JBL OnBeat Micro Portable Speaker Dock with Lightning Connector and UK/EU Mains Adapter for iPhone 5/5S/5C/6/6S/6 Plus/6S Plus/SE, iPod Touch 5th Generation and iPod Nano 7th Generation - Black
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- Built-in Lightning docking connector
- Fully digital signal path with digital signal processing
- Battery and AC power
- USB port and 1/8-inch (3.5mm) stereo input
- Compact and portable design
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If you've got an iPhone 5 or an iPhone 5s, you've got to get the JBL OnBeat Micro. With the new Lightning dock connector built in, the JBL OnBeat Micro lets you enjoy your music without wires or adapters, and even has a USB port for compatibility with other devices. Compact and portable, the JBL OnBeat Micro can bring the noise from ceiling to floor for up to 5 hours when it's using batteries and allows you to charge your docked device when it's using AC power. The JBL OnBeat Micro is good to go whenever the rhythm hits you.
Introducing the JBL OnBeat Micro, the world's first portable speaker dock with a Lightning connector for your new iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPod touch or iPod nano. The JBL OnBeat Micro features two full-range transducers and built-in DSP (digital signal processing) that combine to deliver dynamic, space-filling sound in a compact package. Perfectly portable for music here, there and everywhere, with a 1/8-inch (3.5-millimeter) stereo input so you can connect to nearly any portable sound source - plus touch-button volume controls and recessed connectors for easy transport - the JBL OnBeat Micro is good to go whenever the rhythm hits you. Capable of rocking the house for up to 5 hours (on battery power) or until the sun comes up (on AC power), the JBL OnBeat Micro also has a convenient USB port that can provide playback from other devices and charge them. And don't worry about running out of electricity. The JBL OnBeat Micro features auto standby (a battery-saving mode that automatically engages after 10 minutes of non-use) and an LED status indicator that lets you know when it's time for new batteries. For convenience, versatility and portability, the JBL OnBeat Micro is hard to beat.
Power Output: 2 x 2 watts
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 73 dB
Input Impedance: 3k ohms
Power Consumption: 20W (maximum); 0.5W (standby)
JBL, a unit of Harman International Industries, Incorporated, designs and builds audio equipment for consumers, the entertainment industry and the automotive industry.
JBL takes its decades of experience making speakers and other equipment for concert halls and other public venues, and uses it to create audio equipment for consumers around the world. You can enjoy a movie, ball game or concert as part of a huge crowd or in your home - but either way, you can catch all of the sounds with superb clarity through JBL components.
JBL OnBeat Micro Portable Speaker Dock
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Tricky to review this one. I think the original price of this is around £90 which is a no go but this can now be bought for around £30 everywhere. At £30 (I paid £20) it's a brilliant buy if you want to charge your phone and listen to a bit of music in a bedroom. The sound is very neutral and doesn't suffer horrible "bass boost" like 99% of other docks. For its size is the best dock I've heard. I auditioned a £700 b&w dock and it's was terrible, not worth £100. Overblown bass, splashy treble and no mid range. The jbl really shines at low volume levels. Really shines. It fails at higher levels though so it won't be good for filling a room. Build quality is superb with rubber rails on the bottom to prevent slipping. The lightning connector is hinged so you don't feel your snapping the internals of the phone when inserting or removing it. It also works with cases too. Not all cases obviosly but if you have an open bottomed case like a lot of the belkin cases you will be fine. If your case has cut outs for the speakers and dock port you may struggle. So why the 3 stars? Most people will want to charge their phone overnight and use it as an alarm whilst it's charging. You cannot do this with this dock.Read more ›
Regarding the sound quality, I also have a Bose Mini bluetooth speaker that cost around 4 times what I paid for the JBL so I am able to compare the sound with that, along with the sound of the previous JBL doughnut. The Bose has a much richer bass and sounds "bigger" and more detailed than both the JBL units, and for general listening sets a bit of a benchmark for this type of product. Listening to the two JBLs side by side there is very little difference in sound quality. Both lack a bit of depth in the bass area and both can sound a bit over-bright when you crank the volume up. When used to play back radio broadcasts the spoken word is clear and natural.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
for its price its defiantly worth it, so loud and charges phone really quick tooPublished 6 months ago by Anthony S
Very pleased, for my desk at work, enough to fill a small/medium room, would use one of JBL's bigger brothers for large/multiple rooms.Published 6 months ago by Craig Warne
Excellent sound quality and looks stylish. Would recommendPublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
These worked and sounded so good that I bought three of them, two for home and one for work. Two out of the three have now failed, just outside of the warranty period. Read morePublished 9 months ago by K. Vine