JBL’s popular Flip Bluetooth speaker has been upgraded two years later in the form of Flip 6, announced Thursday by a Samsung-owned company. According to JBL, Flip 6 has a better battery life and durability rating than its predecessor, Flip 5. The company has also expanded its set of PartyBox speakers with the PartyBox 710 and PartyBox 110. The two portable party speakers have a drip-proof design. , Aside from color lights, it is IPX4 rated.
Thursday JBL Also Announced a bunch of wireless headphones And in the form of earphones Quantum350 wireless, Reflect Flow Pro, Adjust 230NC, Adjust 130NC, And endurance race headsets. Read below for more information on Flip6 and PartyBox speakers, including pricing and availability.
JBL Flip 6: Price, specifications
NS JBL flip 6 It features dual passive radiators, a racetrack woofer, a separate tweeter, and maintains the same tubular design with new audio configurations compared to its predecessor. The speaker has a Bluetooth 5.1 connection. Flip 6 comes with a dustproof and waterproof IP67 rating. In contrast, Flip5 provided a Bluetooth v4.2 connection and was IPX7 waterproof.
Compared to JBL Flip 5, battery life remains the same for up to 12 hours. The JBL Flip 6 will be available on JBL.com from November for 139 euros (about 12,000 rupees). Available in Dusty Pink, Gray Stone, River Teal, Fiesta Red, Ocean Blue, Midnight Black, Steel White, Forest Green, or Squat color options. In the United States, it sells for $ 129.95 (about 9,500 rupees).
JBL PartyBox110 and PartyBox710: Price, Specifications
There are two new models in the JBL PartyBox line of Bluetooth speakers. The PartyBox 110 and PartyBox 710 are alleged to offer a more powerful sound, a new user interface, and a completely redesigned light show with more robust connectivity options compared to previous versions. I have.
Both are equipped with strobe lights and eight light animated diagrams, and the larger PartyBox 710 provides colored strobe lights as opposed to the white strobe lights on the PartyBox 110. In addition to starlights and clublights, the PartyBox 710 also features color projection lights. You can sync the light show on both devices to music. Both party speakers have USB and Bluetooth inputs and have a water resistant IPX4 rating. Users can jam by connecting a guitar or microphone to either Partybox. Both are supported via the JBL PartyBox app, which allows you to use your phone to control your party, switch tracks and customize your light show.
The output of PartyBox710 is 800WRMS, and the speaker output of PartyBox110 is 160WRMS. Users can link two PartyBox 110 speakers for stereo sound output. The PartyBox 710 has two 2.75-inch low-distortion tweeters, two high-sensitivity 8-inch excursion drivers, and improved bass reflex ports. It also has a set of sturdy wheels and handles, and the small PartyBox 110 has only handles, the company says.
The JBL PartyBox 710 will start selling for 749 euros (about 64,900 rupees) from October, and the JBL PartyBox 110 will sell for 359 euros (about 31,100 rupees). In the United States, the prices are $ 399.95 (about 29,100 rupees) and $ 799.95 (about 58,400 rupees), respectively.
https://gadgets.ndtv.com/audio/news/jbl-flip-6-partybox-710-110-price-eur-139-749-359-launch-specifications-bluetooth-speakers-2529011#rss-gadgets-all JBL Flip 6 Bluetooth Speaker, PartyBox710 and PartyBox110 Portable Speakers Now Available