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JBL announced news from its line of sound devices at CES 2023. One of the main highlights is the Endurance Peak 3, new wireless headphone that promises to deliver the highest resistance among the category. With a robust battery and features to ensure greater immersion, the pair of gadgets will arrive in February.
JBL Endurance Peak 3 (Image: Disclosure / JBL)
First, it is worth noting that the new headphones from the American company will come with IP68 certification. This means that he will have maximum protection against water and dust. The company claims that the gadgets resist fresh or salt water for 30 minutes of active use.
Therefore, the main focus of Endurance Peak 3 ends up being people who practice physical exercises with great frequency. Speaking of which, the Ambient Aware feature allows for greater immersion during activities, both at the gym and elsewhere. Another interesting tool is TalkThru, which promises to facilitate conversations over the phone.
In addition, the internal battery should last for 50 hours, but make no mistake, it will be 10 hours in the headphones + 40 hours in the case.
According to the company’s statement, the headphone uses a 10 mm dynamic driver and four microphones for calls. The headphones will be released on February 19th and will cost BRL 849.00.
JBL Endurance Peak 3 case (Image: Disclosure / JBL) Company offers five new soundbar options
The American brand decided that it needed to announce five new models of its soundbar line at CES 2023. With that, the JBL Bar was presented in versions 1300X, 1000, 700, 500 and 300. Of course, each one brings its own characteristics and serves for different types of people.
Starting with the most powerful (and most expensive), the 1300X will have DTS:X 3D surround sound, 6 upward-facing drivers, a 12-inch subwoofer and a 12-inch subwoofer. wireless and 15-channel Dolby Atmo. It will cost as little as $1,699.95 and will launch in February.
Just below is the JBL Bar 1000. Its difference to the top of the line is the number of drivers (4), a smaller subwoofer (10 in. wireless) and 7.1.4 channels of surround audio. In Brazil,
it has already been homologated by Anatel and can be found from R$ 7,999.
The other options are cheaper and offer less than the main two. For example, none of them deliver DTS:X 3D surround sound, but they have the same quality subwoofer as the 1000 model.
JBL Bar 500 received approval in Brazil. However, both the 700 and 300 versions will not arrive for Brazilians.
JBL Bar 1300X (Image: Disclosure / JBL) Portable speakers bet on ecology
In closing, JBL announced that it has decided to go down a greener path with two models of portable speakers. not just the
JBL Go 3 Ecobut also the JBL Clip 4 Eco will be an alternative for those who want to enjoy music without harming the environment. Both versions have eco-friendly packaging. 90% of the mechanical structure is made from recycled plastic, while the speaker casing is 100% made from recycled fabric.
The Go 3 Eco was made to fit in your pocket, being the “most compact in the category” option, according to the American brand. It has five hours of playback and is IP67 certified, which guarantees protection from dust and water.
The Clip 4 Eco promises about 10 hours of audio before requiring a recharge. Its protection is the same as the previous model. Both make use of Bluetooth 5.1.
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