CES 2024 – JBL wants to make you dance with its two new PartyBox speakers

At CES, JBL unveiled not one, but two new speakers that join the ranks of the festive PartyBoxes. Far from being refined and subtle, the new PartyBox Club 120 and Stage 320 are designed to provide sound for wild evenings and concerts until the end of the night. A trademark of the PartyBox range, both models feature light effects that can flash to the rhythm of the music.

Portable speakers to take the party everywhere with you

A portable speaker above all else, the Club 120 and the Stage 320 run on battery: the first promises a battery life of 12 hours while the second raises the cursor to 18 hours. In both cases, the battery is easily replaceable and can therefore be changed if it runs out of charge or if a malfunction occurs.

Both have a telescopic handle for easy transport. The largest model, the PartyBox Stage 320, also has small casters. They are also resistant to light splashes of water (IPX4 certified), which protects it from a possible light rain or from an accidentally spilled glass.

Like the new Xtreme 4, Clip 5 and Go 4, both PartyBoxes are Bluetooth 5.3 compatible and support Auracast for multi-speaker audio sharing. AI sound Boost is also included. As a reminder, this ensures that the sound quality does not deteriorate as the volume increases. Both speakers are equipped with a pair of tweeters and a pair of mid/bass drivers. The total power of the largest model is announced at 240 W.

Each has two microphone inputs on its back and an input for connecting a guitar. JBL is also launching a microphone alongside these PartyBoxes to liven up your karaoke evenings.

The PartyBox Club 120, PartyBox Stage 320 and the PartyBox micro will be released next April at respective prices of €400, €600, €130.

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