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JBL’s new True Wireless range have three different series and three different form factors

When it comes to earphones one size doesn’t fit all so JBL has launched its new True Wireless range which gives customers the choice of form factor and features and with prices to suit all budgets.

So how do customers know which JBL True Wireless earphones is right for them?

JBL has created a grid with three different series which have three different form factors and three different price points.

The three series are Wave, Tune and Live and each come in three different design options  – bud, stick closed style with tip and stick open style to suit your style and listening needs.

Bud style are ergonomically designed to fit completely inside your ears.

Stick with tip have a smaller bud with a short stalk and a silicon tip that fits your ear. These are a closed stick which means the sound is more contained within the earbud for a better sound.

Open type stick prevents pressure building up inside and offer a more natural sound.

The Wave Series is the entry level model and offers JBL’s usual sound quality at a more affordable price of $89.95.

The series includes Wave Bud, Wave Beam (closed stick) and Wave Flex (open stick).

Moving up to the Tune series ($149.95) introduces active noise cancellation with four microphones and smart ambient technology to stay in touch with the outside world while still wearing the earphones.

The Tune Bud has a 10mm driver and IP54 water and dust resistance, Tune Beam (closed stick) has a 6mm driver and IP54 water and dust resistance while the Tune Flex (open stick) has a 12mm driver and IPX4 water resistance.

The Live series ($199.95) is available in three shapes including Live Free 2 (bud), Live Pro 2 (closed stick) and Live Flex (open stick).

They offer premium True Adaptive Noise Cancellation with Smart Ambient which uses six microphones to cancel the outside noise so you can focus in on your music.

They have up to 40 hours of playback, up to eight hours in the earphones and up to 32 hours in the charging case.

Stay tuned to Tech Guide for a full review in the coming weeks.