HARMAN International has announced the launch of JBL Xtreme 2 portable speaker in India. The second generation of the extremely popular JBL Xtreme now comes with a new durable design, superior and powerful audio performance, up to 15 hours of playtime and an IPX 7 rating for a fully waterproof design. Priced at Rs. 21,999, JBL Xtreme 2 comes in exciting colours such as Midnight Black, Forest Green and Ocean Blue. The speaker is immediately available at www.JBL.com  and other online and retail channels across the country.

“JBL brings the next generation speakers with the latest technology, attractive aesthetics, and durable designs for the Indian youth. The new JBL Xtreme 2, with its greater, more powerful sound, is the perfect choice for anyone looking for an all-weather companion – whether it be for indoor or outdoor use,” said Sumit Chauhan, Vice President – Lifestyle Audio, HARMAN India.

JBL Xtreme 2

JBL Xtreme 2 comes with a bold new design in a rugged fabric coupled with an IPX7 rated, fully waterproof feature that allows the user to even submerge the speaker in the water, making it a perfect choice for beach and swimming pool parties. With the addition of newly designed 3D bass radiators and upgraded drivers, users can not only hear powerful, room-filling sound but also physically see and feel it.

The speaker’s built-in rechargeable 10,000mAh Li-ion battery supports up to 15 hours of playtime, making it a long-lasting musical companion. The JBL Connect+ feature can be used to wirelessly connect more than 100 Connect+ enabled JBL speakers, amplifying the experience through a connected ecosystem. Bluetooth streaming capability allows up to 2 users to connect to the same speaker.

The new speaker incorporates a noise and echoes cancelling speakerphone, allowing it to be used to make clear calls in any environment when paired with a smartphone. It also features a USB charging port, allowing users to charge any smartphone or tablet.

Integrated hooks, a durable metal base, and a bottle opener added to the carrying strap make the speaker a fun and easy-to-transport addition, as well as a perfect audio solution for any home.

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  1. I just love the JBL brand: their products, especially their Bluetooth speakers are astonishing by the quality of the sound they provide and their durability is great too. I didn’t know about the JBL Xtreme 2 but I might try it out someday. Looks like a great product! Thanks for your article!

  2. I generally have no issues if someone wants to play some music on the course. But it needs to be kept at a low level, so its basically only audible at or near the cart, or ones bag IMO.

    Now, during a legit competitive round, I don’t want to have it in my group or any groups near me, because it is actually a violation of the rules, and it can be distracting. I was recently in a competitive event, with a member who was not playing in that event, (just paired up) he played music… I let it go, but wasn’t thrilled about it. I also did not play to my normal handicap that round…not the music’s fault. He did keep it very low however.

  3. The new speaker incorporates a noise and echoes canceling speakerphone, allowing it to be used to make clear calls in any environment when paired with a smartphone.


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