Last week I went to the royal capital (also known as Fjollträsk) and participated in a product demo signed by JBL. I had no real expectation and I was not interested in this as "smart speakers". However, I was so impressed that I did not think where this technology was heading. .
Because I am a educated conservative person, I know that I am changing and loving too much, and I feel accustomed and familiar. It is information I have never read. This is how I work and I did not buy smart speakers or combine them with Google Home / Assistant (ie not working well like iTunes Music) for future purchases. In the same vein, I followed the development with some curiosity and saw 22% of the US population breathe. This technology from TV (USA) makes it the most creative launch.
Fjollträsk's product exhibitions were centered around everyday life in the regular (current) Penthouse in Odenplan, and comedian and program leader Jakob Öqvist (most famous in Wake with NRJ) spent his life around JBL's lifestyle skills . He woke up at 7:40 pm. Instead of manipulating the iPhone X by a quarter (as he always did before using the smart JBL speakers), he started the morning by saying "Hello Google" for the second time. Turn on the lights in the apartment, start the coffee machine and read the weather. He then asked JBL Link 20 (and Great Britain Link 500) to start the TV, play Bodyguard (BBC) on Netflix, and then play Link 500 on all the speakers in the house to play Swedish House Mafia.
After this, with the help of our Google assistant, we sneaked into the floor and got a chance to control the house. I turned on the lights, turned on the dishwasher, and turned the awful terrible house music to Best of John Mayer through Spotify (from all speakers) thanks to Philips Hue. And despite the feeling of new technology that causes childhood illness and painful new problems, the "smart house" seemed to be rude, and it is clear that we have experienced something that will become a standard in our home in the future. But on my way home I started to think so. Is this what I really want? Do you want to talk about technology at home? Would you like to remove the voice command instead of controlling your lighting and music selection with your phone (or Apple Watch 4)? The answer is & # 39; No & # 39 ;. JBL's product display was very impressive, but today I do not feel like starting a loudspeaker at home. As a matter of fact, skepticism about my own use does not mean that Link 20 mid-range speakers are not good. Contrary. It is wonderful and here comes my statement.
Link 20 is seen as a symbolic JBL logo embellishing the center of JBL Flip 4 and solid rubber threads and speakers. Link 20 is at the top of the Google Assistant logo and volume buttons, and the tank obviously does not require anyone to use the button, but instead asks you to raise or lower the volume instead of the speaker.
How does it work? Very easy. By loading Google's free apps, launching speakers and implementing Sonos' fragile and easy installation process, you'll learn how to recognize speech from your speakers. Then start the conversation and start talking with the speaker by starting with the spoken command "Hello Google". When the speaker listens, the four buttons flash at the top of the speaker, and the indicator flashes again before the command or the question is answered / prompted. At the time of the exam I had a lot of questions, like the presence of a pit, the sound of a pig, who is Petter Hegevall (eg, ego!), And many other meaningless questions, as well as Alexa and Siri. An assistant who finkammar the internet to find answers to what you are wondering. Of course, this means Link 20 and all other Link speakers require wi-fi. This is a small number. It would be nice if you can rotate in Bluetooth and use the net on your cell phone instead. Another part of the speaker that I think is that there is no 3.5mm input.
Fortunately, the Link 20 is just as good as the JBL Charge speakers, as well as the editorial favorite JBL Boombox, so the benefits are much greater than the minus points, as they provide a truly satisfying, warm, and bottom-up sound. As usual, unlike Americans, it is almost impossible to hear or experience the sounds. Link 20 is very similar to Bose wireless speakers. It is really good news. There is also a shock-proof and waterproof feature tested during the display with the speaker set in the shower.
JBL is the first of a really big manufacturer to jump into a smart train, and Link 20 is no doubt a quality product. Wraps, durability, durability, versatility and, like JBL speakers, delivers a lovable sound image.