CES 2022: JBL Boombox 3, Pulse 5 Bluetooth Speakers, Live Pro 2 TWS Earbuds Launched Alongside More Offer… – Gadgets 360
JBL’s popular portable Bluetooth speaker lineup and wireless gaming headset series have been expanded with new launches at CES 2022. JBL Pulse 5 and JBL BoomBox 3, launched by the Samsung-owned brand, offers Bluetooth v5.3 connectivity and offer wireless pairing with up to two smartphones or tablets at a time. The new JBL Pulse 5 pairs JBL’s 360-degree immersive sound with LED light show, while JBL BoomBox 3 has a three-way acoustic speaker design and is said to deliver up to 24 hours of playtime.
JBL has also expanded its series of PartyBox speakers with the new JBL PartyBox Encore. The portable party speaker is said to deliver 100W of sound output and have a IPX4-rated splash-proof design. JBL has also announced new additions to its Quantum range with the company’s first true wireless gaming headset, JBL Quantum TWS, and two over-ear headsets —JBL Quantum 810 and JBL Quantum 610. These are joined by JBL’s first USB microphone — JBL Quantum Stream. All three Quantum headphones use JBL’s QuantumEngine PC software to customise RGB colours and more. JBL Live Pro 2 in-ear true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds are another new audio offering from the brand.
JBL Pulse 5, JBL BoomBox 3, JBL PartyBox Encore price, availability
The new JBL Pulse 5 comes with a price tag of EUR 249 (roughly Rs. 20,900) and JBL BoomBox 3 will retail for EUR 549 (roughly Rs. 46,200). Additionally, JBL PartyBox Encore will retail at EUR 349 (roughly Rs. 29,300)
JBL BoomBox 3 will be available in Black and Squad colour options. Colour options of the other two devices are not yet revealed by JBL. New JBL portable speakers and JBL PartyBox Encore will be available for purchase via the company’s official website and selected retailers starting summer 2022.
JBL Quantum Stream, JBL Quantum TWS, JBL Quantum 810, JBL Quantum 610, JBL Live Pro 2 price, availability
JBL Quantum Stream will retail for EUR 99.99 (roughly Rs. 8,400). JBL Quantum TWS and JBL Quantum 610 are priced at EUR 149 (roughly Rs. 12,500) and JBL Quantum 810 headsets are launched with a price tag of 179 (roughly Rs. 15,000). JBL Live Pro 2 in-ear TWS earbuds will retail for EUR 179.99 (roughly Rs. 15,100).
All the new additions to the JBL Quantum lineup will be available for purchase in Blue, Red, and Green colour options. JBL Live Pro 2 come in Blue, Black and White colour options.
According to JBL, all new devices in the Quantum lineup along with JBL Live Pro 2 will go on sale starting spring 2022 via the official website and select retailers.
India pricing and availability details of the new JBL products are yet to be announced.
JBL Pulse 5, JBL Boombox 3, JBL PartyBox Encore Specifications, features
The new portable speakers by JBL come with fresh designs and improvements over their predecessors. As mentioned, JBL Pulse 5 pairs 360-degree immersive sound with a LED light show. JBL BoomBox 3 has a three-way acoustic speaker design. Both the devices feature Bluetooth v5.3 for connectivity and offer wireless connectivity to up to two smartphones or tablets to the speaker. They are IP67 rated for water and dust resistance as well. Users can choose colours and effects through the JBL Portable app available on Google Play and Apple’s App Store. JBL Pulse 5 and JBL BoomBox 3 can be paired with two JBL PartyBoost-compatible speakers for stereo sound or link multiple JBL PartyBoost-compatible speakers.