From what we heard from Indoor Cycling studios and Spin Studios, and even regular fitness centres the JBL Boombox 2 is the biggest “no brainer” in the fitness industry. Instead of spending. thousands on a sound system for their studio all they need is one or two JBL Boomboxes and they are in business. Excellent sound and they you can connect two together wirelessly within seconds.
The JBL Boombox 2 Is an awesome and professional sound system that is extremely affordable and is recommend for any studio or outdoor event. Remember. Many have paid thousands on “sound systems” but CANNOT take that sound system to their next outdoor event. The JBL Boombox sound system is portable, it doesn’t get sweeter then that.
For starters. The JBL Boombox is made to be the most powerful, portable Bluetooth speaker, JBL Boombox delivers monstrous sound along with the hardest hitting bass
You can enjoy music for 24 hours without missing a beat due to the massive 20, 000mAh battery and dual charge system. Which means you can charge your external devices anytime and keep music rockin !!!
Not only is it your number one choice for your fitness events, but it is rugged enough to handle your wildest tailgate party, The JBL boombox is IPX7 waterproof, which withstand any weather and even the most epic pool parties. That is correct. It is also waterproof !!!!
Instructors and Studio owners don’t have massive budgets to spend thousands on a sound system. However good, powerful, clear sound is important. Which is why the JBL Boombox is number one. For only a few hundred dollars you get an excellent system. JBL Boombox has incorporated four active transducers and two JBL bass radiators, which means that the JBL boombox delivers monstrous sound along with hardest hitting bass that you will not only hear but also see!!
We only need one JBL Boombox for our Studio and outdoor classes of 30 participants. Our other choice was to pay thousands for a “sound system” with involved renovations, wires, electricity, etc etc. We are even thinking of buying two which even makes the experience even better. While we save thousands. We got ours from JBL themselves, and we make no money sending you to their site. We just want you to offer the BEST FITNESS CLASS or EVENT EVER. Which is why we are highly-respected and leaders in the fitness community.
For those who like videos. Here is a video review which I am sure you will find helpful
When our JBL Boombox is not at the studio, we use it outdoors to entertain
This design of the JBL Boombox 2 is almost a carbon copy of the previous model. In fact, had we put the two together next to each other, it would’ve been hard to pick them out, though JBL wisely changed a few accents to make them less identical.
For instance, the JBL logo on one side now has an exclamation mark, while the underside of the handle has a little extra color to it.These are definitely subtle cues, especially when you throw in the fact JBL is sticking to both the black and camo variants, leaving no room for any other funky color options.
The Boombox 2 is also almost exactly the same in size and weight. It’s slightly heavier at 13 lbs. and a smidgen bigger at 10.1 x 19.5 x 7.9. The handle is of the same sturdy material, holding together the big cylindrical design.
The guts inside are equally familiar. You get two passive radiators on the ends with dual 20mm tweeters and two 4-inch woofers under the hood to pump out the big sound. It doesn’t look JBL used different components beyond the newer Bluetooth transmitter that we’ll get to later.
Buttons are laid out in much the same way, except for a couple of minor shifts. JBL moved the Bluetooth button to share with power, while it’s old spot is taken up by the PartyBoost button. You also get play/pause and volume up/down buttons, along with LED indicators at the bottom to show battery life. Double-clicking play/pause skips a track, but for some reason, JBL didn’t map it to repeat a track with a triple-press after failing to do so with the previous Boombox.
The back ports retain the same layout, too. You get the power adapter, 3.5mm Aux-In, a USB port to charge phones and other small gadgets, along with a microUSB port for servicing.