Massive update of JBL portable equipment
Massive update of JBL portable equipment
Massive update of JBL portable equipment

Massive update from JBL: New headphones, speakers and more

The brand, part of the Harman group, took advantage of CES 2024 to present new portable products.

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In particular, they showed the “true wireless” headphones of the Live TWS 3 series, which included a “smart” charging case with a 1.45” touch screen that allows you to control your smartphone. It displays messages, phone call alerts and other useful information. The new product is equipped with a Bluetooth 5.3 interface with LE Audio and the LDAC codec, Multipoint function and support for proprietary JBL Signature Sound technology. Active noise cancellation – True Adaptive with the function of checking the tightness of the emitters in the ears. Moisture protection according to IP55 specification. The series includes models Live Buds 3, Live Beam 3 and Live Flex 3, which differ in the shape of the emitters and acoustic design. They will be available in white or black. The start of deliveries is scheduled for this summer, recommended prices start at $199.95.

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Also presented are open TWS headphones SoundGear Sense and wired headphones with a USB-C interface Tune 310C. Sales start in March. The first of them, with a recommended price of $149.95, can last up to 6 hours on a single charge and up to 24 hours with recharging in the case. There are hooks for fixing in the ears and a removable headband, and therefore the headphones can be used during sports.

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The JBL Tune 310C, with an MSRP of $24.95 and USB-C, has a built-in DAC and can be used with smartphones that don’t have a 3.5mm audio output.

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In the segment of full-size and on-ear headphones, there are 6 new models from the Tune and Live series, all with a 5.3 wireless interface and proprietary Personi-Fi 2.0 technology. Prices range from $49 to $199. Expected in March.

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New wireless systems from the PartyBox family can also be classified as relatively portable equipment – it will include the Club 120 ($399.95), Stage 320 ($599.95) models, as well as an optional wireless microphone ($149.95).

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The line of compact all-weather systems has been expanded with the Extreme 4 ($379.95), Clip 5 ($79.95) and Go 4 ($49.95), all with Bluetooth 5.3 and LE Audio support. Expected to go on sale in June 2024.

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