JBL, a brand under Harman, has unveiled its latest addition in its wide array of audio offerings such as JBL headphones and JBL speakers.
Included in the new line are the PartyBox On-the-Go, PartyBox 310, JBL Go 3, JBL Xtreme 3, JBL BoomBox 2, JBL CLUB series, JBL 125TWS, JBL Tune 125TWS, and JBL Tune 225TWS.
JBL PartyBox On-the-Go – Take the Party with You
The JBL PartyBox On-the-Go is the portable version of the PartyBox 1000 with improved audio features. It appeals to the karaoke-loving Filipinos as it comes with two JBL wireless microphones with a 10-meter range. Similar to its siblings, it delivers powerful bass thanks to JBL’S 100W Pro Signature Sound.
Designed for users to take the party anywhere they go, the PartyBox On-the-Go has IPX4 splash proof protection. This makes it the ideal audio buddy for beach and poolside parties. It also has a shoulder strap for easy portability which also has a bottle opener attached to it. It also offers continuous music playback with its 6-hour battery life and Bluetooth and USB port music sources.
The JBL PartyBox On-the-Go retails for PHP 20,999 and will be available by the end of 2020.
JBL PartyBox 310 – Portable Party Machine
Another addition to the PartyBox line is the JBL PartyBox 310, the bigger variant of the PartyBox On-the-Go. While the PartyBox On-the-Go has a strap, the PartyBox 310 has wheels and a handle for smooth transport.
The speaker is equipped with 240 watts of JBL Pro Sound delivered through its two 2.5-inch tweeters and two 6.5-inch of woofers. It also features synchronized party lights with five modes that can be customized through the JBL Connect app. Its buttons are also backlit in order to allow easy DJ control even in the dark.
Just like the PartyBox On-the-Go, the PartyBox 310 also comes with dual-mic and guitar inputs. Users will also be able to wirelessly connect two JBL PartBox 310 for a combined sound through its True Wireless Stereo feature. And to top it off, the speaker is also rated IPX4 splashproof protection.
The JBL PartyBox 310 is now available in the market and has a price tag of PHP 28,999.
JBL Xtreme 3 – Never Run Out of Music
The JBL Xtreme 3 gets an upgrade as it now has four improved drivers plus two JBL Bass Radiators, which provides a powerful sound in a sleek form factor.
Equipped with a 15-hour battery life and comes with a built-in power bank, the speaker can simultaneously charge devices through its USB-C power input. It has Bluetooth v5.1 feature that up to two devices to be connected to the Xtreme 3.
The Xtreme 3 can also be connected to speakers compatible the JBL PartyBoost app for an amplified music experience. It also has an IP67 protection rating, making it safe from dust and water splashes.
The upgraded JBL Xtreme 3 will retail for PHP 16,999 and will be available by the end of 2020.
JBL BoomBox 2 – A Blast from the Past
Designed reminiscent of the cassette tape-beating portable music players, the JBL BoomBox 2 is the loudest BoomBox JBL has made to date.
The speaker offers a 24-hour music playback and allows users to charge their devices with its built-in power bank. It is also compatible with the JBL PartyBoost mode which lets the user connect more JBL speakers. Made for outdoor entertainment, the speaker is also IPX7 rated. This means it can survive being submerged under water up to 3 feet deep.
The JBL BoomBox 2 will have a price tag of PHP 23,999 and will hit stores by the end of 2020.
JBL Go 3 – Small Package, Big Sound
The well-loved JBL Go also has a new version in the form of the JBL Go 3. The pocket-sized portable speaker. It now has a rectangular form factor with rounded edges dressed in a mesh outer cover, veering away from the previous straightforward cube design.
This petite yet powerful speaker can deliver music with punchy bass, clear mids, and outstanding highs. It can play music up to 5 hours through its Bluetooth v5.1 connection. Also, an upgrade from previous predecessors, the speaker now has a USB-C connection for faster and steadier charging. Lastly, it has an IP67 waterproof and dustproof rating.
The JBL Go 3 will be available by mid-November and will retail for PHP 2,399.
JBL Club Series – Eye-Catching Music
Aside from JBL speakers, fans can now also enjoy the much-awaited premium line of JBL headphones, the JBL CLUB series. The line comprised of the JBL CLUB ONE, JBL CLUB 950NC, and the JBL CLUB 700BT.
The series of headphones has high-end features which include High Red certified graphene drives, True Adaptive Noise Cancellation (ANC), and SilentNow listening capabilities. The series also has Google Assistant services and is the first line of headphones to carry Harman’s Personi-Fi technology.
These JBL headphones can also be used wired with its included 1.2m audio cable and microphone. The series is now available in the market, with the JBL CLUB One retailing at PHP 19,599, the JBL CLUB 950NC at PHP 13,799, and the JBL CLUB 700BT at PHP 8,599.
JBL 115TWS, JBL Tune 125TWS, and JBL Tune 225TWS – Hassle-free listening experience
Not just JBL headphones, the audio brand also has a new line of TWS earphones, and first in the list that will be available in the market is the JBL 115TWS. Carrying the JBL Pure Bass Sound, this pair of wireless earphones boast a combined battery life of 12 hours (6 hours from the earbuds and 15 hours from the charging case. The buds can be used in stereo or mono mode thanks to its Dual Connect feature. The device is promoted hands-free calls and quick access to Voice Assistant. The JBL Tune 115TWS will be available here in the Philippines by the end of 2020 and will be priced for PHP 4,699.
Next is the JBL Tune 125TWS, its among the brand’s first products to have the Fast Pair feature. This allows the earbuds to instantly connect to a music source right after it’s taken out of the case. The pair also has the Dual Connect feature and has an 8-hour playback on top of the 24-hour battery life has in stored in its charging case. The buds also have features such as the signature JBL Pure Bass Sound, hands-free calls, a built-in microphone, and accessible controls on both buds. The JBL Tune 125TWS will retail for PHP 5,999 and will be available by the end of 2020.
Last on the list of audio devices is the JBL Tune 225TWS. It carries the same feature as the JBL 125TWS, but has a different appearance. The 225TWS has a stem wherein the users can access audio controls. It also offers a combined battery life of 25 hours from the pair and its pocketable charging case. The JBL Tune 225TWS will be available by the end of 2020 and will retail for PHP 7,199.
JBL #SquadGoals Holiday Promo
Bringing in the holiday cheer, JBL hosts its #SquadGoals promo. The promo will take place from November 1 to December 31, 2020. For every purchase of select JBL speakers, JBL headphones, and JBL home entertainment offerings, customers are entitled to get a FREE limited edition JBL Go 3 Squad speaker.
Qualified customers must register at www.harmanwarranty.com with their complete name, contact number, complete mailing address, email address, store/branch where the item was purchased, product model, serial number, purchase date, and upload the official receipt.