Available in black, blue, green/black, white, white/pink, or yellow models, the Tune 120TWS earpieces have a glossy exterior surrounding the JBL logo/control panel. The earpieces magnetically snap into cradles in the slightly larger-than-usual charging case. The case has a flip-top lid, status LEDs on the outer panel, and a covered micro USB port for the included micro USB charging cable.
Internally, 5.8mm dynamic drivers deliver a frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz. There’s no app associated with the earphones, so the sound signature you hear is the sound signature you get, unless you go rogue and use a third-party EQ. This is worth mentioning, because plenty of competing (albeit slightly more expensive) true wireless in-ears have free apps that allow for EQ adjustments, and the sound signature here is unabashedly bass-forward.
JBL’s Tune 120TWS earphones deliver a solid, if not accurate, listening experience, where boosted frequencies don’t overpower the mix and things sound relatively balanced. Beyond that and a secure fit, however, this is a pretty barebones offering from JBL. There’s nothing wrong with that, but as we mentioned earlier, you can spend even less on Anker’s Soundcore Liberty Air without making any sacrifices in the audio department.
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