Good value but don't expect perfection
I wanted a pair of noise cancelling bluetooth headphones, mainly for watching TV without disturbing family. My research found lots of positive reviews on the JBL Tune 750BTNC phones. So I bought a pair from mobileciti and they arrived very quickly. However I could not get these Bluetooth 4.2 headphones to connect to my 2019 model TCL television via Google Chromecast. They also would not connect to my older Sony TV via a TaoTronic bluetooth dongle. Both these devices connect successfully to my Bose QC35II bluetooth headphones. On the positive si...de, my new JBL Tune 750BTNC phones did connect to an old Apple iPod and recent Motorola android phone. So the JBL Tune 750BTNC headphones have some connectivity issues, in my experience. The JBL sound is definitely bass heavy but not ridiculously bassy. I did a quick comparison with my Sennheiser HD598 headphones and there is a very significant drop in sound quality going to the JBL Tune 750BTNC phones. Okay that's not a fair comparison. Just be aware if audio fidelity is your thing these JBLs are not for you. If you want decent sounding cans that emphasise the bass, and come at a very reasonable price, keep reading. Comfort is also not up to Bose or Sennheiser standards but better than okay at the discount price I paid. The earcups really are quite small. My ears are average size for an Aussie male and the JBL phones sit partly on ear, not fully over ear. This does get a bit uncomfortable after an album or two. Would I buy the JBL Tune 750BTNC phones again? No. But I will happily use this pair with my iPod and Moto phone and appreciate their effective noise cancelling and quite decent sound via bluetooth.
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