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JBL’s got a bunch of new peripherals this holiday for your audio-obsessed friends, now available from Engadget by Ben Gilbert

 

After going ears-on  with some of JBL’s new holiday wares recently, today the company announced availability for four such products ahead of the impending/already-in-progress holiday shopping season. The Soundfly portable speaker ($179 to $199), the OnBeat aWake iPad dock ($139), the OnBeat Venue Bluetooth loudspeaker ($199), and the J Series headphones (which come in a variety of styles and prices, from $39 to $149) are all now available. Sadly, despite the introduction of Apple’s new connection port earlier this year, all of JBL’s offerings this year are only compatible with the original, 30-pin connector — something to considering when purchasing gifts for your early-adopter audiophile friends. Said wares are sold through JBL’s website , as well as via your local brick-and-mortar.

Gallery: JBL SoundFly BT and Air eyes-on 

     

 

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