JBL Club One, Club 950NC and Club 700BT headphones launched in India: Price, specs and features

    While the Club One is the most premium one at 29,999, the Club 700BT and Club 950NC are priced at 11,999 and 17,999 respectively.
    By HT TECH
    | Updated on Jul 08 2020, 02:32 PM IST
    Armin Van Buuren with JBL Club One headphone.
    Armin Van Buuren with JBL Club One headphone. (JBL)
    Armin Van Buuren with JBL Club One headphone.
    Armin Van Buuren with JBL Club One headphone. (JBL)

    A few days after introducing its gaming headphones in India, JBL has now launched three new over the ear headphones under its ‘Club’ series. The lineup includes Club ONE, Club 950NC and Club 700BT. While the Club One is the most premium at 29,999, the Club 700BT and Club 950NC are priced at 11,999 and 17,999 respectively. The highlight of these new headphones are the company's JBL Pro Sound, Personi-Fi feature and native voice assistant support.

    The Club One sports High Res certified graphene drivers and True Adaptive Noise Cancellation + SilentNow feature. While the graphene drivers are claimed to be highly conductive, lightweight and deliver more accurate tuning, the True Adaptive Noise Cancellation tech monitors environmental sound 50,000 times per second to cut them while listening to music. The SilentNow feature lets users touch the dedicated button to switch ON noise cancellation mode. This is done without activating Bluetooth for audio isolation. 

    The headphone also delivers up to 45 hours of playback time, has replaceable ear cushions, dual-aux audio input and a flight adaptor. In addition to this, the Club One also supports voice assistants like Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Users can download the ‘My JBL Headphones’ app and can also customize their own listening preferences that get stored in the headphones itself.

    JBL Club One.
    JBL Club One. (JBL)
    JBL Club One.
    JBL Club One. (JBL)

    The slightly less powerful version - Club 950NC, gets mostly the same tech as Club One including JBL Pro Sound, graphene drivers, voice assistant support, JBL Headphones app and Personi-Fi feature, Ambient Aware and TalkThru technology, touch controls and metal hinges for durability. What is different in this one is that it supports Adaptive Noise Cancellation instead of Club One’s True Adaptive Noise Cancellation. It also gets a Bass-Boost button and can deliver up to 55 hours of listening time.

    The least powerful in the trio, the JBL Club 700BT has almost the same set of features as the Club 950NC except for the Adaptive Noise Cancellation and battery offering of up to 50 hours.

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    First Published Date: 08 Jul, 02:08 PM IST
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