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New wireless Bluetooth Home speaker with support for Chromecast - Harman International Industries Incorporated, the premier connected technologies company for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, announced JBL Playlist, a wireless home speaker with Chromecast built-in and 96K/24 bit hi-resolution audio. With JBL Playlist, audiophiles can seamlessly listen to music by simply tapping the cast button from a favorite music service on their smartphone without any interruptions from phone calls or text messages. Additionally, multiple devices can be connected to the speaker at one time, giving everyone in the home a chance to play DJ.
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Comments: 0Monday, December 7th 2009 - 19:20 CET
Harman announces the availability of the JBL Creature 3, a stylishly updated version of the popular three-piece speaker system that originally landed on desktops in 2002. An ideal gift for the music lover, the gamer or the college student, the JBL Creature III’s refreshed design boasts a more streamlined, airy feel while staying true to its sci-fi roots. The JBL subwoofer is now more compact, making it an easy addition to any desk, dorm room or small living space. The new JBL Speakers features the legendary JBL sound quality combined with a funky, futuristic design. Available in black & white, these stylish JBL speakers also glow from the bottom, adding another dimension of geek chic to their eccentric look.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, June 3rd 2008 - 15:12 CEST
JBL announced the introduction of its JBL Control NOW indoor and JBL Control NOW AW outdoor loudspeakers for home, multiroom, architectural and additional applications. Both feature a unique quarter-round shape that provides unprecedented installation possibilities, and incorporate innovative technologies to deliver clear and evenly distributed sound.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 26th 2007 - 17:15 CEST
The JBL Reference headphone line has been available since last year’s IFA; two new models, the JBL Reference 420 and the JBL Reference 610, are now available. These new arrivals have the same features as their predecessors: first-class comfort, and high-quality audio reproduction for the ultimate in music-listening pleasure. The JBL Reference 420 headphones are perfect for traveling. They offer the usual crisp JBL sound, as well as plenty of bass. And although they weigh only 170g, they’re tough enough to withstand the hazards (vibrations, getting dropped) that come with traveling.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 22:00 CEST
It looks a little like a UFO, only smaller. Small enough to travel with you wherever you go. It’s the JBL On Tour XTB, a powerful loudspeaker system and mobile sound station capable of providing excellent sound while you’re on the go. It can also receive music via Bluetooth technology. Despite a diameter of only 15cm and a height of just under 7cm, the JBL On Tour XTB produces surprisingly powerful sound, thanks to its four Odyssey transducers and 8-watt digital amplifier with DSP (digital signal processing) equalization. Bass performance is also exceptional.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 21:00 CEST
Loudspeaker specialist JBL, Inc., presents the brand new GT5 loudspeaker series at the IFA 2007. The excitingly-styled GT5 loudspeakers are suitable for all price-conscious car audio fans who wish to upgrade their cars with genuine JBL sound, without costly installation. The new loudspeakers are of an easy-to-install design and are comparable even with significantly more expensive models in terms of sound. In addition to the sound quality, particular attention was given to an attractive design. But even in the inexpensive price segment, not only appearance counts for JBL.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 19:00 CEST
With the JBL On Stage II system, JBL set the standard for portable iPod docking stations. Now, the company is proud to introduce the JBL On Stage 3 portable. JBL On Stage 3 portable is compatible, using the supplied universal dock adaptors with all iPod models. The JBL On Stage 3 can be hooked up to other devices, such as digital-music and CD players, games consoles, notebooks and desktop PCs via the supplied 3.5mm mini-jack cable. The JBL On Stage 3 can also be powered by six AA batteries, enabling the compact, lightweight systems to provide crisp, powerful sound wherever you are - at home, in the office or while travelling.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 12:43 CEST
Many attempts have been made to design unusual but visually appealing desktop speakers. Unfortunately, the byproduct has often been poor sound. The JBL Spyro system is different - in both respects. Initially, its look is what catches the eye. The subwoofer is flanked by two flower-shaped speakers; all three are available in a white, black, teal or fuchsia. Now, the system is being offered in a vibrant orange, giving consumers even more of a choice when matching their taste or décor. Cloth-covered cables complete its high-quality look.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 12:36 CEST
The trailblazing new JBL On Call 5310 system allows MP3 tracks stored on the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic mobile phone to be played out loud, and enjoyed anywhere and at any time. And although it serves as a customized docking station for the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic (and simultaneously charges the phone battery during music playback), it’s also a powerful and portable loudspeaker system for other music sources.
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