JBL Xtreme 2 will offer bigger, better sound

JBL’s second-age kind sized compact Bluetooth speaker has redesigned drivers and a completely waterproof plan. It delivers this spring.

 

 

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JBL reported a few new items at CES 2018, some of which I secured from the show. One I didn’t get an opportunity to review was the up and coming Xtreme 2 remote speaker, the up and coming age of the organization’s very much respected kind sized versatile Bluetooth speaker. It’s because of ship this spring for $300 (£250, $AU350).

The thought is that it should put out almost as much solid as one. Keeping that in mind, JBL has redesigned the drivers in the Xtreme 2 so the speaker has greater, fatter sound with significantly more bass. What’s more, now it’s completely waterproof.

I had a fast hear it out at the show, yet it was difficult to tell exactly what amount enhanced its sound really is since I didn’t have the prior model to contrast it with. Be that as it may, for what it’s worth, JBL was putting forth up a listening test versus the comparably valued UE Megaboom and Xtreme 2 obviously yield more bass and volume. Notwithstanding, the Megaboom is an essentially littler, more versatile speaker.

I’ll have a full audit of the Xtreme 2 once I get my hands on a survey test this spring. For the time being, here are its key specs, as per JBL:

  • Remotely associate up to two cell phones or tablets
  • Worked in rechargeable Li particle battery bolsters up to 15-long periods of recess
  • IPX7 Waterproof (speaker can be submerged in water).
  • JBL Connect+-empowered (interface up to 100 JBL Connect+-empowered speakers together)
  • Refreshed drivers and inactive bass radiators
  • Hues: Midnight dark, timberland green, and sea blue
  • Furnished with clamor and resound dropping speakerphone
  • Accessible this spring for $300 (£250, $AU350)

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