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JBL Partybox 110

Bring a whole new dimension to any party with the unique dynamic LED lightrings, synced to the powerful sound and deep bass of the PartyBox 110. Take the PartyBox wherever you go with the splashproof design and plug in a guitar and mic for the ultimate immersive experience. With Bass Boost and loud, powerful JBL Original Pro Sound, your friends won't just hear the music, they'll feel it as 12 hours of playtime keeps the party rocking all day or night. Use the PartyBox app for total control as you stream your tunes wirelessly.

Product Specifications

General Specifications

Output power (W) 160

Audio Specifications

Dynamic frequency response range (Hz) 45Hz - 20KHz (-6dB)

Dimension Specifications

Dimensions (in) 11.6 x 22.4 x 11. 8
Dimensions (cm) 29.5 x 56.8 x 30.0
Weight (kgs) 10.84
Weight (lbs) 23

Control Connect Specifications

Bluetooth profiles A2DP 1.3, AVRCP 1.6
Bluetooth frequency 2.4 GHz - 2.4835 GHz
Bluetooth transmitted modulation GFSK, π/4 DQPSK, 8DPSK
Bluetooth transmitter power ≤ 15 dBm (EIRP)
Bluetooth version 5.1
Please consult the documents for in-depth specs

Documents & Downloads

Videos

What’s in the Box

  • 1 x JBL PartyBox 110
  • 1 x AC power cord (AC plug and Quantity varies by region)
  • 1 x Quick-sSart Guide
  • 1 x Safety sheet
  • 1 x Warranty Card
JBL Partybox 110 - What's in the Box

FAQs & How-Tos

Partybox 110 - Firmware Version 1.28.0/Partybox 310 - Firmware Version 1.32.0
What’s New:
The new Software version will enable Party mode across PartyBox 310 & PartyBox 110 series. 
Stereo mode will still only work when 2 PartyBoxes of the same model are connected. 
Is this Partybox Supported by the JBL Partybox App?
This model is supported by the JBL Partybox App.
Download the JBL Partybox App from the App Store or Google Play Store and install it to use the following features:

SETTINGS: OTA update | Firmware Version | Quick Start Guide

REMOTE CONTROL: Music playback – Play/Pause & Skip Track | Karaoke – Bass/Treble/Echo | DJ sound effect – Here you can swap which samples will play when you hit the three Sound Effect buttons on the top panel, or play all of the available sounds on one screen | Top panel control | Source select | Bass Boost – On/Off

LIGHT SHOW: Fully customize your light show in real time – Change light themes and animations to suit your mood | Turn animations on or off | Turn the strobe on or off | Customize color (preset or color palette) | SOLO mode

GET LOUD: Connect in TWS, switch Stereo channels and enable Party Mode
PARTYBOX 110: Software Update Release Notes
PARTYBOX 110
Software Update Release Notes
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Version:  1.35.0
Release Date:  September 19, 2022
Release Media:  OTA (over the air) Automatic Upgrade

What's New
Added the device analytics function.  Now users can share data regarding how they are using the product.
How to Reset

Resetting the Partybox to Factory Settings

  1. Press and hold "Play" and "Light" buttons for > 10 seconds.
  2. The Partybox will power off and back on and is now reset.
Does my Speaker have Speakerphone/Voice Assistant Functionality?
This product does not feature speakerphone or voice assistant functionality as it does not have a microphone.
PartyBox TWS Information
It is possible to pair two of the same model of JBL PartyBox speakers together through TWS (True Wireless Stereo) mode.

PartyBox On-The-Go/100:
Connect just the left PartyBox with the chosen device first, with the right PartyBox turned off. The speaker that is connected first will automatically be the left channel. Now turn the right PartyBox on and continue with TWS pairing (detailed below).

PartyBox 200/300/1000:
A button (L/R) on the rear of the speakers is used to assign the correct channel to the speakers after pairing is made.
In order to activate TWS mode, press and hold the Bluetooth button on the first speaker until the notification chime sounds, about 5 seconds. Then press and hold the Bluetooth button on the second speaker until the notification chime sounds (as seen below). TWS mode is now activated. To disable TWS, press and hold the Bluetooth button on either speaker, or power off one speaker.
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Partybox 110/310/710/Encore/Essential:
Press the buttons labelled TWS on both speakers to connect the speakers in TWS mode (pictured in item 2 in the image below, with two speakers on the button).
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TWS can be activated and deactivated remotely in the JBL Partybox app, in addition to assigning the left and right channels to the correct speakers.
Once the TWS connection is setup, it will be in Stereo mode by default if both speakers are the same model, otherwise the speakers will be in Party mode by default if different Partybox models are used. You can also switch between Stereo and Party mode in the JBL PartyBox app if two of the same Partybox models are used.

Please note: In order to achieve TWS mode, the speaker must be the same model with the exception of the PartyBox 200 and PartyBox 300 which can be paired together via TWS. You cannot achieve TWS with a PartyBox 1000 and a PartyBox 300. You cannot achieve TWS with a PartyBox 100 and PartyBox 200. However, it is possible to connect a maximum of two of either the Partybox 110, 310, 710 or Encore/Essential together in Party mode - the two speakers then do not need to be the same model, but Stereo mode will not be possible.
PARTYBOX: Uneven Volume & Sound with Instruments & Microphones


If you are experiencing sound fading in and out (pumping) or volume levels changing while playing your instrument, this is known as limiting. The sound being sent into the PARTYBOX may be too loud which will cause the limiter in the speaker to kick in. This can cause the volume levels to dip. This is done to protect the speaker from playing louder than it’s rated output, and it likely means that the instrument input level on the PARTYBOX is set too high. Please perform these steps to calibrate your input level and to prevent pumping:

 

  1.  While music is playing via BT or line input, set the volume on the PARTYBOX to a comfortable listening level.
  2. Stop playing the music.
  3. Turn the instrument/guitar input volume on the PARTYBOX all the way down.
  4. Connect the instrument to the instrument/guitar input on the PARTYBOX.
  5. Set the volume on your instrument to max.
  6. Start playing the instrument and begin turning the instrument/guitar volume on the PARTYBOX up. The instrument should sound perfectly normal without any pumping or swelling. Continue to turn up the volume until you start to notice pumping or swelling. When you hear this, turn the volume back down a little bit until the pumping completely stops. You have now calibrated the input level for that instrument. During this step, as you are turning up, if it gets too loud, turn down the main volume on the PARTYBOX to a comfortable level, and then continue.

You should now use the main volume on the PARTYBOX to set the loudest volume for your instrument and can use the volume control on your instrument to adjust the level up or down.

 

NOTE: Whenever connecting a different instrument, you will likely have to repeat this process as all instruments (guitar pickups) have slightly different output levels. This is how you can ensure maximum performance out of your PARTYBOX.

TWS Mode Capabilities and Restrictions
You can connect two of the same Partybox models (e.g. 2 x Partybox 310, or 2 x Partybox 100) together in TWS Mode by pressing and holding the Bluetooth button on both speakers for 5 seconds, or by pressing the dedicated TWS buttons on the rear panels of both speakers on the Partybox 110, 310 and 710. It is possible to pair two different Partybox models together using a wired connection (e.g. 1 x Partybox 310 and 1 x Partybox 100). It is also possible to pair two Partybox different models wirelessly in Party mode, however this is only possible with the newer Partybox models - the Partybox 110, 310 and 710. The Partybox 200 & 300 can be paired in TWS mode as they are the same model apart from the presence of a battery in the Partybox 300. If you connect an instrument or microphone to one Partybox speaker while using TWS, the instrument or microphone connected to one speaker will be reproduced by this speaker alone. You will not hear the instrument or microphone in both speakers. If it is necessary to have instruments reproduced by two or more PartyBox speakers, it is possible to use an RCA or aux cable – connected from the RCA, aux or daisy chain outputs on the speaker that the instrument or microphone is connected to, wired to the RCA, aux or daisy chain input of the secondary speaker. Alternatively a small mixing console can be used - connecting audio sources to this mixer and sending the mixed audio signal to the speakers with a wired connection.

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