Programable LED Lights for the Best Bluetooth Speaker Lightshow
If you like to groove to the beat when you listen to your tunes; you’re going to fall in love with the JBL Pulse LED model. This baby displays the best Bluetooth speaker lightshow of all. You can customize both the brightness and the color patterns to enhance your overall listening experience. The speaker has 7 buttons that control the colors and additional buttons that control the brightness. You can display the lights in a single color of your choice or go for a multi-color setup.
Sit back, relax, and watch the show as your wireless speaker flashes to the beat of the music. It features 5 pre-programmed themes and many more settings that you can download. With 12 watts of power, you can turn your basement, den, or garage into a party space. Here are some additional features:
The lightshow is pretty cool, but what about the sound? Not to worry, the JBL Pulse LED pumps out enough volume to overcome 70 DBA background noise. With two 40mm drivers combined with a custom tuned bass port, this speaker offers a high-end sound. With a 320 degree cone, you can hear the music loud and clear just about anywhere in the room.
Fast & Easy Pairing
With some Bluetooth speakers, I find myself stumbling around trying to pair my phone with the speaker and getting very frustrated. Not so with the JBL Pulse LED, it’s super easy to setup and pair with your iPhone or iPad. In fact, it’s so simple even I can do it.
Quick Charge Battery
The battery charges fully in about 3 hours but you can continue to use the speaker while it is charging. The battery is a high-end rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery. With a full charge, the average user can go 5 or 6 days without needing a re-charge. That makes the JBL Pulse LED model a truly portable Bluetooth speaker.
It’s an awesome lightshow with quality sound. The price is a little bit higher than some of the entry level brands, but you can count on quality & reliability with any JBL product. Other cheaper brands may vibrate and rattle at high volumes, but not the JBL Pulse LED. If I had to say anything negative it is that the lowest volume setting may be too loud to use on the nightstand when you’re trying to fall asleep.