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[Deal Alert] Woot has a pair of JBL Control X Bluetooth speakers for $280 ($220 off)

Monday, November 20th, 2017

While not the most exciting deal for some, this is certainly an interesting one. Woot currently has a pair of brand new JBL Control X Bluetooth speakers for just $279.99, which is $220 off the MSRP. What makes this interesting is that, at time of writing, Woot seems to be the only place that is running this sale — other retailers are selling the pair for $500.

The Control X can be paired to another unit for stereo sound, and you can stream to them wirelessly or via the 3.5mm jack on either speaker.

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[Deal Alert] Woot has a pair of JBL Control X Bluetooth speakers for $280 ($220 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Pick up the JBL Charge 3 Bluetooth speaker for $90 ($60 off)

Sunday, November 19th, 2017

JBL is one of the better-known names in the Bluetooth speaker market, sporting not only a wide range of products, but also a large and mostly loyal following. Up for sale today is the Charge 3 for $89.95 (or $89.99 at Best Buy), a savings of $60.

The Charge 3 is a water-resistant (IPX7), portable, and cylindrical speaker with a frequency range of 65Hz to 20KHz, a 6,000mAh LiPo battery (which is touted to last 20 hours), a microphone for taking calls, and support for JBL Connect.

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[Deal Alert] Pick up the JBL Charge 3 Bluetooth speaker for $90 ($60 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

JBL Everest Elite 750NC review: A very compelling set of noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones

Friday, October 27th, 2017

Noise cancelling headphones rank high on my list of essential items to bring on a flight. By dampening the sounds of crying kids, chatty passengers, and the dull throbbing roar of the jet engines, NC headphones can transform a miserable travel experience into a tolerable one.

The headphones pictured above are the JBL Everest Elite 750NC, and I'm pretty impressed with them. With an MSRP of $299 and a current street price of $229 they aren't cheap, but they deliver in the critical areas of noise cancellation, comfort, and sound quality, which helps to justify their lofty price.

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JBL Everest Elite 750NC review: A very compelling set of noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] JBL’s Everest Elite 300 noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones are Amazon’s deal of the day at $109.99 ($70 off)

Sunday, October 22nd, 2017

Since Google's new Pixel 2s have Bluetooth battery indicators, it's probably time for you to invest in a pair of Bluetooth headphones. Just to see what that indicator looks like, of course. Not because $119.99 is a great deal for some active noise-canceling, on-ear Bluetooth headphones with up to 10 hours of battery life. Honest. 

These particular headphones are Amazon's deal of the day, so you'll want to act fast.

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[Deal Alert] JBL's Everest Elite 300 noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones are Amazon's deal of the day at $109.99 ($70 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

JBL Playlist review: JBL’s impressive sound with Chromecast built-in

Saturday, October 14th, 2017

When JBL announced the Playlist more than a year ago, I was immediately smitten. I had heard nothing but good things about JBL's speakers, I had even quickly sampled the Xtreme and Charge 3 at a local store and barely managed to walk away without throwing my money at the salesperson. So the idea of that sound with Chromecast built-in was, to say the least, enticing.

Fast forward months of delays where the speaker was nowhere to be found and only available for pre-order in the UK (and maybe some other European countries) and I could have forgotten about the Playlist...

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JBL Playlist review: JBL's impressive sound with Chromecast built-in was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] JBL’s colorful Pulse 3 speaker is $180 at various retailers ($20 off)

Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

JBL is a strong name in the Bluetooth speaker market, especially when you consider that you can go to Walmart or Target and grab one to suit your budget and needs. One of the most eye-catching models is the colorful Pulse 3 and right now, you can grab one for $179.99 from Best Buy, B&H, Crutchfield, JBL, and Amazon (third-party seller). That's $20 in savings.

With twelve hours of battery life, IPX7 water-resistance, and synchronized lighting, the Pulse 3 can go with you almost anywhere.

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[Deal Alert] JBL's colorful Pulse 3 speaker is $180 at various retailers ($20 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

JBL announces speakers with Google Assistant, a boombox, cord-free earbuds, and more

Friday, September 1st, 2017

It seems like every single tech company has made at least one announcement at IFA in Berlin, and JBL is no exception. The company announced a ton of new products at IFA, including Google Assistant-powered speakers, fully wireless earbuds, a boombox that lasts for 24 hours, and more.

JBL Link

Perhaps the most interesting announcement, at least to readers of Android Police, is probably the JBL Link series (pictured at the top of this post).

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JBL announces speakers with Google Assistant, a boombox, cord-free earbuds, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless review: Improved in every way except price

Monday, July 17th, 2017

Since my introduction to the brand a couple of years ago, V-Moda has quickly become one of my favorite audio companies. Solid sound and performance, paired with impeccable build quality and distinctive styling make the company's products easy to like and recommend. I thoroughly enjoyed the Crossfade wireless headphones when I reviewed them a year ago, and though I had a few small issues with the headphones, I was impressed overall.

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V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless review: Improved in every way except price was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Under Armour Sport Wireless Heart Rate review: Nice Bluetooth earphones that cost too much

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

I have a love-hate relationship with Bluetooth, especially headsets. As a regular gym-goer, I like the convenience that they offer, which by-and-large outpaces wired earbuds. However, most are not as reliable, lose connection, and don't have the best sound quality. Despite all of this, I see more Bluetooth sound devices these days than wired ones. The neckband style especially (think Powerbeats) is gaining in popularity — they're all over the gyms, hiking/mountain biking trails, and sidewalks.

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Under Armour Sport Wireless Heart Rate review: Nice Bluetooth earphones that cost too much was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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