JBL Infinity Glide 510 Review-2020

In this review let’s have a look at JBL Infinity Glide 510 Bluetooth Headphone whether you should buy or not.

It is available on Amazon at a price of ₹ 1,899.00.

 

JBL Infinity Glide 510 Review:Design & Build:

Before we dig deep into it, lets have a look at the feature as well as the design and build.

The JBL Infinity Glide 510 has an entire body of a plastic finish. Because of that it feels a bit cheaper. If premium material have been use it would be much better.

Like other headphones most of the control button are on the right hand side like the Volume Up/Down, LED indicator, Power Button along with the Microphone. On the left hand side there’s nothing attached to it.

Both of the headphones outer side has a brand logo on it. Moving on the earcups, considering to the price the cushion are really decent. Not that much premium in fact if handle with care it will last long.

Indeed the clamp has really a strong force which lead into tight when wearing the headphones. To get use to it it will take time.

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Comfort & Fit:

The over-ear design make it perfect for long time usage. Because of that there’s a room for circulation of air. Which give a better experience. However, the absence of active noise cancellation it doesn’t block that much noises. In fact it can block only the the noise around.

Battery:

The battery life is really huge, if you’re a person that who always don’t wanna charge you should consider this one. Because you should never be stress about you just enjoy the music.

As per the paper it has 120mAh and a life of 72 hours with a single charge. But in reality it can be 55 to 60 Hours depending upon the usage.

It also has speed charging feature, which means that with just 10 minutes charge it can give a battery life upto 2 hours. However, for charging the headphones it use Micro USB port and it can take upto 2 Hours to get full juice.

JBL Infinity Glide 510 Review

JBL Infinity Glide 510 Review:Call & Mic Quality:

Like I mention before the absence of noise cancelling feature, yeah if it’s on the outdoor tha call quality is awesome, there is no muffled on the sound.

The other person could hear your voices properly and clearly and you can also hear properly.

But when it’s come to the outside it easily catch up the noises and that’s make it impossible to use in the noisy environment.

Latency:

Because of the bass enhanced it does really produce a good sound even at the normal it sounded very well. Even while watching YouTube, Netflix or any other online streaming video there’s is no lip sync issue. But when it come to gaming rhe latency is really high and because of that it produce a lag.

Connectivity:

One thing you should know is that it support only a Bluetooth connection. There is no other option for connection like Wired or Aux Cable. However, in terms of connection strength it is quite good enough. Even if there is obstacles between the device and the headphones there’s no lag issue.

Infinity glide 510 Bluetooth headphones

Infinity Glide 510 Review:Sound Quality:

The Infinity JBL Glide 510 Bluetooth Headphones comes with 36 mm driver and a dual enhance mode. Which means you can listen music in Bass Mode or Normal Mode.

But by default the Bass really have the access the bass tone and thus lead to horrible. What I mean is that it will make you crazy.

By pressing the Volume Up and Down it can change into normal mode. Even at the normal it still have that amount of bass. This could be a perfect one for a bass lovers. Genre like EDM, Rap, Hip Hop etc could be really enjoyable because of its bass boasted and enhanced.

The mid-tone doesn’t do much justice. Because with the vocals they didn’t get enhanced and are not forward sounding.

The high did miss a slight sparkle on the treble. Because of that if your a person who use get deep in the music will make your experience bad. However, the sound stage as well as stereo imaging are really good.

Infinity Glide 510 Specifications:

Frequency Range20Hz~20kHz
Deep BassYes
Dual EQYes
Built In-MicrophoneYes
Siri/Google NowYes
Flat CableNo
Driver Size36 mm
Driver/Ear1
Sensitivity (1KHz / 1mW)102±3dB
Impedence(ohms)32
Battery TypeLithium Ion Polymer
Bluetooth Version5.0
Battery Capacity3.7 V/ 120mAh
Charging Time2 Hours
Speed Charging Time10 Min
Charger TypeMicro USB

Final Words:

Find out whether you should buy this or not?

This Glide 510 Headphones is a budget oriented. Because of that whether in the build quality or the sound quality for an overall performance for a hard core music lovers is not that overwhelming.

If there is a bit improvement on it then this could be a perfect for a budget. However, when it comes to the life of battery you don’t need to worry about that.

However, if your a person that who use like to listen music with a bass boosted headphones. This can satisfied your hunger for bass. In the contrary to that, your main motive is for casual use you should consider to buy this JBL Infinity Glide 510 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones.

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