Companies building micro-sized Bluetooth speakers need to ensure harmony (pun unintended) between audio, portability, and design. This is a tough process to do this but we’ve seen some genuinely competent goods from Logitech and Harman recently. Sporting circular models, both, the Logitech X100 and Harman’s JBL Clip had good audio quality as well.

The JBL Get is Harman’s most current micro-sized Bluetooth speaker was announced at CES this season and managed to get to Indian shores in February. We surely got to spend time with it and discover if it’s worth the money, despite the fact that its price is fairly low.

Design and specifications
We’ve always liked the look of Harman’s goods, and the JBL Go is normally no different. It might not exactly possess the flair of Crimson Dot award winners including the E40BT headphones or the Clip, however the JBL Go’s minimalistic boxy design and style is enjoyable in its way. We acquired the blue variant for analysis however the JBL Go can be available in seven various other colours: black, reddish colored, orange, pink, grey, blue, yellowish and teal. The measurements of 82.50 x 29.95 x 67.91mm mean it’ll even fit in the trouser pocket, although weight of 222g is on the bigger side.

Harman offers used the same top quality materials on your body of the JBL Head out since it does on it has the other goods. The tough plastic includes a rubber finish on all edges and the trunk. The front involves a perforated grille by which the sound emanates. The most notable edge houses the handles for power, Bluetooth, quantity up, quantity down, and speakerphone. The markings happen to be of the same color as your body and as will be result they aren’t noticeable at night. Thankfully, they are somewhat raised so that it is simple to feel for them rather.

The 3.5mm insight jack, Micro-USB interface and microphone are on the proper edge. There will be two unusually large holes for a lanyard to loop through on the remaining. It would have already been fine if Harman got included a lanyard cable connection in the container. There happen to be JBL emblem in bold orange lettering on leading and rear.

The JBL Go includes a single 40mm driver that may operate in a frequency selection of 180Hz to 20KHz, this means it cannot achieve actually low-frequency sub-bass sounds. We’ll check how this influences performance within the next section. Pairing the loudspeaker to any product using Bluetooth is normally a simple process. The JBL Proceed can hold to the interconnection at distances as high as 3m when there is no obstruction among.

Seeing as predicted, Jai Paul’s Jasmine sounded hollow and empty because of having less sub-bass sounds. If you’re going to pay attention to brand-new wave EDM artists like Jai Paul and Nicolas Jaar then you can certainly securely avoid the JBL Proceed because they rely extensively on low thumps.

Having said that, this is only problem we confronted with the effectiveness of the JBL Move. Firstly, it could get really noisy for a loudspeaker of its size. Inside our testing it were able to easily fill a 200 sq.ft. room with capacity to spare. On top of that, the mids, highs and the bass looks above 180Hz happen to be well thorough. We played Avicii’s THE NIGHT TIME and the thump in bass was evidently audible.

One song that a lot of speakers this size cannot reproduce properly is Conduct I Wanna Be aware of by the Arctic Monkeys, especially in the ultimate portion of the song in which a lot of instruments are actually layered together. Nevertheless, the JBL Go does a fairly decent task of separating looks and all of the instruments were evidently audible. Bernhoft’s C’mon Speak to Me is a wonderful song to check on for mid-array and treble efficiency with thanks to the utilization of vocals, percussion and hi-hats, which are layered along with the other person as the tune progresses. The JBL Get really surprised us using its tight mid-spectrum sound whenever we played this song.

If you prefer a Bluetooth speaker to improve your laptop’s audio, the JBL Go may be the best bet. The nice mid-range response means that dialogue in films is evidently audible. Even hence, like the majority of Bluetooth speakers, it fires simply from one part and one cannot be prepared to hear a multidimensional audio. The JBL Choose can previous at least 5 time about the same charge, which isn’t great nonetheless it should suffice for some practical purposes.

The JBL Go premiered at the official price of Rs. 2,990 nonetheless it is now designed for around Rs. 1,700 on a few e-commerce websites. This sets it straight in competition with the JBL Clip and the Logitech X100 – two other wonderful alternatives in the same cost range. The overall sound top quality of the JBL Get is certainly much better than the Clip but we nonetheless believe the Logitech X100 may be the best-sounding lightweight Bluetooth loudspeaker of the lot.