JBL Pulse Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

There’s no shortage of wireless Bluetooth speakers on the market, but that doesn’t mean we don’t welcome new offerings with open arms. The innovative audio team at JBL introduces their beautiful JBL Pulse.

Sure this thing provides wireless streaming capabilities from your favorite mobile devices (using both Bluetooth and NFC), but it’s the “pulse” like light show that really sets this thing apart. The contemporary designed speaker features a collection of colorful LED lights running across the body of the device. The programmable LEDs are ready to put on a light show, keeping in sync with your favorite songs. JBL has equipped the Pulse with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery good for 10 hours of music playback (5 with the light show), and includes two high performance drivers along with a built-in bass port. [Purchase]

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