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About Win Brand New JBL Partybox Speaker Giveaway
JBL Partybox Style
RGB Lights Yes
The JBL PartyBox 300 is a big, tall speaker made mostly of plastic, with a metal grille on the front to help protect the speakers. It has a very imposing design, and it’ll be noticed thanks to the circular RGB lights. This speaker can be placed either horizontally or vertically, as its tweeters adjust to stereo in both positions.
JBL Partybox Build Quality
This speaker has an acceptable build quality. It’s mostly made of plastic with a metal grille on the front side, and these materials make the speaker feel solid, durable, and well-built. However, this speaker isn’t water-resistant, so you need to be careful if you plan to use it outdoors or near water. If this is a priority, consider the JBL Boombox 2, which has an IPX7 rating for water resistance, although we don’t currently test for this.
JBL Partybox Sound Quality
The JBL PartyBox 300 is decent for music. It has a balanced mid-range and should reproduce vocals and lead instruments clearly. However, it’s lacking low-bass, and its recessed treble can make audio sound a bit dull. There’s no EQ to help you customize its sound, though there’s a Bass Boost feature.
JBL Partybox Portability
This speaker has sub-par portability. It’s very tall and heavy, which may be inconvenient if you plan to move the speaker frequently or use it in multiple locations. On the upside, it has a handle to make it easier to carry, and it doesn’t require a wired power source to work. If you wanted a more portable speaker for parties, check out the Bose S1 Pro System.
JBL Partybox Control
This speaker has middling controls. The buttons can be a little hard to press, but overall, the click is good. On the right, there are buttons for power, Bluetooth pairing, and RGB lighting. There are volume control and play/pause buttons on the left and the Bass Boost control. The lights above the power button indicate battery life. However, you can’t use the controls to skip tracks. You can connect an external microphone and guitar to the mic and guitar inputs on the speaker’s rear, and you can control their volumes using their dedicated volume knobs. If you want to add echo effects to your microphone, you can do so by pressing the speaker’s Bass Boost and + buttons to switch between its two echo levels and turn the echo off. Unfortunately, unlike the JBL PartyBox 310, this speaker doesn’t have a companion app you can use to access extra DJ effects
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