JBL presented two models of headphones: a small TWS model, Tour Pro 2, a feature of which is the sensory display on the charge case, which allows additional functions to be controlled, as well as a full-size Tour One M2 with a box battery and a fast charger. Both models support active noise support technology.
The 1.45-inch sensor display on the JBL Tour Pro 2 headphone case allows for the control of different headphone functions: to choose their mode of operation, to control the playback of music, and to receive calls, messages and notices from social media — without having to pull out the phone. The manufacturer claims that this decision helps the owner save time, which is probably true if there is no smart hour and the phone is stored in a deep, difficult pocket.
Tour Pro 2 supports Bluetooth 5.3 LTE and can boast about 10 mm drivers, which are markedly larger than the 6.8 mm that were in Tour Pro Plus. The declared self-contained headphone time is 10 hours and the charge case resource is 40 hours.
JBL also announced full-size wireless Tour One M2 headphones, a successor to the original Tour One, offering support to Bluetooth 5.3 and 30 hours of operation with the active noise system activated. If the system is disabled, the time of autonomous operation is increased to 50 hours, and 5 hours of autonomous operation can be obtained in just 10 minutes of rapid charging.
The full Tour One M2 will be sold for $299, although the first-generation model was offered for only $200; and the miniatural Tour Pro 2 is valued at $249, although the previous version was for the same $200, the official start of sales of both models is now available in black and goldy colors.