Another lovely and tough day, another post, but today will be much simpler because I’ll be talking about some amazing items. I am a true audiophile, and many of you who read my posts are aware of how important music is to me. This may be the biggest factor in why I thoroughly like writing about audio equipment. Nothing new here from the last post; I will compare several well-known goods from a company whose goods are well-liked by many of us and whose products we are all familiar with. Sincerely, I think you guys will find this to be one of the greatest articles.
So let me first introduce the topic of this article. JBL Charge 4 and JBL Xtreme 3 will be compared, which will be fantastic. JBL is a well-known company, and occasionally I genuinely wonder how it is that JBL consistently provides the finest with the most cutting-edge concepts and such high-quality products. I am confident that it is not a coincidence since they are skilled at what they do and go out of their way to win over their clients. I chose to compare these two speakers for a variety of reasons because I know many of you are interested in doing so.
I realize that my introductions are lengthy enough. However, I am a chatty person and I enjoy conversing a lot. Although I am aware that sometimes this is not essential, I can’t help it; it’s okay. But enough; let’s go on to the meat of this post and provide you with some crucial details that you will find helpful.
Meet the Speakers
Since everyone is aware of how much I enjoy introductions, I can’t skip this section without giving one. Therefore, I’ll start by giving a brief overview of the items so you can learn the basics and get comfortable.
JBL Charge 4 – Short Introduction
When it comes to JBL speakers, I can state that the Charge series is the finest. On June 30, 2019, JBL Charge 4, an update to prior versions, was introduced. Numerous cutting-edge features were offered, and the ear catching JBL sound was significantly improved. Still one of the best waterproof speakers available, you can use it without issue in any air conditioning or take it to the beach without worrying about it thanks to its waterproof function. Just keep reading the post to find out more about this fantastic product.
JBL Xtreme 3 – Short Introduction
Due to its powerful sound, the JBL Xtreme 3 is always a fantastic choice and is a speaker that is geared for parties. This superb ultra-portable speaker has a lot to offer and will keep us happy. I can go as far and say as one of the best portable speakers around, not only the portability makes it great but also the immersive stereo sound.
With JBL Xtreme 3, you may enjoy your party atmosphere to the fullest and have a better music experience because it is a wireless speaker designed to handle a variety of listening conditions. This speaker was introduced on November 18, 2020, therefore we can infer that it is still a brand-new item.
JBL Charge 4 vs JBL Xtreme 3 / Comparison -Which One Is Better?
For you to be able to see the differences between them, I will begin to compare them as we all know that JBL speakers are the ones that are used the most globally since they have a lot to offer and a lot of unique features. I’ll begin by discussing their design before moving on to the functionality and quality sound
How do they look? – Design
Since both of these speakers are ultra-portable and made by the same company, I want to start by pointing out how similar their designs and construction are. The exposed woofers and cylindrical design of the JBL Charge 4 make it unique among speakers. The actual controls for the speakers are located on their top. The big silicone door shields the USB and aux connectors from damage. It weighs 2.1 pounds and has measurements of 3.7H x 8.6W x 3.7D inches.
JBL Xtreme 3 is a speaker with a cylindrical form and an ultra-portable design that makes it simple to carry anywhere you desire. A connected shoulder strap, metal hooks that are placed on top, and a waterproof fabric speaker net cover the speaker’s surface. This speaker comes in a variety of colors. It is 5.4H x 11.8W x 5.3D in size, and it weighs 4.4 pounds.
How much can the speakers withstand? – Durability
Durability is a crucial factor because these speakers are portable and we can take them anywhere. Since they are both constructed of carbon fiber, they are impervious to liquids and dust. Since they are both IPX7 certified and won’t be harmed by water, you can simply bring them to any pool party or beach. In conclusion, both of these speakers are quite sturdy, and JBL did a fantastic job here.
How to use them? – Connectivity and Battery Life
For audio devices to connect quickly to any device we choose, connectivity is a crucial component that always plays a significant part in the design of these devices. Both of these JBL speakers are Bluetooth speakers for obvious reasons, however, I should point to you that there are variances in the Bluetooth versions that they support. A Bluetooth speaker always differs from another.
The JBL Charge 4 is Bluetooth 4.2 compliant and supports AAC and SBC codecs, however, there are no connectivity issues at all when using it with other Bluetooth-enabled devices.
While the JBL Xtreme 3 is Bluetooth 5.1 compatible and also supports AAC and SBC codecs, one thing to keep in mind in this situation is that Bluetooth 5.1 has a far greater operational range than Bluetooth 4.2, making it more powerful.
Both speakers have sufficient long enough battery life. The JBL Charge 4’s battery life will last for 20 hours whereas the JBL Xtreme 3’s battery life will last for 18 hours.
So yeah the difference in battery life is just 2 hours.
How do they perform? – Sound Quality
At the end of the day, I always say, “Quality Sound is all that counts,” so let’s compare these speakers to find which one has superior Quality Sound.
The JBL Charge 4 features a single driver over dual passive radiators, has a powerful bass end and sounds better in bigger rooms or open spaces. It also gets quite loud, which is why it got the name “party speaker.” There is a remarkable consistency of substance and texture across the mids and treble, and the highs are very beautifully represented, allowing you to hear the voices and instruments quite clearly and precisely.
When compared to many other speakers, like the JBL Charge 4, the JBL Xtreme 3 is more potent and remarkable since it boasts four bass drivers. JBL Xtreme 3’s audio performance has never let us down. No matter how complex the musical arrangement is, the highs and mids are well-balanced and never seem out of place.
Specifications of the Speakers
JBL Charge 4 – Key Specifications
Frequency range: 60Hz – 20kHz
Watts speakers: 30 Watt
Battery capacity: 7500 mah
JBL Xtreme 3 – Key Specifications
Frequency range: 53 Hz – 20kHz
Watts speakers: 2 x 25 Watt
Battery capacity: 10000 mah
My article comes to a finish with these closing remarks for these two outstanding speakers. As you can see, I am unable to declare one of these goods to be the clear winner since they are so comparable, extremely durable, and capable of having outstanding features. Of course, some minor variations may aid you in making the best choice. I try to provide you with as much information about these speakers as I can to make your choice appear simpler, and I believe that this post will be extremely beneficial to you.
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