Louder, more powerful sound
The beat goes on with the JBL Flip 6 2-way speaker system, engineered to deliver loud, crystal clear, powerful sound. Its racetrack-shaped woofer delivers exceptional low frequencies and midrange, while a separate tweeter produces crisp, clear high-frequencies. Flip 6 also features optimized dual passive radiators for deep bass, fine-tuned using Harman's advanced algorithm.
Crank up the fun with Party Boost
PartyBoost allows you to pair two JBL PartyBoost-compatible speakers together for stereo sound, or link multiple JBL PartyBoost-compatible speakers to truly pump up your party, wherever you go.
JBL Portable app
Maximize your audio experience with the JBL Portable app. Get updates and product support straight from your phone, then unlock features, amplify your audio, or tweak your bass from the app for total control over your sound.
¹IP67 waterproof rating. Can be immersed in water up to 1m for up to 30 minutes.
²Battery life and charge cycles vary with use, settings, and other factors; actual results will vary.
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djteddymac · 10 days ago
Ever since the first iteration of the JBL flip, I've always found the each version to be one of the best Bluetooth speakers available. They just keep getting better and better. I was a bit hesitant to purchase the 6, because some reviewers online said there wasn't a big difference between the 5 and the 6. Trying the speakers out on the display at the store, I couldn't really tell. The 'Black Friday' deal enticed me to try out the Flip 6. Boy are the other reviewers wrong, and the in store display/demo's don't do it justice. I'm so glad JBL evolved this into a 2 way speaker. The sound is so much clearer thanks to the addition of the tweeter! This was the only change I had mentioned on my review of the Flip 5, add a tweeter! .... and they did. Now this thing is complete, and with the addition of the EQ feature on the 'JBL Portable' app, I have no idea how they're going to one-up this version. There isn't anything I would change regarding the sound/technology. Only minor complaint is the giant JBL logo on the grill, I miss the discreet orange square. But, I get it branding is key and it's important to distinguish between the models (which have been pretty much visually unchanged since the beginning) If I were to guess as to the changes on the FLIP 7 (not that the 6 needs anything changed); I'd say either more power, or a bigger battery. A change in the quantity or size of drivers would most likely result in a form factor change, which wouldn't fit within the product line. So I really have no idea.
· 12 days ago