JBL Xtreme 2 Bluetooth Portable Speaker - $248 Delivered (RRP $349) @ Videopro

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Found this deal while searching for the best price on a big bluetooth speaker. Current price at HN is $327.
There have been a few firmware updates since its launch that make it a lot louder and increase the bass so keep that in mind when looking at older reviews.
Unsure how many are in stock as its not listed, i just purchased one however.

JBL Xtreme 2 is the ultimate portable Bluetooth speaker that effortlessly delivers dynamic and immersive stereo sound. The speaker is armed with four drivers, two JBL Bass Radiators, a rechargeable 10,000mAh Li-ion battery supporting up to 15 hours of playtime. On top of these, the speaker carries a convenient USB charge out. The speaker is IPX7 rated, featuring a waterproof design, with rugged fabric in exclusive colors complementing the Xtreme 2. Together with JBL Connect+ it can wirelessly link more than 100 JBL Connect+ enabled speakers to elevate your listening experience and making the party even bigger. The speaker carries integrated hooks, a durable metal base, and an added bottle opener to the carrying strap adding to the consumer convenience level whilst on the go. Not to forget it’s just as well a perfect audio solution for any home. Whether in the living room, poolside, or tailgating for the big game, the JBL Xtreme 2 brings bold sound, wherever!

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    Is there a process to update firmware on these speakers?

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    I've used the JBL Charge 3 and it was absolutely fantastic - with this being the next model again I really feel you're getting a lot of speaker for the money.

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    Bought this for $249 during Boxing Day sales and love it!! I've been really impressed with it.

    Definitely recommend.

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    Know what you're getting here before you buy. The batteries - the only power source - in this have an abysmally short (imo) product life. Some report 18 months, wife's has just failed (to recharge) after about 2 years of moderate use. Great sound for the device type but it's made to be used for a short time then thrown in the garbage. What is the point of making a decent sounding bluetooth speaker where you can't (easily, and relatively inexpensively) replace the rechargeable power source? Needless to say no other JBL products will ever cross our doorstep.

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      Damn thats unlucky. My Charge 2 has had its 3 birthday (bought in boxing day sales of 2015) and i still get atleast 6 or 7 hours out of the battery. I guess your mileage will vary like any consumer device.

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    I received mine today. Its a very sizeable unit. Currently sitting on my desk charging, will have to give it a test run tonight once home. Interested to see how it compares to the Charge 2 it is replacing.

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