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0C18YLAM7YI461 Jbl pulse four – water resistant portable bluetooth speaker with light display – black

(7 customer reviews)

$256.53$256.70

  • strength source kind: battery powered
  • included additives: jbl pulse four, usb-c cable, quick start guide
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from the producer

the all new jbl pulse four bluetooth speaker with lighshow. Sound you can see.

what’s new?

new, excessive-resolution 360-diploma mild display

new partyboost mode / new 360-degree speaker array

light up the night

pulse four shines thru the night with an outstanding, high-decision 360-diploma led lightshow

follow the beat everywhere

pulse four supplies jbl signature sound in every direction with its ingenious 360 degree speaker array.

make a splash with ipx7 water-proof design

carry your speakers everywhere. Pool celebration? Best. Sudden cloudburst? Protected. Bash at the seaside? Pulse four is ipx7 water-resistant up to three-toes deep for fearless outdoor entertainment

dance the night or day away

geared up to get your groove on? Pulse 4 grants as much as 12 hours of birthday celebration time on a single fee

additional features

app control

down load the jbl connect app to rule your party comfortably. And visualize your tune with a ramification of light show topics or even customize your very very own. Equipped to song out? Turn your speaker into an ambient light show whether your tune is on or off.

jbl partyboost

partyboost permits you to pair jbl partyboost-well suited audio system together for stereo sound or hyperlink a couple of jbl partyboost-compatible speakers to truely pump up your birthday party

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Black, White

7 reviews for 0C18YLAM7YI461 Jbl pulse four – water resistant portable bluetooth speaker with light display – black

  1. Jesse Carley

    I previously owned the Pulse 3 and loved it, (I left it at a friends house and his daughter loved it so much I said she could keep it) so I decided to get the 4.In my opinion there are no improvements what so ever, only steps down.Things i dislike about the new design:-Light element is encased in thick acrylic now, much smaller display of light effects and distorts or disappears when viewed from a higher or lower angle (see pic 1)-Removed speakers wrapping the lower skirt of the 3, speakers now only top and bottom, worse sound quality than the 3-Moved the buttons to wrapping around the top instead of in one place, making it necessary to spin the speaker to access different functions (and get the speaker more wet if you take it to a pool party, like i used to with the 3)-Charging port no longer has rubber trap door protecting it (once again, less waterproof?)I still absolutely love the Pulse 3, if I had known #4 was hands down inferior I would have purchased 3 again instead of its dimmer younger brotherRead more

  2. Felicia Vox

    I wanted a replacement shower speaker, and boy does this exceed any of my expectations! Not only is it waterproof, has great sound quality, and is beyond perfect for my shower, but I want to use it everywhere!Connects easily via Bluetooth, and starts up and powers down quickly. All the button features are very easy to use, and I even used the JBL app to connect it and change the lights and such and I haven’t had any issues with the app so far. The light features are very cool, and even on the lowest brightness setting (can be adjusted via the app), it is VERY bright. For such a small, rechargeable speaker, the bass is VERY strong and the best of any speaker I own. The battery life is quite long — I’ve used it a few times now at length and I haven’t even needed to charge it once yet.My only issue with it is there’s no way to go back a song. There’s a way to go to the next song or fast forward, but no way to rewind or go back to a song by pressing a button on the speaker. That’s a really minor issue though, and doesn’t bother me much.Read more

  3. Shaun

    I tried using the pulse 3 for my desktop pc, because I really like the design. Unfortunately I found that the audio from the video and games does not sync, like really? So the Pulse 4 came out. Exact same thing. I can not believe it. What did they even improve from the previous generation? A $30 bluetooth speaker syncs audio perfectly, how can this $199 speaker fail to do that? Not sure if I am missing something, but man that was really disappointing. Maybe pulse 5?*CorrectionSo I tried one speaker connected to my PC (Win 10 64bit). The video and audio syncs fine. However once you go into “Connect mode” by connecting two speakers at the same time, the video and audio goes out of sync. Also volume control on the PC is unable to control the volume on the speaker, you have to change volume on the speaker itself.Read more

  4. Thomas W. Shea

    I bought this for my girlfriend for her birthday. she is a millennial and she loves to just have music playing where ever she is. So she carries it around her place with her – whether she’s doing make-up, stuff in the kitchen, or elsewhere in her place, she just brings it with here where ever she is. she says it sounds WAY better than her prior speaker, and plays for hours and hours. she likes the lights as well – she is a real estate agent so she also takes it to open houses so there’s music purring away in the background, the lights add to the mood for that. and it’s nice in the eve in a dark room. also, it’s waterproof! pairing seems to be air tight so far. no calling or siri access, but that isn’t something she wanted, she just wanted the music aspect w/ lights.Read more

  5. shaker majed

    Amazing , i really like it sound is so loud and clearLighting is so goodBattery last more than 10 hoursRead more

  6. Patrick Reeves

    I think changing to a singular speaker from the 3 way one on the pulse 3 was a bad idea.Not to mention that I’d like to be able to see that bass expulsion and not have it hidden under the device.I honestly wish I went with the JBL extreme 2., but at least the light shows are very pretty and it’s decently loud.Read more

  7. Actual account

    Cons:The light show patterns have consistently reduced in quantity and customizability with each new JBL pulse. The pulse 4 has 5 light modes, none of which you can effectively customize the color of and are rehashed from before.JBL products across different “gens” DO NOT sync in party mode. Ie. Jbl pulse 2 to 3 to Pulse 4….this is clearly an attempt to force buyers to get the next version.On the Pulse 4, via the connect app, swiping to different lightshows has a lag, that sometimes takes like 3 minutes.Pros:It looks more aesthetically pleasing than the JBL pulse 3 (likely by design) as it is the fully plastic outer instead of that half plastic/half speaker look.Sound Quality is essentially the sameUSB-C charging (though that may be a con)In the end, I would return the speaker in exchange for the Pulse 3… had I not been currently deployed overseas.Read more

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