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Compact size. Big sound

The JBL GO brings JBL quality sound everywhere. Your all-in-one speaker solution, the GO streams music via Bluetooth from smartphones and tablets, powered by a rechargeable battery with up to 5 hours of playtime. It is also equipped with a convenient noise-cancelling speakerphone, allowing you to pick up calls without turning your speaker off. Available in 8 vibrant colors with a smooth and durable double-injection finishing, the JBL GO provides exciting, eye-catching contrast wherever it goes and easily compliments anyone’s style. A built-in strap-hook and optional carrying strap, allows you to bring your music everywhere. In a world where style and audio go hand in hand, the JBL GO is everyone’s perfect companion.

Item# JBL GO

Device Compatibility

Bluetooth Yes

General Specifications

Weight (kg) 130 g
Bluetooth version 4.1
Support:A2DP V1.2, AVRCP V1.4, HFP V1.6, HSP V1.2 Yes

Audio Specifications

Transducer 1 x 40mm
Output power 3.0W
Frequency response 180Hz – 20kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio ≥80dB

Dimensions

Dimensions (H x W x D) 68.3 x 82.7 x 30.8 (mm)
Weight 130g

Battery

Battery type Lithium-ion polymer (3.7V, 600mAh)
Battery charge time 1.5 hours
Music playing time up to 5 hours (varies by volume level and audio content)
  • 1 JBL GO
  • 1 Micro USB cable for charging
  • 1 Quick-start Guide
  • 1 Safety sheet

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JBL Go is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 859.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent i like it's clear sound i want to try it.. and my friends also need to try it
Date published: 2018-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sounds fantastic for it's size Purchased this for playing music at work in my office, so simple to connect to my phone, everyone loves it and several people have bought one for home use. It actually does last the full work shift, i charge for the first hour or so then switch off - so far after roughly 9 months of proper all day constant use the battery has shown no signs of slowing down - been a life saver to be honest, no sure what i would do without it.
Date published: 2018-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing sound quality and great play time I have had this speaker for more than a year and it is perfect for any occasion
Date published: 2018-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wow Brought this about a month ago as it was discounted through my phone provider. Discounted on not this speaker is excellent value for money. The sound fills the room. I am no expert but the sound quality seems very good to me. Easily connects to all my apple devices via bluetooth. No complaints at all. Liked it so much I brought another one as a gift for a friend.
Date published: 2018-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top! Excelent quality/price factor. Easy to carry anywhere, and why very good quality sound.
Date published: 2018-08-01
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My Jbl Go isn't connecting on bluetooth, it doesnt even shows on the phone, and it makes no sound when i turn it off or turn the bluethoot mode, what is wrong with it?

Asked by: Rodrigo233
I just fixed it. Press Power + speakerphone for 30 seconds. Turn the device back on, and it will work!! Try guys, and let me know:)
Answered by: Markientor
Date published: 2018-02-25

I bought a 2-pack of these speakers at Sam's Club, expecting to be able to play them as a stereo pair with my Lenovo E540 laptop. Is that not possible? I am only able to pair one of the speakers with my laptop at a time. Any help?

Asked by: TStarr
Unfortunately, no. The JBL GO does not have the JBL CONNECT feature which allows it to be paired together and produce stereo sound. You can connect 2 JBL GO's together hard-wired using a aux-splitter cable but it will only produce mono audio output.
Answered by: Memen at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-11-04

The red LED is continuously on with or without external power source. Buttons have no effect on it. The speaker is now usable. Is there a way to reset it?

Asked by: SteveP
you can also press and hold the "on/off" button for 30 seconds, i had the same issue...
Answered by: Pikachu
Date published: 2018-07-17

Charging my JBL GO for the first time, red LED indicator turns on and then turns off after 30 seconds, is that normal?

Asked by: Jover
Its not normal. After the first month i bought go, same issue started on my jbl go too. now 6 months passsed and i cant use it. Now when i plug in charge, the red light is goes after 3 or 5 seconds later its definitely manufacturer problem.
Answered by: Yigit
Date published: 2018-10-21

Is JBL Go waterproof ?

Asked by: larka2k22
No, the GO is not waterproof.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-01-03

So I just bought this and it was playing music fine. When I tried to charge it the light turns red (like it should), but when I unplug it the light stays red and it wont turn on. What should I do?

Asked by: Sue123
Hold down the power and speakerphone buttons for 30 seconds and the light will go out. The unit will then work normally.
Answered by: DavidP111
Date published: 2018-10-21

Is it loud enough in a church for congregation of 30 people.

Asked by: Oyemoa
Hi, and thank you for your interest. While GO is surprisingly full in sound, this may be too big a bite to chew. Of course it depends on what you are planning. If you want music playback for 30 people, I would go a little higher, at least to the Flip4, which has two speaker units. But spoken word should be ok. You can always help such small speakers by placing them in corners, near walls, on big tables. That will boost the low notes, and make them project a fuller sound in a more directional manner. I hope this helps.
Answered by: Bo Harman
Date published: 2018-10-21

how can i use audio input cable port of JBL go wireless speakers..

Asked by: rajesh
Thank you for the inquiry. An auxiliary cable would be required. Connect the auxiliary cable to the speaker and the source device. Best Regards.
Answered by: Zoltan
Date published: 2017-12-02
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