Harman lights up your gome party with the JBL Pulse

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“Party like there is no tomorrow!” would have been one of the mantras of the younger ones out there, especially in this day and age where most of us want things instantly, without having to “pay our dues” first. You know what they say, if you want to get something done, do it yourself, and do it correctly. Hence, if you are the regular socialite in your neighborhood and love throwing parties like the Great Gatsby himself, then you would surely need more than an extravagant home. Harman has something special for you that comes in the form of the JBL Pulse, with it being described as being able to “change the way you enjoy music.” Ah well, there is only one particular way to find out whether that is true or not, and that would be to purchase a set yourself.

Just how does the JBL Pulse work? Well, it will firstly ensure that your favorite tunes will be heard, but what’s more interesting is, it will also ensure that your party would be the best in the neighborhood since you will also be seen. Imagine a lightshow that is perfectly synchronized in brightness, alongside the color. That would definitely be something worth checking out ,wouldn’t it?

The JBL Pulse is said to offer gives music that is not only heard, but “seen”, as it merges room-filling JBL sound with an eye-catching, programmable LED light show, all crammed into a tiny portable speaker. You can now bring your favorite tunes with you wherever you go, while enjoying a multi LED light show to boot. To make sure that the JBL Pulse keeps up with the times, it comes with wireless connectivity, streaming your music from any portable device via Bluetooth. The battery of the JBL Pulse itself can deliver up to 10 hours of musical playback wirelessly, or half that amount of time if you want to include a music and light show. Be prepared to fork out $199 for this puppy though.

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