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JBL Charge Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateFeb 2013
RMS rated power10 W
Frequency range150 - 20000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)80 dB
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired & Wireless
Weight & dimensions
Width74 mm
Depth175 mm
Height74 mm
Power source typeBattery
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery capacity6000 mAh
Battery life (max)12 h
Battery recharge time3.5 h
USB charging
Audio output channels2.0 channels
Number of speakers1
Number of drivers2
Driver diameter3.8 cm
Product typeStereo portable speaker
Colour of productGreen
LED indicators
Recommended usageUniversal
Remotely operated

JBL Charge Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2014-05-30
Cool design, Non-confusing setup, Loud volume, Great sound quality, Impressive battery life, Can sufficiently charge your devices, Carrying pouchabout it:
We've heard a lot of music come from lots of speakers already, but the JBL Charge boasts that it can offer to charge a lot of juice into your portable devices with a large battery packed inside in addition to its quality audio production. Does it deliver?...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-13
Good midrange and bass tone, Can charge mobile device, Multiple color optionsNo speakerphon, No weatherproofing
Many portable Bluetooth speakers try to be more than just music playback devices, but the JBL Charge keeps it simple: there's no speakerphone, and no app to extend its ability. What you hear is what you get; the device delivers solid sound for a $150 Blue...
Reviewed on 2013-12-17
Punchy, energetic sound, Good detail, Goes loud, Portable and compact, Easy to use, Charges smartphone, PriceA rather coarse and bright treble, Needs more refinement, Could do with more weight and deeper bass
The JBL Charge wireless speaker joins a long list of impressive speakers from JBL Audio. Most recently, we were smitten with the £100 JBL Flip 's attractive build and lively sound. Can the bigger, pricier Charge live up to our expectations? It's a pun...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-15
Comes in black, green or blue. Battery lasts 12 hours. Charges your phone. More affordable than similarsize Bluetooth speakers. Small, easy to carrySound quality can't match that of the competition
With music, it's often what you don't hear that tells you whether it's any good. The absence of good orchestration or arrangements, or the lack of tonal quality in a voice, means the band/artist probably should have spent more time in the studio (or possi...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-13
The JBL Charge is an attempt to offer a premium version of the existing JBL Flip, a tall order considering that the Flip is the best sounding $99 bluetooth wireless speaker we've ever tested – so much so that we were inclined to look past its pedestrian f...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-07
At $100 and below, expectations of portable Bluetooth speakers shouldn’t be too high, as both distortion in the price range is fairly common, as is thin sound—though there are some exceptions to this rule. Climb the ladder to $150, and your expectations s...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-05
Solid audio performance at moderate volumes, with rich lows and clear mids and highs. Easily portable.Distorts at high volumes on tracks with deep bass. Slightly overpriced
At $100 and below, expectations of portable Bluetooth speakers shouldn't be too high, as both distortion in the price range is fairly common, as is thin sound—though there are some exceptions to this rule. Climb the ladder to $150, and your expectations s...
Reviewed on 2013-10-30
JBL has a wide-array of portable speakers in their arsenal. Here we have the JBL Charge. What sets it apart from JBL's other offerings? If you guess that it can share its juice via a USB port, then you get the idea of JBL naming it the “Charge”.At first g...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-15
Ease of Use, Performance: 5/5 Look & Feel: 5/5 Features: 5/5 How much I enjoy: 5/5Recommendation: 5/5 StarsThe JBL Charge is a fantastic portable speaker that has a trick underneath its cylindrical hood in a 6000 mAh lithium ion battery. The internal batt...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-28
High max volume, Clear and detailed sound, Durable body armor, User-friendly designLight feature set for the price, Mediocre bass response
The last time we checked out a portable speaker from JBL, the $100 Flip , we were pretty much blown away by the small speaker's big-league blast of sound. The Flip easily filled our test room with its concise, detailed sound signature, and its exterior de...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-13
I love the JBL Flip. The JBL Charge is the follow-up, of sorts, to that speaker, and addresses a few of the shortcomings its predecessor had. No more proprietary charging. Much longer battery life. A USB port for charging your various gadgets. It's als...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-10
The JBL Charge is an attempt to offer a premium version of the existing JBL Flip, a tall order considering that the Flip is the best sounding $99 bluetooth wireless speaker we’ve ever tested – so much so that we were inclined to look past its pedestri...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-27
JBL's Charge sells itself as a portable wireless stereo speaker with impressive gadget-charging capabilities all rolled into one attractive and compact device. If there ever was a portable speaker that combined all-day long battery life, an ultra-fast ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-10
Real recycled wood, Not Dyed, Fantastic audio experience, Comfortable, Lightweight, Collapsable, Removable Headphone Cable with vinyl wrapping and inline ControlTalk with microphoneHeadband isn't so durable and adjustable notches quickly loosen, No volume on ControlTalk, Light on noise isolation
What attracted us to the JBL charge wasn't the tech features, but rather the nifty and unique design. It's similar to the form of the JBL flip , but it has a redesigned appearance that seriously pops . The edges are smoothed out and almost futuristic in s...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-02
Sonically great, charge your 5V devices on the go, somewhat rugged buildNo mic for speakerphone, 6,000mAh battery falls short for recharging
All things considered JBL's Charge Bluetooth speaker is very competitively priced at $149. Not only does it connect to your smartdevice via Bluetooth and playback audio wirelessly, but it can charge your 5V device thanks to an onboard 6,000mAh battery and...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-27
JBL's $99 Flip , $99 OnBeat Lightning Dock and $149 ChargeWhen we did our Best Bluetooth speaker mega-review ( TL;DR: Overall Winner , Best Value , Best Sound , Best Portable/Sound , Apps/Updates , more ) a few weeks ago, we neglected to test JBL's very c...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-24
If you're looking for a portable Bluetooth speaker, JBL just rolled out its JBL Charge, a beer-can sized speaker that promises great sound and plenty of battery life. The speaker's 6000 mAh lithium-ion battery can also be used to charge any gadget that us...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-18
JBL's Charge ($150) is a successor to Flip, a truly great Bluetooth speaker, and one of the few to earn a flat A rating. Available in grey, green, or blue, Charge looks similar to Flip, and comes with the same pack-ins, including a wall charger and ca...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-15
Fantastic sound, competitive price, and you can even use it to recharge an iPhoneNo speakerphone, if you care
Well, Jambox, move over: there's a new king in town. We'll be hard pressed to recommend you anymore after getting our hands on the JBL Flip, a Bluetooth speaker that has better (and louder) sound than the Jambox, at a cheaper price, and a...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-11
The JBL Charge kills a number of birds with one stone. In particular, it is a small portable speaker that can connect to your music source via Bluetooth, or via a 3.5-mm analog input jack. It also provides a USB port that can be used as a charger (hence i...
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