This is JBL’s entry leveled IEM cater mainly for youngsters who is into bass, POP and EDM genre. The package comes with a soft pouch and 2 additional size eartips. Latest pricing here Amazon/Shopee/Lazada.
The one button remote (which also houses the microphone), controls all the function for call and play/pause. The cable is 1.2 meter long, flat style which untangle easily. Looks good with all matte white finish and glossy rose gold finish on the buds. When it come to sound isolation it is good, you can faintly hear people talking with this earphone on. Weighs around 14g.
Headphone cable length (ft): 3.97
Headphones jack type: 3.5 mm
Weight (g): 80.0
Weight (oz): 2.82
Ear tip material: Silicon
Headphone cable length (cm): 121.0
Driver size (mm): 8.7
Number of drivers per ear: 1.0
Driver sensitivity at 1kHz/1mW (dB): 96.0
Impedance (ohms): 16.0
Audio Quality test performed on the Iphone 6. It has 8.7mm driver which it under powered as we had to run our test at the 7th volume instead of our usual 5th volume on our Iphone 6.
Tiaan – Be Ok
The Low bass frequency is well bodied, you can feel the bass pressure booming and it fades well.
Pia Mia – Do It Again
The bass is energetic and it fade smoothly. The bass doesn’t eat into the vocals.
Ed Sheeran – Touch and Go
The guitar chords is good, each vibration can be heard. It just needs a bit more shine on the upper mids. The vocals is great throughout the range, vocal humming is eargasm.
Pentatonix – See Through
Vocals is good. Mitch Grassi voice (male hi pitch Tenor voice) performs great, just need little bit more shine on the upper mids to high range especially at the (0.45) mark of the song.
The JBL T210, perform well from low to upper-mids. I have to point out that our audio test we had to push to the 7th volume instead of our usual 5 volume. The IEM need more juice to get it to its full potential. The JBL T210 is more for bass and pop listeners.
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