JBL Boombox 1 Low Frequency Mode Explained

You can change how loud the bass is on the JBL Boombox 1, by turning on and off its low frequency mode. When switched on, this super bass mode makes the passive bass radiators vibrate much more, and adds a low rumble quality to the playing program, that travels pretty far from the speaker. Switching … Continue reading JBL Boombox 1 Low Frequency Mode Explained



JBL Go 3 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass

Currently we know of no way to adjust the extra bass response of the JBL Go 3 Bluetooth speaker, by turning on and off its low frequency mode. But if this were possible, it would make the speaker vibrate much more, and add a louder bass quality to the playing content. Thus if they ever … Continue reading JBL Go 3 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass



How to Turn On Low Frequency on JBL Charge 5

Unfortunately, the usual way to up the bass on the JBL Charge 5 speaker, by turning on low frequency mode does not seem to work. Plus, we know of no other way to switch to this mode. So Hopefully, JBL will re add this feature in a later version of the firmware.  This mode on … Continue reading How to Turn On Low Frequency on JBL Charge 5



JBL Xtreme 2 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass

You can change how loud the bass is on the JBL Xtreme 2, by turning on and off its low frequency mode. When switched on, low frequency mode makes the passive bass radiators vibrate much more, and adds a low rumble quality to the playing program, that travels pretty far from the speaker. How to … Continue reading JBL Xtreme 2 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass



JBL Clip 2 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass

We currently know of no way to adjust the extra bass response of the JBL Clip 2 mini speaker, by turning on and off its low frequency mode. But if this were possible, it would makes the speaker vibrate a lot more, and add a hefty extreme bass quality to the content playing. But if … Continue reading JBL Clip 2 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass



JBL Clip 3 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass

We currently know of no way to increase the extra bass response of the JBL Clip 3 poolside speaker, by turning on and off its low frequency mode. But if this were possible, it would make the speaker vibrate more. It would also  add a surprisingly large bass quality to the content playing.  Indeed if … Continue reading JBL Clip 3 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass



JBL Xtreme Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass

You can change how loud the bass is on the JBL Xtreme, by turning on and off its low frequency mode. When switched on, this super bass mode makes the passive bass radiators vibrate much more, and adds a low rumble quality to the playing program, that travels pretty far from the speaker. How to … Continue reading JBL Xtreme Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass



JBL Charge 4 Low Frequency Mode

You can adjust the bass response of the JBL Charge 4, by turning on and off its low frequency mode. Thus, when ON, this mode makes the passive bass radiators vibrate a lot more.  Further, low frequency mode adds a decidedly “thumpy” quality to the content playing, that makes this speaker sound much bigger than … Continue reading JBL Charge 4 Low Frequency Mode



JBL Flip 5 Low Frequency Mode Explained

You can adjust the lower frequency response of the JBL Flip 5 portable speaker by turning on and off its low frequency mode (LFM). So when this mode is ON, it makes the passive bass radiators move a lot more.  Thus, LFM adds a hefty big-speaker quality to the content playing. How to Switch JBL … Continue reading JBL Flip 5 Low Frequency Mode Explained



JBL Xtreme 3 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass !

You can change how loud the bass is on the JBL Xtreme 3, by turning on and off its low frequency mode. When active, this super bass mode makes the passive bass radiators vibrate a great deal more. Plus, low frequency mode adds a deep rumble trait to the playing program.  Thus, this enhanced bass … Continue reading JBL Xtreme 3 Low Frequency Mode, Extra Bass !