Prime Day is upon us, and with it comes a plethora of deals. You'll spot tons of tech sales today, but if you're looking for audio deals, you're in the right place: JBL's Boombox wireless Bluetooth speaker is on sale for $280 ($120 off) on Amazon.
JBL produces dozens of speakers and other audio products designed for outdoor/water use. One of them is the JBL Charge 4 speaker, which is a bit old at this point, but is still an excellent portable Bluetooth speaker. Now you can get it from Woot for just $89.99, and other JBL audio products are on sale too.
In an ideal world, we'd be at the IFA 2020 trade show in Berlin right now learning about Harman and subsidiary JBL's new products in person, but the new reality means we've had to settle for digital briefings this time around. Nevertheless, the company is launching a raft of new products, headlined by new true wireless earbuds with active noise cancellation.
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Now that phone bezels are shrinking and decent front-firing speakers have all but gone away, Bluetooth speakers are more important than ever. JBL makes some good options, including the Charge 4, which is going for $180 new on Amazon right now. Today only though, you can grab a factory reconditioned unit from Woot for just about $90.
If you're quarantined at home, you might enjoy the company of a smart display. It'll help you get through your day, cook, and stay in touch with loved ones. JBL's Link View offers excellent audio quality, combined with a front-facing camera and microphones, letting you enjoy a complete smart display experience. When it came out, the device cost about $300, but it's now down to just $100 at Best Buy.
JBL was one of the first companies to release a third-party Google Assistant smart display. While the JBL Link View certainly produces richer sound than any other Assistant display, the original $250 price tag was hard to justify. Now you can grab a refurbished unit for the low price of $69 from the company's eBay store. Nice.
If you're looking for a speaker to blast your favorite tunes, you should consider the JBL Flip 4. It offers great audio quality, and its IPX7 rating means you'll be able to use it safely by the pool this summer — or in the tub during the winter. It usually sells for $100, but it's down to just $60 at Best Buy.
Parties are nothing without good music. If you want to make a great impression, you should consider getting a JBL PartyBox, which is a massive speaker with built-in LEDs. It's essentially all you need to light up your parties and blast your favorite tunes. With this deal, you can snatch the PartyBox 300 for $380, which is $70 off the price it's been selling for lately.
Sure, you might already have some speakers, but do you have a giant speaker with lighting effects that can create noise complaints from neighbors? If not, you can get a refurbished JBL PartyBox 300 for $287.99 today only from Amazon-owned Woot, which is $212 off the current Amazon price for a new model.