JBL Pulse 5 with 360° light, dual-driver audio launched in Nepal

JBL pulse 5 price nepal specifications where to buy availability
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JBL Pulse 5 has finally made its way to Nepal. It is a newly released portable speaker from the American audio brand, offering 360° audio and a beautiful light show. So, let’s discuss the new JBL Pulse 5 in more detail, including its specifications, official price and availability in Nepal.

JBL Pulse 5 Overview:

Design

The main highlight of JBL’s Pulse series has always been 360° light which syncs to the music it plays. The 360° light, or Light Show as JBL calls it, is even more prominent on the Pulse 5. Compared to the Pulse 4, the LED is bigger and glows through the expanded transparent outer layer. The light even goes around the passive radiator at the bottom.

Furthermore, the lights even have more customizations that can particularly be configured within the JBL connect app. The previous version responded concerning the music played, which they called dynamic lighting seems a little improved in this rendition. Even if you want to deactivate the light (why would you?), there’s indeed a way to shut off the whole light or even part of it.

The speaker has also secured an IP67 water and dust resistance rating, which is an improvement over the IPX7 rating of its predecessor. Additionally, design elements like carrying straps make it easier to carry around.

JBL Pulse 5 360 LED RGB Light Show

Audio

OK, the single main feature of any speaker is audio, and JBL Pulse 5 has improved on that front too. This beast comes with a larger passive radiator, so you can expect it to deliver bass. And that’s not all – the inclusion of a dual-driver setup means you get to enjoy crisp mid-low frequency audio with the 30W woofer while the 10W tweeter produces an authentic and pure sound.

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Rest of the specs

Moving on, the Pulse 5 implements Bluetooth 5.3. The speaker produces mono sound, but users can achieve stereo audio by connecting multiple JBL speakers using the PartyBoost feature. This feature really comes in handy when you are having a party and need to pair up two speakers for stereo sound or you want multiple speakers to play in sync.

To power all the new features, Pulse 5 includes a 37Wh battery that can withstand 12 hours of continuous use if played at half of the volume and medium lighting settings. Even with 80% volume and full lighting, it can withstand 6 – 7 hrs of continued usage. With such battery life, you would never have to interrupt in between your beats.

JBL Pulse 5 Specifications

  • Body (W x D x H): 107 x 216 x 132 mm; 1.5 kg
  • IP Rating: IP67 dust and water resistance
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.3 (A2DP V1.3, AVRCP V1.6)
  • Transducers: 1x 64mm woofer + 1x 16mm tweeter
  • Output Power: 30 W RMS (Woofer) | 10 W RMS (Tweeter)
  • Frequency Response: 58Hz – 20kHz
  • Signal-to-noise Ratio: >80dB
  • Battery: 27Wh (3.6V / 7500mAh)
  • Battery Life: Up to 12 hours
  • Charging: Type-C port (100% in 4 hours)
  • Companion app: JBL Portable (Android | iOS)

JBL Pulse 5 Price in Nepal and Availability

The price of JBL Pulse 5 is Rs. 39,000, and it is available through official stores like Evostore and Oliz Store. However, you can get it for as low as Rs. 34,999 as part of Daraz’s New Year sale.

Speaker Price in Nepal (Official) Daraz Offer
JBL Pulse 5 Rs. 39,000 Rs. 34,999 (with vouchers)