Announced at the beginning of January this year at CES held in Las Vegas, the JBL Live 300TWS headset arrives in Brazil. The gadget works completely wirelessly, can survive during rain or user sweat, works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, in addition to promising autonomy of six hours of music.
After the pair of Link Music and Portable speakers, JBL brings to Brazil another product that was announced during CES 2020 and that happened in the United States. The launch is the Live 300TWS, fully wireless headphones that use a small case for charging and protection.
Two points are noteworthy, the first being in autonomy of up to six consecutive hours outside this same case, which can restore an hour of use of the headphones with 10 minutes of recharge. In the case, the headphones can be recharged for just over three times, completing the total autonomy of 20 hours – with 3.3 guaranteed recharges if the battery is full.
The second point is the protection against water with the IPX5 certification, which makes the earphones gain resistance to water and sweat. The degree of the certificate does not guarantee that the JBL Live 300TWS survives in diving, so it is good to take the headphones out of your pocket when washing your pants.
JBL Live 300TWS has fast and multi-device pairing
The headsets use Bluetooth 5.0 to chat with any other compatible device, in addition to being able to be paired more quickly and in more than one gadget. Not that it will play music from all sources at the same time, but that changing sources is faster because you don’t have to redo the process of finding a new smartphone, computer or tablet.
Finally, the headset is equipped with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, which can be chosen and configured within the My JBL Headphones application, which also controls other functions such as the ambient mode that lets the external sound in.
When and how much?
The JBL Live 300TWS is now available in Brazil in white and black colors, with a suggested price of R $ 999. The value matches the proposal and makes it close to its direct competitor and with a very similar look, which is the Galaxy Buds +.