Topic: JBL Infinity Glide 120 Metal Review
Pros & Cons
. Good Design & Flexibility.
. Bluetooth 5.0.
. Average Sound Quality.
. Difficulty In Using EQ Mode.
. Highs Missing In Bass.
Appreciate vivid Infinity signature sound with the Glide 120, an exceptional remote necklace from the house of HARMAN. It’s stacked with highlights and intended for elite.
Glide 120 is able for individuals who appreciate tuning in to music for longer lengths. It accompanies 7 hours of recess. So tune in to your main tune on circle or investigate new playlists easily and comfort.
It siphons out music with profound bass sound for that predominant sound understanding as it is furnished with a 12 MM driver. What more? Glide 120 accompanies Dual equalizer that causes you switch between typical music mode and profound bass mode easily.
Presently feel free to encounter that music pound more than ever. Appreciate the dynamic and vibrant sound that comes just with the mark items from the place of HARMAN.
Infinite Glide 120:Design & Build Quality
Before getting started let’s have a look the contents that you will get along with the Box.
- 1 x Headphone
- 1 X QSG
- 3 Pair Ear Sleeves
The design and the built quality is an average. But one thing I like about is the metal earbuds. That’s because it adds more extra durability and portability. In addition to this the flexibility make it snug while wearing.
Talking about the wire the quality and between the join module are aslo fine. Not that cheap and not that premium.
In one side of the module nothing is given except the logo. On the other hand, the control button as well as the port are attached to it.
Moving on the earbuds, the buds has a premium looks finish metals. The quality of the buds or the ear-tips are also good and they are comfortable as well.
It also has an IPX5 which makes it less hassle while workout, gym or doing exercise. Because, it got cover all from the sweat or the splash of water.
Infinity Glide 120 Review:Battery Performance
Interrupting while listening or making call could really be annoying right. So, with thus 120 you can skip the annoying.
However, with a single full at 50 percent volume it can use up to 7 Hours. Yet if the percentage volume exceed 50 the life span of battery will be less. Which means it can last up to 4 to 5 Hours.
Indeed this neckband doesn’t equipped a Type-C port, instead it is having only Micro USB. Nonetheless, to get fully charge from 0 battery, it can take upto 1.5 Hours.
For a quick and easy connection with the devices it come up with a Bluetooth 5.0 version. Thanks to that. In terms of connectivity range it does really have a strong connectivity as well.
Apart from this you will also get Siri/Google Assistant.
Infinity Glide 120 Review:Comfort & Fit
The comfort and better fit should be also be consider before buying a wireless earphones. The reason is that because the way we wanted to use might be different.
No, worry regarding the fit of this Infinity JBL Glide 120 because of its flexibility it really ensures a snug fit around the neck.
So, whether you are jogging, working out or listening to music while travelling, you can enjoy it for longer hours and with great comfort.
Infinity Glide 120 Neckband:Call & Mic Quality
Call or Mic quality is not that great, I hope if not the best one, even the good quality would also be fine. But that’s not it does have only an average quality when it comes to mic and call.
This might be because of the absence of Noise Cancellation or may be the price. Well, whenever you do a call or talking to a person you need to hold the mic just before your mouth. Because the intake sound is low.
And you can’t even use properly in the noisy environment. Additionally, even it can’t be use for recording voice, because of the absence of Noise Cancellation.
But the advantages features of this Wireless is the hands-free support. You do not need to take it out your devices to accept calls you just click the button. And let conversations flow freely in addition to this you can even enjoy handsfree calling anytime, anywhere.
The latency while watching any videos wether offline or online like YouTube, Netflix, Facebook etc. there is little minimal delaying or lag in sound.
But for the online games you can like Pubg Mobile, COD Mobile etc you can face a lag in sound. That might be because of there is no special features that could reduce the lag in sound. However, this is the issue of any type of neckband.
Majority of the people use to go for the sound quality when it comes to earphones. Well, it should be because this is the major reason we are buying for. In fact it really play an important role.
However, the JBL Infinity Glide 120 Metal Wireless Bluetooth Earphones has not the top notch quality that what we are expecting from the brand like Harman. Indeed it still present the signature sound that use to have but up to some extent. Additionally, as per the price its sound really good and it is acceptable.
If you are a person that who really use to go deep inside the music details this one is not for you. But just for a normal guy, the one who wanted to try a new earphones in the market. You can go for it.
So, I’ll break it down the music part to make you more understand.
The Bass quality of Infinity Glide 120 is average. You can double up the fun by activating the dual equalizer. Which means you can set according to your mood wether in normal mode and deep bass mode.
It can give you a superior sound experience with an enhanced Deep Bass. Immerse yourself in the moment. But the quality of normal mode is not an enjoyable, in the deep bass it really power up the bass yet, doesn’t muffle up with the other department.
The highs seems doesn’t play its part well. It use get distorted at maximum volume and it does get muffle up with other segment. And it really miss out the high that what are we expecting. Yet, the mids or vocal are a bit dull.
|Play time (Hours)||7hrs Max|
|Flat Cable||Only Neckband|
|Headphone Cable Length (Meters)||820 ± 10mm|
|Sensitivity||(1KHz / 1mW)102±5dB|
|Product Weight (grams)||195 G|
|Box Dimension (H x W x D)||145x32x185mm|
|Charging Time ||1.5 Hrs|
|Speed Charging Time||NA|
|Charging Type||Micro USB|
The Infinity JBL Glide 120 Metal In-Ear Wireless Earphones is really decent wether in terms of Build and Design Quality or in Sound Quality. Yet, the signature is present but that’s not upto the mark. But as comparing to the price it is good.