Today we are going to review one of the best speakers of JBL, its name is JBL Xtreme. Among the JBL speakers, this JBL Xtreme is also a powerful speaker.
Sound quality, battery performance, and splashproof design are all the same to you in terms of Xtreme HD IPTV price.
- Build stylish.
- 10,000 mAh battery.
- Splash proof.
- Booming voice.
- It is difficult to reach the ports
JBL Xtreme lives up to its name in many ways and its design is one of them. The 4.6-pound build of the speaker makes it Kinner compared to more suitable options, but it wears its weight well. This cylindrical boom box is wrapped in a soft, uniform mesh fabric that echoes the more playful look of the UO boom.
Its edges are covered with soft rubber to give the Extreme some resistance from the dings, which I want the Infinity One to have. Its dual bass radiators take up the spacious center stage here with sleek, spiral etching and subtle brand placement. At the top of the speaker, JBL attaches rough, brushed metal hooks that attach to the strap. It adds versatility, making it easy for the speaker to loop over your shoulder or hang from a tree branch for outdoor collection during a walk.
The buttons on top of it cover a simple list of functions found on modern Bluetooth speakers, with little surprise in the mix. This tube-shaped speaker has a JBL Connect that allows you to connect wirelessly with other JBL Extreme. This is unique, but very useless if you are not in your plan to buy more than one of these price speakers.
You can press the Bluetooth button to attach a new phone, tablet, or computer for a few seconds. Next is the volume button. No wonder here. The play button on the right side of the panel has some useful functions. Pressing the music while cranking will stop playback. Press twice to skip songs, three times to go backward in song selection. These additional commands are small but not welcome on any Bluetooth speaker.
On its back, the JBL Xtreme hides its ports behind a zip-safe compartment. When unzipped, you can get a glimpse at the 3.5mm port, which allows you to plug in music from an external source, as well as two USB ports for charging your portable devices. There is also a power jack where you can plug the power brick. And although the zipper is tidy and a novel way to keep things inside, I found that it came at the expense of a cumbersome port access. With less effort, plugging is a constant struggle.
With a name like Xtreme, we hope it offers its performance and thankfully it does. This speaker has the super-loud playback capability you would expect from its size, perfect for pumping large space or outdoor tunes. However, you do not want to play high volume music if the sound is not equal.
Audio-based audio performance runs on the Harmon gene and, like the Infinity One, the JBL Xtreme looks amazing. During my testing, I found that it performed well on jazz, hip-hop, and rock songs and highlighted special elements that make your style unique. Mids are very warm in jazz and hip-hop bass-heavy and their voices. Rock feels punchy, not deformed to a high degree. Xtreme handled all three correctly.
If you asked me last year if the Extreme Sound for unit size and cost would represent the maximum of performance, I would say yes. But, from that time on, I listened to Infinity One. And as good as JBL in cylindrical speakers, the Infinity One is still my choice for excellent audio reliability.