JBL headphones are known for their pure bass sound and in this review I find out how good the bass and sound quality is for two of their most popular budget in-ear headphones, the JBL T110BT and JBL TUNE 205BT. These two headphones are similar in price and at the time of this review were as follows;
JBL T110BT – £29.99 from Amazon UK
JBL TUNE 205BT – £34.99 from Amazon UK
The ear buds for each set of headphones are significantly different in design from each other. The TUNE 205BT ear buds which are a similar design to Apple’s ear buds don’t sit fully in the ear and so are more comfortable to wear for longer periods and in my experience provide a higher quality of bass sound too.
The only downside to these ear buds is that they don’t offer much noise cancelling where as the T110BT which use the standard in-ear design sit deeper in your ear canal and hence provide a reasonably good level of passive background noise cancelling.
The downside to the T110BT ear buds is that they are less comfortable to wear for long periods and in my experience I prefer not to wear them for more than 20 mins where in contrast I can wear the TUNE 205BT earphones all evening without any comfort issues.
Watch my detailed YouTube comparison review on both sets of these headphones where I compare their sound quality, comfort, usability and value for money and give a final verdict and score out of 5 for both.
The JBL T110BT Bluetooth wireless earphones produce great sound quality for the price, but whether you like more or less bass in your sound can depend on the device you are connecting them too.
I have tested the sound quality of these earphones with my iPhone, Laptop and Smart TV. Watch my video below to see my results and where I will also show you how to connect/pair these Bluetooth headphones to your smartphone.
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The JBL T450BT Bluetooth wireless headphones from Harman are a compact pair of on-ear USB rechargeable headphones which offer great sound quality for the price.
Volume controls are situated on the side of the headphones which can also be used to accept Bluetooth telephone calls from a connected smartphone. A LED indicator provides you with the current status of your headphones which also helps you to identify any issues you might have in operating them.
These headphones have a Bluetooth range of up to 5 m and work with a wide range of Bluetooth compatible devices such as an iPhone / Android smartphone, iPad, laptop and smart TV. They also fold away very compact which makes them great for travelling.
Current retail price is around £30 GBP or $50 USD on Amazon.
For a full review of these headphones please click on the link to my YouTube review below:
Troubleshooting Guide – How to Connect Your Headphones
If your headphones wont pair with your device try one of these most common solutions:
- Check your headphones are not already paired with another device. If they are then you will need to unpair them from that device or switch off Bluetooth on that device before you can connect them to another device.
- Your headphones could be trying to connect to another device instead of your preferred device. For example if you are trying to connect your headphones to your laptop but they are trying to connect to your smart TV instead. In this situation you can try switching your TV or any other competing Bluetooth devices off while you connect your headphones to your preferred device such as your laptop.
- Switch the Bluetooth option on your device to ‘On’ first, before you press the on/off button on the side of your headphones.
- Make sure your headphones are fully charged.
- If you’re adding your headphones as a new Bluetooth device to your PC in Windows, and you get a pop up with 3 options, make sure you select the top option as shown below: