JBL Voyager Bluetooth Speaker System

Dec 31, 2013

Category: Tech

Like Jim Carrey doing drama or Michael Jordan nailing 3s, JBL is throwing a little versatility into its portable Bluetooth speaker game with the new Voyager, a combination portable speaker and subwoofer docking system. The main dock’s dual drivers and subwoofer promise to deliver big sound with a full range, and then you can undock the portable speaker out of the main system and go anywhere you want in your home or office.

JBL says you’ll get 5 hours of playtime when traveling with the Voyager, there’s aux-in input and USB ports to charge smartphones and tablets, and yes, you can take calls with the Voyager via speakerphone and SoundClear echo cancellation technology. Maybe call up MJ and see what the hell he’s doing these days. [Purchase]

JBL Voyager Bluetooth Speaker System 1

JBL Voyager Bluetooth Speaker System 2

JBL Voyager Bluetooth Speaker System 3

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