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JBL launches new cheap Bluetooth speakers with significant changes

JBL is a reference when it comes to sound, and more specifically Bluetooth speakers. The brand has now renewed this line with three new models: JBL Go 3, Clip 4 and Xtreme 3.

The great highlight of these releases goes to the cheap models: the Go 3 and the Clip. These will cost 39.99 € and 59.99 € respectively. The Xtreme 3 will hit the market for 299 €.

JBL Go 3

This is the third version of what is JBL’s most economical and popular column. This comes with Pro Sound technology for vigorous basses, and promises an autonomy of up to 5 hours.

JBL Go 3

It has IP67 certification that protects it from water and dust, and already has Bluetooth 5.1. This new model charges via USB-C and will be available in black, blue, blue-pink, red, pink, green, troop-green and white.

JBL Clip 4

If you want a level up, Clip 4 is the model to buy. It promises vigorous lows, and the stop goes up to 10 hours of autonomy. It is also water and dust resistant, with IP67 certification.

JBL Clip 4

It has Bluetooth 5.1 and also charges via USB-C. Its clip allows it to be easily attached to any side, and will be available in black, blue, blue-pink, red, pink, green, troop-green and white.

JBL Xtreme 3

This new model promises immersive stereo sound, and will not leave anyone indifferent. It promises 15 hours of autonomy, and is also resistant to water and dust. As you would expect, it has Bluetooth 5.1 and charges via USB. It will be available in blue, black and army green.

JBL Xtreme 3

This more expensive model (299 €) hits the market in October, as does the JBL Go 3 (39.99 €). JBL Clip 4 (€ 59.99), on the other hand, lands on the market in November.

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