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Ultra Sensitive Power Button
Sedona Hiker · 1 month ago
I replaced my JBL Clip 3 after a year of rugged service hiking and river rafting with the JBL Clip 4 with hopes of the same level of performance. After working with support to get the correct JBL Clip 4 USB-C charging cord <the one included in the new/unopened OEM box was incompatible>. After resolving the charging issue, I've noticed the design placement and sensitivity of the power button makes this a frustrating piece of electronics. If you ever so gently brush the power button it shuts off, if you set it down on the table it shuts off, if you have it clipped to your backpack it shuts off, if you even look at it sideways, it shuts off. The power button is just too sensitive, placed in a poor location on the speaker, should have been depressed in the body like the JBL Clip 3 to avoid all these inconvenient power cycles, usually when I'm singing along to my favorite tune. JBL should do more usability testing on their next iteration, I would gladly trade the JBL CLIP 4 in for another JBL CLIP 3 if given half the chance.
WiggleWiggleWiggle · 1 month ago
It's pretty. It's not too large. It's incredibly loud. Holding the speaker against your chest let's you feel the sound wriggle your organs.