Unfortunately, choosing between the the JBL Charge 4 and JBL Pulse 4 isn’t that simple. Even though at the end of the day they’re both just speakers… there are some major differences between them. And depending on your needs and what you plan on doing with them, one is going to be better than the other. So today we’re going to be comparing the JBL Charge 4 to the JBL Pulse 4 and see which ones right for you.
Where the majority of JBL’s newer speakers have subtle differences underneath the hood like the JBL Flip 4 to the JBL Flip 5… The JBL Pulse 4 is completely different from the JBL Pulse 3 in almost every way. The JBL Pulse 4 looks completely different and has a completely different speakers set up compared to the JBL Pulse 3. Over all yes the JBL Pulse 4 does out perform the Pulse 3, but I don’t think you have to run out and upgrade if you already have the Pulse 3.
If you’re in the market for a mid sized speaker, you’re probably being over whelmed with options cause there are countless small or no name speaker brands out there. But today we’re going to be looking into 2 mid sized speakers from perhaps the 2 biggest names in this space… and that’s the Sony XB32 and the JBL Charge 4. Even though they’re just speakers, they do have some major differences between them to take into consideration.
Last year when I first reviewed the UE Megablast I didn’t like it at all. But then when I resisted the Megablast 8 months later thanks to some software updates and new features, I liked it a little more even though it still had its problems. But now that we have the Boom 3 and Megaboom 3… I actually really like both of these speakers. I feel the Megaboom 3 is so good, it can actually keep up with the big boys like the Sony XB41 and JBL Xtreme 2.
If you’re in the market for a large portable speaker you’ll might be looking into popular options like the Sony XB41 or the JBL Xtreme 2… or you could be looking into the LG PK7 which essentially is a mash up between the XB41 and the Xtreme 2. You get a light feature and a speaker set up similar to the Xtreme 2. So lets see which of these speakers is worth your money.
In general, Im a really big fan of JBL’s portable speaker line up…but when it comes to their headphones, thats a different story. You could have the best sounding headphones, with the best active noise cancelation, and the best battery life ever, but if they don’t fit well… none of that matters. And thats pretty much the biggest issue I have with the JBL E65BTNC’s.
Today we’re going to be comparing 3 of the most talked about $200 ANC headphones. We have the JBL E65BTNC, the Sennheiser 4.50BTNC and the Sony WH-CH700N. This line up is pretty interesting cause I feel there is no obvious winner here. And since the Sennheiser’s and Sony’s went on sale on prime day for less than $100, I’m willing to bet they’re going go on sale again on Black Friday. And if thats the case drop some turkeys in the comments down below and lets get this video started.
When I first reviewed the UE Megablast a few months ago I didn’t like it at all. It had a whole bunch of missing features, it relied way too much on voice commands, and it just didn’t sound good. The megablast had way too much bass and no mids. But I decided to give the Megablast a second chance. And even though it still has its problems… it actually sounds really good now. So good in fact that I feel its actually up there with the JBL Xtreme 2 with a form factor smaller than the Sony XB41.