All of the speakers discussed here — the JBL PartyBox 100, 200, 300, 310, and 1000 — are excellent party speakers. If you want a portable(-ish) party speaker that provides lots of volume and bass while also featuring a light show, JBL Sound equipment Bangladesh, JBL PartyBox speakers are one of the best options available.
PartyBox 100 is the best value of the lineup, and cheaper than the others.
PartyBox 1000, at the other end of the spectrum, is the top performer but also has the largest price tag.
The middle of the lineup features the PartyBox 200, 300, and 310, which are all similar in performance with some distinctive features. PartyBox 200 lacks a built-in battery, so it requires a constant power source. The 310 also adds wheels for increased portability, an IPX4 splashproof rating, and has slightly higher sound quality.
If you like booming bass and don’t mind the heavy weight (all PartyBox speakers weigh 20+ pounds), any of these speakers is a great purchase.
Quick Buying Guide
PartyBox 100 vs. 200 vs. 300 vs. 310 vs. 1000
The easiest way to decide is based on budget and whether or not you need a speaker with a battery.
- The PartyBox 100, 300, and 310 all have a built-in rechargeable battery. PartyBox 200 and 1000 have no built-in battery, and require a constant power source in order to function.
- PartyBox 1000 retails for more than $1,000. PartyBox 200, 300, and 310 usually sell for about half the price of PartyBox 1000.
- PartyBox 100 is the lightest and the only PartyBox that can be pole-mounted. It is probably the best value of the PartyBox lineup, due to the high performance and low price.
- PartyBox 1000 is the heaviest, loudest, most expensive, and best performing of the lineup.
- PartyBox 200, 300, and 310 are similar speakers to one another. PartyBox 300 is very similar to the 200, except that the 300 has a built-in rechargeable battery. PartyBox 310 is essentially an updated version of the 300, and adds splash-proofing while also being more portable and having slightly higher sound quality.
- Due to the similarities of the 200, 300, and 310, we recommend price shopping based on your needs. If the prices are similar, choose the PartyBox 310, since it is the best of the three overall. If you can save a significant amount of money, the 200 and 300 are both great options. But only choose the PartyBox 200 if you plan to leave the speaker constantly plugged in, and only if it is cheaper than the 300 and 310.
we should mention that every product in the JBL PartyBox lineup has excellent sound quality, especially in the low ranges. . If you are looking for a speaker that gets loud and packs a lot of bass, JBL PartyBox 710 800W Powerful value in Bangladesh, you will be happy with any product in the PartyBox lineup.
The main difference between the 100, 200, 300, 310, and 1000 is just the size and output of the speaker.
The PartyBox 100 is the smallest, lowest-powered speaker on the list. However, it still brings a lot of bass and a lot of volume. If you are DJing parties with hundreds of people, the 100 might be too small of a speaker. But for use in a home, workshop, or small gathering, PartyBox 100 should provide more volume than you need. Many users also feel that the 100 has better overall sound than the 300, with clearer bass and a better soundstage.
The PartyBox 200, 300, and 310 all occupy a middle ground between the smaller 100 and the larger 1000. In testing, the sound quality of 200 and 300 are nearly identical. The 310 has stronger bass and overall sharper sound than the 200 and 300, but by a very slight margin. Unless you test these three speakers side-by-side, you won’t notice a difference. The main difference you will notice between the 200/300/310 versus the 100 is that the 200/300/310 pack more power, and have a higher maximum volume.
Although output power (as measured by total wattage) is generally an overrated and misleading specification, we will list the wattage of each speaker here in case it matters to you.
PartyBox 100 has 160 watts total output. PartyBox 200, 300, and 310 have 240 watts total output. And PartyBox 1000 has 1,100 watts total output.
The PartyBox retails for more than twice the price of the other speakers on this list, and it is noticeably louder and more powerful. The only question is whether it would be better to purchase a single PartyBox 1000 (usually for $1,000+) or purchase two PartyBox 310s and pair them with True Wireless Stereo.
For the same price (or possibly even less) than the PartyBox 1000, two paired PartyBox 310s would offer stereo sound and arguably a better overall setup. Either option is worthy of consideration, it mainly depends on whether you want one large speaker or two smaller ones.
JBL PartyBox speakers are sturdy and well-designed.
The overall design is similar with every product in the PartyBox lineup. They are large, floor-standing speakers with an aux port and inputs for microphones and guitars. All 5 of these speakers also have RGB lighting on the front of the speaker that pulses with the music.
The PartyBox 100 is smaller and lighter than the 200, 300, and 310.And the 1000 is the largest and heaviest of all. The PartyBox 100 weighs a little over 20 pounds, the PartyBox 200, 300, and 310 all weigh between 34-40 pounds, and the PartyBox 1000 weighs just over 75 pounds.
Only the PartyBox 100 has a pole mount, so JBL advertises that it can be used as a PA speaker. Additionally, the lighter weight of the speaker makes it more portable than other models.
Of the 5 speakers being discussed, only the PartyBox 310 and 1000 have wheels. The wheels make the 310 quite portable, considering that it weighs almost 40 pounds. Because the 1000 weighs more than 75 pounds, it is lacking in portability despite the wheels. The wheels feel under-built for the heavy speaker, and some users have reported that the wheels become damaged under the weight of the speaker.
The PartyBox 100, 300, and 310 all have built-in rechargeable batteries. .
The PartyBox 200 and 1000, on the other hand, lack a rechargeable battery. So, both the 200 and 1000 require a constant power source.
The final design difference to discuss is the waterproofing. None of the speakers are truly waterproof, but the PartyBox 310 has an IPX4 rating, meaning it is splashproof. The PartyBox 100, 200, 300, and 1000 all lack a waterproof rating, so you should avoid using them near water.
As mentioned above, the JBL PartyBox lineup includes well-built, sturdy speakers. Based on build quality, PartyBox 100 rates slightly higher than the others. But the difference is so small that it shouldn’t influence your purchase decision.
As is the case with many speakers, the primary cause of failure is power supply issues. There are user complaints of the device failing to turn on, but these are rare, and don’t often occur within the first couple years of use.
The PartyBox 310 has an IPX4 (splashproof) rating, so it is the most water-resistant of the bunch.
The most noteworthy difference between speakers in the PartyBox lineup is the presence/absence of a built-in rechargeable battery.
PartyBox 200 and 1000, as mentioned above, require a constant wired power source.
PartyBox 310 and 300 have the longest-lasting batteries of the bunch. JBL rates both speakers for 18 hours of runtime.
However, this number is dependent on a number of variables. Battery life changes significantly based on whether the lighting is on or off. Also, because the speakers are so loud, it is possible to run them at low volume to preserve battery life. . At 80%+ volume, the 300 and 310 will get close to 10 hours, and the 100 will get less.
Because the 310 charges faster than both the 100 and 300, the PartyBox 310 wins this category.
JBL speaker software is lacking in many ways. Primarily, our issue is the lack of customization and options, even on the app-connected products.
Because all PartyBox speakers are made by JBL, the technology and software are similar for the 100, 200, 300, 310, and 1000. The most significant difference is that the PartyBox 310 is app-connected, and thus features more customization.
To begin, all five speakers have bluetooth connection and built-in lights. The lighting can pulse to the beat of music, which is a great feature even if it’s a bit unnecessary.
All PartyBox speakers also have a True Wireless Stereo feature, which allows you to pair multiple PartyBox speakers. With connected PartyBox speakers, one functions as a left speaker and the one functions as a right speaker (hence the name “true wireless stereo”).
The downside of the True Wireless Speaker feature is that there isn’t cross-compatibility between models. So, you can connect a 100 to another 100, but you can’t connect a PartyBox 100 to a PartyBox 1000. The only exception is the 200 and 300, which are compatible with one another.