JBL LIVE 300 True Wireless In-Ear Bluetooth Headphones with Microphone


Key Features;

  • JBL signature sound 
  • Ambient aware Talkthru
  • Upto 20 hours of battery life
  • True wireless earbuds
  • Stereo calls

Considering the JBL Live 300TWS’s price and relatively simple design, I expected an equally simple experience—but I shouldn’t have judged a pair of true wireless earbuds on its subdued looks. A couple of weeks on, the Live 300TWS’s features still dazzle me, and the music quality is far better than I expected from buds in this price range.

The 2.7-inch-wide case alone looks as if it could come from a premium set of earbuds. Smooth, compact, and pocketable, its notification lights have a chic air reminiscent of luxury goods: A ring around the USB-C port along the bottom pulses white while the earbuds charge inside—the better to see where to stick the plug in low light—and it shifts to red once the cable is in. The act of opening the case could be more elegant, though; eventually, I fumbled far less with the lid after learning to pull it up from the sides. Get the JBL LIVE 300 True Wireless In-Ear Bluetooth Headphones with Microphone Best Price Online From CELLULAR KENYA,NAIROBI

The case is also attractive in light of JBL’s estimate that they deliver 14 extra hours of battery life, as you’ll need it. Despite JBL’s claim that the buds will play music for a full six hours, on two occasions they sputtered out before I reached the fifth hour.


The JBL Live 300TWS lack active noise canceling, but their passive noise cancellation from the good fit and seal works about as well as a low-grade set of earplugs. In other words, it won’t drain out airplane noise, but it does a good job of muffling normal office sounds. And conveniently, JBL equipped these buds with a couple of features to address how unwieldy it can be to take them out of your ears often.

First is “Ambient Aware” mode, which uses the microphones to pick up sounds from your surroundings. While I’ve heard better, it works well enough that I never felt compelled to pull these out to hear traffic and conversations. The second, more unique mode is “TalkThru,” which drops the volume of your music to barely audible levels so you can keep jammin’ while carrying on a conversation. I was particularly grateful for it while standing in checkout lines at the grocery store.