The JBL E25BT wireless headphone is designed to suit personal sense of style and deliver a lifelike listening experience.
JBL is a brand famous for making great-sounding headphones at competitive prices, and the recently launched E-Series is no exception. The JBL E25BT in-ear wireless headphone focuses on consumers who like to be on the move.
This lightweight pair of headphones feature angular ear-tubes for secure and comfortable fit and ships with multiple sized ear-tips – small, medium and large – to fit almost all ear-sizes and a small carrying case.
The JBL E25BT is, quite surprisingly, affordable, but one shouldn’t mistake its affordability for its lack of quality. JBL is known for its value for money, and the JBL E25BT is no different – both in sound and design. The JBL E25 headphones are well-built and slimmer compared to most wireless headphones that sport large angular ear tubes.
On the right side of the cable, users will find a three button in-ear control unit, including volume up/down buttons along with a central button to take/end calls. The remote is easy to use, but the buttons are so closely placed within each other that you will have to aware of their position before pressing them.
Another bigger module is positioned mid-way down the cable, which is assumed to be a battery pack. The company has also included a detachable clip to prevent the module from moving around while you are running or working out in a gym.
Overall, we found the JBL E25BT (priced at Rs 3,499) headphones far more comfortable than many other options currently available in the market.
While the design and comfort of a pair of headphones are important, they are not as important as their sound quality. Thankfully, the JBL E25BT headphones are pretty standard in the audio performance and sound great.
Let’s talk about bass first, as it’s one of top features consumers look for when it comes to sound quality. While playing songs with intense sub-bass content, the speaker produces appreciable bass. Vocals are clear and have a good presence even at low volumes. However, if you want more pounding bass and a more refined sound, you might want to look for other options.
The mid-range is also well defined. If your music library mostly contains guitars and vocals, you will be pretty satisfied with the neat sound and over all fine performance of the JBL E25BT.
The Bluetooth range is usual, viz. 10 metres, and the headphones are capable of maintaining a healthy connection without any dropouts. The headphones deliver a battery backup of almost seven hours and 10 minutes, which is pretty standard, if not great.
For an average user, the JBL E25BT is a decent set of in-ear headphones – it looks fit and sounds neat. Overall, the JBL E25BT delivers good sound signature with decent bass and will, in all likelihood, appeal to affordable segment buyers.