It’s almost been two full years since the release of the JBL Pulse 2, and they’ve now “elevated” the concept by improving both the LED light and the sound components. The bottom half of the Pulse 3 provides 360o sound via its three drivers and dual passive radiators, while the top half is dedicated to providing a 360LED light show.

Battery life has also been improved, with the new version offering up to 12-hours of playtime, and that’s with lights engaged. The speaker is rated to IPX7 so you can lightly submerge it in a pool, or clean it with running water without any qualms.

Need even more sound than a single Pulse 3 can provide? Then you’ll be keen to know that the speaker supports JBL Connect+ technology, meaning you can connect it to more than 100 other JBL Connect+  enabled speakers. Other than sharing what you’re playing, the Pulse 3 can also share the light show you’re running. Just imagine the scene – a wall of speakers playing music and lights in perfect sync. A full light show in your own home.

the Pulse 3 is available in a choice of Black or White.

the Pulse 3 is available in a choice of Black or White.

Of course, the Pulse 3 also contains a noise and echo cancelling microphone, so you can use it as a speakerphone to take and make calls with just a touch of a button. The JBL Pulse 3 is available now for $339 in a choice of black or white from all major retailers and on Lazada.

Watch the video below to see it in action.

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