JBL has just released the second in a series of waterproof speakers to arrive from its line-up of waterproof sound bars, and they are all fantastic.
If you want a speaker with good sound but not much else, you’ll want to look elsewhere.
These speakers are all excellent, but not the best in terms of sound quality.
JBL, for example, does not really impress us in terms the audio quality, with the bass, treble and mid-range being noticeably weaker than the average speaker.
In our review, we found that JBL’s range of speakers are not really that impressive.
They are all sub-standard, to say the least.
This is particularly disappointing given the price tag, which ranges from £399 to £599.
That is quite an steep price to pay for such a quality product.
The JBL Waterproof Sound Bar, reviewed, is a great product for those who are looking for a solid, affordable, and well-made waterproof speaker.
The speaker is priced very competitively, which should please some audiophiles.
We did notice some minor differences in sound, but that could be a result of the speakers using different speaker cones, which could lead to some slight differences in how well the speakers reproduce sound.
There is no denying that the JBLs speakers are among the best on the market.
If you want to get a pair for under £400, then this is a very good product.
It is definitely worth considering.
Read our full review of JBL Sound Bars