JBL Live 660NC – Wireless Over-Ear Noise Cancelling Headphones with Long Lasting Battery and Voice Assistant – Black, Medium Electronics

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About this item The JBL Live 660NC wireless headphones feature 40mm drivers and a sound signature that can be found in the most famous venues all around the world. Keep the noise away and stay focused on the music with Adaptive Noise Cancelling of these Bluetooth headphones. The Ambient Aware technology allows you to safely walk busy streets by increasing ambient sounds, while with TalkThru music is lowered and speech is amplified so you can easily chat keeping your headphones on. Get help from your preferred voice assistant using your voice or with a tap on the earcup. Activate Nose Cancelling or Ambient Aware, check the battery life or power off your JBL Live 660NC simply with your voice. Use the all-new JBL App to easily set your preferred voice assistants. Stay in touch with your world by managing calls with the buttons on the ear-cup. The mic technology allows for perfect stereo calls. Rock on for up to 50 hours (or up to 40 hours with ANC and BT on). Then, stop for a quick 10-minute charge to get extra 4-hour fun. Android 6.0 or higher is required for full access to Alexa features when using this device Maximum play time (hours): 50

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Product Dimensions 6.93 x 3.94 x 7.48 inches Item Weight 9.3 ounces ASIN B091FZK6VB Item model number JBLLIVE660NCBLKAM Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included) Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #4,342 in Electronics ()

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Product Dimensions 6.93 x 3.94 x 7.48 inches

Item Weight 9.3 ounces

ASIN B091FZK6VB

Item model number JBLLIVE660NCBLKAM

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Best Sellers Rank #4,342 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #213 in Over-Ear Headphones

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No

Date First Available April 1, 2021

Manufacturer JBL

Country of Origin China

Charging Time 2 Hours

Item Weight 265 Grams

Units 1.0 Count

Number Of Items 1

About this item The JBL Live 660NC wireless headphones feature 40mm drivers and a sound signature that can be found in the most famous venues all around the world. Keep the noise away and stay focused on the music with Adaptive Noise Cancelling of these Bluetooth headphones. The Ambient Aware technology allows you to safely walk busy streets by increasing ambient sounds, while with TalkThru music is lowered and speech is amplified so you can easily chat keeping your headphones on. Get help from your preferred voice assistant using your voice or with a tap on the earcup. Activate Nose Cancelling or Ambient Aware, check the battery life or power off your JBL Live 660NC simply with your voice. Use the all-new JBL App to easily set your preferred voice assistants. Stay in touch with your world by managing calls with the buttons on the ear-cup. The mic technology allows for perfect stereo calls. Rock on for up to 50 hours (or up to 40 hours with ANC and BT on). Then, stop for a quick 10-minute charge to get extra 4-hour fun. Android 6.0 or higher is required for full access to Alexa features when using this device Maximum play time (hours): 50

In your world, music is essential, so slip on a pair of JBL Live 660NC and elevate your day. Feel the power of JBL Signature Sound delivered by 40mm drivers, enjoy the convenience of Adaptive Noise Cancelling and Smart Ambient technologies that allow you to focus on what matters for you, and talk to your favorite Voice Assistant with a tap on the ear cup. Rock out uninterruptedly for 50 hours!

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Product Dimensions

6.93 x 3.94 x 7.48 inches

Item Weight

265 Grams

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Item model number

JBLLIVE660NCBLKAM

Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

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Best Sellers Rank

#4,342 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #213 in Over-Ear Headphones

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

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Date First Available

April 1, 2021

Manufacturer

JBL

Country of Origin

China

Charging Time

2 Hours

Units

1.0 Count

Number Of Items

1

60 reviews for JBL Live 660NC – Wireless Over-Ear Noise Cancelling Headphones with Long Lasting Battery and Voice Assistant – Black, Medium Electronics

  1. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I can’t go back to AirPods after this!

    I got these headphones for Christmas and I absolutely love them. I have used AirPods (the original ones and 2nd generation) for years, but after recently losing an AirPod, I wanted these and I can’t go back. The sound quality is amazing. These are extremely comfortable as well. These headphones are a great option to other more expensive headphones out there!

  2. Corey Snyder

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Quality

    At first glance they seemed smaller than the picture but after wearing them for a while they’re very comfortable and the sound is great. I have large ears and these headphones fit over them well. My kids all have Beats and these are actually better than there’s. You can’t beat these JBL’s for this price.

  3. Barbara JN

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Bought for my son in law…. He loves them!… enough said

    The person I bought them for LOVES THEM💞

  4. SirRahKnight

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A superiour headphone

    When I first got these headphones I was a bit disappointed with the sound however, once they get broke in, around 10 hours of use, not only did they get somewhat louder, the sound quality became excellent. The headphone speakers, just needed to be broke in.I have slept in these, being a side sleeper, something you can not do easily with many headphones, and probably should not do but…The music sound is excellent, nice for audio books too. They have a good sound stage, with great stereo division.My wife often listens to the TV at loud volume. When you have the sound blocking feature on, the outside world sounds disappear. They have come a long way with the technology. It is funny to have your wife come up to you, you see her lips move, but hear nothing. The sound pass through feature works well, if you need to hear when the baby wakes.Battery life is phenomenal. I have only ran them down once. I like the feature that turns off the sound and pauses the audio, until you put them back on.So far, these are, of many sets of headphones I have owned over the years, the best I have ever owned.

    22 people found this helpful

  5. Jeffrey Brady

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good

    These are fantastic! I love them. Does everything I need them to do

  6. Rudi D. Aguilera

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound quality

    They have good sound. Quality is lost with using Bluetooth so don’t expect that perfect audio sound. Sound was much deeper and richer than equivalent Beats headphones. I use to have a disc man and earphones 20 + years ago. That was studio quality sound. Have never had that same quality with any Bluetooth devices

    One person found this helpful

  7. IBrown

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for the price point.

    Sound cancelling isn’t as good at the flagship Sony (which have surpassed Bose at this point), and sound quality isn’t as good as flagship Sennheiser. That’s okay because these cost way less and the sound cancelling and sound quality are still pretty good. You can still feel the base from Massive Attack’s “Angel” and you can still reduce the noise on a plane and they’re a ton better than anything else in this price bracket and won’t fall apart.EDIT-2023Noise cancelling is way better now and I think it is just wear-in giving them a better fit. If I ever-so-slightly compress the ear cups against my head, the noise cancelling becomes absolutely amazing and it will stay that way when I let go. I think the spacing from the driver to my ear is was just too far when the cups were newer and stiffer. It was absolutely silent on my last flight and when I pulled them down to ask for coffee from the drink cart, I was startled by how suddenly loud it was. I would say they are every bit as good as the best of the best from Sony/Bose for noise cancelling, just needed to break in the cups.END_EDITThe phone app lets you setup a custom EQ and adjust preferences. You can connect to two devices at once, so Phone and Computer most likely. Battery life is crazy long, but if it ever does die, you can still use them corded.They use ACC, so they’ll sound great with most phones, Mac, and Windows 10 when not using the mic, but Windows 11 tries to force them into SBC and Windows 10 will use SBC if you are using the mic and SBC sounds pretty bad. This is a Windows problem, not a JBL problem, but if JBL added support for another codec Windows likes better, it would be nice. If you’re just doing Teams or something, SBC won’t bother you, but you’ll notice if trying to play music on Windows 11 and can’t figure out how to force Windows back into ACC. If you don’t know what ACC and SBC are, don’t worry about it.Sound quality is definitely best when using them with noise cancelling on, but audio and noise cancelling are separate, so you can use one without the other if you want (weirdly not possible on some other headset brands).

    151 people found this helpful

  8. Dakota Drake

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Sounds really good, but only if you have the right we setting in the app

    I used JBL headphones in the past (tune 500bt and 700bt) but they broke (both stopped charging), so I thought I would try one of their higher quality headphones from the live series and decided to go with the live 660nc.First off is the quality is really good the ear cups are really soft and feel durable for long music sessions and the headband isn’t made of plastic like the tune series headphones but instead have metal in it, but you’ll feel the clamp force a little when you first put them on but it’ll loosen real quick, and it also comes with a carrying pouch.Secondly the pairing was seamlessly quick and popped up on my iPhone within 2 seconds.Thirdly, the headphones features, these come packed with noise cancellation, ambient aware (lowers the music and amplifies outside noises) and talk thru (amplifies speech to hold a conversation). You can only have one of the last two features toggled on in the app along with NC. There are extra features that kinda feel gimmicky like the auto play/pause feature ( headphones pause and play music if they detect you’re wearing them or not) I turned this feature off and if you press down on the left speaker for 2 seconds, you can activate your assistant.Lastly and the most important talking point about these headphones is the sound quality, I wish they got louder than they did, they sounded kinda lower on max volume the my tune headphones, even the bass sounded kinda lacking compared to them, but there is a solution but that’s only if you download the app and mess with the EQ settings, I recommend the club preset because it makes the bass pop and not sound muddy while you can hear crisp vocals that aren’t drowned out by the bass, and the volume feels increased because of this preset, and the last thing that make these sound like 200 headphones depends on the music app you use. I personally use Musi (iPhone exclusive) and their bass preset plus the JBL app club preset make these sound AMAZING, even better than Spotify, but I digress these headphones are really good pickup, but only on if they’re on sale. I got these for $99.95 USD but I don’t feel these headphones are worth $199.95 because of the after mentioned sound quality out of the box, I would market these at about 160-170, but JBL headphones are really good so this gets 4 stars from me.

    31 people found this helpful

  9. randy hartmann

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound!!

    These have a wonderfully balanced sound throughout the ranges and noise canceling works and noise canceling works great during loud activities (gym, mowing, flying). However, I had to knick it down a star because they sit far from the head on the sides. When I look around at others wearing other brands theirs seem to be much closer and rounded to the shape of the head where the JBL’s are boxier.

    One person found this helpful

  10. Amazon Customer

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not that good

    Headphones worked pretty well for the first month ish but then started losing the silencing feature. They also randomly pause even though they are put on correctly. I have a small head and they easily move around and are having to be readjusted frequently. Music still plays well but base is also not very good. For the price though I can’t expect a bunch.

  11. JD

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth every penny

    First of all, hopefully my review is fair but please read this with a grain of salt. I do consider myself an “audiophile” which frankly isn’t a status symbol of my knowledge on audio, it’s simply that I have hole in my pockets from spending on audio gear. I do own several high end TOTL IEMs and Headphones from the likes of Empire Ears, Unique Melody, Meze, Hifiman and Audeze, but I am also trying to be as fair as possible in my review here as I can’t compare any of these brands to JBL. But on the other hand, I do have other “consumer” headphones from Sony and Soundcore, so I’m trying to frame this review around that as a comparison.I was looking for something simple that I can occasionally take with me to the gym, for walks, at an airplane, etc., where I wouldn’t be absolutely paranoid about dropping, scratching or breaking them in the process. From the reviews both within Amazon and other sources, it seemed like a “safe” bet with a 4.5 rating on Amazon and some mixed reviews from other sources. I’ve mainly seen these compared to the Soundcore Q30 (which I bought and returned), and folks seem to generally lean towards Soundcore instead between these two.Let me start by saying there is NO comparison to the Soundcore Q30. In terms of build quality and sound quality, these JBL Live 660NCs are light years ahead. Compared to something like the Sony WH1000XM5, believe it or not, I actually prefer the tuning on the JBL, but the ANC and mic quality on the Sony is definitely better, and Sony of course supports LDAC which these JBLs don’t. Frankly, not a big deal, since if I really want to hear “HiFi” music I can simply plug these into my headphone amp with the provided wired cable (which I’ll get into in a bit).Sound quality: Harman target, executed beautifully. You get the boosted lows, somewhat recessed mids and boosted highs, but they respond extremely well with EQ either through the JBL app or Wavelet for Android (which I’d recommend over any headphone manufacturer app anyways). Both female and male voices are clear, crisp, not too sibilant, instrument separation is fantastic, above average staging, and there’s zero “muddying” of the sound especially when EQ is applied to boost any frequency range. The bass has “rumble”, but again, doesn’t muddy anything – it’s thumpy and fast. Again, light years ahead of the “competition” such as the Soundcore Q30.Build: Excellent. Sturdy. Doesn’t feel like “cheap” plastic. Light years ahead of the Soundcore Q30, but doesn’t even come close to beating the Sony WH1000XM5 in terms of comfort – the Sony headphones are like wearing “clouds” on your ears. Ear cups are a bit small (I’ll get into that later).Where I was the most impressed with was when connecting these to a good quality amp. I run a Topping E50 and L50 stack, and I almost feel like they turned into a completely different headphone with a wired connection. The sound was simply fantastic, to the point where I can (and will) compare these to the sound signature and performance of the Meze 99 Neo (~$200), and frankly responds better to a Sony WH1000XM5 connected to the same source. So short version: If you can experience these with a good quality wired connection (DAC + AMP combo) I definitely recommend trying it out.Now to the “bad” stuff: Small ear cups, or maybe I have big ears. Would be nice to have ear cups that are a tad bit bigger to fit bigger ears. Wired connection – I am trying to understand why JBL wouldn’t just provide a standard 3.5mm connector rather than a 3.5mm to 2.5mm connector – Why? For Bluetooth, the max supported codec is AAC, which again is fine considering the price and I wouldn’t expect LDAC at this price point so this really isn’t a negative call out to JBL.Are these “audiophile” grade? No. But you can’t expect that for $99. What you get is an excellent pair of headphones packed with basic features, with excellent sound, portability, build quality, that won’t make you cry if they break.

    85 people found this helpful

  12. sheila

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    JBL Live 660NC Headphones Review: A Harmonious Blend of Comfort and Sound

    The JBL Live 660NC headphones offer an impressive listening experience that seamlessly merges cutting-edge technology with comfort, making them a standout choice in the world of wireless headphones.Pros:1. Superb Sound Quality:The sound quality of the JBL Live 660NC headphones is exceptional. The headphones deliver a well-balanced audio profile with crisp highs, rich mids, and punchy bass that enhances both music and multimedia content.2. Adaptive Noise Cancelling: The active noise-cancelling technology effectively blocks out unwanted ambient sounds, immersing you in your audio experience. The feature is particularly handy in noisy environments or during long commutes.3. Comfortable Design: The over-ear design of the headphones, coupled with plush cushioning, ensures hours of comfortable listening. The ear cups conform well to your ears, providing a snug fit without causing discomfort over extended periods.4. Long Battery Life: The impressive battery life of up to 40 hours ensures that you can enjoy uninterrupted music playback for extended periods. Additionally, a quick 10-minute charge provides up to 2 hours of playtime.5. Intuitive Controls: The touch controls on the ear cups offer an intuitive way to manage playback, adjust volume, and handle calls without needing to take out your connected device.Cons:1. Bulky Build: While the over-ear design contributes to comfort, the headphones are slightly bulkier compared to some other wireless models. This might affect their portability, especially if you’re always on the go.2. App Functionality: While the My JBL Headphones app enhances the user experience, some users might find its functionality slightly limited in terms of customization and features.A Symphony of Sound and Comfort:The JBL Live 660NC headphones beautifully blend outstanding sound quality, comfort, and advanced features, resulting in an audio experience that’s hard to match. Whether you’re a music enthusiast, a frequent traveler, or someone who enjoys immersive sound while watching movies, these headphones deliver on every front.The adaptive noise-cancelling technology works remarkably well, transforming noisy environments into your personal sonic sanctuary. It’s an excellent tool for concentration during work or for savoring your favorite tunes without distractions.Moreover, the headphones’ comfort factor cannot be overstated. The combination of cushioned ear cups and an adjustable headband ensures a snug fit that doesn’t compromise on comfort, even during marathon listening sessions.While the JBL Live 660NC headphones might be slightly bulkier than some competitors, the benefits they bring in terms of sound quality, noise cancellation, and comfort far outweigh this drawback. The headphones cater to audiophiles and everyday listeners alike, making them an investment worth considering.In conclusion, the JBL Live 660NC headphones offer an impressive audio experience wrapped in a comfortable and intuitive design. Their exceptional sound quality, adaptive noise-cancelling capabilities, and lengthy battery life make them a fantastic companion for music, movies, and more. Despite their bulkier build and minor app limitations, these headphones set a high standard for wireless audio quality and comfort.

    72 people found this helpful

  13. Ohukno

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing headphones!

    Was looking for a pair of over-ear headphones, and I haven’t had a pair since they had cords! So I’ve never owned a Bluetooth pair, I’ve always just used earbuds. But after having allergy issues involving earbuds when working out, I decided I wanted something that didn’t go inside my ears for when I’m at home. I like music all the time, not just when I’m sweating. I wanted a pair of headphones that sounded great, but didn’t cost hundreds of dollars. Remembering I once had a jbl pulse speaker and how great it was, I came across these and definitely paused for a minute. There were a couple models I was looking at, but these really grabbed me seeing that they have decent bass and noise canceling. While I can say the noise canceling isn’t spectacular, its definitely still really good. It also depends on the type of music you’re listening to and at what volume, because quieter and easier listening music means less noise canceling ppower. I can say, I have a very busy home with 2 little kids and I don’t hear much of anything when I’m wearing these, so I definitely make sure their dad is home or someone else is watching them if I plan to use these. One huge plus for me (that I didn’t even realize when I bought them) is the fact that you can communicate with Google assistant with a tap of the left ear cup. This is pretty awesome to me, I didn’t realize they had a feature like that! Probably my favorite feature is the fact that it detects when they’re on or off your head, and pauses and starts the music automatically! Its so nice not having to press pause or play when taking them off/on for a second. They fold in nicely and store easily, even though the bag they include isn’t convenient because it’s a tight fit. Call and mic quality isn’t spectacular, but not bad. Overall, I’m extremely happy with them because any of the cons aren’t that important to me, the music is what I care about and it sounds great! I like the equalizer through the app, and how straightforward these are. The features are great and feel premium and the music and bass sound really nice. Being just under a hundred bucks, I couldn’t go wrong with these and I don’t regret them for a second. They also look super nice, as well. Some of the more expensive models are ugly and clunky looking, in my opinion. But for the price point these are absolutely amazing. I use them all the time and I’d definitely buy them again! My brother has beats headphones and says he wants to upgrade to these.

    3 people found this helpful

  14. Carrie

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty Good

    Overall, I like these over the ear headphones.Comfort: I wish they were in a slightly larger size. The only option appeared be ‘medium’, but large may have given my (large???) ears a tad bit more room. They are comfy enough to even lay down (on your back) and fall asleep in, if that’s your thing. They are super snug across the top of your head, which I like as I wanted them for bike riding/walking/exercise. They do get a touch hot after wearing them for a bit if you are doing any sort of activity, but not the end of the world.Sound: These sound AWESOME. The extra (optional) app you can download gives you even more control on settings and can definitely enhance your listening depending on the type of music you are into. There are presets that work quite well, but also the option to add your own. OVERFLOW: Not sure if this is the correct term, but you can hear OUTSIDE the headphones, so if on a plane or near others, just be aware- it ain’t private. 😂 I’ve not used them for phone conversations, but the mic works well with any assistant you use (I tried both Alexa and Google).Battery Life: Like whoa. I’ve had these for a few weeks and have NOT had to charge them yet! I’m currently just above 60% battery life. I feel like I use them quite a lot (walking the dog, doing chores, just listening to books around the house, etc.) I’m impressed with the 50 hour battery life.Noise Cancellation: Nope. It has little to no noise cancellation, especially when compared to my Google Pixel buds. Yes, those are IN ear buds, but still. The Google Pixel buds remove pretty much ALL ambient noise and even close talking. It’s like you’re in your own world. Unfortunately, these earphones don’t do that. The only difference is the ‘fuzz’ sound when you turn off ANC. A bit disappointing, but not a deal breaker, as I wanted something mostly for outside and I don’t need to be completely cutoff from my surroundings (cars/animals/etc) for that.Controls: I’m getting used to these. I wish the touch options granted to the Assistants (touching the side of the phones) were able to be programmed for Play/Stop/Up/Down… but it is what it is. The buttons are easy to get to, but the ANC and bluetooth buttons should be further away from each other. I find that I keep hitting the bluetooth button (which disconnects my device). Plus, the UP/PLAY/DOWN buttons are … little. I wish they were a touch farther apart too.Color: I got the white ones, which I LOVE. I find them to be easy to clean/keep tidy and new looking.Overall: I’m keeping them and I use them often (switching between these and my Google Pixel Buds). They suit different needs and are both great in their own rights.

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  15. Krystal Bird

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Superior Headphones

    I’ve owned Beats and Bose, and these headphones are absolutely superior in sound quality. Battery life is great and they are adjustable and comfortable. Worth the money!!

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  16. gina lacey

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great

    Bought these for my husband as a gift. He wanted over the ear headphones. He was worried about not finding any that fit over his ear properly. They fit him quite well. He wears them at the gym. They stay on and help him get his workout done. They seem very durable and worth the price. They only come with a little bag. I did purchase a better case for them. Overall they are great. Noise canceling, and great sound and quality.

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  17. michael

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not great for the price

    These retail for about $200 and you can usually find them on amazon for $150. Fine. I got them on amazon prime day for about $90 give or take. For that price these are good. For their retail or usual discounted price? Not a great value. First and foremost, comfort is terrible. These advertise as “over-ear” and maybe they are if you’re an oompa loompa. I assure you these earcups are really small and that these will be ON EAR more than Over-ear. And to make it worse, they are a tight fit so it’s constant pressure on the edges of your ears. Bluetooth headphones should put comfort first and foremost as they are predominately used on the go. Now, irritatingly terrible comfort aside, the sound is fine. It’s not amazing, but for a bluetooth headphone they’re okay. They have a good bit of Low Sub Rumble which is nice if you’re into that but mid/high bass is lacking. As well as the very high end is pretty much nonexistent with these. I’d say these are a pretty dark headphone but not necessarily a warm pair. I quite like the sound signature even though they aren’t particularly good. Features are nice, ANC is okay (not on the level of airpods/bose/sony yet but not awful. battery life is nice, Build quality is passable. If the earcups where just a tad bigger and they actually fit than I might say these are worth buying but as they stand I can’t recommend them (unless you have unnaturally small ears or are a sicko who likes heavy pressure against your ears). Save a few extra bucks and just get a bose QC45 honestly at this point.

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  18. Chris

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Surprisingly Exceptional: My First JBL Headphone Experience

    Honestly, I didn’t expect much from these JBL headphones, given it’s my first time buying a JBL product. I couldn’t afford the Apple ones, so I thought I’d settle for these until I’m able to upgrade. Fashion-wise, I thought they looked decent—not as impressive as Beats or other high-quality headphones, but I looked past that and tuned into the sound quality. I was blown away, honestly. The noise cancellation and ease of connection, from my Mac to my phone, were insane. Not only did they connect really fast, but turning them off and on was super easy and quickly became muscle memory for me. I realized that these headphones easily compete with the best ones on the market. Exceptional sound quality and very easy to clean as well; I’ve never had an issue with them. I’m super impressed and would highly recommend these for $200—worth every penny!

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  19. Brittney

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not Sure How I Feel About It

    I am basing this review off of coming from a JBL Live 650BTNC. In terms of that lets get started Between the 2 I feel like the comfort level of ear pads is better with the 650. My ear rests right up against the headphones transducers on each ear. So not sure if that’s just less padded on this model versus the 650. But I definitely couldn’t feel that transducer right up against my ear in the 650. Overall for comfort my win for that is the 650.Now I’m going to move onto the bluetooth range. The overall winner here is this 660. I am a janitor and don’t like carrying my phone on me in fear of dropping it or loosing it. So I can easily leave my phone on a table in an office and walk around a whole floor without loosing connection to my phone.As far as battery goes. I haven’t really seen a big difference between either of the headphones. I still get about 4 days worth of listening with an average of 6hrs of use per day. So both headphones are about even there for me.Moving right along to the noise cancelling. I can honestly say that I like the 650 better for noise cancelling. As a janitor I am often running loud vacuums or carpet cleaners. And with the 650 I could barely hear either of the machines. Now maybe I haven’t gotten my custom settings right with the equalizer in the JBL app yet for the 660. But I can still very much hear those machines.Now onto the features. I’m going to give this win to the 660. I love the idea that when I remove an ear pad from my ear to talk to a coworker or my boss the music of whatever music service I am listening (including YouTube) the music stops. And starts playing again the second I place it back on my ear. This comes really handy when I’m listening to an audiobook or podcast.And last volume wise. I am going to give the 650 the win for this. I didn’t have to have my volume up as high with those headphones as I did with the 660. But in terms of overall quality to the audio. There isn’t a difference that I can tell.With that said. I have only had these headphones for about a week. If anything changes. I’ll update this review. But for now I’d say these headphones overall are pretty good. But if I didn’t want the longer bluetooth range for work I would not have bought these. I would’ve stuck it out with the 650. But I didn’t like the idea of carrying my phone with me from section to section on each floor. And then forgetting where I laid it.

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  20. Lattegal

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Almost a 5 star

    Excellent sound quality. Airy separation of low, mid and high range. Bass authentic thump. Love it. Have loss of hearing so will turn down volume. No disappointment of enjoyment. Purchased when $99. Slight downgrade is comfort and noise cancellation, which are ok. Behind the ears tend to get sweaty ( fit not really over the ears but on the ear). Noise cancellation not that great, for example, in noisy brewery. Have old wired Bose that are excellent for comfort and noise cancelling on airplane which is my comparison.Wind noise with ANC on noticeable, but better than when ambient option on. If listening to music when walking dog, ambient setting not that helpful in hearing cars, etc.Excellent battery life. One + hour dog walks for 3 days, battery 90%. Amazing.Love the pause feature when headphones taken off. Music or podcast not interrupted. Now would consider this important feature in next purchase of headphones.All in all really enjoying the excellent sound quality and color white.

  21. FLOresFAM VA 😁

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Complicated but good

    These can be great lol 3 seconds + volume for song change 3 secs – to repeat/previous🤣🤣 took me a bit

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  22. Lixander Henry

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great buy

    Great sounds and very comfortable on the ears

  23. Luis Suarez

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Wow!

    Great product.

  24. Anthony Olive

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Sounds great

    My only complaint is the ear cups are a bit small, it borders on “on ear” but the sound quality is really good and they are easy to use and I like the feature that when you take them off your ears they pause the music and battery life is outstanding

  25. Jonathan

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Mediocre At Best

    I’d have to say that these headphones are mediocre at best, the noise cancellation is pretty decent, not the best but not the worst. My issue lies within the sound quality of the headphones, for whatever reason they don’t get very loud, and when your in a pretty loud environment such as the gym you can basically hear everything going on around you even with ANC on. Aside from this if you listen to a lot of Rock/Metal music these headphones aren’t too bad, but when it comes to more bass heavy music, the sound tends to get pretty distorted when the bass hits. Overall these headphones aren’t too bad if you can pick them up on sale, (I got them when they were on sale for $100) and for 100 dollars there’s not much to complain about, but at they’re regular $199.99 price tag, I’d say they aren’t really worth it.

  26. Tracy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    My son love them

    Bought these for my son and he loves them. The sound quality is really good and the noise canceling feature is great. We love the JBL brand and were not disappointed with these. Love the navy blue color and the comfort of these. Battery life is amazing as well.

  27. Anne

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    JBL wireless headphones

    I really like the sound quality of these headphones. The ear pieces aren’t the softest but comfortable enough. I have a small head and these are quite tight. I would not rec. these to someone with a large dome.

  28. anthony barreno

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Has to be one of the best headphones made

    Love these. No questions asked. The sound canceling is amazing with the other small features it has. Well worth the price.

  29. Randy lasher

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Jbl family

    I love most jbl products and have since the flip series speakers. I own 11 jbl products these being one of my absolute favorite sets of noise cancelling

  30. Alex

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Not bad, but not worth retail price.

    I bought it on Amazon day special price, still too expensive at less than half retail.The good:Long battery life ANCComfortable cushions (if you can withstand hot ears)Not familiar with high end HiFi headphones, but these are way better than some beats at double the price.Good distance range, can go through walls all the way to my garage.Easy to use AppThe bad:Ears get hot and uncomfortable. I read on some reviews that eventually this goes away with break in, which brings me to my next con, the pad doesn’t cover the ear, it goes on top of the ears and if you’re eating or moving around it breaks the seal and you get all the outside noise while on ANC, which again, it should go away after break in.Again to do with the pads, this should have a carrying case to protect the pads. I’m not fond of the carrying bag that it comes with.I have purchased several other brands with better sound quality for around $30 to $80 dollars.Sound peats is at the top of my list, quality and price are unmatched.Then Earfun, I love their products, I have personally purchased several UBoom speakers as gifts and a few Ear Pro ear buds.Last but not least SoundCore Liberty Pro, I love the ANC feature. I wear these for travel but my ears get tired, so I only wear them for short periods of time, hence the purchase of these JBL headphones.It’s a little unfair to compare ear buds to over the ear headphones because the ear buds plug up your ear canal giving you a better seal, so take this with a grain of salt and judge for yourself.

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  31. M.D.S.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good bang for the buck

    The price was great. Purchased it for half off during the holidays. The noise cancelling works well and is similar to higher priced headphones.

  32. J. Schexnayder

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Noise Cancellation

    Both the active and adaptive noise cancelation features are incredible, and definitely live up to the hype.

  33. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound

    It keeps sounds out and the music sounds awesome!!!

  34. Nicholas Rolfe

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones

    These are great headphones! The sound quality is excellent and the size is perfect for extended listening. They pair amazingly fast and the setup couldn’t be any easier. The battery life is super long and charges fast as well. The only thing I didn’t like was the call quality wasn’t that great on my end. The microphone sounded great but the audio in the headphones wasn’t the best. For me that’s a minor detail as I didn’t buy them for that anyway.

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  35. Steve M.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Incredible fidelity

    I wish they were a bit louder but incredible fidelity. Well made with a quality feel

  36. Bret BigDawg

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice, but not for me

    I wound up returning these because the right speaker would cut in and out. While I could have done an exchange, I chose to return them instead for the reasons below:Pros: Nice build quality–the extenders have have metal strapping in them so they feel robust. I really like the buttons for noise-canceling, track and volume control–most touch headphones I’ve used are iffy in terms of reliability. Reasonably comfortable, pretty decent sound quality, amazing battery life (40 hours!)! They auto-pause when you take them off your ears for a quick convo, etc. The app is pretty decent as well with various EQ settings, the noise-canceling is pretty good, and they fold up well. Price point is good (great when on sale) when compared to similar NC headphones in this class.Cons: Ear pad opening too small for my ears. The “case” is really just a nylon bag that offers pretty much zero protection. While I like the buttons for volume control etc, they are fairly small and given that you can’t see them when you’re using them it would be nice if they were larger. Sound quality is pretty good, but when doing side-by-side comparisons to my Bose QC45’s and Sony MX-5s, both of them sounded noticeably better with the MX-5s the clear winner. Had troubles with sound quality when trying to play music streaming or Teams call on my Macbook Air.If you’re looking for good NC headphones in the $100-$150 range, these are probably among the best. But if sound quality and added features are important, I’d suggest looking at Bose or Sony.

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  37. sharon

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good quality

    Liked the head phones….but e mailed constantly about writing a review….done!

  38. Jade

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very comfortable

    I really like them. They are very comfortable.About a week later, they stopped working. They won’t stay connected to my device for less than 20 seconds. I had to call customer service.

  39. Josh

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good Product

    The sound is really good. Not being an audio expert, I can’t find anything wrong with this. Sound cancelling works really well also.

  40. V

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Gran sonido

    Muy buena cancelación de sonido, muy cómodos, excelente sonido y muy larga duración de la batería, el sonido es suave y agradable, se puede disfrutar de una rica música cómo jazz, baladas, música clásica, estoy muy contento con esta adquisición

  41. Elaine M.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Battery life is so good

    I originally got the JBL live pro tws ear buds and I love them but they will NOT stay in my ears. I’m a detailer and I move around a lot and it just wasn’t working out. I opted to get these instead because I love the noise cancelling feature since I listen to audiobooks. I got these used from Amazon it was half the price. I can’t say I’d pay full price for them the sound quality is pretty good but sometimes when music has a heavy bass it sounds bad. I’ve been using them for 8 hours a day for 3 days now and they’re at 50% still. I wish they had the tap to change song feature like the ear buds though I do miss that.

  42. Anthony L.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice for the price

    I needed a pair of over ear headphones to wear at work. I work in a loud environment and noise cancelling headphones or earplugs are a must. I was having issues using earplugs everyday, shoving earwax deeper into my ears. I can’t find noise cancelling earbuds that fit well so I gave these a try. They work good, they make my surroundings quiet enough. I can still hear my coworkers if I need to. All the controls on the headphones themselves work well. I also like that when I take them off, the music automatically pauses and resumes when I put them back on. The jbl app works well and has some nice functions. The could be a little more comfortable. They could reduce more noise. If you want more expensive headphones, I’d recommend buying them. For the price however, these are hard to beat.

  43. Mandi

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Comfortable to sleep in, noise canceling for snoring

    These are very comfortable to sleep in (I’m a side sleeper) and they work great to block the sound of my bf snoring. I love that they auto amicably turn off if they come off your head so alarms will sound on the phone. My only complaint is the bright LED on light. It lights the entire room

  44. Paul Bz

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Audiophile Sound

    I’ve been a long time JBL and even Harmon Kardon ( showing my age ) user and fan.These are my 5th JBL headphones and possibly the best that I have used yet. Great sound, fit and materials.I’ve tried some of the $500+ headphones, and although some were really good, justifying the price/sound quality was difficult. These at or around $150 are a definite win.The EQ in the JBL helps to truly tailor your experience to your ear.

  45. brianiac247

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Let the sound do the talking for ya.

    JBL, has definitely raised the barregarding sound quality overall, the sound quality in this price range is superior ,to all competitors. Let the sound do tha talking for ya!

  46. Anita M. Ring

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    I love them! Highly recommend!

    I use them constantly for Messenger calls, listening to Alexa and podcasts at the gym, actual flying and blocking out all of the racket at airports. The over the ear padded cups really block out sound while being super comfortable. And 40 hours use per charge is fantastic! Only problem: the instructions for the various buttons are very hard to understand. I am figuring them out with use.

  47. Noah

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great gym headphones

    Love the headphones but if you want super loud music this isn’t it. They do get loud but if you’re working out pretty intense you can hear some distortion for sure. I would buy again tho. One thing I don’t like is when I move one side off the ear to hear my gym partner that it pauses the music.

  48. aleqsandre

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Its good, but not great

    Honest review: been testing this for 2 days now. Starting with package. Nothing too special came with manual, charger, aux cable and bag. Charger is very short i dont like it. They use some kind of mini aux to aux cable so if you damage this or lose it it will be very hard for you to find cable like this. Cable itself is good quality tho, braided. Bag was nothing too fancy, very cheap material. About headphone itself. Build quality is normal. It doesnt feel cheap but it doesnt feel premium either. One thing that i really dislike is material. It attracts hand oils and fingerprints really really easily. Like when you touch this thing even once, your whole fingerprints are already there. If someone has very sweaty hands it will be problem for you. It gets dirty very easily. Comfortwise, i wouldn’t say that its very comfortable. When i first wore it, clamping force was too much for me and after 5 minutes i got headache, but overtime i got used to it. now I can wear it 2-3 hours without any discomfort. So not the most comfortable headphone either. Ear cups are fine. My ears are more on the bigger side and it covers them fne. Now lets talk about sound quality and features. One of the main feature that this headphone has is ANC. I really like ANC here, I dont care what anyone else says. For 150$ of course you are not going to get Sony level ANC but this are just fine. For this money i think they are really good. It also has awareness mode, wich makes your surroundings more noisy, that way you can still hear everything around you. Mobile app is very easy to navigate and self explanatory, nothing too fancy. Sound itself is good-ish. Dont get me wrong, it doesnt sound bad by any means but even i can hear some muddy base here and there (Im not an audiophile). So one thing that i noticed is that it cant really get those low bass really good. Sometimes there is this weird shaky noises on bass kicks. I thought it had deffect at first but You need to adjust ear cups in a way that it completely seals your ears, otherwise those weird low bass sounds start. If you want headphones for bass music i wouldnt reccomend these. This is for for people who enjoy hiphop or jazz. Mids and trebbles are on point, no concernes there. Overall i would give this headphones 7/10. i take 3 points away because of bad material wich attracts fingerprints, okay-ish comfort and muddy bass. For 150$ i think this is great. Another option i would also look at in this price range is Anker soundcore space Q45. Make decision between these 2 models and pick whichever fits you the best. Both are great headphones for the money.

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  49. Holly J. Blake

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good for gaming and for music

    These were a Christmas gift for my daughter who is a music major and a gamer. She really loves these headphones!These are definitely 5 star headphones…1. The come with a pouch, which will keep them free of dust, but I would recommend investing in a hard case to protect the headphones.2. Fits over the ears nicely3. At first, may feel some pressure after wearing for a while, but they do break in4. Great for gaming5. Great for music6. Noise cancelling works great7. Excellent battery life (she gamed for hours and only lost 10% of her battery life, whereas her airpods would have been dead by the end of her gaming session)8. Pauses music when you take off the right headphone or both sides and resumes when you put them back onThese make an excellent gift!

  50. devon downs

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best headphones that I own

    I liked the color ,and the sound the bass the acoustics are great and awesome studio sound is a plus.

  51. dannymike

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It hasn’t stopped working.

    Just before purchasing this headphone set, I had bought 2 different Soundcore headphones, both of which stopped working within weeks of purchase. They refused to charge. This JBL set works perfectly, has great sound, and is reasonably comfortable. In THIS case, I got what I paid for. Recommend without reservation.

  52. Lu

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones but not for anyone that has a large head and ears

    I loved the product, BUT could not wear them more than 10 minutes. I have a large/wide head and big/long ears. This is a great product for someone that has a small head and ears. I will return these and search for something made for a large person.

  53. Christopher W.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome

    These are great for movies and gaming. I really enjoy being able to hear outside noise with the rap of a button and also be able to cancel out noise on flights

  54. Buyer Beware

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Took some time to get use to but overall pretty good.

    At first I was worried that they were too tight on my head and the noise cancelation was too much. However, after using for a little while, I can confirm they are pretty comfortable.The noise cancelation are pretty good if you want it for that. I believe one of the buttons allows you to adjust the levels of noise cancelation, I turned it down a bit.The sound is good, no complaints there.Overall I like them, I usually wear gaming headphones, but I wanted something I can just lay in bed and watch videos with.1 things to note before buying: If you are like me and don’t want to worry about charging, you do need an adaptor (comes with wire, not usb-c) for the phones these days. (The battery life I have not tested yet, I’m sure its good)I’d recommend them, def if you can get them on sale.

  55. Eileen

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great noise canceling

    The sound on these is about what you would expect for the price. I bought these to wear mainly while I do chores or errands. I have misophonia, so the noise canceling on these had to be good. And the noise canceling is really good. Knocked a star off for comfort. The part that sits on your head is uncomfortable and takes getting used to. I lost my SoundCore headphones, which were sooooo much more comfortable.

  56. Kindle Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Overall very nice

    I don’t have other noise-cancelling to compare though.Tinny sounds like voices still come through although much reduced. Lower frequencies especially clamped down. Works GREAT for plane noises when traveling by air.(just don’t leave on a plane; lost and found will never recover something like this. I had to buy a replacement after only 2 months!)

  57. Roman K.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    JUNK

    DO NOY BUY

  58. ArtsyScientist

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Too many features 🤷‍♀️

    These are a nice upgrade from what I had before, as the materials seem better (fabric on the headband part rather than pleather) and the Bluetooth syncing is way better. I do get frustrated with some of the auto sensing features when I’m laying in bed with them on. When I’m laying down, they frequently beep/pause the audio even if I haven’t taken the headphones off or cover the side with my hand. It might have something to do with button placement? I need to see if it’s possible to disable those features.I’m also not excited about the on light being front facing, as the light reflects on my phone or is otherwise visible in the dark when I’m wearing them as I’m falling asleep.Overall they seem sturdy, have good material, have good Bluetooth connection, and for well. Just wish some of the more advanced features weren’t default.

  59. Kim

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Autistic person with sound sensitivity loved this gift

    I bought this as a gift for someone who is autistic and had just moved into a shared living situation with a lot of housemates. I knew he had difficulties with sensory overload and sound sensitivity, and that hearing protection would be essential in his new situation. He said this was probably the most useful and practical gift anyone had ever given him, and that these headphones are “saving his life.”

  60. Daniel J. Schwartz

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Decent for sale price

    Got this for my 16 year old. It has decent dynamic range and can be set up to your listening style. I know there are better sounding headphone but for wireless with noise cancelling, these are good.

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