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If the saying, “Small but terrible,” is a speaker, it may well look like JBL Go 3.

The new version of the bestselling JBL Go speaker comes in the familiar pocket-sized format, but packs a punch in audio performance. Now it’s even more handy and portable, thanks to its upgraded look: rounded edges, a mesh outer cover for added waterproof and dustproof protection, and a built-in strap-hook so anyone can easily bring it anywhere. It also has 12 colorways to choose from.

This rechargeable speaker provides three to five hours of uninterrupted playtime and wireless Bluetooth streaming on a single charge, too. That’s Folklore by Taylor Swift or Blonded by Frank Ocean played five times over.

JBL Go 3 is set to be available online and in-stores by mid-November, along with the many newly-released home audio and personal audio offerings from the brand including the following: JBL PartyBox On-the-Go, a “powerful, bass-heavy party speaker with easy plug-and-play guitar input plus an illuminated DJ launchpad with built-in sound effects;” JBL PartyBox 310, which is similar to On-the-Go, only bigger and with wheels for easier transport; JBL Xtreme 3, which has been upgraded to have “four improved drivers plus tow JBL Bass Radiators that provide sleek yet powerful sound;” JBL Boombox 2, the brand’s “own take on a symbol of music from the past” and is “reminiscent of cassette tape-bearing portable music players with futuristic design” while providing powerful sound and monstrous bass; JBL Club Series, a line of headphones inspired by touring musicians and offers adaptive noise cancellation, Google Assistant Services, as well as Personi-Fi technology that “allow users to customize and calibrate the headphones based on preferences.”

JBL Go 3 retails for P2,399.

For more details and updates on the new JBL releases, visit JBL Philippines on Facebook and Instagram.

Featured image by Ariana Maralit


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