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Updated January 10, 2024·

If you prioritize better sound isolation for environments like air travel and if you're interested in having an app with equalizer settings to customize your sound along with slightly better build quality controls, the Soundcore Space One may be worth the extra cost. They also have a higher noise isolation quality and come with useful features like foldability, an app equalizer, and app audio controls. However, JBL Tune 760NC could be a better choice if you want to save money and still enjoy good overall sound quality, comfort, and slightly longer battery life. They also have active noise cancelling but lack some of the advanced features and customization options of the Space One, including no app control for sound personalization. Give Feedback

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Advantages of the JBL Tune 760NC
  • The JBL Tune 760NC has no clear advantages over the Soundcore Space One.
Advantages of the Soundcore Space One
  • Good for music

Key differences

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The Soundcore Space One is good for music, while the JBL Tune 760NC is only fair.


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Space One
The JBL Tune 760NC and Soundcore Space One are both poor for gaming, though the JBL Tune 760NC is somewhat better.

Phone Calls

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The JBL Tune 760NC and Soundcore Space One are both poor for phone calls, though the JBL Tune 760NC is somewhat better.

Podcasts and Audiobooks

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The JBL Tune 760NC and Soundcore Space One are both poor for podcasts and audiobooks, though the JBL Tune 760NC is somewhat better.

Noise Reduction

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Space One
The Soundcore Space One is very good for noise reduction, while the JBL Tune 760NC is good.


40.9 Hours
Tune 760NC
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30.0 Hours
The JBL Tune 760NC has 40.9 hours of battery life. The Soundcore Space One has 30 hours of battery life.
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Key similarities

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TV and Video

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The JBL Tune 760NC and Soundcore Space One are both poor for TV and video.


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The JBL Tune 760NC has a price of $100 and the Soundcore Space One costs $99.

Build Quality

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The JBL Tune 760NC and Soundcore Space One both have very good build quality.

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How the JBL Tune 760NC and the Soundcore Space One compare to other earbuds and headphones

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Spec Comparison

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JBL Tune 760NCSoundcore Space One
JBL Tune 760NCSoundcore Space One


Release Date
May 1, 2021May 1, 2023
Form Factor
Wired + WirelessWired + Wireless


Music Score
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Gaming Score
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Exercise Score


Battery life
40.9 Hours30 Hours
Wireless charging
Charging time
1.6 Hours1.5 Hours
Bluetooth version


Active Noise Cancelling
Noise Reduction Score
Virtual Surround
Android App
iOS App
Mic Quality


Build Quality
Comfort score
Weight (headset or single earbud)
220 Grams263 Grams
Microphone style
Waterproof Rating


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JBL Tune 760NC

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Major HiFi

Staff | May 2023
"The JBL 760NC offers quite a solid and moderately-above-average sonic performance for wireless headphones in this price tier. As usual, JBL outperforms more conventional big names like Apple or Beats. Listeners are given a clean, detailed, and mostly neutral sound that, typical to Harman, holds a universal appeal that seems unlikely to offend."

Soundcore Space One

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PC Magazine

Tim Gideon | September 2023
"The Anker Soundcore Space One noise-cancelling headphones are stylish, comfortable, and affordable. They offer better active noise cancellation than we expect for the price, and their sculpted audio impresses thanks to the adjustable EQ and support for the hi-res LDAC codec. Overall, they’re an excellent value and well worth your attention if you're on a budget."

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About JBL

JBL is an American audio equipment manufacturer. Owned by Harman International which is, itself, owned by Samsung Electronics. JBL markets a wide array of monitoring speakers, professional headphones and consumer market headphones and earbuds. It was founded in 1946 by James Bullough Lansing (whose initials give the company its name) and has become one of the most prolific audio companies ever. Their products were responsible for audio during the 1969 Woodstock Festival.

About Soundcore

Soundcore is a sub-brand belonging to Anker Innovations. Starting in 2014, initially marketing wireless, Bluetooth, speakers, Anker now offers an array of, budget-friendly, wireless earbuds and headphones that directly compete, especially in the Active Noise Canceling field, with other brands several times as expensive.

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