- Compared with Flip 5, JBL Flip 6 portable Bluetooth speaker has a better battery life and durability rating.
- The company has expanded its Partybox speaker series with 710 and 110, which are now available.
- It has added many true wireless earplugs to its product portfolio, adding Reflect Flow, Tune and Endurance series; in addition to Quantum 350 gaming headsets and JBL JR460NC children’s headsets.
Although we have long known that IFA 2021 is not feasible, this has not prevented JBL from updating its speakers, headphones and earplugs series when the conference is held. In the large number of noise-canceling earplugs, party speakers and headphones, there is always something that will catch your attention. However, the product that may receive the most attention is JBL Flip 6.
JBL flip 6
JBL Flip series Bluetooth speakers are one of the most popular speakers. Flip 6 is expected to improve the previous generation of products with better sound quality and a more durable IP67 dust-proof and waterproof structure. Flip 6 has a dual passive radiator system, as well as a woofer and tweeter, which should produce better audio quality.
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Like Flip 5, Flip 6 can be used with JBL PartyBoost, so you can connect two PartyBoost speakers together for stereo playback. PartyBoost also allows you to wirelessly connect up to 100 compatible speakers for loud mono playback. JBL added Bluetooth 5.1 firmware to this everyday speaker and has an even more impressive 12-hour battery life.
JBL Flip 6 will be available in the US in December, priced at US$129.95. JBL will release Flip 6 in Europe at a price of 139 euros in November this year. It is available in five colors: Grey Stone, River Teal, Ocean Blue, Midnight Black or Squad.
JBL Partybox 110 and Partybox 710
Both JBL Partybox 110 and Partybox 710 can hold parties anywhere. These speakers have a lot in common, such as IPX4 rating, Bluetooth and USB input, and support through the JBL PartyBox application. When music is played through the Partybox, the embedded RGB lights will give out a synchronized light show. When multiple Partybox speakers are close together, you can use JBL’s one-button true wireless stereo to connect them to double the volume. Owners who like music can even plug a guitar and microphone into any Partybox.
The difference between the two speakers has a lot to do with the power output. Partybox 710 has 800W RMS output, which easily surpasses Partybox 110’s 160W output. The larger Partybox also has wheels. The 110 model has what the 710 lacks: 12 hours of battery life. Unlike the Partybox 710, the smaller speakers do not require power to work.
this JBL PartyBox 110 is now available Priced at 399.95 US dollars / 359 euros, JBL PartyBox 710 will be listed in the United States on November 14th, priced at 799.95 US dollars, and will be listed in Europe in October, priced at 749 euros.
JBL Quantum 350
Quantum 350 joined Other gaming headsets from JBL And use the familiar 2.4GHz USB dongle adapter to realize lossless and delay-free wireless streaming. PC gamers can use JBL QuantumEngine software to customize the headset, which has the company’s QuantumSound profile and works with JBL QuantumSurround. As we have seen before, Quantum 350 is equipped with Discord-certified detachable cantilever microphones.
Its battery life is 22 hours, and it can be used for 60 minutes after 5 minutes of charging via the included USB-C cable. Thanks to the artificial leather memory foam ear pads, the comfortable and lightweight structure can achieve up to several hours of play time. Once released this month, all gamers will enjoy the Quantum 350 for USD 99.95/EUR 119.
JBL Reflect Flow Pro
Reflect Flow Pro true wireless headphones support Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and Smart Ambient Mode, which amplify background noise and let you understand your surroundings. Six embedded microphones facilitate clear voice transmission in conference calls and assist ANC. These multi-function earplugs also have an IP68 protection rating, making them feel like at home on the beach, just like the next time you run.
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After turning on the noise reduction function, the battery life is 8 hours, and the wireless charging box can play an additional 20 hours. The charging box can quickly charge the earbuds for 10 minutes, providing 60 minutes of playback time. You can say “Hey Google” to activate the digital assistant, and the headset connects to your smartphone using Bluetooth 5.0. Thanks to JBL Dual Connect + Sync, any earplug can be used independently. This allows you to determine which earbud to use to answer the call, and assign certain functions to one earpiece instead of another.
The JBL Headphones app makes it easy to customize the touch controls on these everyday earbuds. JBL Reflect Flow Pro will be listed on November 14th, priced at 179.95 US dollars / 179 euros.
JBL Tune 230NC and Tune 130NC
Tune 230NC and Tune 130NC share many functions, the former is a better quality headset. Let’s start with the similarities. Both pairs of ANC true wireless earbuds have 8 hours of battery life when ANC is turned on, and an additional 24 hours of playback time. The fast charging efficiency is also the same: 10 minutes of charging can provide 60 minutes of playing time. Tune 230NC and Tune 130NC both use Bluetooth 5.2, support dual connection + synchronization, built-in four-microphone array, and work with the JBL Headphones application.
What about the difference? Well, Tune 230 adopts the popular stem design, which is in sharp contrast to the traditional earplug design of Tune 130. Another difference: JBL Tune 230NC uses a 5.8 mm dynamic driver-much smaller than the 10 mm driver of Tune 130NC. This may sound strange, because many people think larger drives are better, but it’s not that simple.
Both JBL Tune 230NC and JBL Tune 130NC will be available on October 17th, priced at 99.95 US dollars/99 Euros. Both models are available in black, white and blue colors.
JBL Endurance Race
Endurance Race true wireless earbuds have joined the company’s event-themed earphones. These earplugs have an IP67 protection rating, which protects them from dust and water, has a small footprint and fast charging speed. Endurance Race can be used for 10 hours on a single charge, and the protective case can provide an additional 20 hours of play time. It only takes 10 minutes to provide 60 minutes of listening time, which means you never have to worry about a dead battery ruining your workout.
Other features include JBL’s iconic Pure Bass sound profile, interchangeable earplugs and Ambient Aware listening, all for only 79.95 US dollars / 68.24 euros. The black version of the JBL Endurance Race will be on sale on October 17.
JBL JR 460NC
Children (3-10 years old) will not be forgotten because of this series of releases; the wireless JBL JR 460NC is the first JBL JR headset with active noise reduction. ANC and JBL Safe Sound, one onboard Volume limiter Set the upper limit of the output to 85dB to jointly protect your child’s hearing from external noise and unsafe playback volume. These headphones even integrate a microphone, so your child can easily participate in any virtual school education.
JR 460NC has a battery life of 20 hours and supports fast charging. These headphones designed by JBL can withstand wear and tear without damage, and the detachable 3.5 mm cable is ideal for console games and when the battery runs out.
JBL JR 460NC will be available this month, priced at $79.95.