1. JBL Flip 2

    JBL Flip 2

    Good performer for the money, but isn’t a fully rounded package

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  2. JBL Authentics L16

    JBL Authentics L16

    A multi-talented speaker for both music and movies, but one that needs better balance, timing and dynamics to take pride of place on our shelf

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  3. JBL Charge

    JBL Charge

    While we’d love deeper bass, the punchy detail, portable design and good price makes this wireless speaker a worthwhile contender

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    Available from £95.17
  4. JBL OnBeat Rumble

    JBL OnBeat Rumble

    An energetic, exciting listen, but one that’s starting to sound a little unrefined

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  5. JBL Studio 180

    JBL Studio 180

    We love the upbeat approach, but their performance is too uneven to wholeheartedly recommend

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  7. JBL Soundfly BT

    JBL Soundfly BT

    What it does, it does competently; it just lacks any versatility

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  8. JBL Flip

    JBL Flip

    A sensational blend of portability and performance makes the JBL Flip a belting Bluetooth speaker

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    Available from £49.95
  9. JBL OnBeat Venue LT

    JBL OnBeat Venue LT

    It may be the first of its kind, but it’s already set the bar. The Venue LT is a versatile, talented, and enthusiastic speaker dock

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  10. JBL Studio 530

    JBL Studio 530

    Look past their appearance and you’ve got a fun-sounding yet refined speaker

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  11. JBL Studio 580

    JBL Studio 580

    Unusual looks, but deliver an impressively capable (and fun) sound

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