JBL Clip 2: Top micro Bluetooth speaker goes fully waterproof
Tv & Audio
JBL's Clip speakers have been among our favorite micro bluetooth speakers.
And the new Clip 2, which comes in five color options and costs $60 is also a winner.
The Clip 2 has a couple of notable changes from its predecessors.
For starters, it's fully waterproof.
It also comes equipped with a real metal carabiner instead of the plastic clip mechanism found on the Clip and Clip+ And finally, battery life has been improved to eight hours from five.
Like those earlier models, this one has a nifty integrated audio cable for devices that don't support bluetooth, and has a built in speaker phone.
On the sound front, I didn't notice a significant improvement, but the speaker still relatively impressive for its tiny size.
And using JBL's connect app, you can now connect two clip [INAUDIBLE] to augment the sound but, you're just going to get more sound not better sound or more bass.
I'm David Carnoy for cnet.com and that's the JBL Clip 2.
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