These latest speakers of JBL will double the fun of the party; All dust and water on them ineffective, see price-features

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JBL’s popular Flip Bluetooth speaker is getting an upgrade in the form of the Flip 6 after two years, the Samsung-owned company announced on Thursday. JBL says the Flip 6 has better battery life and durability than its older Flip 5. The company has also expanded its set of PartyBox speakers with the PartyBox 710 and PartyBox 110. The two portable party speakers feature a splash-proof design that, apart from colorful lights, come with an IPX4 rating. Read on for more details about the Flip 6 and Partybox speakers, including price and availability.

JBL Flip 6: Price
More Specifications

The JBL Flip has a new audio configuration compared to its older model, while retaining the same tubular design, it features dual passive radiators, a racetrack-shaped woofer, and a separate tweeter. The speaker has Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity. The Flip 6 comes with an IP67 rating for resistance to dust and water resistance. In contrast, the Flip 5 had Bluetooth v4.2 connectivity and an IPX7 waterproof rating. Compared to the JBL Flip 5, there is no change in the battery life, which is up to 12 hours as before. The JBL Flip will be available starting November 6 at for EUR 139 (approximately Rs 12,000). It comes in Dusty Pink, Gray Stone, River Teal, Fiesta Red, Ocean Blue, Midnight Black, Steel White, Forest Green or Squad color options. Its price in the US is $ 129.95 (about Rs 9,500).

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JBL PartyBox 110 and PartyBox 710: Price and Specifications

There are two new models in the JBL Partybox line of Bluetooth speakers. The PartyBox 110 and PartyBox 710 are claimed to offer a completely redesigned LightShow with more powerful sound, a new user interface and more robust connectivity options than their older models. Both the strobe light and the Figure of 8 light animation are equipped with the larger Partybox 710 offering a colored strobe light compared to the white strobe light of the Partybox 110. Apart from star lights and club lights, the PartyBox 710 also gets color projection lights. Lightshow can be synced with music on both devices. Both party speakers have USB and Bluetooth inputs and IPX4 ratings for water resistance. Users can plug their guitar and mic into the PartyBox. Both have support for controlling the party using the phone via the JBL Partybox app to switch tracks, customize lightshows, and more. The Partybox 710 has 800W RMS output, while the Partybox 110 has 160W RMS speaker output power. Users can link two PartyBox 110 speakers together for stereo sound output. The Partybox 710 features two 2.75-inch low distortion tweeters, two high-sensitive 8-inch excitation drivers and an improved bass reflex port. The company says it also gets a set of rugged wheels and handles, with only the handles in the smaller PartyBox 110. The JBL Partybox 710 will be available from October for 749 euros (approximately Rs 64,900) and the JBL Partybox 110 will now be available for 359 euros (approximately Rs 31,100). In the US, they are priced at $399.95 (approximately Rs 29,100) and $799.95 (approximately Rs 58,400) respectively.

[Attribution to NBT]

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