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JBL Micro Wireless Bluetooth Speaker- Each (Blue)
- Wirelessly stream audio from your portable devices like smartphones and tablets
- Experience loud and clear JBL sound from a compact speaker with a tuned bass port
- Get up to five hours of uninterrupted audio from its rechargeable battery
- Portable design fits easily into backpacks or pockets
- Smart-cable design - Built-in 11-13/16-inch (30-centimeter) audio cable with 3.5 mm plug stores in the bottom of the speaker to prevent tangling
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JBL engineers believe that you should never have to sacrifice performance for portability. Introducing the JBL Micro Wireless ultra-portable loudspeaker. With its compact size, this speaker lets you take great JBL bass anyplace. It’s the first ultra-portable speaker featuring a Li-ion (lithium-ion) rechargeable battery good for 5 hours of performance, a built-in bass port for powerful low-frequency playback and wireless Bluetooth connection. With a 1-5/8-inch (40-millimeter) driver, it delivers full-range JBL sound with superb bass – yet it clips onto clothes or fits easily in a backpack. You can wirelessly stream audio to the speaker from any Bluetooth-equipped mobile phone or tablet, or use the included 11-13/16-inch (30-centimeter) audio cable – with a 1/8-inch (3.5-millimeter) stereo mini jack – to connect the speaker to any mobile device or MP3 player. You can even daisy-chain the speaker with other JBL Micro Wireless speakers for a powerful sonic experience. An ideal wireless audio solution for indoor or outdoor playback, the JBL Micro Wireless offers performance, portability and pricing that the competition can’t touch.
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Just tried a bunch of these ranging from $20-$60:
HMDX jam bluetooth - third place - sounds awesome, it's the loudest of all tested as well. Great bass and does not distort too much at the loudest volumes. nice, solid weight. However a constant buzzing/fuzzy noise made this a no go. Also resets to 50% volume every time it is powered on and off just like all the others except the JBL. would be my second favorite if it didn't have the buzz. well priced at 35.
Satechi bluetooth audio cube - not loud at all, tinny sound, very little bass, sounds muffled. expected more from the large size of the unit(about 3.5*3.5") compared to others, and the positive reviews. looks cool. overpriced at 50 for sure.
Kinivo wired - not very loud but otherwise great sound. nice bass, clear highs. distorts a little at max volume. cool looking. great value at 20
Sharkk bluetooth - second place - a best buy at 27 bucks. sounds great, good bass, and not much distortion on max volume. not quite as loud as the jbl or hmdx though. bland looking. Comparable volume to most of the others though.
JBL micro bluetooth - my favorite - first place. stylish, great volume, clear highs and great bass. Very user friendly and uses a manual volume dial so each time you turn it on it is at the previous volume. most reset to 50% every time you turn them off and back on. Also can be used as a bluetooth adaptor/dongle where the 3.5mm out can plug into any home theater system. Nice spot to hang it up on a nail, making the sound project farther and louder. Also has a small flat area on the side opposite the hook so it stands up by itself and it doesn't fall over even at max volume with bass heavy rap playing, meaning you can aim the speaker. This actually makes the speaker louder than the hmdx for real world usage. With extremely heavy bass music the mids and highs "fade out" a little bit at max volume since a single driver can only handle a certain amount of range. Otherwise it does not distort even at max volume. pricey at 60 but worth it. great battery life too, more than the advertised 5 hours. Also, re-connects with bluetooth devices automatically when they come in range, so no need to manually reconnect constantly like with other speakers. Can daisy chain with other micros also.
August bluetooth - decent quality and bass, however distorts at fairly low volumes making it a no go. Similar to the sharkk in size, weight and sound.
Satechi BT wireless portable speaker - worst of all, distorts at the slightest bit of bass or volume. Instant no go and a rip off at 40 bucks. can also be used as a bluetooth dongle like the jbl though. Looks almost identical to the kinivo. has horrible buttons that perform multiple functions and are super sensitive leading accidental skipping of songs, turning off, etc. stay away from satechi.
Xmini - bluetooth drops easily. by far the lightest and smallest and has good sound for it's size but little bass and not too loud. If you want portability and lightweight this is the way to go. The alpatronix is small too but heavier. pricey at 40 for what you get.
Alpatronix bluetooth - sounds great, but distorts quickly with any bass heavy music. Also "walks" across the table with bass heavy songs unlike the others due to it's weight/bass ratio. Loud, like the jbl and hdmx. 40 bucks is too much unless you don't listen to anything but classical at low volumes.
You can really hear the difference between these speakers - the green speaker is loud, has full bass, sounds amazing (on both bluetooth and plugged in). The black one (this listing) can't go as loud, and if you turn it up too much there is a *lot* of distortion.
It still works as a speaker and the bluetooth is operational, but make sure you know that this is not the same as a "real" JBL speaker! Definitely way worse sound quality. I wish I would have spent the extra few dollars for the real JBL speaker if I had known this one would be so much worse.
The BT button broke a few weeks ago. Contacted JBL/ Harmon, the company that owns JBL. they informed me this item I had ordered was COUNTERFEIT. They did replace it though with a newer version called The Clip. HUGE difference between the counterfeit and this Clip.
Glad I went thru Harmon for this replacement, otherwise the seller DOSHISHA DREAM would have probably sent me another fake.
the Clip from JBL/Harmon is well worth the money.