JBL OnBeat Rumble price in Malaysia & Specs for October, 2018

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JBL OnBeat Rumble Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelOnBeat Rumble
DateAug 2013
Audio
RMS rated power50 W
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)75 dB
Frequency range50 - 18000 Hz
Ports & interfaces
Apple Lightning docking connectorYes
BluetoothYes
AUX inYes
DC-in jackYes
Lightning connectorYes
Weight & dimensions
Width453 mm
Depth223 mm
Height169 mm
Power
Built-in chargerYes
Power source typeAC
Power consumption (typical)60 W
Power consumption (standby)1 W
Radio
FM radioNo
Design
Colour of productBlack
Indication lightYes
Volume controlDigital
Woofer diameter11.4 cm
Tweeter diameter6.4 cm
On/off switchYes

Reviews of JBL OnBeat Rumble

geardiary.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-09
Huge excellent sound, Lightning connector, Bluetooth and 3.5mm Aux In connections allow for multiple input formats, USB charging port, Flexible Lightning connector accepts all current iOS devices and folds out of the way when not being used
Makes a big, bold statement that some will love while others will not; Not for those who don't like bass
If you are in the market for a speaker dock that offers a Lightening connector and wireless connectivity and you want big… no… huge sound you'll want to check out the JBL OnBeat Rumble. The OnBear Rumble is a large speaker dock that serves up even bigger ...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-04
BIG sound, sounds incredible, intense Bass, Lightning Dock that recesses, builtin USB/AUX/Headphone ports, fun and mean design, portable, and great sound quality over bluetooth, The
No handle, no audio track controls, MusicFlow App doesn't add enough functionality and no battery
This isn't one of those portable speakers you're going to throw in your backpack. It's a boombox. It's medium sized and is portable enough to easily transport from room to room or to a friends house for an awesome party. It needs to be plugged in the wall...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-05
Rich, powerful bass, High velocity sound without distortion, Clean and clear wireless connection
Icy upper register, Lack of resolution in instrumental detail, Expensive
When it comes to speaker docks, we've seen just about every style you can think of – from bass blasting boxes like the iNuke Boom Jr., to innovative designs that stretch the imagination (and the wallet) like the Zeppelin Air. JBL's new Lightning-ready Blu...
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soundandvision.com
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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avhub.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Lightning dock and Bluetooth, App control, Big powerful sound
Large footprint, Slight recess in midrange,  , Price: $499, Inputs: Apple Lightning dock, Bluetooth, analogue auxiliary input, Drivers: 2 x 64mm high-mid; 1 x 114mm down-firing bass driver Amplifier, Power: 2 x 11W to high-mids; 1 x 28W bass (no stats), D...
The speaker dock has proved its worth in bedrooms and small rooms around the world. Where you can't fit a big system, you can still enjoy a ‘big' sound for all your music, simply by docking your smart device of choice (and the music collection within) int...
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