JBL Launches Latest Line of Audio Devices in First Online Launch in PH

Anjie lou delos Reyes
JBL Philippines, a sub-brand of Samsung's Harman Kardon, recently launched in the Philippines its revamped audio lineup comprised of the PartyBox On-the-Go, PartyBox 310, Xtreme 3, Go 3, BoomBox 2, Club Series, Tune 115TWS, Tune 125TWS, and Tune 225TWS.

JBL Launches Latest Line of Audio Devices in First Online Launch in PH
JBL Launches Latest Line of Audio Devices in First Online Launch in PH

New JBL speakers

The PartyBox On-the-Go and PartyBox 310 are the newest models under JBL's PartyBox line with portable speakers designed to deliver heavy bass with a synchronized light show. The JBL PartyBox On-the-Go comes with a plug-and-play feature for guitars and comes with two microphones for a sing-along. The JBL PartyBox 310, on the other hand, is designed like a suitcase with wheels and a retractable handle for smooth transport.

The JBL PartyBox On-the-Go is priced at Php20,999, while the JBL PartyBox 310 is pegged at Php28,999.

The upgraded JBL Xtreme 3 now comes with four improved drivers plus two JBL Bass Radiators for more powerful audio. It comes with 15-hour battery life and can be used as a power bank to simultaneously charge up to two devices via its USB-C power input. It also has an IP67 dustproof and splashproof rating.

The JBL Xtreme 3 is priced at Php16,999 and is now available in JBL stores and partner outlets nationwide.

Introducing a new look for its best-selling Go portable speaker line, JBL has equipped the Go 3 with a mesh outer cover for added aesthetics and protection. It now comes in a rectangular form factor instead of a cube design. While the previous variants of the JBL Go speakers have MicroUSB ports, the JBL Go 3 uses USB Type-C for faster charging.

The JBL Go 3 sells for Php2,399.

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Another revamped model under the JBL speakers line is the JBL BoomBox 2, the brand's loudest BoomBox to date with punchy bass. Its main selling points are its 24-hour battery life, built-in power bank, and the JBL PartyBoost mode, allowing users to connect more compatible JBL speakers for an immersive audio experience.

The JBL BoomBox 2 is now available for only Php23,999.

New JBL personal audio devices

The first online launch of JBL in the Philippines also saw the introduction of the brand's most advanced headphones to date, the JBL Club Series, which JBL made in collaboration with the world's most renowned DJs, including Armin Van Buuren.

Under the JBL Club Series are the JBL Club One (Php19,599), JBL Club 950NC (Php13,799), and the JBL Club 700BT (Php8,599). These high-end headphones boast of the latest audio innovation, including True Adaptive Noise Cancellation (ANC) and SilentNow feature for ambient listening.

The JBL Club Series is also the first line of headphones to carry Harman's Personi-Fi technology, allowing users to customize and calibrate the headphones according to their preferences.

JBL has likewise brought in the local market new true wireless earphones offerings, including the JBL Tune 115TWS priced at Php4,699, JBL Tune 125TWS priced at Php5,999, and the JBL Tune 225 TWS priced at Php7,199.

Get yours now online at the comfort of your home via Lazada JBL Official Store at https://bit.ly/jblstoreofficial.

For more information about JBL's audio portfolio, visit www.jbl.com.ph or follow its official social media accounts: JBL Philippines on Facebook and @jblph on Instagram.

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