Reviews and Problems with JBL On Tour Micro Wireless
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Small size, big sound.
Female Techie, B&H Photo
15 July 2014
Excerpt: Use this product at home to connect to my tablet if I need a bit of a sound boost, or to my iPod if I don't want to have to dock it. Used this recently at a party where their huge speakers weren't working, so I connected my iPod to the speakers thru bluetooth, while I sat at another table and continued to make a playlist. Very powerful, clear sound, and extra added bonus of being bluetooth capable, as well as including an attached aux cable.
Pros: Easy Controls, Good Sound Quality, Lightweight, Powerful
Summary: This speaker can get really surprisingly loud with a very high quality of sound - and strong bass too! I tested these out in a store before I bought them and was blown away by the sound quality for such a tiny portable package. I was blasting it when I first got it, and my roommate entered and I told her I was testing my new speaker and she was so surprised the sound was all coming from that little tiny thing!
Summary: Took this speaker right out of the box and started playing immediately! Pros: - Small, compact, light weight - Great sounds - Physical button for volume keeps the level the same between sessions - Pairing was very simple with both iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S - Without charging out of the box, this speaker lasted around 8+ hours Cons: - Does not auto shut off when not playing music - The micro USB cable that came was only about a foot long.
Summary: I was in a electronic store at the airport looking for a wireless speaker for my phone. when a lady pulled me to the side and suggested I check out the JBL Wireless Ultra-Portable Speaker on Amazon for about $60! She purchased one based on a friends' recommendation, and she instantly fell in love with the quality of sound. She also pointed out that this little gem had over 700 reviews with a rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars.
Summary: This speaker does exactly what you think, gives you decent volume, and once cranked it has a good bass response. Can't complain, the bluetooth distance reaches pretty far, great product by JBL, definitely recommend this.
Excerpt: Absolutely amazed at the sound quality of this small speaker. I use it mostly for listening to classical music in combination with my laptop. Even a cappella is flawless. Often take it with me on international travel, where I use it in training sessions, including audio with video clips. It's loud enough and bluetooth lets me position it anywhere I want. My audience/tech support is often amazed at its performance.
Pros: Battery Life, Portability, price, Sound quality, Streaming To Tuner
Excerpt: This was exactly the product I was looking for. I like to listen to podcasts while I do chores around the house. Dragging my iPad around is clumsy and the iPad sound is too weak. I can put the JBL speaker in my shirt pocket, or even hang it around my neck with a lanyard and have sound as I putter around. It's also very good for classical music; nice, rich, true sound quality for a very small device.
Pros: Easy to connect, Easy To Hang From Lanyard, Full Accurate Sound, Louder Than Ipad Or Phone, Pocket sized
Compared JBL Micro Wireless, HDMX XT, Photive Cyren, and Amazon Basics Bluetooth Speaker
21 May 2014
Summary: I wasn't sure which speaker was the best for me. I have great stereo speakers at home, so my intended use was just to have something portable, small, convenient. I am by no means an "audiophile," but I cringe when I hear bad sounding music. I first compared JBL Micro Wireless vs. HDMX XT (smaller category), then Photive Cyren v. Amazon Basics Bluetooth Speaker (larger category). In comparing, I used various songs from various genres: country, reggae, hip-hop, edm.
Summary: I was shocked at how loud and clear this speaker is. The quality exceeds my expectations by far. Sure, it's not like a great full-size system obviously, but it's very good. My friends who hear it are always surprised also. The battery life is excellent and it easily charges using a USB cable.