Speakers have become almost like a must-have product for everyone. Whether you are at home, or out, speakers are something that are used everywhere and by everyone. If you happen to look around, you will notice a plethora of options available for speakers in the markets and it does become a little overwhelming to choose as to which one suits the best. Amongst those options, there lies the JBL Link Music. This particular Bluetooth speaker is hassle free, light and fares well at suiting the needs of a user and their homes and it does so without burning a hole in our pockets. The price is JBL Link Music is capped at $119.95.
The speakers come with support for AirPlay 2, Bluetooth, Chromecast, and Google Assistant Voice commands. The device has left no stones unturned and offers no shortage of features. It measures 5.3 by 4.4 inches, and the Link Music is available in light or dark gray models. It comes with a 3.5mm audio jack too. Setting up the Link Music to use Google Assistant requires the Google Home app. Other than entering your Wi-Fi password, the app handles just about everything else for you, which you’re ready to stream audio or control Google Assistant with hands-free vocal commands. There is a MediaTek’s chip solution for voice assistant devices that enables the speakers to deliver a strong performance at all times. The best part is, if the Link Music needs a software update, the Google Home app will automatically install it and one wouldn’t have to bother with any of it.
JBL Link Music is designed to impressed and it does so with great efficiency and performance. JBL Link Music is amongst those home speakers that is the best suitable choice for anybody looking to build their smart home ecosystem.
With the JBL Link Music, it represents a solid audio offering at the upper- budget end of the segment. Thanks to the MediaTek SoC inside it, the smart speaker takes a blink of an eye in its connectivity and has a rapid response in terms of its output as well. The AI features are all owing to the power of MediaTek chipset and the device does really well in receiving commands.
Considering the size and the price of the JBL Link Music delivers good sound, bass thump that comes paired with enough balance in the highs for things to sound full and rich without veering into mussiness or lacking in detail whatsoever. For the price at what it’s sitting at, it is a solid value of product. With the JBL Link Music, it represents a solid audio offering at the upper- budget end of the segment. It supports playback of HE-AAC, LC-AAC, MP3, VORBIS, WAV (LPCM), FLAC and OPUS formats. It can easily access Wi-Fi via 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac protocols on either 2.4GHz or 5GHz networks.
There is no doubt there are a bunch of other options in terms of good speakers. For instance, those of Bose speakers. A particular device might have been a good product for you, whereas the same thought might not be shared by someone else. In all honesty, this kind of choice is purely based on personal priority or likes/ dislikes. When it comes to leaning towards one between Bose and JBL, honestly, I am not a huge Bose fan. There is no doubt that there are products of Bose which are excellent and very reliable. They are made of very consistent quality. However, when it comes to clarity of sound and balance, it seems to lag a little behind compared to those of JBL devices.
The best part about JBL is, it offers the best of products to its customers, without any steep price. The best, durable, consistent speakers especially, at a mid-range price point which is commendable.