JBL Link 300


Voice-activated speaker

£249.99249.99 each
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Immersive JBL sound with the Google Assistant

The JBL Link 300 is a voice-activated speaker with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® enabled that delivers incredible room-filling sound from a compact design. It has the Google Assistant built-in. It’s your own personal Google. Always ready to help. You can ask it questions. And tell it to do things. The more you use it, the more useful it gets. Just start with “Ok Google” – a simple voice request triggers your JBL Link 300 to play music, podcasts or radio from services like Google Play Music, Spotify, Pandora and more. To amplify your party, speakers with Chromecast built-in can be grouped together to enjoy the same song in every room.


General Specifications

Output power (W) 2 x 25


Dimensions (in) 9.29 x 5.27 x 6.06
Dimensions (cm) 23.6x 13.4x15.4
Weight (kgs) 1.7
Weight (lbs) 3.74

Control and Connection Specifications

Bluetooth version 4.2


Google Assistant Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Wi-Fi support Yes
Auto-power off Yes
Multi-room Support Yes
Chromecast Built-in Yes
  • 1 x JBL Link 300
  • 1 x power adaptor
  • 1 x power cable

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JBL Link 300 is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 90.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought the refurbished model and have no complaints. Set up was easy and the sound quality is top notch
Date published: 2019-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality!! It is a great product at a great price! Easy set up and user friendly!
Date published: 2019-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good bass and it looks really sharp! I wanted to live with this for a couple weeks before writing a review and I have to say I'm really enjoying it. Initial setup was very easy and it took less than 10 minutes to complete it. I'm new to the google assistant and it responds really well to questions. Now onto the sound, it really is a good sounding speaker. It comes in a very sleek looking shape which allows it to kick out some nice bass! Overall a very nice, very responsive, sleek and solid speaker!
Date published: 2019-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great product for anyone's home. I got this about a month ago. We really enjoy having it. We use it for the alarm,weather,music,news everyday. There are so many features on it, we never get bored using it. I highly recommend this product to any age. My 12 year old son even loves it.
Date published: 2019-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Speaker!! I have to admit, this is my first speaker with google assistance. I have other speakers which have Alexa built in so I had to read up on this Tech. To start this speaker was packaged beautifully. It had plenty of protection within the box it came in. It has a fairly large power transformer for such a small speaker. The speaker stands roughly about 4" high and about 7" wide. The power is plugged into the bottom of the device. There is no power button to this speaker. There is volume on the top, bluetooth button, google assistant button and mic on and off button. Upon plugging it in, it basically gives you verbal cues in order to get it setup. I was prompted to first download the Google Home app. I did this via my iPhone. From there you setup the wifi. The speaker always stays connected to the wifi and the internet. From this step I was asked a series of questions. One of which was where this speaker would be located. I chose to set it up in my bedroom. It is best to have a google account prior to installing everything to make the process move a bit faster. The app allows you to stream music to the speaker via wifi. You can stream spotify, youtube music, Pandora, Tune in, I-Heart radio, musixmatch, Napster music player, and 7 digital music. I had a Pandora account so I tried it with this app. My first impression was that the sound quality was amazing. Such a full sound from such a small speaker. Very clear sound. The sound was very balanced. Not to much of any frequency. Bass was plentiful and clear, not overbearing. The same for the midrange and high frequencies. I then tried youtube music. It stated I needed to pay for an upgraded account in order to link this speaker. That was a bummer!! I then tried to play my music in my phone. I couldn't link it via the internet but I could stream it via bluetooth. To me this was another setback. That means I can't link multiple speakers to hear my music on iTunes music. When streaming via the internet, you can adjust the volume using your phones volume button but there is a delay. I have to say it again. Sound quality is great!! I really enjoy listening to this speaker. I have larger speakers from other manufacturers which are considerably larger. This little speaker sounds like it is allot bigger. I will say I enjoy this speaker over the other larger speakers I own. It simply delivers a fuller sound. The rear facing subwoofer has some considerable excursion!! It stays linear as its moving and doesn't distort when turned up. JBL states the power output is 25+25 watts. Im guessing that means the power is divided between the two speakers, the rear and the front speaker. Crossover points of the speakers are on point. I don't think there are two speakers in the front. I think there is only one full range speaker in the front and a subwoofer in the rear. The google assistant is very cool and very accurate. My Alexa has a delay. Same with Siri. Its like google doesn't have to think. I like how accurate and quick it is. I have not hooked the speaker to any devices in my home yet so I can't say much about how it responds to commands to control other devices. Basically this is a very cool and great sounding speaker. I can talk to it using moderate volume even when 15 feet away. It doesn't ask me questions or think Im talking to it when Im not like my other devices. I am truly enjoying this speaker and will be purchasing a few to put around my home.
Date published: 2019-04-18
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what is the service slot on the bottom of the unit?

Asked by: aaronh
Every time I ask it to set alarm. It would say okay but in the end it would say there's a glitch and to try again in a few seconds
Answered by: Tony the Tiger
Date published: 2019-03-01

Hi, Can I connect the Link 300 to my JBL Control X wireless speakers and to my NAS ( Network Attached System) at home?

Asked by: CGV76
Hi, Thank you for your question. It is not possible to connect the LINK 300 to your JBL Control X Wireless speakers, but the LINK 300 can play music from your NAS server, however, you need to find an app that supports Chromecast connection to play music.
Answered by: Danny HARMAN
Date published: 2018-04-03

Is this able to be linked with a smart tv so that I can use it as an extra speaker for when I'm watching tv.?

Asked by: Lewis88
above answer is wrong. I know that my samsung smart tv will let you use a bluetooth speaker.
Answered by: db999
Date published: 2019-03-19

JBL Link 300 can it be connected directly with tv or laptop with a wire please? thanks.

Asked by: Johnnie
The Link 300 doesn't have any wired connection aside from the power cord.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2019-03-12

Does the JBL Link 300 have an auxiliary input option?

There is no Auxiliary option for the JBL Link 300. You can only connect with it via Wifi or Bluetooth.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2017-12-13

Can you pair these with the JBL Charge 3?

Asked by: Otoniel
You can successfully pair a JBL Link 300 with another Link series speaker  using the Google Home app. However, you cannot pair it with a JBL Charge 3 because they use different technologies for pairing. The JBL Link series makes use of Wi-Fi while the JBL Charge 3 uses the JBL Connect/Connect+ feature. 
Answered by: Paulo C
Date published: 2018-06-06

Would the new Link 500 be overkill if used in a smaller room?

Asked by: iddy
The JBL Link 500 is preferable for large rooms such as a big apartment room or living room setup. The JBL Link 300 should more than suffice if to be used in a smaller room like a bedroom or a kitchen.
Answered by: Steven M
Date published: 2017-12-19

LInk 300 is rechargeable speaker??  Or have to be plug to the wall all the time

Asked by: Vescuama
The JBL Link 300 & 500 requires to be plugged in all the time as it doesn't have batteries. If you wish to get portable Link speakers, the JBL Link 10 & 20 is for you.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2019-02-27
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