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JBL Release Ultra Large Partybox Speaker

JBL has officially released its next level “ultimate party machine”, the Partybox 1000 speaker, to Australian shores, which according to the company, is “guaranteed to bring any house party or outdoor gathering alive”.

JBL Partybox 1000 is now available for purchase at major retailers and on the JBL website for $1,299.95.

Designed with daytime revellers and night owls in mind, the new Partybox 1000 turbo-charge feature provides a full three-way acoustic package for a continuous, bigger sound.

The Partybox’s sharp high-quality sound can effortlessly connect to any smartphone or tablet with a click of a button.

It also allows users to pre-program the night with any favourite playlist using a USB drive.

For an even larger sound, two Partybox 1000 speakers can be connected wirelessly, while its Bluetooth-enabled feature allows for anyone to connect their playlist wirelessly.

To add a more disco feel, it comes with a funky full panel and strobe lighting effects aimed to bring life to the party in any setting, while the added air gesture wristband allows users to control the lights with their hand movements.

The Partybox 1000 also allows you to plug in a mic and guitar for those who wants to take to the stage at any given moment, and comes equipped with vocal fader, key control and echo effect.

For the DJs out there, the integrated 4×4 DJ launchpad allows you to show off your skills by allowing them to launch multiple clips, play drum tracks and control the mixer.

It is also easy to transport with added handle and concealed wheels.

JBL also introduced Partybox’s little brother, the Partybox 100, which is light enough to carry anywhere and comes with a rechargeable battery for longer play.

JBL’s Partybox 100 is available for purchase at major retailers and on the JBL website for $449.95.

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