JBL Tour One headphones with up to 50 hours of battery life and adaptive noise cancellation introduced in India


The JBL Tour One wireless headphones were launched in India on January 12th. The headphones feature True Adaptive Noise Cancellation technology and are the latest addition to the company’s noise canceling portfolio in India. JBL Tour One headphones are Hi-Res Audio certified and offer Adaptive Ambient Aware and TalkThru functions. The headphones provide 25 hours of playback with noise cancellation enabled and 50 hours with disabled functionality. According to the company, JBL Tour One also supports voice commands for both Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant.

JBL Tour One price in India, availability

According to the company, the price of JBL Tour One in India is Rs. 25,999. The headphones are sold in a single black color option and are available through the JBL India website and in retail stores.

JBL Tour One specifications

The new JBL Tour One has 40mm dynamic drivers and is Hi-Res Audio certified to support frequencies up to 40,000 Hz. The headphones offer Adaptive Noise Cancellation, as well as Adaptive Ambient Aware and TalkThru features that let in ambient noise and lower the playback volume while amplifying nearby speech so users can speak through their headphones. JBL Tour One headphones feature the company’s Smart Audio Mode, which allows users to switch between “normal listening”, a “music mode” with higher fidelity and a “video mode” with lower latency.

The headphones offer 50 hours of music playback with 25 hours of battery backup with noise cancellation enabled, the company said. JBL Tour One has support for fast USB Type-C charging and users can enjoy two hours of playback after a 10 minute charge. JBL Tour One is equipped with four microphones for calls and also offers a hands-free function for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. The headphones work together with the company’s JBL Headphones app and support automatic playback and pause for media as well as a “My Alarm” function when traveling. Users can also adjust the headphone settings through the app, according to the company.

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