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Walking Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds: JBL Tour Pro Plus TWS Review

Nov 06,2023 | David

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When it comes to wireless Bluetooth earbuds, you may not be unfamiliar with the brand JBL. It is a long-established American brand with a variety of products that are deeply loved by users. You can read a lot of review articles about JBL products online, and its flagship Tour Pro Plus TWS wireless Bluetooth earbuds have gained a lot of attention from professionals. Here are some real reviews of Tour Pro Plus TWS from users to help you understand these earbuds in a different way.

Product Information about JBL Tour Pro Plus TWS:
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JBL Tour Pro Plus TWS Wireless Earbuds Reviews from Users

Product name: JBL Tour Pro Plus TWS

Price: $199.95

Rating: 4.1 (out of 5)

Where to buy: Amazon.com or Official Website

Review 1: ★★★★★

Reviewed in the United Kingdom:

“There is no problem with the Bluetooth connection, there is no problem with the battery charging speed, and I feel like I want a little more duration during walking (it can be used continuously for 5 hours with noise canceling), but it's a passing score.

As for the sound quality, as I like, the low temperature comes out and the vocals are clear, so it feels great for walking. I've also played around with the app's equalizer, but I like the normal state the most.”

Review 2: ★★★★☆

Reviewed in the Japan:

“I was impatient because I could only hear in one ear (right) while walking. There seem to be a lot of people like that. There was no manual for such support, and when I searched, it was helpful because the kind person explained it in an easy-to-understand manner. I almost returned it.”

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Review 3: ★★★☆☆

Reviewed in the United States:

“I've never been itchy with earphones until now, but this model makes my ears itchy while walking in the street. The guide rubber makes it itchy even when the earpieces are changed. It's a sound I like quite a bit, so I try to listen to it on days when I'm feeling well.”

Review 4: ★★★☆☆

Reviewed in the Mexico:

“There were no problems with both sound quality and comfort, but there was a problem when walking with it on. Only the right earphone makes a crackling, unpleasant sound. Sounds like you're scraping vinyl chips. It seems to occur when noise canceling is on while walking, so if I turn it off, I can use it without problems, but I should have used it with a different product...”

Review 5: ★★★★☆

Reviewed in the United States:

“The texture of the main body is very good, and I think the sound quality is also very satisfying for walking if you fiddle with an equalizer etc. It's personally helpful that the noise canceling is moderate and the external sound capture is solid. However, it is better to limit these earphones to indoor or in-car use when walking outside wearing these earphones, “Wow! Whoa!” This is because it makes a constant wind whistling sound and makes you very disappointed.”

Review 6: ★☆☆☆☆

Reviewed in the Canada:

“In terms of sound quality, I felt that the performance was lower than the WH-1000xM4 and EAH-AZ60W. Particularly, the Tour Pro Plus performance was low, and the concentration on the work was low for my walking. The battery was 6. I don't have time.”

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Review 7: ★★★★☆

Reviewed in the United States:

“This is a comparison with the AirPods I used before, but linking with the iPhone takes “time and effort.” I was able to listen to music as soon as I put the AirPods on while walking, and the volume was finally set to. Here, the smartphone must be taken out and played one by one, and the volume must be adjusted.

Also, when you open a specific app while listening to music during walking, the sound is interrupted for a moment. (In my case, I'm playing it from Apple Music. (The sound stops when you open and close the Amazon app while listening.) Even on the internet, a few people posted that the sound was interrupted when they opened the Amazon app, so I wonder if it's not compatible with the app.”

Review 8: ★★☆☆☆

Reviewed in the Canada:

“I love the previous club pro, and I bought it expecting this new work. It's honestly disappointing as an impression of using it for walking in the road. This is because the powerful bass and the harsh treble, which are the good qualities of JBL, have faded in this work. Rock and EDM were insanely fun sounds that you can listen to in Club Pro for a long time, but I got the impression that the sound of that area has become quietly in this work while walking. The simple sound quality and the performance of the ANC and external sound capture function are not deteriorated, and it is quite good as an earphone.”

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Review 9: ★★★★★

Reviewed in the United States:

“The successor came out, so the model was delayed, but as expected, you can clearly hear everything from the bass range to the treble range of the flagship model.

Sound is also very good during walking. That's enough for me. Plus, there's a lot of music when I use it as a headset on my PC. It's out of shape, so it's a bargain that the price has dropped.”

Review 10: ★☆☆☆☆

Reviewed in the United Kingdom:

“While there were a lot of mystery manufacturers, I chose it with a sense of security that it was a long-established American brand, but it wasn't worth 199 dollars. I've been using it for about 1 month, but first of all, the sound quality is about medium as far as listening to music is concerned while walking. I'm not impressed, but I think it's a good one for my walking. When it comes to voice calls, voice synchronization and sound quality are often misaligned between left and right, which was subtle.

The worst part was the various sensors that were attached. The touch panel is extremely sensitive and responds even if you touch it lightly with the intention of reattaching it, and to be honest, it was a level where I wanted everything to be removed, as something like the attachment sensor only reacted when it was slightly misaligned and stopped (in the end, I was able to control it with an application, so I turned it all off).”

As we can judge from the reviews from users, most of them give these earbuds good reviews, but there are also some consumers who give these earbuds critical reviews. This is because it has a poor quality rubberized surface material that can easily lead to allergies. Plus, its touch panel is so sensitive that if you accidentally touch it during walking, it will immediately react to pause or play. Much to the dismay of the user.

Also, if you need a headphone suitable for walking, I would recommend the Wissonly Hi Runner bone conduction headphones even more. Made of skin-friendly and soft materials, these headphones perform on par with the JBL Tour Pro Plus TWS, but the price is only $99.99.

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Reasons for recommendation:

This is the most configured bone conduction headphones on the market.

Wissonly bone conduction headphones are the first brand I started to contact. When they recommended it on the online crowdfunding platform, I noticed it, after saw that many people were recommending, and I bought it for walking in daily life. This Hi runner I used for a few months, and the overall performance was better than I expected.

Some bone conduction headphones leak sound, and you know that I take privacy very seriously while walking in the street, so I'm very concerned about anti-sound-leakage technology. Wissonly Hi Runner does a very good job in the field. Its body is sealed, and through structural optimization and algorithm adjustment, its sound leakage is minimized. The official claim they can eliminate 90% of sound leakage.

r/HeyNewGadget - Walking Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds: JBL Tour Pro Plus TWS Review

I do not have professional equipment to test, but I have tried and found that if I am walking with the headphones at 60%-70% volume, the sound leakage is completely inaudible at a distance of 1.5 meters, which makes me very satisfied. I have actually compared it with other bone conduction headphones while walking with my husband, and the Wissonly Hi Runner has currently the best sound leakage reduction solution in bone conduction headphones.

The Wissonly Hi Runner is also particularly comfortable in the wearing experience during walking. Because the material of the whole machine is high-tech hypoallergenic silicone, and it is coupled with the ergonomic design that conforms to the structure of the human ear, so that users will not bring any burden to the ear under long-term wear for walking.

r/HeyNewGadget - Walking Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds: JBL Tour Pro Plus TWS Review

Sound quality as the core performance is undoubtedly worth mentioning. Hi Runner uses a large-sized vibration unit, the sound range is wider, the sound is more three-dimensional and deeper, so the sound quality is undoubtedly very good. Plus, it is also equipped with a Bluetooth 5.0 chip, the connection is more stable. And it will not be disconnected when used, which is a good experience for those who like walking out.

Wissonly Hi Runner also comes with 32GB of built-in storage that can store 5,000 songs, so you can use it completely as an MP3 player to enjoy music without your phone when you go out for walking. And the open-ear design allows you to hear what's going on around you, which will be even more life-saving for those who like walking at night.