Speaker type: Portable | Number of Speakers: 1 | Power Requirements: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included) | Built-In Amplifier Power: 15W | Frequency Response: 150Hz - 20kHz
Speaker type: Portable | Number of Speakers: 1 | Power Requirements: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included) | Built-In Amplifier Power: 15W | Frequency Response: 150Hz - 20kHzLess
Admittedly, the price is a bit steep for an entry-level Bluetooth speaker. If you're really on a tight budget, but you don't want to miss out on features like water resistance and full sound delivery, check out the $59 (£49, AU$69) Creative Muvo Mini. Just know that you'll be missing out on the rattling bass capabilities of the Charge 2+.
Is this a worthy upgrade for those who already own the Charge 2? I say, no. In fact, I'm a little disappointed that so little has changed since last year's model. Nevertheless, if you're in the market for a Bluetooth speaker that sounds bette... Full review
If you are looking to get a portable speaker to simultaneously serve your music listening and backup charging needs, look no further than the Charge 2. With its very useful and super quick gadget charging functionality, great battery life, solid build quality (albeit lacking water-resistant durability) and rich bassy sound quality – the Charge 2 is worth the price of admission at $150. But how convenient exactly is having to carry a speaker and one of your charging cables in case you need to recharge your smartphone along the way will have to be left for you to decide. The fact that t... Full review
Charge 2 is certainly an improvement on Charge, but our editors wrestled with whether it was truly better enough to merit a higher rating. On the plus side, we preferred the industrial design by a wide margin, appreciated the bass improvements, and liked the fine-tuning of the controls and indicator lights. But we weren’t sonically thrilled by Charge 2 for the $150 asking price — both as a speaker and as a speakerphone, it’s in the “good, not great” camp, taking only small steps beyond the original model. The omission of Charge’s carrying case was also a... Full review
The JBL Charge 2 could easily be the absolute top model in the whole range of portable Bluetooth speakers. In my opinion it easily bests the Bose Soundlink Mini in overall sound quality with a much smoother and more natural sound, but still enough punch to the bass to really make music satisfying. It sounds better than most bigger models, although it won't play as loud. JBL could have tried to tease out a bit more power of the speaker to really stand out from the crowd of competing speakers, but a Soundlink Mini can play just as loud, similarly priced but slightly bigger models like the Sou... Full review
823 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the JBL Charge 2. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.4 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.
61 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the JBL Charge 2. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.6 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.
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