Wireless headphones are flowing the marketplace and as this could be good, it offers the buyer a difficult job choosing between different headphone models and brands. With the JBL T450BT which comes at an extremely cheap price there are very few opponents that might match this headphones efficiency. I am here to explore the JBL T450BT s build and design, comfort and fit, sound quality, packaging, and accessories. During the review, I may make an instant comparison of the T450BT to different headphone models.
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Looks and CONSTRUCTION
JBL claims its T450BT headphone, due in April, will come with an “incredibly compact design” and be “easily foldable.”
The headphone is lightweight and mostly plastic with the feel of a cheap product. Though most testers concede that for the price paid, it appears to be constructed of materials adequate enough to justify its purchase. The stereo speaker system is very simplistic, containing no padding on the headband or cushiony material for comfort. However, the ear pads are well cushioned and soft to rest over sensitive areas like external ears. Despite the leather cover of the earpads, which is thin and subject to breakdown over time,
The ear pad openings are small because these headphones should fit on your ear instead of fitting over the entire ear.
The JBL T450BT quickly and easily connects to smartphones so it can be used as a wireless headphone.
Controls and indicators in your headphone can be found on the outside of each earcup. Throughout, the controls and indicators are as follows: a microphone, a power button, a led light indicator, and three buttons that may provide you song skipping, call management, and volume control.
To turn on the headphone, press the power button. To pair it with your Bluetooth-enabled device, hold down the power button for a couple of seconds.
To initiate Bluetooth connectivity to share music, you need to press and hold the power button. The LED on the headphone blinks blue after it has been enabled and is searching for a device to pair with. after the pairing process to your playback device is successful, the LED light stops blinking and a sound is played from your headphone speakers.
The Bluetooth bond is fairly good, and we had no problems pairing with the device. The connection offers a decent distance of about 10 meters.
If watching movies, be aware the wireless mode will provide latency conditions that could limit your experience.
With a battery life of up to 11 hours, the JBL T450BT is great for daylong trips. However, it requires 3 hours to charge fully – so it may not be ideal for long trips where you won’t have access to a power source. However, for everyday listening at home or training purposes, the battery life is acceptable.
Running and Gym Use
The JBL T450BT is not water or sweatproof and should be replaced if subjected to fluids. The headphones may be best for lighter, simpler exercises such as yoga or walking. These kinds of exercises are not usually vigorous enough to cause you to sweat profusely which the headphone could handle.
Comfort and Fit
The JBL T450BT feels like there’s no headset on your own head and the earcups are nicely padded. The leather materials make for a comfortable feel against the ears, though it is quite thin. The earpads are made of memory foam, which may lead to a lot more discomfort for the user when worn long-term.
However, it is light enough and does not put any pressure on certain zones.
The clamping force of the headphone when new is quite strong, but over time it becomes more bearable. After using the headphones for a while, the clamping force decreases and you’ll be able to use them for longer periods The headphone will typically resorb enough to decrease the clamping force with time.
Feedback: To lessen the clamping force, modify your fit (not the headphone).
Additionally, the headphone offers a steel band in the headband. For height adjustments matching different head sizes, grab the headband at your desired location and gently push or pull it to adjust your fit.
The JBL T450BT is just ok in terms of sound quality, with the bass being dominant and mids being balanced. The treble response is good but lacks detail.
The following is a breakdown of the JBL T450BT sound signature.
In our testing, we found that the bass response of the JBL T450BT is good at lower levels. However, at higher volumes, both the level and impact of bass frequencies become more pronounced.
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Mids and High-End (Treble)
The midrange is well-balanced and offers listeners a perfect reproduction of sound. It features vocals as well as lead instruments, such as the guitar or piano.
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The highs sound clean but lack detail, in fact, they are damaged by sibilance in a couple of tracks.
The JBL T450BT does not have an active cancellation feature. To minimize noise, the JBL T450BT utilizes its earcups. However, since it’s only an On-ear headphone, and with no padding for passive isolation of external sounds, it can’t do much to get rid of all noises passively. For that reason, they are not suited to use in a noisy environment as a result of noise leakage into the earpieces. However, the headphone will not leak much sound outside, and you could increase the volume level to counter the noise.
Microphone and Call Quality
The microphone of the JBL T450BT when used for calls in a quiet environment is excellent. However, if there is background noise, you may find that the voice does not come through as clearly as it should.