The Boombox speaker is massive, powerful, expensive and has a huge battery that will hold much more than any other model
The JBL brand from Harman (which acquired the original JBL company in the 1990s and is itself under the Empire of סמסונג After the big purchase deal that landed a few months ago), it is one of the most powerful and popular in the field of portable wireless speakers, with a number of product series that have accompanied us for several years and in several incarnations - but that does not mean there is no room for further innovations. A binding name for Boombox, just like the nickname of those analog speakers Mobile And large dimensions that were popular somewhere in the eighties and nineties.
The new model is similar in overall design to the company's Charge speaker, but includes the addition of a handle at the top that will probably be very useful in this case - given that it is a massive speaker weighing no less than 5.2 kilograms, designed to be placed on the floor or center of the room And provide maximum high-volume audio to a relatively large audience.
The massive dimensions also allow the JBL Boombox to accommodate battery Is loaded with extra generous capacity of 20,000MAH, which is supposed to suffice for its 24 hours of non-stop music playing, as well as charging for smartphones and other devices that can receive energy from a connection USB standard. As already written in the title - this is probably the most suitable speaker for long trips that the company has in its arsenal.
The Boombox will be resistant to various shocks and water-resistant, and can be bonded to speakers Others from home JBL In order to play the same music when needed. Beyond the considerable weight, the price will also definitely be - 400 British pounds, which is almost 1,900 NIS.
The Boombox will be officially displayed, along with countless other interesting gadgets,IFA In Berlin that will start at the end of the month - and will hit store shelves some time later. Will he be able to justify his premium cost? It will probably already depend a lot on your approach to listening to music with friends - but the concept is definitely interesting.