals that "gap" with a large flange that doubles as noise reduction, and fit. Finished of by the crazy ear spike. Works Great. I paint, Workout, drive around, no cables, no excessive cable brush noise! Gold. So Audio Quality, I run a new Denon to NHT's at home. yadda. The key is quality signal. Spotify, sounds really good. Solidsteel.net mixes at a higher bit and depth rate sound better. I run FLACC files through the house player on a samsung galaxy 3? The house player utilizes the BT 4.0 energy benefit and the new algorithmic codec, can't remember name. Point being... Get good Signal. They Sound Awesome! And the fit seals the deal. Great Buy!
Pros: All good!
Cons: They will die in a year, Li ion. oh well.
Totally perfect...Just what you'd expect from JBL. Not to mention the service recieved from Crutchfield...met every hope and expectation. Thank you!
I purchased these as a gift for my wife. After charging them they won't hook-up to my wife's Android phone or my IPhone 6. We consider ourselves to be tech savvy, however, these operate on an older system and don't seem to be compatible w/our phones. BTW, Crutchfield's tech dept. is so overloaded (post holiday) that one can't get through.
Pros: Shipping was prompt.
Cons: Don't work.
Great product at an affordable price once again for Crutchfield
Pros: Light weight, multiple size ear cups, easy to use while jogging or as a passenger in a car. good design
Cons: non so far
Received as a Christmas gift, and I started with the small earpiece thinking it would fit better and it did! However the sound was bad almost tinny. When I switched to the large earpiece it made a complete 180 difference. I am a taller guy and the large fit even better than I imagined. I did some hardcore gardening and hole digging and these stayed in place the whole time. The bass is no joke, perfect for earbuds. It's not DAC quality but it's better than I expected. Only annoyance is having to move the cord to front of neck to have better call quality for voice. It works behind he head but you will sound like you are a mile away when you are talking to someone.
Pros: Super comfortable. Virtually nonexistent. Awesome Bluetooth headset, the best and most comfortable.
Cons: Cord placement for calls.
Good headphones and good sound quality for a bargain price
Pros: Good sound and great price
Cons: Could fit in the ear a little more snug
These headphones are great. They are especially useful when running or at the gym. Not having a cord in the way when you run is ideal and the quality is spot on. The adjustable ear bud sizes are a life saver.
Pros: Small, Great quality, Bluetooth ready, multiple uses
Work in lab where freedom of movement is essential. These provide all I need as far as sound quality and ease of use. Over ear models provide better sound quality and noise reduction. but for my use these are a very good product
Pros: Sound quality
Classy look however, tough to get a good fit as well as very uncomfortable after ~30 minutes. BT feature sucks - cuts in and out with every step. Have to hold phone close to headset then works great. After a week of use gave them to my son went back to my old BOSE.
Pros: Coll color
Cons: Horrible BT feature Uncomfortable after ~30 minutes
They look great, the fit is ok once you find the right ear piece, but the sound quality and the Bluetooth range is not good. Original iphone headphones have a much better sound and deep bass than the JBL. I had my phone on my back pocket and the connection started to get disrupted. I place the phone on my bed and walk 15 feet from it and had interruption on the connection. I tried this since they are intended to be used mostly on bike riding and I just realize they won'e be as good as what paid for them. Will return to look for the Jaybird.
Pros: Look and weight. Easy to pair.
Cons: Sound quality, Bluetooth range, control are small and not so easy to identify by the touch.
These JBL work great, easy set up and removes the hassle having long cords hanging around. As far as comfort, after 30 minutes or so, you feel some discomfort and have to readjust. Great sound and also work very well when on phone mode.
Pros: Easy to set up and use.
Cons: Some discomfort after extensive use and have to readjust and only 5 hours of continuous playtime.
The only problem I found was it has to be near my phone or the music wil fade on n off
Pros: Fits snug in your ear and it last about 2 1/2 hrs of music
Cons: Needs better reception for bluetooth
Not what I was hoping for. They don't stay in while working out and the ear buds stick out quite a bit from your ears. The picture is misleading, I thought they were banded to keep spring tension on your ears so they would stay in better...but not
So far it's a test and trial period to get the right fit in my ears. There has also been a learning curve on how to get used to using them. With all that said, I love the freedom from being tethered to my iPhone! I hated when working out and the old head phone cord would get caught or snugged the ear piece out of my ear! It's really quiet amazing to see something so small and compact that has blue tooth and phone control capabilities. The volume doesn't go as loud as a normal pair of ear phones, but that might not be such a bad thing, maybe save my ears a little! Over all I am really liking these and would suggest them to anybody who works out, rides bikes, runs, anything!
Pros: No cords, doesn't drain your phone as fast, phone controls, and simple to use!
Cons: Volume isn't extremely loud, and getting a good fit has been difficult
These have been great so far!
Pros: Bluetooth range. Lightweight.
Saw them on sale and I was looking for Bluetooth headphones. Excited to get them but after 3 rounds with them I knew it was not ment to be.
Pros: Comes in a cool green color.
Cons: Falls out of ear consistently regardless of size adaptor. Sound quality lacks bass otherwise alright. Connector band never feels right on the back of neck.
Exactly what I was looking for
Pros: Excellent product , great fit
Cons: None as of yet
The look cool while wearing. Very convenient when walking or working out. However, the sound quality is dramatically different from my BOSE SoundTrue's. The difference was dramatic enough for me to return the JBLs & keep using my wired BOSE SoundTrue's. Everything else was ok but sound quality is a deal breaker for me......JBLs just aren't comparable to BOSE.
My wife is happy. After trying my blue tooth cheapos, two pairs of Motorola and a JBL knockoff, I bought her the real thing. She is happy so I am happy.
Pros: Fits her and I get no complaints
Sound quality is awesome, connectivity easy, charging easy.
Pros: Sounds very good when connection is there
Cons: Cuts in and out even when connection is by you
I absolutely enjoy having the JBL Synchros added to my iTouch. it allows me to workout without having the cord catch on anything when lifting weights, running, or cycling. My friends are jealous and that battery lasts a decent time even with long rides. I don't ever want to go back to normal ear buds.
Pros: Setup, use, and quality are representative of JBL brand name. Sound quality meets/exceeds my needs to enable me to workout and enjoy music. The fit is adjustable and I have experienced no problems. bottom line: I would purchase again, I will purchase for my wife and would recommend them to anyone. If the next version is waterproof it may support triathletes.
Cons: Sometimes it can lose the Bluetooth link with my iTouch but it rapidly re-establishes link. I keep my iTounch on my arm and that helps.
I'm actually really impressed with the durability of these and even more impressed with the sound quality. They sound great for how light they are.
I use these strictly for my training, which is pretty intense. So far they've stayed in 100% and haven't had any issues with the comfortability during training sessions. I believe these are the best workout headphone out there (bluetooth, or even wired for that matter) but I'll list 2 areas where I think they dropped the ball on these.
First issue is the bluetooth connection, it's surprising, good and bad. I thought it would be stronger while my iPod was on my body, doesn't matter if I'm holding it or wearing it on my hip, my music seems to cut out regularly. On the flip side, my solution in the gym is to clip my iPod to my water bottle and can walk around up to ~75ft away with no connection issues at all.
2nd issue I have with these is the tension clips, these are such a bad design. I can appreciate an adjustable fit, it was a major selling point for me, however for active headphones there needs to be a way to lock these clips in place. I like a fit closer to my head but I find these clips move out all workout and I have to adjust them at least 10x workout. It's so annoying I'll either return these until JBL fixes it or put some janky electrical tape on them.
These just aren't in that perfect realm just yet, but at this price, these are the best out compared to everything else.
Great product, well made & easy to use.
Pros: Easy to use - durable , can talk on phone
Cons: Sound not too loud but you get used to it & it's probably better for your ears
Used while riding a road bicycle. Connecting strap was not a problem, once you spread the two black clips apart, which eliminates the "bowtie" and locks in the adjusted strap length. On a ~40 mile ride they stayed in place, no problem with wind noise, no interruptions in sound, and no snags from strap on clothing or helmet straps. They were comfortable and sound quality was excellent. Also used on a 3.1 mile run. They stayed in place the entire run, no snagging of strap on clothes. Although, with iphone in my pocket while running, the audio would interrupt briefly, but with phone in hand or in an arm band I had no interruptions. The magnets on the back of the plugs held in place flawlessly around my neck while walking/driving. Great buy!
Overall I'm very satisfied with the JBL wireless headphones. They are great during exercise or using during travel. I've synched them to my iPhone, GPS, iPad and iPod with no issues. When using conventional headphones I would constantly be pulling the headphones from the device during any physical activity which is no longer the case with the JBLs. Very satisfied with this purchase.
Pros: No cables to tangle and/or pull out of your device. Bluetooth, good price.
Cons: Cable connect right and left headphone could be more flexible.
I looked long and hard for a set of headphones to replace my broken Motorola S9-HDs. I finally found them with these JBL Reflect's. The sound quality won't blow you away but it won't leave you disappointed either. I'm not an audiophile but I know what good sound is. I like the design of these, though I find the strap adjustment is mostly useless. I have to expand it all the way or when I turn my head the cord sticks to my neck and pulls a plug out of one ear. My only problem so far is that these do tend to slip out even when I'm just sitting at my desk (which is where I mostly use these). It's not that big of an issue. Considering all the other options on the market right now I think these are hands-down the best given the price and functionality.
I really wanted headphones I could use at work without disturbing my co-workers. All the over-ear ones I tried leaked sound so bad my co-workers could hear every word (yes, I listen to music a little loud for most people). These don't leak at all and, as I said, they sound pretty darn good. I can't even crank these all the way up because it would be too loud.
Pros: Sound, Bluetooth, Price
Cons: Fit could be more secure, Inline controls don't change track
Good concept but lacking basic track control features. The wire band is very rigid contributing to awkward fit around neck. Magnetic feature to hold ends together around neck while not in use are ineffective as magnets are too weak to keep held together.
Pros: Good, snug fit in ear; Appears to be of good quality
Cons: Button controls adjusts volume only and does not advance track like the competition offers
These are great good sound not too expensive nothing better than not being connected to your ipod/ipad by a tether.
Pros: looks good sounds good
|Frequency Response||10-22k Hz|
|Airline Adapter Included||No|
|Parts Warranty||1 Year|
|Labor Warranty||1 Year|
Overview: The JBL Synchros Reflect BT in-ear sport headphones are designed for active lifestyles. The ergonomic ear buds stay in your ear as you go through your workout. They are equipped with a highly-reflective cable to give you added visibility at night.
Drivers: The headphones are equipped with premium 8.5mm drivers for solid bass response and clear highs.
Bluetooth: The Synchros Reflect BT features Bluetooth 4.0 technology for a wireless connection. You can keep your smartphone or Bluetooth music player in your pocket or gym bag while you workout. The Bluetooth connection has a range of up to 40 feet.
Note: The headphones do not include a wired connection.
Compatibility: The in-line 3-button remote and microphone is compatible with a wide range of smartphones and mobile devices. The outer buttons turn the volume up or down as needed, while the center button turns on the power, pause/play your music, or answer/end your phone calls. The remote/mic works with iPad (mini, 3rd and 4th generation), iPhone (5s, 5c, 5, and 4s), iPod touch, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, Android 1.5 (Cupcake) to Android 4.4 (KitKat), and Blackberry 1.0 to Blackberry 10 OS.
Freebit Ear Tips: The JBL Synchros Reflect BT in-ear sport headphones include three pairs of Freebit ergonomic ear tips, making sure there's a size to fit most everyone. These ear tips are angled to match your ear canal, and have flanges that help keep them in your ears, even during the most rigorous activities.
Rechargeable Battery: These in-ear headphones are powered by a rechargeable battery located in the right ear bud. The battery can be charged in approximately 2 hours via the supplied Micro USB cable. A fully charged battery provides about 5 hours of battery life.
Retractable Cord: The headphones are connected together via a 2' sweat-proof retractable flat cable. You can adjust the length of the cable for the best fit, using the attached cord clips.
Magnetic Cable Management: Each ear bud has a magnet along the bottom that enables you to keep them securely clasped together around your neck when they're not in use.
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Crutchfield is the best place to purchase Electronics,I have been a customer for many years and their customer service is the best that's why I continue to shop online with them. [ FITZROY A Jan 03, 2016 ]
Good quality and a good price. I couldn't pass up the deal. [ Paul Dec 18, 2015 ]
Because they are wireless and had pretty good customer reviews. [ Kathy S. Dec 16, 2015 ]
I trust The JBL brand wanted bluetooth and sweat proof features [ james Dec 13, 2015 ]
I picked these because they received good reviews. [ elizabeth Dec 15, 2015 ]
Hi Mark. I'm not sure if they'll work with the S5. I use mine with a Motorola Moto X and a Samsung Rugby and they work fine with both. Hope this helps. [ Norma Dec 31, 2015 ]
Don't know all I have are apple products but I imagine so [ christopher Dec 29, 2015 ]
The tips are removable, but the round part of the headphone is a larger diameter than most. [ JOHN Jul 09, 2015 ]
The hook thing and tip are one piece. [ ANDREW Jul 09, 2015 ]
The tips come off and they come with 3 different sizes I believe. Not sure how well the foam tips would fit, but the tips do come off. [ Matthew Jul 09, 2015 ]
The tips can be changed but it doesn't come with foam tips. [ Chad Jul 09, 2015 ]
Yes you do just like answering call with headphones [ christopher Apr 21, 2015 ]
Yes press the middle of the black bar until you hear the chime . [ Patrick Apr 21, 2015 ]
Yes. The power button is located on the controls pad up near one of the ear buds. The volume controls are there, as well. To skip to the next track, just double "click" the power button. When the headphones are powered on, they immediately connect to your blue tooth device (at least to my iPhone). You only have to sync to them on the first use/connection. [ Brian Apr 21, 2015 ]
It's simple: on the right earbud you lift up the cover (the JBL logo) and it will expose the micro USB port, then plug in the cable and the other end into a USB power source and it will start charging. It's easy to overlook the cover because they designed it to look cool, but if you look really carefully you'll see a small tab you can stick your fingernail in to lift it up. [ Richard Jan 24, 2015 ]
end of the right ear piece flips open [ Don Jan 24, 2015 ]
On the ear bud opposite the control bar, if you look closely you'll notice a little cutout on the JBL plate. That JBL plate covers where you connect the charger. Get your fingernail under the cover and lift up. Viola! Hope this helps! [ Matthew Jan 24, 2015 ]
Hi, Lana, You can either plug the USB end into a computer or plug it into the wall using an adapter. I find that plugging into the wall with the adapter charges it much faster. Now, if you're asking where to plug into the headphones themselves, there is little, round, plastic cover on either the left or right ear piece. The removable cover has a notch in it so you can get under it to release it. Just pull the little cover away from the ear piece, and plug the cable into the ear piece. The removable cover is where the JBL logo is printed, if I'm not mistaken. Hope this helps! - Brian D. [ Brian Jan 24, 2015 ]
The right ear bud has a charging port. Your finger nail works great to lift the jbl tab. [ Juan Jan 24, 2015 ]
The end of the lighted earpiece that appears solid is actually removable. Look very closely and you will see a "pry slot" that you can work with a fingernail or small, thin tool. [ MICHAEL W Jan 24, 2015 ]
On the back of one of the earphones where it reads jbl is a clip you have to pull up with you finger nail. Use the provided charger or any android phone charger [ nathan Jan 24, 2015 ]
The back of one of the ear pieces opens to USB mini [ christopher Jan 24, 2015 ]
The cable has to make ends. The larger one is for a computer USB port. The other plugs into the earphones port, usually under a plus on the outside of the right earpiece. When you make the connections a red light goes on that is on the right earphone showing it is charging. When the re light turns blue, it is all charged and ready to use. [ David C. Jan 24, 2015 ]
safest charge is to plug into computer. charging into another type of usb charger such as apple iphone charger will burn your headphones out making them useless. [ Roger Jan 24, 2015 ]
In the ear plug there is a folding cover that says JBL with a small lach on the bottom pull it up and you will see the port . [ Patrick Jan 24, 2015 ]
Hi Lana. To charge, just pull the small cover that says JBL from the right earpiece and you'll find a spot to plug in your cable. Hope this helps. Larry. [ Norma Jan 24, 2015 ]
In the ear plug there is a folding cover that says JBL with a small lach on the bottom pull it up and you will see the port . [ Patrick Jan 24, 2015 ]
Not good for noise cancelation, you need to use the right size fittings which come in three sizes. Also depends on your device as well and the volume setting. Both my Samsung tab 4 and iPhone 4 put out just about the same sound range. You may need the ear muff ear phones, the noise cancelation pricy ones to mow the lawn. More so, after about 30 minutes or so you start feeling some discomfort and need to readjust. Otherwise beats having that long wire hanging around, sounds very clear when talking in phone mode. [ Jorge J. Dec 16, 2014 ]
I think so. I'm a mechanic and they drown out the surrounding noise. I Couldn't be happier with mine. [ Marvin Dec 15, 2014 ]
Yes they sounded great. The only problem I had was in my diesel truck the person on the other end could not hear me when I was on the phone. [ DANNY Dec 15, 2014 ]
No. Not quite. I disagree with some of the reviews that don't like the sound - it is very good as long as you get a good fit. Still not as loud as wired though. [ JOHN Dec 15, 2014 ]
Sorry but they are a gift for our son & he hasn't opened them yet. [ LISA Dec 15, 2014 ]
I use them in the gym with 75% of volium capacity I'm very happy [ YAIR Dec 15, 2014 ]
Yes you can [ christopher Dec 08, 2014 ]
I make them with my I phone so I would say yes you can and they work great [ L Dec 08, 2014 ]
Yes defiantly. [ Patrick Dec 08, 2014 ]
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: http://community.crutchfield.com. Or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/. [ Krissy Sep 28, 2015 ] Staff
Yes. Just know that the reliability of these lasting long is poor. I had to send them back to JBL for a replacement after 6 months, they just died. Also the buttons to work them are very small and hard to work if you have large hands/fingers. Sound quality is great but they do have issues. [ KEVIN Jan 12, 2016 ]
Yes you can. Don't really like the ear bud type headphones though as they are always falling out. They also briefly lose connection is phone iline of site is blocked. [ BOB Jan 12, 2016 ]
A couple of hours, but don't buy these if you plan to use them during activity. I jogged with mine; first pair lasted 8 months, and the replacement pair 6 weeks. [ charles Sep 17, 2015 ]
My recommendation would be not to purchase these head phones. They have many gliches for something so simple and don't hold a charge for an extended period of time. [ Paul Sep 16, 2015 ]
Wife's earphones. She says and hour, two tops [ BRUCE Sep 16, 2015 ]