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About JBL Club Pro Plus
The JBL Club Pro Plus is an inspiring device marred by minor complaints that add up to a sometimes aggravating experience. If you don’t mind running around with a dead headset from time to time. There’s a lot to like about this one. JBL has its fingers in a slice of audio cakes, from Bluetooth speakers to gaming headsets; you name it, JBL has it. Now the company is spinal with another pair of wireless headphones, the JBL Club Pro Plus. These headphones offer active noise cancellation (ANC), various equalization options, and more.
Is that enough to set these true wireless earbuds apart from all the rest?
Who is the JBL Club Pro Plus For?
- Everyday listeners who need something with ANC for their bus or train commute.
- Fitness enthusiasts need sweatproof but don’t care for an ear hook design.
- If you’ve used a pair of wireless earbuds before, the JBL Club Pro Plus should feel beautiful standard fare. The firm bills these new earbuds as the ones to get if you need something ready for anything, and that’s largely true.
What Makes a Good Set of Ears?
The JBL Club Pro Plus is made primarily of plastic, as is its charging case, which helps keep things light. The headphones have touch panels that offer a decent array of in-line controls, which you can adjust in the My JBL Headphones app.
The buttons have a molded shape intended to fit comfortably in the ear. But this operation’s success depends on the ear’s particular condition. There are no additional stabilizers like fins or ear hooks. So getting a decent seal with the correct size ear tip is very important (especially if the ear shape isn’t right for you). The JBL Club Pro Plus comes with three different sizes of silicone ear tips, so finding a decent fit shouldn’t be too difficult.
How well Organizes the JBL Club Pro Plus Cancel Noise?
The JBL Club Pro+ offers decent isolation and above-average ANC performance for a pair of wireless headphones. It’s nowhere near the high water mark of something like the Sony WF-1000XM4. But dimming like this should make nearby traffic rumble or traffic noises considerably quieter.
Enabling ANC should output sounds in the lower midrange, especially around 250Hz, at an eighth of their average volume. Walking down the path of a hectic street with ANC on won’t eliminate traffic noise. But a lot of engine noise will disappear, making cars sound like distant chainsaws.
How is the JBL Club Pro Plus Battery Work?
According to JBL, the JBL Club Pro+ can stand up to 6 hours on a single charge with ANC enabled, and that’s not far off. With a constant output of around 75 dB, the JBL Club Pro Plus’s left headphones lasted 5 hours and 23 minutes. The good one lasted 5 hours and 53 minutes some degree of difference between earbuds is to be expected. As that’s essentially the nature of how true wireless earbuds work. According to JBL the headphones should last up to 8 hours with ANC turned off, and it wouldn’t be surprising if the headphones came close to that number. Anyway, nothing is imposing here.
JBL also claims that the charging case holds a sufficient charge for 18 hours of ANC audio and 24 hours of non-ANC audio. We have not seen anything to question that during the review period. It’s hard to get an idea of the case’s charging capacity, given how often one earbud or another fails to make the connection it needs to start charging. The trial version also supports wireless charging with Qi-compatible chargers.
How does the JBL Club Pro Plus Connect?
The JBL Club Pro+ attaches to devices via Bluetooth 5.1. Which means it will never support features like Bluetooth LE Audio and the LC3 codec (released with firmware 5.2). Truly wireless earbuds support SBC and AAC Bluetooth codec by default, which means there is no high-quality, reliable option for Android users. AAC generally works fine, but it’s designed for Apple devices and doesn’t work as professionally somewhere else.
How does the JBL Club Pro Plus Sound?
The JBL Club Pro+ closely resembles our target curve across the frequency spectrum. This shouldn’t surprise like most test targets. Ours is influenced by the Harman curve, and Harman and JBL are Samsung subsidiaries. There’s a tiny more under-emphasis than we’d like to see with the upper-bass and midrange response, but else, music of all genres should sound quite lovely coming out of these earbuds.
Can we use the JBL Club Pro Plus for Phone Calls?
The JBL Club Pro+ microphone has average sound for a pair of wireless headphones. It does an excellent job of decreasing wind noise and filters out persistent hum from refrigerators or washing machines. Random noises will still be heard even if it is pretty quiet. This should be fine for phone calls in most situations, but if cars start honking while you’re walking, the person you’re talking to will still hear it.
You’re always on. Shouldn’t your headphones be? Music powers your day from the subway to your desk to the gym. JBL Club Pro+ TWS earbuds give you the ultimate in proper wireless performance. Connect seamlessly, no matter which earbud you first grab out of the case. Modify how much of the outside world you want to let in based on where you are and what you’re doing. Three microphones let you talk without distracting noise when you take a call. All-day comfort, effortless nothing-to-plug-in wireless charging, and, naturally, legendary JBL Pro Sound take true wireless to the next level.
JBL Club Pro Plus – Wireless Earbuds
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