The differences in sound, compared to the previous iterations, probably aren’t massive, though JBL does claim the Xtreme 3 has four improved drivers and two Bass Radiators, helping it to deliver an "even bigger immersive stereo sound".
Three of JBL’s Bluetooth speakers have gotten new version numbers: the ultra-loud JBL Xtreme 3, as well as the tiny JBL Clip 4 and JBL Go 3.
The JBL Xtreme 3 will be available in the U. S. in November for $349. 95; JBL Go 3 is coming in October for $39. 95, and JBL Clip 4 will be available in December for $69. 95, all three on JBL. com. is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company.
JBL Xtreme 3 is also PartyBoost-compatible, meaning you can pair two such speakers to get stereo sound, or more (up to hundreds, for a really big party).