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JBL unveils three new streaming and HDMI-toting soundbars

From premium speakers to home theater sound systems, JBL has got you covered with its revolutionary sound enhancing the technology that makes any room into a party. Now unveiling three brand new streaming and HDMI-toting soundbars, this American audio equipment manufacturer has once again proved to the world that it cannot be beat. Let’s get a look at these new releases and what makes them so amazing. 

The best of the best 

The JBL Bar 2.0, the beefier JBL Bar 2.1 Deep Bass, and a more tech-heavy JBL Bar 5.1 Surround have taken over the market since they dropped earlier this month. With  top of the line revolutionary sound systems, not one but all three new soundbars might just be the best speakers we’ve ever seen. 

Suitable for everyone 

Each soundbar offers Dolby Digital decoding as standard, an optical digital input, plus one HDMI ARC-supporting output. With the best of three being the JBL Bar 5.1 Surround, it is presently priced at $606 and sits over 101cm wide. The also soundbar features five full-range drivers, two side-firing tweeters and works hand-in-hand with JBL’s MultiBeam sound technology to deliver a panoramic surround sound. It comes with a 25cm wireless subwoofer and an HDMI input, as well. 

new streaming and HDMI-toting soundbars
new streaming and HDMI-toting soundbars

Line of excellence 

The JBL Bar 2.1 Deep Bass, priced at $330 produces an impressive 300W of power and includes a 16cm wireless subwoofer to help with bass duties. This model also has an HDMI input but loses the 4K HDR support and streaming options are limited to Bluetooth. Similar to the Bar 5.1, the JBL Bar 2.1 Deep Bass model also has a front display.  

A stripped-back affair

A more affordable option of the trio is the JBL Bar 2.0, priced at a mere $165. At just 61cm long, it’s sure to appeal to those tight on space. Although it has a subwoofer like its siblings, it shares the feature to retain Bluetooth connectivity. 

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