Review: JBL Synchros E50BT Bluetooth Wireless Over-Ear Headphones

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Posted August 1, 2014 by in Headphones

Rating

Price / Value
A+


Sound Quality
A-


Build Quality
A


Style/Looks
A+


Total Score
A

13/ 14

Summary

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Company:
 
Style: ,
 
Price: $150
 
Website: JBL.com
 
Included extras: Audio Cable, and USB charging cable
 

Pros:

18 hour battery, and ShareMe function to share audio with another pair of headphones.
 

Cons:

The earcups weren't large enough to go over my ears, but that's more of a personal gripe.
 

Check out our full review of the new Synchros Over-Ear Wireless headphones from JBL and find out why we’ve awarded it our Editors’ Choice Award.

by .Omar Correa
Full Article

Check out our full review of the new Synchros Over-Ear Wireless headphones from JBL and find out why we’ve awarded it our Editors’ Choice Award.


About the Author

.Omar Correa

Omar is the Founder & Editor In Chief of GeeksterLabs.com (formerly known as BuyMeAniPhone.com). He is a Graphic/Web Designer by day and a tech reviewer by night. He's been reviewing products since 2007 and has filmed over 700 videos. He's also written reviews and articles for iPhone Life Magazine. He oversees all editorial content, focusing special attention on emerging technologies.

8 Comments


  1.  
    Guido

    nice review.
    one thing that was nog clear if i can skip songs with the controlls on the side.

    also could you perhaps measure the innner diameter of the cups so i can compare them to my own ears

    thanks




  2.  
    tender vegetable

    This website truly has all the info I needed about this
    subject and didn’t know who to ask.




  3.  
    Rich

    My ears are quite big, not quite dumbo ears, but the back top lobe is pressed against the internal speaker and don’t quite fit in the cups. What kind of cups would you recomend I purchase




    •  
      .Omar Correa

      You might want to check out the Sennheiser URbantite bluetooth headphones, They are more round shapped with more space inside for the ear.




  4.  
    Michael Fa├čbender

    What about hearing music in the bus for example. Do the will the guys next to you here the music together with you? Or don’t they even if you’re hearing you music loud recognize your music? That’s very important for me because I’ll often use them in the bus.




    •  
      .Omar Correa

      There is a little bit of sound leakage if you have them going full blast, but if you’re listening to them at 50% volume, you should be fine.




  5.  
    leo

    i got a pair of these coming in but see alot of mixed reviews ,no bass, poor treble, etc. and then some say great bass, loud music, etc. What would you say about the bass part of these headphones? Good or Nah would like to know thanks..




    •  
      .Omar Correa

      I thought the bass was good, but keep in mind if you want more bass you can always tweak the EQ on your device or computer to make them have more or less bass.





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