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|USB Power Output||5 VDC at 2.3 A|
|Outputs||1 x USB Type-C (Power)|
|Inputs||1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Stereo (Audio)|
|Frequency Response||60 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||>80 dB|
|Power Output||30 W|
|Memory Card Slot||None|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||8.66 x 3.74 x 3.66" / 220 x 95 x 93 mm|
|Weight||2.1 lb / 955 g|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.3 x 6.1 x 4.4"|
|Package Weight||3.15 lb|
|Bluetooth Transmitter Power||20 dBm|
|Bluetooth Transmitter Modulation||π/4 DQPSK, 8DPSK, GFSK|
|Expected Battery Life||20 Hours|
|Battery Voltage||3.6 V|
|Battery Chemistry||Lithium-Ion Polymer (LiPo)|
|Capacity (mAh)||7800 mAh|
The JBL Charge 4 is an excellent option for those who want a waterproof, powerful-sounding portable Bluetooth speaker in a moderately sized frame.
Powerful audio performance with rich bass and crisp, clear highs. Gets quite loud for its size. Waterproof.
No speakerphone function. Mono audio output.
If you want to futureproof yourself and get the new JBL Connect+, then this is the way to go for sure. Otherwise, there isn't much difference between this and the Charge 3 before it (though USB-C charging is definitely nice).
Good build, Gets loud, Long battery life, Can charge your portable devices, USB-C charging, Plenty of color options
Basically the same sound as the Charge 3, Slightly bigger and heavier than previous model, The buttons that aren't lit up are hard to see in the dark, Vocals in the mids can get masked by bass, No microphone for phone calls
Looking for a Bluetooth speaker with full sound that is portable, waterproof, rugged, affordable and can charge your phone? The JBL Charge 4 was built for you.
USB to charge your phone, Big sound for its size, Very portable
No speakerphone, No voice assistant integration, Can't tune EQ
Is there a reason not to run out and buy the JBL Charge 4? Maybe if you don’t need a Bluetooth speaker. However, the features and sound will still recommend this to anyone with even the slightest interest in portable sound.
The JBL Charge 4 features many of the same features as the previous iteration, so is it worth the extra cash?...
JBL’s Charge series just gets better with every new release. With the Charge 4, we’ve seen that its audio quality is has highly improved compared to the previously released Charge 3. It delivered cleaner, clearer and more refined sounds with mids and treble that sounded well.
Both models will provide plenty of volume for a gathering. But I would ordinarily recommend going with the larger Charge 4, given the major improvement in clarity, bass and soundstage.
Okay, now I feel like that the JBL Charge 4 is a good speaker, but I think the price is asking a bit too much. A $150 price tag or about Rs.19500 in Nepal is enough for me to put it aside. Honestly, I would never invest that much money on a portable speaker.
The JBL Charge 4 only offers minor updates to the previous generation but it remains an excellent value in wireless speakers. The Charge 4 can pump out gobs of bass that doesn’t overwhelm, lasts forever, and can top up your phone in pinch.
Balanced, powerful sound, Can charge your phone, Long battery life
Some distortion at high volumes, No 360-degree sound, Long charge time
It’s so loud and I love it, I barley have to turn it up for a whole room to hear it. Great bass, great sound, great color, great all around. Like any speaker, don’t blast it and blow it if you purchase. I usually turn it up only half way at the most and it’s more than enough volume.
This is an amazing speaker. The sound is fantastic. The bass is deep for the overall size. Its rugged and I like the fact that it uses the same power cord as my phone does. The portability is a key factor for me as I take it with me, so easy carry was an important point for me.
Outstanding performance and easy portability
No carry case or charging cable come with the unit
I just got this speaker for an alternative for my Wonderboom from Ultimate Ears because that speaker just wasn't good for my use (outdoor basketball) after watching all of the reviews on the internet, and all of those reviews are right: this is probably the best sounding, well made portable speaker...
I bought this Bluetooth speaker after reading many professional reviews. I was not disappointed. The sound is excellent. It is very easy to use. I like that there’s an app available so you are able to control your speaker through the use of your device.
I blew up the old one, the blast 3, I cranked it on the beach every day for three years, tremendous! This one has even better sound. Can't wait to try and blow this one up! Tremendous!
Love the speaker - it gets loud, its portable, it fits my needs. The case however came with a strong odor that to my nose smelled a lot like cigarette smoke... not sure if it's just manufacturing chemical smell or if its actually from being made in a factory full of smokers, but I have had the case...
It has good sound for a portable bluetooth speaker and serves the purpose. I did buy two and connected both in stereo for my patio. I am very happy with this feature. Very easy to do once you download the App and the sound is pretty good.
Able to connect more than one.
Just OK sound when used alone. Seems a little in the middle.
I purchased this mighty speaker so my husband and I can take it on vacation with us, put it on our deck so we have music to listen to, transport it just about anywhere! I purchased the red color so it was easily seen so I wouldn't forget it somewhere..
I bought this because for a portable speaker it gets to the low tones, it still has a headphone in jack, and it has a battery bank built in to charge other devices. I do not love that it is a single speaker arrangement when predecessors have had drivers on both sides of the cylinder, but the sound...
I have an old convertible that needs a new stereo, and I bought this, in part, to get me by until I cam replace the stereo in the car. Drove with the top down on the highway and could hear it very clearly. I'm very impressed!