Music. Everybody loves music. We listen to it all the time. We are listening to music when we wake up, in the shower, in the car, on the bus, on the way home, etc. Sometimes we even listen to music to go to sleep. Point being, we want to take our music with us everywhere we go. We want to be able to listen to music everywhere. Headphones and portable mp3 players allow us to do this. But the problem with headphones is the wires. No one wants to be bogged down with a bunch of wires. Then, you take your wireless Bluetooth headphones. Everyone seems to be coming out with those today, but most of them are junk. I’m not sure if you ever used them or not, but with a lot of them you will have sound quality issues and a lot of connectivity issues. JBL is hoping to change the game up a little bit with the JBL Synchros S210BT.
JBL Synchros S210BT Breakdown.
JBL is promising a new take on the old Bluetooth headphone trend. And yes, I realize that a lot of companies out there are making empty promises left and right, but I think this one might hold merit. Look at the company that is making the promise: JBL. JBL is a great American audio electronics company. They’ve been in business since 1946. Since then, they have built a lot of solid electronics for your enjoyment. I’m sure you have already owned a few of their products. But you haven’t owned the JBL Synchros S210BT. Not yet. Their new headset features JBL Signature Sound, sweat-proof tech, and gesture controls. Yep, you read that right. It’s gesture controlled. Change tracks or answer your phone with a wave of your hand. JBL Signature Sound with Pure Bass Performance promises to deliver the full spectrum of audible sound with high-performance bass as well. Sweat-Proof technology makes it a great headset to hit the gym with, never having to worry about your headphones getting wet and shorting out while you’re doing your thing. And the Gesture Controls? Gimmicky or not, it’s just something that sounds really cool. It also makes phone calls, hello. This makes an easy mens gift idea for the audiophile in your life, and maybe one that likes to boast about having the best of the best, too.