On Thursday, JBL also unveiled a range of wireless headphones and earbuds, in the form of the Quantum 350 Wireless, Reflect Flow Pro, Tune 230NC, Tune 130NC and Endurance Race headphones. Read on for more details on the Flip 6 and PartyBox speakers, including price and availability.
JBL Flip 6: price, specifications
The JBL Flip 6 has a new audio setup compared to its predecessor while maintaining the same tubular design, with dual passive radiators, a track-shaped woofer and a separate tweeter. The speaker features 5.1 Bluetooth connectivity. The Flip 6 features an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance. The Flip 5, by contrast, offered Bluetooth v4.2 connectivity and was IPX7 waterproof.
Compared to the JBL Flip 5, the battery life remains unchanged for up to 12 hours. The JBL Flip 6 will be available on JBL.com from November for 139 EUR (approximately Rs. 12,000). It is available in Dusty Pink, Gray Stone, River Teal, Fiesta Red, Ocean Blue, Midnight Black, Steel White, Forest Green or Squad color options. In the US, it is priced at $ 129.95 (about Rs. 9,500).
JBL PartyBox 110 and PartyBox 710: price, specifications
The JBL PartyBox Bluetooth speaker line has two new models. PartyBox 110 and PartyBox 710 are claimed to offer more powerful sound, offer a new user interface and feature a completely redesigned light show with more robust connectivity options than their predecessors.
Both are equipped with strobe lights and animation in the shape of 8 lights, with the larger PartyBox 710 offering colored strobe lights compared to the PartyBox 110’s white strobe light. The PartyBox 710 also features color projection lights, as well as a light. starry sky and a disco light. The light show on both devices can be synchronized with the music. Both party speakers have a USB and Bluetooth input and an IPX4 rating for water resistance. Users can connect their guitar and microphone to either of the two Partyboxes to jam. Both have support via the JBL PartyBox app to control the party using a phone to change tracks, customize the light show and more.
The PartyBox 710 has an RMS output of 800W, while the PartyBox 110 has a speaker output power of 160W RMS. Users can connect two PartyBox 110 speakers together for stereo audio output. The PartyBox 710 has two 2.75-inch low-distortion tweeters, two high-sensitivity 8-inch excursion drivers, and an improved bass reflex port. It also features a set of sturdy wheels and handles, the company says, with the smaller PartyBox 110 only featuring handles.
The JBL PartyBox 710 will be available from October for 749 euros (approximately Rs. 64,900) and the JBL PartyBox 110 is now available for 359 euros (approximately Rs. 31,100). In the United States, they are priced at $ 399.95 (about Rs. 29,100) and $ 799.95 (about Rs. 58,400) respectively.
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