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Bringing the iconic 360-degree LED wraparound of its predecessor to the next level, the JBL Pulse 4 ticks the boxes of a powerhouse portable speaker on top of delivering a light show.

Retaining its IPX7 water resistance, the Pulse 4 is ideal for outdoor use. Image: JBL

The JBL Pulse 4 retains its IPX7 water resistance to up to three meters, along with powerful 360-degree audio, Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity, and the capability to connect to up to 100 compatible JBL speakers through PartyBoost.

It also delivers 12 hours of playback with a single 3.5-hour charge via USB-C port. Just like on the JBL Flip 5, the new port will enable most users to trim down on cable clutter by switching to a more modern connector.

JBL’s pedigree in great, enjoyable audio is delivered with a large 2.25-inch (57.15mm) transducer for better bass performance on the 20W Pulse 4.

The full-length lighting on the JBL Pulse 4 provides a more immersive visual effect. Image: JBL

Apart from a change from port from microUSB on the Pulse 3 to USB-C on the Pulse 4, the most notable change is in overall design. Gone is the “base” speaker grille the encompasses the bottom quarter of the cylindrical device. 

Instead, the Pulse 4 sports a full-length lighting display that can be customised visually with the JBL Connect app, and synced along with the music across nearby Pulse 4 speakers. PartyBoost has also been simplified – hold compatible speakers nearby and shake to sync.

Available from 15 November 2019 in White and Black, the JBL Pulse 4 will cost SGD 339 (GST included).

Ian Ling
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Ian is the resident Tech Monkey and Head of Content at VR Zone. His training in Economics and Political Science is at the basis of his love for journalism and storytelling. A photographer by passion, and an audiophile by obsession, Ian is captivated by all forms of tech that makes enthusiasts tick.

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