Tuesday, 18 February 2014

JBL Charge Bluetooth Speaker



If you are looking for a transportable Bluetooth speaker, JBL simply extended its JBL Charge, a beer-can sized speaker that guarantees nice sound and many of battery life. The speaker's 6000 mAh lithium-ion battery may also be wont to charge any contraption that uses USB for power.

The company sent U.S.A. one for review, thus let's provides it a listen and choose if it's value its $149.95 price.

This is a sexy very little unit, seven inches wide and three inches deep, and it arrived in a very buoyant sky-blue color. you'll additionally get one in grey or inexperienced. The package includes a carrying case that resembles a wetsuit, and it is a tight match, creating it to a small degree too troublesome to position the unit within the case or take away it from its stretchable compass.

The speaker exudes quality, created in durable rubberized plastic that feels solid and superior. It sounds equally smart once placed horizontally — balanced on its 2 feet that keep it from rolling away — or vertically, creating it fit a tall-boy tin can. once placed vertically, the only bass driver should be oriented at the highest, however covers the charging port on very cheap. thus once you wish to charge another device whereas taking part in music, you'll have to line it down horizontally.


What variety of alchemy is JBL victimization to form this speaker pump out such spectacular sound? it's 2 5-Watt amplifiers within, every powering a one.5-inch (38mm) speaker within the front. And on the tip, that bass port uses most of the length of the speaker to get its spectacular foundation. No, it does not go right down to twenty Hertz or rattle the rafters, however it provides your music enough bottom to form it appear to be there is some variety of magic happening.

It's not simply the bass that is spectacular. To my ears, the high frequencies were crisp while not sounding shrill, and therefore the midrange measured well-balanced and natural. It even passed my sax take a look at, wherever lesser speakers build saxes sound a lot of like automotive horns than the gorgeous instruments they very square measure. Not thus with the Charge, that rendered the sax sound in its original, communicative and attractive self.

The claim of ten to twelve hours of listening time on battery power all depends on however loudly you are taking part in the unit, and whether or not you are victimization it perpetually. to administer you a thought of its battery life, throughout all my testing, I wasn't able to run the battery down with music alone, which was paying attention to it for a whole 8-hour workday at comparatively high volume.

Another good thing about the JBL Charge's Brobdingnagian lithium-ion battery is its ability to charge alternative devices via its USB charging port. Our gold-standard take a look at for ANy unit that claims to charge iOS devices is to visualize however well it will charge an iPad. I totally depleted the battery in AN iPad two, and after I obstructed it into the JBL Charge, it took 3.5 hours to charge the iPad two to five7% of its full capability. At that time, the Charge's battery was depleted.

So if you would like to charge AN iPad from empty to full, the hefty battery within the Charge cannot go the total distance.

Don't let that discourage you, though. The JBL Charge's battery will definitely last longer than your party can, unless you are engaged in some variety of dance marathon. And, it will charge your smartphone to its full capability in concerning two hours, and even take a power-hungry pill over halfway there.

It sounds higher than the other of its size I've ever tested — even higher than the Soundfreaq Sound Kick, my former favorite little Bluetooth speaker whose battery lasts seven hours, prices $100 and sounds nice.

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