Despite a bit of extra weight, the JBL Charge 3 is a Bluetooth speaker you can take anywhere – including your backyard pool thanks to its new waterproof exterior. And while it falters on the high notes, overall the Charge 3 strikes a great balance...
21 expert reviews | 87 user reviews
If it's a tiny wireless speaker you're after, the JBL Clip 2 is an appealing choice with some small but significant improvements over its predecessors.
10 expert reviews | 13 user reviews
With a sonic quality worthy of the product’s history, plus better battery life and connectivity, this should be added to your shortlist.
21 expert reviews | 1113 user reviews
JBL's Xtreme isn't as good at pumping out high fidelity sound as its cousin, the Infinity One, but at that, it's still a fantastic speaker. Sound quality, battery performance and the splashproof design are on-par with what you'd expect for the price.
22 expert reviews | 622 user reviews
The Pulse 2’s high-quality stereo sound, splash proof design and 10 hours of playtime make it the perfect party companion. The new Pulse 2 Bluetooth speaker also features a noise and echo cancelling speakerphone for crystal clear calls. Its JBL Connect...
13 expert reviews | 219 user reviews
We all know that soundbars are a great way of upgrading TV sound quality without adding clutter to your living room. But for some people, even a regular-sized soundbar (and the subwoofer that inevitably comes with it) takes up too much space,...
13 expert reviews | 22 user reviews
There aren't many small speakers around that sound as good as the Charge 2+ for its $150 price point. If the price still has you on the fence, its waterproofing and solid battery life should make it easier to swallow.
13 expert reviews | 1446 user reviews
With bonus features like device charging and speakerphone, the relatively compact JBL Charge 2 impresses as one of the best Bluetooth speakers we've come across.
14 expert reviews | 3110 user reviews
10"-250 W / 8 ohm, crossover frequency 200Hz, in combination with the Acousticube and/or CX8 Dimensions: 330 x 330 x 260 mm (13.00" x 13.00" x 10.24") Weight: 12,5 kg (26.9 lbs) Accessoires: Speaker cable and SoftCover
2 expert reviews | 9 user reviews
A great solution for any home theater setup, it doesn't get as good as a home theater with receiver setup but it's pretty damn close. Plus it saves a lot of space!
2 expert reviews | 8 user reviews
Great product! Very easy to use, excellent quality of sounds and amazing puls light visualisation! Compact shape, classic look, perfect for realxing evening, party with friends and to complete your holiday! Nothing to add.
24 expert reviews | 823 user reviews
JBL's Clip+ takes an already well-designed, travel-friendly and affordable Bluetooth speaker and adds water resistance.
5 expert reviews | 483 user reviews
The JBL Trip fills a relatively specific set of uses, though it fills though uses exceptionally well. If you've got an older car without Bluetooth, or even just want a little boost on the volume for navigating in your car, the JBL trip is worth a look.
4 expert reviews
JBL’s impressive soundbase delivers a big, powerful sound from a smart, discreet box, but there’s room for improvement in places.
7 expert reviews | 126 user reviews
A retro-looking stereo music player with stonkingly loud sound
9 expert reviews | 3 user reviews
A good-looking, extremely capable soundbar solution, the JBL is a fine alternative to TV speakers
10 expert reviews | 838 user reviews
While we'd love deeper bass, the punchy detail, portable design and good price makes this wireless speaker a worthwhile contender
25 expert reviews | 2958 user reviews
The JBL Flip 2 has made some positive improvements to its predecessor, but it’s still not perfect.
17 expert reviews | 5303 user reviews
Expectations for audio excellence should be checked at the door when shopping for small, inexpensive Bluetooth speakers. The $49.95 JBL Clip subverts those checked expectations with surprisingly good audio performance that rarely distorts (and even...
11 expert reviews | 1739 user reviews
The JBL Go is a good buy if you’re looking for a decent Bluetooth speaker that you can carry around anywhere without issues. However, if you want better audio quality and don’t mind losing out a bit in the portability department, and also don’t mind...
6 expert reviews | 1265 user reviews
Ultimately, stiff competition prevents the SB 350 garnering a fifth star: the class-leading Philips HTL5140 (£270) and Q Acoustics Media 4 (£400) both give better performance-per-pound. Still, the SB 350 has plenty to praise. Its show-stopping design...
5 expert reviews | 277 user reviews
A sensational blend of portability and performance makes the JBL Flip a belting Bluetooth speaker
28 expert reviews | 3724 user reviews
You can find more elaborate computer speaker systems, complete with subwoofer, for the same price you’ll pay for the JBL Pebbles. However, you’ll be hard pressed to find a speaker system that can play as loud and as clean as the Pebbles do for $60. Add...
8 expert reviews | 513 user reviews
An attractive form factor and a good feature set give the JBL Micro Wireless a leg up in the tiny wireless speaker competition.
10 expert reviews | 2660 user reviews
At a street price of Rs 14,990, the JBL Voyager feels particularly expensive. It sounds great with the whole unit assembled but strip off the woofer and the sound falls a bit flat. There’s also no NFC for easy pairing with smartphones and tablets. The...
14 expert reviews | 47 user reviews
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