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JBL PartyBox Stage 320 and Club 120 keeps the party going with a hotswap battery system

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JBL has launched a new range of PartyBox speakers that can turn up the party in your home or at a more professional setup. All of the will come with plenty of features including splash resistance, plenty of power output, and even RGB lighting.

JBL PartyBox Stage 320

JBL PartyBox Stage 320
JBL PartyBox Stage 320

The JBL PartyBox Stage 320 sports two 6.5-inch woofers that promises clean, precise, and deep bass even at top volume. Handling the brighter notes are a pair of 25mm dome tweeters. With this combination, they claim that the Stage 320 can fill a space the size of a tennis court with music.

Since it’s designed to go outside, its battery promises up to 18 hours of use with a hotswap system so you don’t need to plug it in to an outlet whenever it needs charging. It also comes with a telescopic handle and wheels so it can be lugged around plus it’s IPX4 splashproof that allows it to resist drizzles.

It can be connected through Bluetooth 5.4 and 3.5mm audio jack, plus it has several inputs including microphone and guitar. There’s also a built-in algorithm that predicts loudspeaker movement and power response to push the driver to its best possible performance.

To improve the ambience of your party or event, the Stage 320 also comes with RGB lighting. Its effects can be set through software and features modes such as starry lights, light trails, and light effects, all of which can be synchronized to the music.

The JBL PartyBox Stage 320 is priced at PhP 34,999 in the Philippines. It can be had through JBL’s official website and authorized retailers nationwide.

JBL PartyBox Club 120

JBL PartyBox Club 120
JBL PartyBox Club 120

For something smaller with similar performance, the JBL PartyBox Club 120 can be the solution. Though its smaller and lighter than the Stage 320, the Club 120 promises dynamic sounds and deep bass with an output power for 160W.

Most of the features have carried over from its bigger brother. It can be played for up to 12 hours with a hotswap battery system. The speakers can be used outside even with light showers as it has IPX4 splashproof resistance. The RGB lighting also continues here to give you complete control of the mood.

The JBL PartyBox Club 120 is priced at PhP 21,999 in the Philippines and is now available through JBL’s official website and authorized retailers nationwide.

JBL PartyBox On-the-Go Essential

JBL PartyBox On the Go Essential
JBL PartyBox On the Go Essential

For an interactive party with your friends and family, the JBL PartyBox On-the-Go Essential might just be the answer. It can output 100W of power with Bass Boost so it can play any kind of genre that you might want. It includes a JBL Wireless microphone with a range of up to 10 meters so you can sing along with your favorite beats.

Much like other entries in the PartyBox lineup, the On-the-Go Essential is IPX4 splashproof rated, and RGB compatible with several patterns that can follow the music. It can hold a charge for up to 6 hours, but there’s no hotswap system this time.

The JBL PartyBox On-the-Go Essential can be had in the Philippines for PhP 21,999 via JBL’s official website and authorized retailers.

JBL, Speakers, Audio, JBL PartyBox Stage 320, JBL PartyBox Club 120, JBL PartyBox On-the-Go Essential,

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