JBL has released an updated version of its popular JBL Charge 5 portable speaker.. The new model, which protects the immersive sound experience, expands the connection formats by offering Wi-Fi connection support.
Unlike Bluetooth, the format allows the user to answer calls and use social networks on the mobile phone without interfering with the ringing. In addition, the equipment plays music sent by AirPlay, Alexa Multi-Room Music, built-in Chromecast and Spotify Connect.
Externally, the JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi repeats the appearance of the standard version. However, the new speaker is a Eco-friendly design using 90% post-consumer recycled plastic 100% recycled fabric in construction and lining.
Regarding performance, model delivers “strong, powerful bass” With a combination of 30W woofer speaker and 10W tweeter. In addition, it maintains up to the autonomy 20 hours of continuous playback.
Ideal for indoor and outdoor parties, JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi is IP67 certified against splashes and dust. Another attractive feature is the integrated power bank for charging other devices.
In addition to Wi-Fi support, speaker updated with Bluetooth 5.3 For higher quality wireless connections. Additionally, users can customize settings and make EQ adjustments using the JBL One app on mobile devices.
How much does the JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi cost?
Available only in black with gold details, the JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi has already launched in the Brazilian market. Here, it will be sold by the new version of the portable speaker. suggested retail price of 1,899 BRL.
It is worth noting that the equipment is shipped in a package made of paper approved by the FSC, to keep the offer completely ecological. Also the content is printed with soy ink.
Up to 20 hours of playtime and a handy power bank to keep your partying devices charged all night. With an IP67 rating, the waterproof Charge 5 is dustproof and resistant to anything.
Source: Tec Mundo
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