Review JBL FLIP II: Catchy design, good sound quality make this wireless speaker standout
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Amazing wireless sound in a small, portable form factor—this will be your takeaway when you listen to music on the JBL Flip II. This is the latest wireless Bluetooth speaker from the American audio electronics company currently owned by Harman International. It's classy-looking, for a start. And it's fairly simple to pair it with a mobile phone, laptop or a tablet. The sound emitted is hugely impressive for its size and price. The speaker retails for Rs 8,990.
JBL was founded in 1946 by James Bullough Lansing. Their primary products are loudspeakers and associated electronics. There are two independent divisions within the company—JBL Consumer and JBL Professional. The former produces audio equipment for the home market while the latter produces
professional equipment for the studio, installed sound, tour sound, portable sound (production and DJ), and cinema markets.
Back to the Flip II. It is true that only full-fledged speaker systems are capable of emitting loud and rich, quality sound, but for sheer convenience nowadays, most people store their music collection in their personal devices such as a mobile phone, tablet or a laptop. Bluetooth speakers are in demand because they are affordable, easy-to-carry and have a heady mix of hardware and software to stream high quality sound from wireless phones and tablets.
Frankly, the Flip II is much better than other Bluetooth speakers in the same price range, having a big sound impact than most of the other similarly priced speakers I have played around within recent months. It performs very well, has a great build quality and decent battery life.
In tech parlance, the Flip II uses two drivers and a built-in bass port for powerful bass that adds dynamic depth to your listening experience along with crisp vocals all in a speaker that fits in your hand. And because sometimes your phone is for more than music, the Flip II has a built in microphones and SoundClear echo and noise cancellation technologies so you can
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