How Long Do JBL Headphones Take To Charge?

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JBL is one of the greatest brands when it comes to the sound industry in general, and they own some of the crucial devices that many people are in need of. It is a brand that was first founded in 1946, and since then, as JBL says, the rest is history!

You may have heard about Bluetooth speakers from JBL as they are some of the greatest ones that you can find on the market, but still, JBL doesn’t only work with speakers, they bring to us different devices, big and small ones. A specific mention should be about JBL headphones, and I would gladly say that they are indeed amazing! There are different types of headphones that JBL brings to us, all with their amazing features and specifications.

Anyways, enough talking about JBL as a brand because I am here for something else! Have you ever wondered how much can it take to charge JBL headphones? I bet you did, and that is the main reason that you found yourself in this article!

Here, in this blog, I will be telling you guys specific information on how long JBL headphones take to charge while mentioning some of JBL’s prominent headphones!

What is there else to say besides let us go straight to the JBL headphones and find out how long they take to charge!


How Long Do JBL Headphones Take To Charge?

The first thing that I would like to mention for you here is that I will be dividing this section into some parts, and I will tell you about the charging time of JBL headphones in some categories, based on the type of headphones. Let’s get started!

Over-Ear and On-Ear JBL Headphones

Over-ear and on-ear headphones are quite similar to one another, and it seems like JBL knows its job when it comes to them, as there are many different types. They come in two series which are Tune and Live. Let me tell you how long on-ear and over-ear headphones from JBL take to charge.

JBL Tune 510BT

These headphones are pretty fabulous, and they provide us with 40 hours of battery life in general. The charging time of JBL Tune 510BT is two hours if they are dead, and just five minutes of charge will allow for about two hours of listening to music.

Battery Type: Lithium Polymer

JBL Tune 710BT

The other headphones from JBL, Tune 710Bt are the most commonly used ones by many people, and they are able to stay with you for about 50 hours and with ANC (Active Noise Cancelling) they stay for 35 hours. In order to charge these headphones fully, you should wait for two hours.

Battery Type: Lithium-Ion

JBL Tune 760NC

The next headphones, that come again from the Tune series, are the 760NC, and they have the same battery life as the ones mentioned above. 50 hours full, 35 hours with ANC, meanwhile the charging time is two hours.

Battery Type: Lithium-Ion

JBL TUNE 600BTNC

The Tune 600BTNC headphones are known for the way they look, as they are super good-looking. These headphones can stay with you for 16 hours when fully charged and their charging time is only two hours. What is special is that only five minutes of charge allow usage for one hour.

Battery Type: Lithium Polymer

JBL Live 460NC

Moving on to the other series, Live, we have the JBL Live 460NC headphones. As long as the battery life is concerned, these headphones provide us with 50 hours of battery life without ANC and 40 hours with ANC. The JBL Live 460NC takes two hours to get charged, and ten minutes to deliver two hours of use.

Battery Type: Lithium Polymer

JBL Live 660NC

Just like the ones above, the JBL Live 660NC headphones provide you guys with 40 hours whenever using the noise-canceling technology, and 50 hours without it. In order to charge the Live 660 headphones you should wait two hours, and charging them in ten minutes you will be able to use them for four hours.

Battery Type: Lithium Polymer

JBL JR460NC

The last over-ear/on-ear headphones that I chose are the JBL JR460NC, which are the favorite headphones for children. They can work for around 20 hours whenever the ANC is on and 30 hours when it is off. Just like all the headphones mentioned, the JBL JR460NC takes two hours to get fully charged.

Battery Type: Lithium-Ion

In-Ear JBL Headphones

JBL also owns some great in-ear headphones which are in use by many people all around the world, and they are one of the first choices for me as well, whenever I need in-ear headphones in general. The Tune series appears here as well, meanwhile, I will be mentioning some of the best-known ones from that series and some others!

JBL Tune 230NC TWS

The first in-ear headphones that I chose from JBL are the Tune 230NC TWS which are true wireless earbuds. They have a battery life of 40 hours when fully charged, and the time that is required to get them charged is two hours. Whenever you will charge them for ten minutes you will get two hours of playtime.

Battery Type: Two Lithium-Ion

JBL Tune 225TWS

From 230NC, I am moving on to 225TWS, which again are truly wireless earbuds, and by the way, they are my favorite ones. They can stay with you guys for about 25 hours on a single charge, and the charging time is one and a half-hour.

Battery Type: Three Lithium Polymer

JBL Tune 125TWS

The JBL Tune 125TWS, again being true wireless, can stay with you for about 32 hours, and the charging time goes the same as the ones previously mentioned, you need to wait two hours.

Battery Type: Three Lithium Polymer


Comparison

Headphone Name Charging Time
JBL Tune 510BT 2 Hours
JBL Tune 710BT 2 Hours
JBL Tune 760NC 2 Hours
JBL TUNE 600BTNC 2 Hours
JBL Live 460NC 2 Hours
JBL Live 660NC 2 Hours
JBL JR460NC 2 Hours
JBL Tune 230NC TWS 2 Hours
JBL Tune 225TWS 1.5 Hours
JBL Tune 125TWS 2 Hours

Final Words

Coming through the end, you guys can probably notice clearly that JBL headphones in general take two hours to get fully charged, and when I say in general I mean over-ear, on-ear, and in-ear. Still, you can notice that I mentioned the battery lives as well so that you can have a better idea of how long you can use them.

I hope that the simple information that I mentioned will help you have an idea of how long JBL headphones take to charge! Have fun!


Further Reading

As I talked about JBL as a brand, I would like to include something else that you may want to read. Check out how is a JBL speaker reset, or if you have an iPhone, check out how to pair the JBL speaker with it. As I mentioned pairing, you can also pair two JBL speakers at the same time, find out the way how to do so.

Now, find out the differences between JBL Boombox 1 and JBL Boombox 2!

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