The JBL Go is a very portable wireless Bluetooth speaker aimed at the budget segment.
JBL get what you’re looking for a decent Bluetooth speaker that can carry around anywhere without problems is a good buy. However, do not mind losing a little bit out of the portability section if you want better audio quality, and even more, then do not mind spending a look charge or JBL JBL Flip II.
- Very portable
- Looks good
- Well built
- Great battery life
- Loud, decent audio quality
- Bass output is lacking
- Short Bluetooth range
- Audio distorts at high volume
JBL Go: Detailed Review
Bluetooth speakers tend to live in the house today and you can take with you into the portable types. The former type of powerful audio performance, offer a compromise on this aspect, but while the latter make up for it with their portability. JBL comes in her category and I have seen so far is mild and last one of the smallest Bluetooth speakers.
But portability is the only thing that JBL go in the corner?
Bluetooth version: 4.1
Support: A2DP V1.2, AVRCP V1.4, HFP V1.6, HSP V1.2
Driver: 1 x 40mm
Output power: 3.0W
Frequency response: 180Hz – 20kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio: ≥80dB
Battery type: Lithium-ion polymer (3.7V, 600mAh)
Dimensions (H x W x D): 68.3 x 82.7 x 30.8 (mm)
JBL gets a block size Bluetooth speaker that resembles an oversized matchbox. It is very light at 130 grams and is small enough to fit in most handbags. The review unit was bright orange color and is available in blue, black, pink, red, light blue, yellow and gray. I liked the look of the way and grabs attention in the best way possible this design. Paint the front of the speaker, while the rest is covered in plastic with a smooth rubberized finish body is a plastic grill with company logo. Receiving the right side USB port and 3.5mm mic power, Bluetooth, volume and call buttons while with a pinhole. A lanyard loop to keep the speaker at the left rear of the JBL logo is also painted on it.
Overall, the design of the JBL Go is a good mix of the functional and the aesthetic.
Given its size, but not to a degree where I go JBL audio was surprised by the efficiency it will be able to compete against larger, more expensive speaker. JBL get reasonably loud and output the maximum volume level up to 60-70% acerca without distortion. In addition, there is audible crackling.
Go with treble and highs depending on the types of music that is most comfortable. When it comes to acoustic rock songs or tracks without too many tools, be very impressive. Conversely, if the bass species, and quite frankly, you EDM a lot or club music in your playlist, comes to depend on you to get the fuck not the best Go disappoint.
The battery life is very good and although the company claims that it constantly play back is trusted to provide about five hours, was trusted to eke 10 and a half hours. Although the range is not so great. Without direct line of sight, stopped playing at about 81 feet speaker source smartphone. This means you can count on only to play music without problems when your smartphone is in a room in the same room or remotely and long distances.
JBL gets money currently available. 1,999. Is it a good buy if you are looking for a decent Bluetooth speaker that can carry around anywhere without problems. However, do not mind losing a little bit out of the portability section if you want better audio quality, and even more, then do not mind spending a look charge or JBL JBL Flip II.
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