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JBL Partybox 300 (refurbished) - $288

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Normally $500 new, and refurbished goes for $310+ on Ebay/Amazon. Since Woot is selling it, slightly better quality guarantee for refurbished.

I bought two to make a portable pair.

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Nice deal!
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Almost bought one of these around Black Friday until I realized it has no IP rating / isn't rated for any water resistance. Big deal breaker for me and really hope they come out with a water resistance model so because these things sound absolutely incredible.
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Almost bought one of these around Black Friday until I realized it has no IP rating / isn't rated for any water resistance. Big deal breaker for me and really hope they come out with a water resistance model so because these things sound absolutely incredible.
I would say the boom box is the way to go...much more portable nearly the same price and you can connect two wirelessly via jbl app

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I would say the boom box is the way to go...much more portable nearly the same price and you can connect two wirelessly via jbl app

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...eaker.html
Right those are great as well and the Aiwa too. But it also depends on the use case though as these things are huge (in a good way) and sound amazing as a portable solution. It can also fill in as a PA system, or even used for a guitar. One guy on YouTube connected two guitars and two mics and used an RCA cable to connect the two speakers. For me these are going to be HT speakers in a spare room, and used for outdoors (projector/camping) during the summer. Cheapest I saw refurbished in Amazon during BF sale was $305 so this was the tipping point for me. Slightly more expensive than the Partybox 100 for $249 that was on sale at the time.
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The JBL boom box tube has better sound, this is all about bass -shitty mids and highs.
In your opinion....
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I have the 100 that thing is awesome! Paid $239 and use it all the time for barbecues and parties!
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Anyone know how long this lasts about on battery?
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Anyone know how long this lasts about on battery?
Longevity and Battery

The JBL PartyBox 300 comes equipped with a built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion 74.88Wh battery (equivalent to 7.2V 1040mAh), which takes roughly 5 hours to charge and gives a playtime of around 18 hours. The playtime will vary depending on volume levels and LED usage, so if you're blasting it at high volumes and using 'party mode' in LED profiles expect fewer hours of battery life. The PartyBox 300 also has a detachable AC power cord, which comes included, so you can keep the light and sound show going indefinitely. The speakers USB port can also be used as a docking station to charge your smartphone or tablet
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Longevity and Battery

The JBL PartyBox 300 comes equipped with a built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion 74.88Wh battery (equivalent to 7.2V 1040mAh), which takes roughly 5 hours to charge and gives a playtime of around 18 hours. The playtime will vary depending on volume levels and LED usage, so if you're blasting it at high volumes and using 'party mode' in LED profiles expect fewer hours of battery life. The PartyBox 300 also has a detachable AC power cord, which comes included, so you can keep the light and sound show going indefinitely. The speakers USB port can also be used as a docking station to charge your smartphone or tablet
Thanks... How did I miss that. Much appreciated
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Right those are great as well and the Aiwa too. But it also depends on the use case though as these things are huge (in a good way) and sound amazing as a portable solution. It can also fill in as a PA system, or even used for a guitar. One guy on YouTube connected two guitars and two mics and used an RCA cable to connect the two speakers. For me these are going to be HT speakers in a spare room, and used for outdoors (projector/camping) during the summer. Cheapest I saw refurbished in Amazon during BF sale was $305 so this was the tipping point for me. Slightly more expensive than the Partybox 100 for $249 that was on sale at the time.
I bought the new Aiwa Exos X8 for 150 and the high and mids sound excellent.
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I bought the new Aiwa Exos X8 for 150 and the high and mids sound excellent.
Does that do stereo?
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