JBL Introduces Next-Gen Sound and Connectivity in its Latest Portable Speakers

jbl new portable speakers CES 2024

JBL has announced a major upgrade to its well-loved portable speaker lineup, including the JBL Xtreme 4, JBL Clip 5, and JBL Go 4. These new models are notable for incorporating Auracast™ technology, which offers unprecedented multi-speaker connectivity, allowing for a more immersive audio experience.

Sustainable Design Meets Superior Sound

the new JBL Xtreme 4, JBL Clip 5, and JBL Go 4 at CES 2024

In a significant step towards sustainability, JBL has integrated post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials into these latest speakers. The JBL Xtreme 4 and JBL Clip 5 are composed of 70% PCR materials, while the JBL Go 4 boasts 80% PCR plastic. Additionally, all three models feature speaker grilles made entirely from PCR fabric. These efforts are part of JBL’s commitment to combining environmental consciousness with audio innovation.

The speakers, available in a variety of stylish colorways, are packed with new features that enhance the listening experience. The JBL Xtreme 4, for instance, now includes AI Sound Boost technology, which uses an AI algorithm to analyze audio in real-time, optimizing the acoustic output for a more dynamic and less distorted sound.

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Enhanced Features for Every Lifestyle

The JBL Xtreme 4 at CES 2024

The JBL Xtreme 4 continues to impress with its large battery capacity, offering up to 24 hours of playtime and a power bank function for charging devices on the go. Its battery is also replaceable, prolonging the speaker’s lifespan.

the new jbl clic 4 2024

The JBL Clip 5 has been redesigned for greater portability, featuring a larger carabiner for easy attachment to bags or belts. Its enhanced driver power ensures consistent bass and sound quality at all volumes, making it an ideal travel companion with up to 12 hours of playtime.

JBL's smallest portable, the JBL Go 4

JBL’s smallest portable, the JBL Go 4, surprises with robust sound and punchier bass. Its updated design includes a wider, more durable strap, making it more comfortable to carry. With up to 7 hours of playtime, the JBL Go 4 is perfect for on-the-go listening.

“We’re proud of our portable audio lineup, and now, with sustainable materials, we’ve added another reason to celebrate,” said Carsten Olesen, President of Consumer Audio at HARMAN. “JBL now offers premium sound, stylish design, and eco-friendly products in one package.”

Availability and Pricing

The new speakers will be available on JBL.com, with the JBL Xtreme 4 priced at €349.99 (available in March), the JBL Clip 5 at €69.99 (available in May), and the JBL Go 4 at €49.99 (available in April 2024). Packaging for all models will use FSC-certified paper and soy ink.

The JBL Clip 5 and JBL Go 4 will come in Camo, Red, Purple, Gray, Blue, and Black, while the JBL Xtreme 4 will be available in Blue, Camo, and Black.

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