JBL has launched the most awaited JBL Flip 6 Bluetooth speaker and two similarly anticipated portable speakers. The new-fangled Bluetooth speaker is more durable and has a longer battery life than the Flip 5. The PartyBox lineup of portable speakers has been expanded in the form of PartyBox 710 and PartyBox 110. Both models are IPX4 rated and adopt a splash-proof design.
The new version doubles down on the rugged design without sacrificing audio quality. The key selling points are seeing some notable improvements. JBL Flip 6 has Bluetooth 5.1 which allows PartyBoost to sync with other wireless speakers, plus an IP rating change from X7 to 67 for complete protection against particles like sand.
It comes with a powerful battery capable of lasting 12 hours. It will be available on JBL’s website from November and is priced at approx. Rs. 9,500. The PartyBox 110 and PartyBox 710 have LEDs, USB and TRS input support, and an IPX4 rating. The 110 has a speaker output power of 160W. It redesigned the light show with 8 RGB animation sequences that can sync to the music. The PartyBox 110 can supposedly last up to 12 hours on a single charge with support for Bluetooth, Guitar, and mic inputs. The PartyBox 710, which has wheels to make it easier to move around, offers 800W sound output. Like the PartyBox 110, the PartyBox 710 also offers a redesigned light show with 8 RGB light configurations. It is IPX4 splash-proof, has support for Bluetooth, Guitar, and mic inputs.
The PartyBox 710 will be available from October in the United States approx. Rs. 59,000 while the smaller JBL PartyBox 110 is currently available for purchase for approx. Rs. 29,000.