Here we are again folks chatting about JBL. Most of you know that I am pretty brand loyal when it comes to my speakers and JBL is always introducing the hottest speakers! This weekend I had a chance to check out the JBL Pulse 3, and you might remember awhile back I checked out the JBL Link 20, which is just the bomb.com because it is more than a speaker, baby! The JBL Pulse 3 again as soon as you take it out of the package you can tell this product is going to be amazing. With the sleek design and its compatibility to connect multi-room speakers, this baby blows me away! The speaker on the left is the JBL Pulse 3, and the one on the right is the JBL Link 20 so that you can see they are very similar in size.
The JBL Pulse 3 is similar to its past models but in my opinion the 3 rocks out way better than the others before it. I can just tell by feeling the Pulse 3 and listening to my favorite jams that JBL has upped its game and I am taking full advantage. Measuring 8.7 by 3.6 inches, the 2.1-pound cylindrical Pulse 3 stands upright, with most of its outer panel serving as the LED lighting, which is super cool. At the bottom of the outer panel, speaker houses the three 40mm drivers firing in every direction. This gives you supreme sound that you need and love.
All of the buttons are hidden away in the back of the Pulse 3 so that you are not looking at buttons while watching your light show. You can control everything from here such as your volume, play and pause (that also skips tracks, answers incoming phone calls from your BFF, or can be programmed to call on Google or Siri voice controls), and controls for Bluetooth pairing, speaker linking, and switching light modes. Everything you need is right at your fingertips! Below I made just a short video showing you just some of the possibilities when it comes to the lights as well as sound. “It’s electric! Boogie-woogie, woogie!”
Sounds good right? I really did not edit this video at all except for making it a bit darker so that you could really see the lights.
I must say that setting up the JBL Pulse 3 was super easy as well. Since I already have a couple of speakers by JBL I already had the JBL Connect and JBL Music app (which you really don’t need to use). The JBL connect app will update your speaker, and you can control all of the colors through this app.
I just adore the JBL Pulse 3, and I love that it comes in black or white so that no matter where you want to put this in your home or even outside that you do have an option when it comes to the housing. I feel that the color show is brilliant and amazing for the summer ahead. I do hope that you check this out as well as my posting on the JBL Link 20. Either of these is a great options from JBL, and each can do different things. 🙂