JBL offers multi-speaker connectivity with Auracast technology for Xtreme 4, Clip 5 and Go 4 portable devices.

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JBL has introduced Auracast technology in the new Xtreme 4, Clip 5 and Go 4 portable speakers, a technology that expands connectivity options for multi-speaker connectivity, and has joined the new wireless headphones Live TWS 3 line with Case Smart Charging. Touch panel.

The audio technology company has added Auracast technology to its portable speakers for the first time, enabling multi-speaker connectivity in the new Xtreme 4, Clip 5 and Go 4 models, which will gradually hit the market starting in March. Structure of CES 2024, from Vegas (USA).

JBL was devastated. It also features two woofers, two drivers and double pumped bass radiators.

This portable speaker, cylindrical in shape, has a high-capacity battery that provides up to 24 hours of playback and a power bank to charge your phone from anywhere. JBL also features a replaceable battery for long life.

For its part, the new JBL Clip 5 (69.99 euros) is designed for travel, as it has been redesigned by JBL with a larger opening and easier connection. It offers twelve hours of autonomy.

The JBL Go 4 model (€49.99) is a mini speaker and has a rectangular design with a strap, so it's manageable and can be taken anywhere. It offers seven hours of playback and is available in six colors.

All three new speakers come with Bluetooth v5.3 with LE audio capabilities and an IP67 water and dust resistance rating.

Partybox with replaceable battery

Partybox, a product line designed for parties, has been updated with two new speakers, the Partybox Club 120 and Partybox Stage 320 models; and a wireless microphone, the PartyBox Wireless Mic, all with strobe light effects in sync with music and expected to hit the market in April.

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The Partybox Club 120 comes with JBL Original Pro Sound technology, powerful sound and deep bass, and a replaceable battery that doubles the speaker's autonomy, typically up to twelve hours of playback. Includes two microphone inputs and one guitar input.

The JBL Partybox Stage 320, for its part, has a compact design, with a telescopic handle and wide, resistant wheels that allow it to be transported. It has two high-density woofers and dual tweeters that, according to JBL, allow you to hear all the details of songs even at high volumes.

The speaker offers up to 18 hours of playback, which can be doubled with a replaceable battery and also supports fast charging technology, which provides two hours of playback on a ten-minute charge.

Both speaker models include AI Sound Boost technology, which analyzes audio in real-time with an AI algorithm to optimize sound output, and Auracast technology, which allows pairing with other portable speakers and compatible PartyBox speakers.

Along with the speakers, JBL has introduced the Partybox Wireless Mic (€149.99), which uses JBL's cushion mounting system to reduce handling and breathing noise, and all unwanted noise. It offers 20 hours of use and a rechargeable battery to extend its autonomy.

Gas charging by display

JBL took advantage of its presence at CES 2024 to present a new smart charging case compatible with the Live TWS 3 series wireless headphones.

The JBL Live TWS 3 series, which includes Buds, Beam and Flex wireless earbuds, features Hi-Res Audio Wirelessly and JBL Signature Sound and Bluetooth 5.3 with LE enabling stable multipoint connections.

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The new models will be available in June, for 199.99 euros, and will come in four colors (purple, blue, silver and black) and come with a smart charging case with a 1.45-inch LED touchscreen.

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