JBL Tune 310C – Wired Hi-Res in-Ear Headphones, Tangle-Free Flat Cable, 3-Button Remote with Microphone (Black)

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  • JBL Pure Bass sound, Hi-Res certified: For over 75 years, JBL has engineered the precise, impressive sound found in big venues around the world. These headphones reproduce that same JBL sound, punching out bass that’s deep, powerful. Hi-Res Audio brings clear and detailed sound quality with a wide frequency range.
  • Compatible with USB-C devices: Need to connect to a PC, mobile or gaming device? USB-C connectivity ensures compatibility with a wide range of devices*.*Please check USB-C compatibility with your device.
  • 3-button remote with microphone: Control music playback and volume adjustment with a convenient three-button remote. Got an incoming call? Answer it on the fly with the built-in microphone.
  • EQ presets control: Select Default, Bass, or Vocal to find the sound that fits your taste via the 3-button remote on the wire.
  • Tangle-free flat cable: The durable flat cable won’t tangle up in knots, even in your bag.
JBL Tune 310C – Wired Hi-Res in-Ear Headphones, Tangle-Free Flat Cable, 3-Button Remote with Microphone (Black)
JBL Tune 310C – Wired Hi-Res in-Ear Headphones, Tangle-Free Flat Cable, 3-Button Remote with Microphone (Black)


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Specification: JBL Tune 310C – Wired Hi-Res in-Ear Headphones, Tangle-Free Flat Cable, 3-Button Remote with Microphone (Black)

Product Dimensions

0.67 x 0.87 x 1.18 inches

Item Weight

14.3 Grams

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Date First Available

March 3, 2024



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3 reviews for JBL Tune 310C – Wired Hi-Res in-Ear Headphones, Tangle-Free Flat Cable, 3-Button Remote with Microphone (Black)

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  1. CAA

    In a world swiftly moving towards wireless technology, the JBL Tune 310C Wired Hi-Res In-Ear Headphones stand as a testament to the enduring value of a reliable wired connection. Offering a blend of high-quality sound and convenience at a competitive price point, these headphones provide an excellent auditory experience without the hassle of batteries or charging.

    The sound quality of the JBL Tune 310C is noteworthy, delivering crisp, clear audio that belies its affordable price. Music lovers and casual listeners alike will appreciate the depth and richness of sound that these in-ear headphones provide, making every listening session immersive.

    Ease of connection is another highlight. The headphones’ compatibility with a wide range of devices, including the Samsung S24 Ultra, ensures a seamless audio experience for users. The tangle-free flat cable adds to the convenience, eliminating the common annoyance of untangling your headphones before use, which is a small but significant quality-of-life improvement.

    The inclusion of a 3-button remote with a microphone further enhances the usability of these headphones. Whether you’re taking calls or navigating your playlist, the intuitive controls are a welcome feature that adds to the overall user-friendly design.

    For those seeking a dependable wired option in an increasingly wireless world, the JBL Tune 310C headphones are a compelling choice. Their blend of good sound quality, easy connectivity, and thoughtful design features like the tangle-free cable and integrated remote make them an ideal backup for Bluetooth headphones. Offering reliability without the need for charging, these headphones are a perfect companion for the Samsung S24 Ultra and other compatible devices, ensuring you’re always just a plug-in away from high-resolution audio.

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  2. KinDC

    I got these headphones as a backup for when I forget to charge my Technics earbuds but need music to work or run on the treadmill. Over the years, I’ve owned far too many inexpensive headphones and have come to expect average sound quality at best. I certainly wasn’t expecting something as clear as these JBLs.

    Don’t get me wrong, they aren’t anywhere close to my higher-end headphones, but no one should expect that. They’re also bass-heavy, as the advertising promises, which sometimes also means vocals get lost or treble is dulled more than it should be, but they still do a decent job even in those moments. They’re probably one of the few I haven’t wanted to cringe at least once or twice a song while using them.

    These aren’t the best comfort-wise. Obviously, how these sorts of products feel depends a lot on a person’s ear shape, but for me, they aren’t something I’ll be able to wear for more than an hour, and that’s with a proper fit.

    Regarding fit, though, JBL includes three sizes of earbuds in the package, with the middle size already attached to the earphones. I found them easy to take off and put back on securely, and true to every other pair of earbuds I’ve owned, I wear the largest in my right and the middle size in my left.

    The buds create a solid seal with the proper size, which is also important for better-quality sound. Before swapping out the incorrect bud, I found my music tinny. After, it sounded much clearer. They also stay in place better with the right fit, though they aren’t tight enough in my ears to stay in place the entire time I run. I’ll have to pop them back in regularly, but that’s still better than having nothing.

    Functionally, the inline controls work well. The buttons are easy to press, and there’s no delay in my phone’s response. My earbuds didn’t come with a manual, but the buttons are intuitive. The top of the three buttons increases the volume, the bottom decreases it, and the middle pauses and unpauses the song with one press and goes to the next song with a quick double-press. There doesn’t appear to be a way to go back a track, though, as triple-pressing also moves the song forward.

    Like most earphones of this type, clothing rubbing produces a sound in the buds, but these are some of the least annoying I’ve used, so props to JBL for that.

    Overall, for the current price of $24.99, I’m quite pleased with these. They do a good job and will serve me well as my backup earbuds.

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  3. KinDC

    The JBL Tune 310C sounds decent and comes with three (3) different EQ presets to choose from. To change the EQ, you need to simultaneously hold and press the Volume Up (+) and Volume Down (-) buttons for 2 seconds. You will hear a voice when the EQ has changed. Here are my thoughts on the EQ presets:

    • Default EQ: The sound signature is catered towards the general public – the bass is prominent but loose, the mids are not forward, and the highs are decent.
    • Bass EQ: Bass Canon; Enough said.
    • Vocal EQ: Balanced Signature (My favorite). The mids and highs are more forward and much clearer, while the bass is lessened. You can still hear the bass, but it is no longer emphasized. Great for acoustic songs.

    Before you judge them, check and try out the different ear tips to get the best seal. Having a good seal is a must to get the best sound quality. I find the smallest ear tips to suit my ears in these earphones, which is unusual since most of the time it’s the stock/regular ear tips that fit my ears.

    The overall sound signature is pretty decent. The sound is also ‘in your head’, in other words, the soundstage is narrow. Sure, there are better earphones out there, but for the price, these are not bad at all.

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