As smartphones and tablets are increasingly equipped with more and more music storing capabilities, users are looking to enhance their listening experience with new and state of the art products. Obviously, speakers play an important role in enhancing the music listening experience.
Realizing this, HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated, has introduced three new, ultra-portable JBL speakers created for superior on-the-go music enjoyment from a smartphone or tablet.
Working with virtually any music-playing gadget, including the Apple iPad, iPhone (News - Alert) or iPod touch as well as Android smartphones or tablets and BlackBerry or Windows Mobile phones, the three ultra-portable JBL speakers are priced from $39 to $99. Suited for business travel, dorm rooms or a second bedroom, the compact speakers – the JBL Flip (right), JBL Micro Wireless and JBL Micro II – easily fit into a backpack or back pocket.
“These ultra-portable JBL speakers were designed specifically for the on-the-go music lover who wants a quality audio performance with portability – a desirable feature set that JBL, thanks to its pioneering role in audio development, is uniquely positioned to deliver,” said Sachin Lawande, executive vice president of HARMAN and co-president of HARMAN Lifestyle and Infotainment.
Adding, “We are providing technically sophisticated speakers with high-performance drivers and built-in bass ports in small packages so music fans will hear the truth. The sound is very impressive.”
Recently, the company partnered with Nokia to develop wireless consumer audio technologies for the Nokia (News - Alert) Lumia range. Nokia and Harman's JBL brand will jointly develop and co-brand the line of products which will consist of various speakers offering room-filling acoustics design.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman