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CES 2013: JBL intros Lightning-compatible speaker docks for Apple devices

At this year’s CES in Las Vegas, JBL will be introducing new Lightning-equipped speaker docks, including the OnBeat Rumble and the OnBeat Mini, for iPad mini, iPad 4, iPhone 5 and the new iPod models. The Bluetooth-enabled JBL OnBeat Rumble is a high-end loudspeaker dock that comes with built-in 4.5-inch down-firing subwoofer to enrich Apple fanboys with high-definition sound for music, movies and games on their latest iOS devices. The integrated HARMAN TrueStream technology guarantees high-quality wireless audio streaming.

With the free JBL MusicFlow app, users can music, edit playlists and dial in EQ settings. The ‘room-rattling’ JBL OnBeat Rumble will start shipping in Spring for a cool $399.  On the other hand, the JBL OnBeat Mini is highly portable and can be carried with utmost ease to any place. The JBL OnBeat Mini portable speaker dock with Lighting connector features two full-range transducers and integrated digital signal processing to produce quality sound.

The JBL OnBeat Mini offers up to 5 hours of playback and comes with a battery-saving auto-standby feature that turns it off is its stays idle for 10 minutes. Available in black or white, the JBL OnBeat Mini will cost $149 when it starts shipping in March.

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