The Bar 5.0 Multibeam: All-In-One Soundbar from Jbl


The Bar 5.0 Multibeam: All-In-One Soundbar from Jbl

The JBL Bar 5.0 MultiBeam is the most recent expansion to the company’s bar series of items and sees a move away from its closest sibling the JBL Bar 5.1 by dropping the remote subwoofer to focus on delivering a visual experience in a solid all-in-one soundbar.

MultiBeam will probably give a vivid listening experience so owners can “hear and feel surround sound without requiring extra speakers”. Assisting to boost that guarantee of vivid sound is the soundbar’s Virtual Dolby Atmos innovation, which in theory should help recreate the height dimensions of a viable film or TV show’s soundtrack. 

To make up for the absence of a different subwoofer, the Bar 5.0 uses four latent radiators to administer the low end, which adds to the overall room filling impact of the soundbar. 

This across the board soundbar is intended for convenience. It effectively incorporates and works with all multiroom environments and music administrations. Users can remotely stream music, through Alexa Multi-Room Music (MRM), Apple Airplay 2 and Chromecast built in, and Bluetooth. The JBL Bar 5.0 MultiBeam is likewise compatible with all iOS and Android gadgets.


The JBL Bar 5.0 MultiBeam will be available in black from JBL and select retailers in spring, priced at £350. 

JBL Charge 5

The JBL Bar 5.0 isn’t the one new framework the corporate is affirming right now. There’s also the JBL Charge 5, which is a fresh Bluetooth speaker costing $179.95 (£159.99) that will be out in the beginning of March. It gives 20 hours of playback and contains a 7,500mAh battery that can cost exterior units.