JBL PartyBox 310 Overview:
Unlike the Partybox 100s, the JBL Partybox 310 is not a portable speaker. It is quite hefty, as it weighs around 17.42kg and has a decent width and height. That’s why it has a handle and wheels to make it easier to drag around. Additionally, the speaker features an IPX4 rating for splash protection.
The design pattern is similar to any other Partybox, though! The body of Partybox 310 is made up of plastic, while there is a metallic grille at the front. Yes, the grille is to protect woofer cones. One more thing is that the cones are surrounded by RGB lighting.
On the top is a groove to hold devices, alongside buttons to control. The ports are, however, at the back of the speaker.
Audio and Connectivity
The audio part of Partybox 310 comprises pretty large drivers. There are two 6.5″ woofers and two 2.5″ tweeters tuned with JBL’s Pro Sound. All four transducers combined produce an output of 240W RMS.
The JBL Partybox 310 features Bluetooth 5.1, enabling wireless connections. Additionally, it offers wired connectivity options through an AUX port and a USB-A port for audio input, and it supports two microphones as well.
What’s more, it supports “True Wireless Stereo” mode, allowing it to pair with another compatible speaker for a stereo audio experience.
For battery, the JBL Partybox 310 has a 72Wh lithium cell that powers the device for 18 hours straight. Moreover, charging is quick, charging the whole speaker back in 3.5 hours.
JBL Partybox 310 Price in Nepal
|JBL Speakers||Price in Nepal|
|JBL Partybox 310||NPR 75,000|
JBL PartyBox 310 Specifications Compare
Woofer: 2x 176mm
Tweeter: 2x 65mm
|Frequency Response||45Hz - 20kHz|
|Companion App||JBL PartyBox|
|Ports||USB-C, Aux-in/out, USB-A|
|Features||True Wireless Stereo|