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JBL Pulse Wireless Speaker review of light show

Before you ask why on earth we are looking at a product that is 11 months months old, the simple answer is that the JBL Pulse Wireless Speaker is still as popular as ever thanks to its gimmicky light show, and so would make an excellent gift. It reminds us of a lava lamp, although it is done with LEDs and sound rather than wax and heat. JBL likes to stand out and do things different when compared to the likes of BOSE, and they have certainly done that with the this wireless speaker.

If you are looking for a JBL Pulse Wireless Speaker review of what can only be described as a musical light show, then 7:46 video below will be just what you are looking for. You first get to learn what comes in the box, and then into the review itself.

JBL Pulse Wireless Speaker review

We can understand why some people will make fun of you for buying the JBL Pulse Wireless Speaker, as it does look like a gimmick, but once you pair it to your device and start to play music they will feel stunned because the sound will fill the room. It will not take long for you to get in the groove if you have this speaker on in a dark room, it will feel like your own little night club going n.

JBL Pulse Wireless Speaker

Main specs – 2 x 6W, 64 with 5 pre-programmed light patterns, two high-performance drivers and built-in bass, built-in audio and visual experience with programmable LED lights, Wwreless Bluetooth stereo streaming with NFC, rechargeable Li-ion battery for 10 hours of use and so much more, all of which can be viewed on the official JBL page.

The current JBL Pulse Wireless Speaker market value is between $200-250, although we expect that price will fall as we move closer to the holiday season.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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