One of the most sought-after manufacturers in the field of Bluetooth speakers is JBL. The subsidiary of the audio specialists at Harman Kardon has been part of Samsung like the parent company for several years. The products are particularly popular because of their good price-performance ratio. The portable speakers in particular offer good sound for relatively little money and are often even waterproof.
There are regularly very good offers for Bluetooth speakers that are well below the recommended retail price. Of course, prices also fall when new successor models come onto the market. With Bluetooth speakers from JBL, the following applies: You can courageously go for a previous model – often, from a purely technical point of view, there is very little going on with a generation change.
You should pay attention to this when buying
JBL, like other manufacturers, has a wide range of Bluetooth speakers. There are very small models with an integrated carabinier for attachment to a beach chair or backpack. Then there are the somewhat larger yet mobile speakers such as the JBL Flip (JBL Flip 4 in the test) or JBL Charge (JBL Charge 4 in the test). The latter also serves as a power bank and can, for example, charge cell phones thanks to its large battery.
Last but not least, with the Xtreme (JBL Xtreme 2 in the test), the JBL Boombox and the JBL PartyBox, JBL offers three large speakers that are perfect for the next barbecue or pool party.
You can connect several JBL speakers via a party mode and thus provide more sound breadth. This works via the JBL app and JBL Connect + technology. Here you have to note that there can be compatibility problems between the generations. Unfortunately, older models often cannot be coupled with new speakers.
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