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JBL showcases its latest flagship soundbar: JBL Bar 1300X

JBL has introduced some of the top soundbars in the market. The last product by the company was presented with a wireless subwoofer, detachable, and fully wireless surround speaker modules. Now at CES 2023, JBL has introduced new members to the soundbar series i.e., Bar 1300X. Although, the previous product was presented with some amazing features. But the new series by the company offers much more in terms of channels and power. They will be available for sale from February 19 onwards.

Reportedly, the JBL Bar 1300X is accompanied by an 11.1.4-channel configuration. It is equipped with 1,1790 watts of power. The new soundbar is compatible with both Dolby Atmos and DTS: X. But the unique attribute of this latest product is the integration of 6 devoted up-firing drivers. This feature makes the 1300X more efficient at their performance of height channel effects in contrast to the already available 3D surround sound systems. Moreover, the product includes a 12-inch driver in the Bar range. This is one of the largest wireless subwoofers in the Bar range.

In addition to this, JBL has incorporated Harman’s PureVoice technology in the Bar 1300X. This feature provides a clear voice even when background sounds get louder. Furthermore, the speakers consist of internal rechargeable batteries. Thus, indicating that speakers can be mounted anywhere. The AC adapters provide the users with two options. Either you can power them like wireless speakers or dock them to the soundbar’s ends.

In addition to this, the company has introduced its JBL One app. Using this app consumers can stream music on the soundbars. Furthermore, the app includes various streaming music services. Besides this, a variety of other connectivity options are provided with the Bar 1300X. Users can connect Chromecast, Bluetooth, and AirPlay 2. It has got control over the Alexa app as well. You can use Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa.

Brain Curry

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