JBL takes pleasure in providing the best listening experience, and this JBL party box 200 is no different. The JBL party box 200 has some of the best features JBL has to offer, and we love it.
On Amazon, this JBL party box 200 is currently going for $379.95, which is quite expensive. In this JBL partybox 200 review, we will study the speaker in detail and see if it’s worth so much money.
- Dimensions – 310 x 320 x 690 mm
- Weight – 15.32 kg
- Total output – 240W
- Speaker power – 240W
- Frequency response – 45Hz – 20kHz
- Drivers – 2 x 6.5″ / 165.1 mm Woofers
3 x 2.25″ / 57.15 mm Tweeters
- Signal to Noise Ratio – 65 dB
- Impedance – 4 Ohms
- Bluetooth – 4.2
- Transmitter Power – 8 dBm
- Wireless Range – 33′ / 10.1 m
- Inputs – 1 x Stereo 2RCA (Audio)
1 x 1/8″ / 3.5 mm Stereo (Audio)
2 x 1/4″ TS (Audio)
1 x USB Type-A (Audio)
- Outputs – 1 x 2RCA Stereo (Audio)
- USB Power Output – 5 VDC at 2.1 A
- AC Input Power – 100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
- DC Input Power – 12 VDC at 8 A
- Power Consumption – <2 W
The design of this JBL party box 200 speaker is impressive. The two woofers and three tweeters deliver intense power that lets you get the party going anywhere. It also has a car adapter that you can use anywhere.
Since the unit is a little heavy, the JBL party box 200 has two carry handles on it that allow you to carry it around effortlessly.
The connectivity options on this JBL partybox 200 are impressive. The speaker allows you to connect your smartphone or any other device via Bluetooth or the USB port at the back, where you can connect manually. You can also connect your CD player through the RCA input, making your speaker sound like a vinyl player. I love this.
It is disappointing that this JBL party box 200 does not have a built-in microphone; however, it does have two ¼’’ jacks where you can manually plug in a microphone, a guitar, or any other instrument you choose.
As most JBL Bluetooth speakers are common, this partybox also has a light show. It has three modes; meter, pulse, and party mode. You can set the brightness level using the pulse mode, while meter mode displays an automated light show based on the music you’re playing. If you want the song’s beats to sync with the light show, you set the speaker to party mode.
Portability has never been an issue with JBL; this JBL portable speaker has its best. It comes with a 12V adapter which, once you connect to the DC power port at the back of the speaker, you can plug it in almost anywhere and enjoy your music.
Another impressive feature of this JBL partybox 200 is its True Wireless Stereo output which allows you to connect your speaker to another and amplify your listening experience. The fact that you do not have to use wires which you can easily trip over is what I find truly friendly on this JBL big speakerThis Bluetooth portable speaker does not disappoint when it comes to sound quality. It has a bass boost function that provides a solid low end, while the tonal accuracy of the speaker system produces a well-balanced sound.
- Has a great sound quality
- It’s portable
- Has an entertaining light show
- Does not have a built-in microphone.
JBL partybox 200 vs. 300
|JBL Partybox 200||JBL Partybox 300|
|Weight||540.4 oz||558.74 oz|
|Wireless Range||33.13 ft||33.0 ft|
- They have the same power output (120W)
- Their frequency response is equal (45Hz – 18kHz)
- Their signal-to-noise ratio is the same (65dB)
- They do not have a built-in microphone
- Both use Bluetooth 4.1
- Their transmitter power is the same (8 dBm)
This party box speaker is one of the best speakers JBL has ever made, and even though it is a bit costly, I believe the features you get on this Jbl party box 200 are worth it.
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