- Sound: It has the ideal parity of lows, mids, and highs and gets twice as noisy.
- Structure: It comes in 10 distinct hues and is stylishly satisfying.
- Strength: It’s waterproof for 30 minutes in up to a meter of water and will glide.
- Power: 8 hours at 60% and 6.5 hours at 85% volume. You can charge your telephone as well.
- Programming: The application is futile, yet you’ll get five additional feet of Bluetooth extend.
- Sound: It sounds okay yet it’s solitary half as noisy as Charge 4.
- Configuration: It’s littler and lighter than Charge 4.
- Toughness: It’s solitary water-safe (splashproof).
- Power: 9 hours at 60% and 4 hours at 85% volume.
- Programming: You can tweak choices and oversee gadgets.
Charge 4 is a stunning speaker for this structure factor. It has a splendid sound that offers a more profound bass at all volume levels with preferable profundity over different speakers. You won’t beat it for $150.
The sound gets misshaped at abnormal states in light of the fact that the highs are harsh on the ears, yet Charge 4 sounds best under 70% volume and Bose can’t approach this volume level.
It’s twice as uproarious as SoundLink Color II. In case you’re searching for a quality gathering speaker, this is it.
There are a 30W driver and two side radiators which bob with the bass and look cool.
In case you’re hoping to go the JBL course, JBL Charge 3 sounds nearly as great (some state better) and is typically around $100.
It weighs 2.1 pounds and is 8.7 inches long. It sits on a base on a level plane.
It’s not the most appealing gadget, yet it doesn’t have the unbalanced structure and cheesiness of Bose SoundLink Color II. On the off chance that style are a need, consider Boom 3 or Megaboom 3.
It comes in 10 unique hues (Black, Blue, Forest Green, Gray, Pink, Red, Sand, Teal, and White).
It’s waterproof (IPX7) in up to a meter of water for 30 minutes and on the off chance that you drop it in the water it’ll drift.
It’s not recorded as shockproof, yet it will withstand ordinary drops.
The recorded playback time for Charge 4 is 20 hours and takes four hours to energize. My certifiable tests yielded these outcomes:
8.5 hours with 60% volume.
6.5 hours with 85% volume.
JBL Charge 4 fills in as an outside battery pack for charging your contraptions through USB.
You revive it with USB-C and it takes around four hours.
On the off chance that you factor in the volume contrast of SoundLink Color II and Charge 4, Charge 4 offers multiple times long music playback runtimes.
The JBL programming fills no need and ought to be stayed away from. There are no advantages, it’s difficult to associate, and the interface keeps running off of the screen. There should be firmware refreshes, yet I haven’t seen any.
You can keep it combined to two unique gadgets in the meantime.
You can combine Charge 4 with other JBL speakers, yet those speakers should be the present age that bolsters JBL Connect+. The documentation on this is poor.
JBL Connect+ works really well by simply squeezing the Connect+ catch on every speaker that you need to be combined. The associate is steady contrasted with most Bluetooth associations.
There’s no real way to initiate your telephone’s voice right hand in light of the fact that there’s no mic, yet you ought to be alright as this capacity doesn’t function admirably on most versatile speakers.
It gets an additional five feet of Bluetooth go, and the Bluetooth appears to be more dependable than SoundLink Color II.
SoundLink Color II sounds great with respect to other convenient speakers available, yet the vast majority will need more bass than it gives.
It has double 40mm drivers.
Here and there it sounds like there’s something covering the SoundLink Color II speaker. Charge 4’s sound is increasingly fun, while SoundLink can sound exhausting and level.
Bose has better highs and appears to be better adjusted at higher volumes. In any case, Bose’s enormous inconvenience is its volume. SoundLink Color II at 85% volume, is what could be compared to Charge 4 at 40% volume. SoundLink doesn’t convey enough volume to warrant $130.
For reference, it sounds superior to anything UE Boom 3, yet I incline toward JBL Flip 4’s sound.
In the event that you need to stay with Bose, you’re in an ideal situation running with SoundLink Micro on the grounds that it’s a large portion of the size, increasingly solid, less cash, while sounding comparative with somewhat less bass and power.
It weighs 1.2 pounds and is 5.25 inches tall.
It comes in Aquatic Blue, Coral Red, Polar White, and Soft Black.
It’s appalling and has an astounding shape. This speaker isn’t tastefully satisfying for reasons unknown I can’t put my finger on. It has a wrapped silicone packaging that feels gooey. The packaging is like what’s on Bose SoundLink Micro, yet for reasons unknown, I wouldn’t fret the material on a littler form.
There’s no real way to see the battery life on the gadget through LED light, a voice readout, or even in the application. When you turn on the gadget, the robot peruses out “high,” “medium,” or “low.” While the application either demonstrates a battery level of 100% or 40%. That is a major contrast and it’s typically stuck at 40% for quite a long time. It is anything but a major issue, however it’s baffling.
There’s a 3.5mm port for outer sound gadgets without Bluetooth (like iPods).
There’s a “multi-work catch.” One tap will play/delay, two taps skirt the tune, while a press and hold enact your telephone’s voice colleague (there’s a mic for tuning in).
Just water-safe however not waterproof. This implies it can withstand a sprinkle, yet in the event that you drop it in the water, your speaker is most likely toast.
It can withstand drops.
The recorded playback time for Bose SoundLink Color II is eight hours and three hours to revive. My true tests:
9 hours with 60% volume.
4 hours with 85% volume.
You can revive it with its uncovered miniaturized scale USB port.
Gathering Mode gives you a chance to match different SoundLink speakers. Matching functions admirably up to one of the Bose speakers isn’t associated with two telephones all the while.
You can change the auto-reserve clock.
Two gadgets associated at the same time with eight gadgets combined altogether. In the Bose application, you can deal with every gadget.
The speaker firmware is refreshed much of the time, however these updates take everlastingly and flop regularly.