At CES 2023, JBL went wild and announced seven different wireless earbuds in three ranges that will hit stores in 2023: the Tune line, the Vibe line, and the Endurance Peak 3. The Vibe and Tune lines each have three different models, with different styles and prices.
JBL’s Tune range is the brand’s latest take on active noise-cancelling (ANC) wireless earbuds, while the Vibe earbuds are JBL’s latest entry-level model. The Tune line consists of three products: Tune Buds, Tune Beam and Tune Flex.
Each pair of Tune earbuds will cost $99.95, come in black, blue, and white colors and will be in stores from June 2023.
The Tune Buds (think standard earbuds) come with 10mm drivers, 40 hours of battery life with the case and ANC, and IP54 water and dust resistance. The Tune Beam buds (think AirPods Pro design) come with 6mm drivers, 40 hours of battery life with the case and ANC, and IP54 water and dust resistance. And the Tune Flex Buds (think standard AirPods) come with 12mm drivers, 24 hours of battery life with the case and ANC, and IPX4 water resistance. All Tune earbuds come with Bluetooth 5.3 and four built-in microphones.
In terms of JBL’s Vibe non-ANC earbuds, they’re also split into three different products: Vibe Buds, Vibe Beam, and Vibe Flex. Each Vibe earbud comes with up to 32 hours of battery life with the case and IP54 water and dust resistance. The Vibe Buds (standard earbud design) come with 8mm drivers for $49.95; the Vibe Beam (AirPods Pro design) also comes with 8mm drivers for $49.95; and the Vibe Flex (standard AirPods design) comes with 12mm drivers for $69.95. JBL’s affordable Vibe line is available in black and white and will be available for purchase in February 2023.
In addition to the Vibe and Tune earbuds, JBL has also announced a new pair of sports earbuds ready for your next workout. The JBL Endurance Peak 3 comes with 10mm drivers, IP68 water and dust resistance, 50 hours of battery life with case, and four built-in microphones. The Endurance Peak 3 Knobs will go on sale February 19 for $99.95 in black and white finishes.
We have no word yet on whether these buds will be coming to the UK, Europe and Australia. But if you’re looking for a new pair of buds that won’t break the bank, JBL clearly has something for everyone in 2023 with these seven budget options.
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