JBL has introduced the latest addition to its Charge portable speaker family, claiming that the Charge 5 will take the range to a whole new level.
What’s so different? Well, according to JBL, the Charge 5 will advantage of improved audio performance compared to its predecessors. The speaker packs a racetrack-shaped driver, a separate tweeter and dual passive JBL Bass Radiators to help produce clear audio and deep bass from a compact form.
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