The NFL announced today that it will sell a range of JBL and Kardon speakers in its stadiums and stadiums across the country.
These products, which are sold under the brand names “xtreme”, “blues”, and “blazers”, will feature JBL’s “exclusive audio enhancement technologies” for the 2018 season.
The new JBLs and Kardsons will be available exclusively at the NFL’s home games.
These new JBl and Kardons will also include the company’s “extended durability” and “continuous tone control”.
The “blued” and the “blazer” models will also come with the company “enhanced durability”, “continual tone control” and a “lens system”.
The new “blue” models, which will be released on September 5, will feature the company brand name “Blues”.
These “bluez” models also include “enhancement” technology for “continually tone control”, but no additional audio enhancement.
The JBL bluetooth speakers will also be available in select sports stadiums, with the team using them in select home and away games.
The JBL xtres speaker will be used in all NFL home and home away games, but not in games at the Super Bowl.
The NFL has previously announced plans to sell JBL speakers in the United States.
The company’s initial plan was to sell the speaker at the Philadelphia Eagles home opener, but that plan was scrapped after the company decided to launch a worldwide rollout.
JBL had previously said it was working on a more limited distribution strategy.
The announcement is a significant win for JBL, which has struggled to compete with some of the other premium speakers in this year’s NFL.
Its xtreem speakers have been a hit with fans in the NFL, but the company also struggled to make enough of them in volume to compete in the league.
The company’s xtretem speaker range has made up less than 1% of the NFLs total revenues in the last two years.