Thursday, 22 December 2011

Great sound in a tiny package: new JBL On Tour Micro

JBL introduces new look, ultra-portable speaker in time for the party season
This festive season JBL launches the new look JBL On Tour Micro which delivers loud, clear sound from any source. Small, portable and compact, the speaker fits easily in a pocket or handbag, meaning it’s perfect for taking along on your holiday travels this season.

Portable and lightweight, the JBL On Tour Micro, is deceptively powerful, pumping out dynamic, big-system sound that fills any listening space.

Enjoy up to six hours of party music at your Christmas gathering, without being connected to the mains, thanks to a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

Link your On Tour Micro to the one of your friend to increase the sound power and the fun: the headphones connector allows you to connect the speaker to how many others you want!

No matter what model your phone, you can share your tunes using the built-in stereo mini-jack cable. The JBL On Tour Micro even comes with a handy spare cable too.

A mini USB port and included cable means you can charge your JBL On Tour Micro from a laptop or other USB host whilst listening to your favourite tracks.

So with your JBL On Tour Micro you are all set for the party season.

Pricing and availability:

JBL On Tour Micro £34.99

For additional information or to purchase, visit

Key product features:

· Compact, lightweight and portable

· Charge your JBL On Tour™ Micro whilst listening to music

· One charge provides 6 hours of playback

· Rechargeable battery

· Spare stereo mini-jack cable

· Made for iPod and iPhone but can use with any phone

· And much more...


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