Deal: JBL Xtreme Wireless Bluetooth Speaker $248 – 9/23/16

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If you are looking for a new Bluetooth speaker and especially one which is not only powerful but also offers a great sound quality, then the JBL Xtreme is certainly one worth checking out. In terms of JBL's Bluetooth speakers, this is one of their biggest options and while it's not as portable as the Charge or the Flip and does not provide a disco-style atmosphere like the Pulse, this is a powerful Bluetooth speaker. Which also does mean that it is one of the more expensive options currently available as the JBL Xtreme will cost you around $299.99 to buy. However, you can currently save a little of that price as the Xtreme is now available to buy through Amazon for only $248.98. A saving of just over $50.

In terms of the speaker, this is one which comes loaded with two 63 mm drivers and offers a frequency response of 70 Hz – 20 kHz, as well as a Signal-to-Noise ratio of 80 dB. In addition this is a splashproof speaker, one which comes with typical JBL dual external passive radiators for an enhanced bass, a 10,000 mAh battery which is listed to offer up to 15 hours of continuous playback and a groovy fabric and rubber-based housing which offers a more durable build. While this is a speaker that is available in a variety of colors, it does seem the current deal price is only for the blue colored option. You can find out more by heading through the link below.

Buy the JBL Xtreme Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

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