JBL Link Portable
DKK 1.299,00
JBL Link Portable ​JBL 360-graders pro-lyd - Image

​JBL 360-graders pro-lyd

Omgiv dig med musik. Nyd krystalklar diskant, klare mellemtoner og dyb, kraftfuld bas. JBL Link Portable sender lyd i alle retninger takket være en komplet transducer med 360-graders kapacitet.

JBL Link Portable Trådløs afspilning med wi-fi eller Bluetooth - Image

Trådløs afspilning med wi-fi eller Bluetooth

Afspil musik trådløst på din JBL Link Portable uden besvær. Hold musikken kørende med nem wi-fi- eller Bluetooth-streaming, og nyd Spotify, YouTube Music eller Apple Music uden afbrydelser.

JBL Link Portable Håndfri hjælp fra Google Assistent - Image

Håndfri hjælp fra Google Assistent

Bare sig "Hey Google" for at bede Google Assistent om at afspille dine yndlingssange, og få let adgang til al din musik.


JBL Link Portable 8 timers bærbar afspilning - Image

8 timers bærbar afspilning

Lyt til den seneste podcast eller lydbog. Og nyd derefter alle sange på dit yndlingsalbum. Med JBL Link Portable har du stadig masser af strøm til rådighed.

JBL Link Portable Helt vandtæt - Image

Helt vandtæt

JBL Link Portable er IPX7-vandtæt og sikret mod alskens uheld - i hjemmet og på farten.

JBL Link Portable ​Nem opsætning i hjemmet - Image

​Nem opsætning i hjemmet

Du kan nemt opsætte og betjene din JBL Link med den gratis Google Home-app til iOS og Android. Hent, installér og afspil.

JBL Link Portable Opladningsenhed - Image


Det er legende let at genoplade din højttaler. Sæt opladningsenheden i enhver stikkontakt, placer din JBL Link Portable ovenpå, og få musikken tilbage på ingen tid.

JBL Link Portable Stil og substans - Image

Stil og substans

JBL Link Portable ser lige så godt ud, som den lyder. Vælg mellem seks friske farver, så højttaleren matcher din stil.

JBL Link Music
JBL Link Portable


Ladetid (timer)
Ladetid (timer) 3.5

Specifikationer, styring og tilslutning

Bluetooth-version 4.2
Bluetooth-version 4.2


Mål (cm) 11.2 x 13.4
Mål (cm) 17 x 8.9
Vægt (kg) .73
Vægt (kg) 0.74
Mål (inch) 4.4 x 5.3
Mål (inch) 6.7 x 3.5
Vægt (lbs) 1.6
Vægt (lbs) 1.63


Dynamisk frekvensområde (Hz) 60Hz-20kHz
Dynamisk frekvensområde (Hz) 65 Hz - 20k Hz


Charging cable
Charging cable
Genopladeligt batteri
Genopladeligt batteri


Udgangseffekt (W) 1 x 20
Udgangseffekt (W) 1 x 20
DKK 510,00
DKK 1.002,00
DKK 1.299,00

Detaljer & Downloads



JBL Link Portable

JBL Link Portable giver dig JBL's kraftfulde,  dynamiske 360-graders pro-lyd i op til otte timer. Hold musikken kørende med nem wi-fi- eller Bluetooth-streaming overalt i dit hjem. Med Google Assistent kan du bestille musik med stemmen og lytte til Spotify, YouTube Music og Apple Music uden afbrydelser. Bare sig "Hey Google" for at komme i gang. Helt trådløs, vandtæt og robust. Den holder både til stød, tab og sprøjt. Opladning er en leg med den praktiske, brugervenlige base. Fuldend din stil med en af seks iøjnefaldende farver.


Udgangseffekt (W)
1 x 20


Dynamisk frekvensområde (Hz)
65 Hz - 20k Hz


Mål (inch)
6.7 x 3.5
Mål (cm)
17 x 8.9
Vægt (kg)
Vægt (lbs)

Specifikationer, styring og tilslutning

2402 − 2480MHz
Bluetooth sender-modulation
Bluetooth sender-effekt


Spilletid (timer)
Ladetid (timer)


Built-in Wi-Fi
Charging cable
Genopladeligt batteri


Google, YouTube, Google Home og Chromecast built-in er varemærker tilhørende Google LLC.

Det er der i æsken?

  • 1 x Link Portable
  • 1 x Type-C USB-kabel
  • 1 x oplader
  • 1 x sikkerhedsark
  • 1 x lynguide
  • 1 x Garantikort
Det er der i æsken?

Dokumenter og downloads

Bedømmelser og Q&A


Rated 1 out of 5 by from JBL portable. Faulty charging base Wish I had listened to the reviews. The charging base is rubbish and keeps loosing connection, so without warning the battery will go flat. JBL will not simply send out a replacement base, they want the complete unit sending back for repair. JBL you have lost yet another customer.
Date published: 2020-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sounds Amazing Love this speaker, it sounds better than my Apple Homepod Mini. It's probably not worth $180 but at $89 during Black Friday nothing else comes close in terms of price for performance. The microphone is amazing and has never missed me saying hey google once.
Date published: 2020-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! I bought this so when I'm sitting outside in my hot tub I can just speak to it without having to get up and touch the buttons to move songs or change channels/change the volume or whatever else. It's great with the hands-free google assistant built in, it's exactly what I was looking for and the JBL sound quality of course is amazing. I'm actually finding myself walking around in the house with this in my hand sometimes even. This really is an excellent speaker with the voice-activate assistant it's PERFECT!
Date published: 2020-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great sound, not so good mic Bought this guy to replace my original Google Home speaker in the living room (and get some portability). Sound quality is much better than the GH, but the mic sensitivity is bad, with the original GH I'd just speak naturally. with the JBL I need to shout "Hey Google" (and odds out that the GH that is in 3 rooms away) will answer before the JBL that is 3 meters from me will. Other than that, connecting to 5GHz (40 cm from the WIF router) is clunky, so switched to 2.4GHz. oh... and why volume voice commands effect the playback volume, but not the actual assistant responses ?!?
Date published: 2020-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great sound, great charging cradle, great speaker! I've had the JBL Smartlink Portable for a few weeks now. I'd recommend it to anyone. The sound is great and it can easily be picked up and carried around the house. The charging cradle that it sits in is one of the best features. I didn't pay attention to that when purchasing, but it turns out that is a standout feature I wouldn't want to live without. I don't have to plug the speaker in and out whenever I move it, you see. I can just grab the speaker without fiddling with cords and plugs. Fantastic!
Date published: 2020-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Man this thing ROCKS!!! I got this speaker a couple weeks ago, and man this thing is awesome. I have it setup in the kitchen and listen to it when we are cooking breakfast on the weekends and supper every night. I took it to work one day and my wife said I hope you dont plan on leaving it there. JBL never lets me down! The Bluetooth function is great to use anywhere and the kids love the Google Home, It tells jokes to my daughter, and history to my son. I just love the crystal clear tunes coming out of this little masterpiece!
Date published: 2020-03-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very frustrating I did a ton of research to find a waterproof Airplay-compatible speaker to use in my bathroom, after a $50 one that plugged into an Apple Airport Remote audio jack which I purchased at J&R 20 years ago finally gave up the ghost. The only two I found were this and a $400 Sonos. Now Sonos may be the only option. First the documentation is awful - just a "Startup Guide" with no explanation for what most of the different flashing light messages mean. And yes I looked online and there is only a pdf of the same Startup - the Crutchfield customer support who are letting me return this (kudos to them) agreed there is nothing else from JBL. I was able to set it up on Airplay using Apple Home. But out of the six mornings I went to pick it up out of its charging cradle and take it to the bathroom (we are very short on wall outlets in bathroom) it only worked once. Twice it had disappeared from Airplay. Once the battery level light was flashing red - I assume this means dead battery, and that is how it acted when I picked it up from cradle, but again no docs to tell me what it meant. Once the battery level was flashing low after being on cradle all night, and I had to redo the Setup. This morning the power light was flashing, and all my attempts to reset, press, press & hold, etc. on all buttons yielded nothing. Time to return. This thing sucks. BTW I agree with others here who say there seems to be an issue with power as it comes with no USB power 'cube'. I tried plugging the USB Power cable into both the port on the back of an Airport Remote, and also used an old iphone 'cube' plugged into AC. While both seemed to work at first, they both also resulted in what appeared to be dead or low battery.
Date published: 2020-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent addition to link system and google home. This speaker is a really nice addition to my google home. I now have 3 jbl link speakers and the system works very well. I can play music on all speakers throughout my home, or play different music in each room. Hooks up to WiFi easily. Added to google home to control lights, thermostat, and music. The sound on the speaker is excellent for its size. Even at max volume is is very clear, even outside. The charging pad makes it super easy to grab a speaker and bring it anywhere. Really cool speaker.
Date published: 2020-03-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy EVEN if on sale!! Constant issues from the very first day I purchased. Here it is a short time later (< year) and it can't hold a charge. Also Airplay 2 is spotty meaning it plays then just stops (yet no other speakers I have in my home have this issue). And bluetooth??!! forget about it.
Date published: 2023-01-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't use outside! Portable speaker that can't handle the heat. Got this as a bday gift and after a year it died. Found out it was probably because I was using it outside while in my pool when it was hot out and it overheated thus screwing up the speaker. Do not buy!
Date published: 2022-03-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Died just after warranty expired I have bought JBL audio gear for over 20 years and this is the first one that let me down. The audio is tinny and hollow with no low end bass like the Flip or Charge series have. I bought this in June of 2019. Dec 2020 saw it go haywire with blinking lights and no response. JBL said no to repairing it, but did offer me a coupon for a new purchase so I guess that is better than nothing. Overall, I would not recommend buying this speaker.
Date published: 2021-01-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great features, unreliable The Pros - the sound is very good. The feature set is great (in theory). Cons - I have about 10 devices that work with Chromecast. This is hands-down the most unreliable. Because it implements the protocol so poorly, I often find myself using bluetooth. The wireless charging never worked consistently for me. When you see "wireless charging" you're expecting a widely adopted standard, like Qi. No - the base has contacts that need physical contact with the bottom of the speaker. My success rate is probably under 50% getting it to work. I've had the speaker for just over a year, and more recently it's been connecting to devices, but no sound comes out. It requires a hard reboot to work, but even then will just stop after a few minutes. Hard reboots take about a minute. I'm guessing it needs a firmware update, but support from JBL has been terrible.
Date published: 2021-04-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Needs much improvement to be a $180 speaker Have these about a week and they don't stay. charged on the dock I used the new usb cable that came with, weird thing they charged up on the dock then died then after messing with them they charged again and die now I'm jut plugging them directly into the speaker, I have them set up as a pair and they do sound great but they act up they will just stop playing music or not play after saying playing music on YouTube music after that they should start playing and they with just go silent. How is it that JBL can't get this right I've got Google devices all over my house and don't have any issues with them I've got great internet and wifi is strong, firmware has got to be part of the problem fix it. 1 start is for JBL releasing a product that bad at this price
Date published: 2022-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from En god produkt for at nyde dagen Jeg har brugt højtaler for ca 3 uger nu. Jeg har i forvejen Amazon- Alexa stemme højtaler. Jeg har sammenlignet JBL Link Portable med Alexa. Der er ikke særligt forskel mellem de to højtaler, som fordel vil jeg sige med JBL er at den er potable, den har batteri som kan bruges i ca 8 timer. Som ulempe er der ikke nok materiale til at læse på om produktet, derfor skal man selv finde ud af, hvordan den skal virke.Dens stemme indikator ligger i modsat side til knappen til On-off. Man skal bruge google-home app til instalere højtaleren. Men efter opsætningen fungerer med stemme. Men den har et gud lyd og musik, synes jeg. Dens mikrofon er meget følsom i forhold til Amazon Alexa Echo højtaler. Det er også en fordel, at den er vandtæt.
Date published: 2019-12-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Skuffende kvalitet Den spiller god og rummelig lyd, den ligger godt i hånden, hvis man vil transportere den rundt, og den er ikke for klodset. Det er dejligt, at man kan tage den med sig, eller at den kan stå og lade mens den spiller. Dog er jeg skuffet over lydkvaliteten. Jeg forventede nok for meget, da det er JBL, som ellers normalt leverer rigtig god kvalitet, men selvom klangen er rigtig fin, så mangler den virkelig noget bas. Det er så ærgerligt, at man ikke kan justere den, så bassen fylder mere. Det er desværre nok til at trække den helt ned til 3 stjerner.
Date published: 2022-07-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic Flexibility with Portable Google Home Overall, I'm pretty pleased with this speaker as it packs tremendous volume and functionality with the Google Home integration. From a sound perspective, its not as powerful as the JBL Link 300, but at higher volumes, the speaker performs as well. Really love that the speaker can easily integrate with the rest of my smart home speaker system. Great for outdoors, sporting events, or just moving around the house.
Date published: 2020-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great smart speaker, but sound is better on Flip 4 I own a Flip 4 (in camo color scheme), and got this one to try out the smart speaker features. I dislike the idea of Amazon listening to my conversations, and since Google controls all of my emails already, I don't have much to hide from them. And since I'm a diehard JBL fan, I figured I'd go with a JBL smart speaker. Well, unfortunately, this one doesn't hit the sweet spot. The smart speaker functionality is great. It did take me a long while to set it up: actually, I never succeeded in setting it up through the Google app. Every time I tried, the process timed out when connecting to the speaker from my phone. Eventually, I gave up, but one day just decided to say "Ok Google", and it started working. Weird setup process takes off a star, but it did get set up, so no stars docked here. The speaker hears "Ok Google" from across the living room and the kitchen, so the microphone sensitivity is great. I have an accent, as English is my second language, but the smart system recognizes my requests on the first try every time. It tells you time, weather, sets up timers, even plays some disney-sponsored games with my 5 year old (basically a step by step narrated adventure game). I am fully satisfied with the smart speaker aspect of this Link. However, when I played my favorite tracks (many of them rely on good reproduction of base notes to capture your attention), this speaker wasn't as good as the Flip 4. Maybe because Link has "360 degrees sound", it makes it uniform all around it, but lacking details. Bass is not that good, treble is not that good, mids are ok. It's not a bad speaker, and I'm sure it's much better than any Alexa or whatever other smart speakers there are. It's enough to enjoy a meme song like Jingle Bells, or maybe something uncritical like anything by Katy Perry, but it's definitely not enough to enjoy carefully crafted and produced music (anything Ofdream, good vocals by Colors Youtube channel, anything Nigel Stanford, Bonobo). I hoped the Link Portable would be my one speaker that would do it all, but it just does the smart speaker well. For listening to my favorite tunes, I'll stick to Flip 4.
Date published: 2020-04-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I want to give this 5 stars but no bluetooth Love the look, sound, and flexibility of this speaker. That being said, when I tell Google Assistant to enter pairing mode, and the speaker seems to think it is discoverable, it doesn't show up as an available bluetooth option on any of my devices (2 phones, 1 iPad), so I can't pair it for BT use. Defeats about half of why I bought it. Can't seem to find an answer on the support page, or even on YouTube.
Date published: 2020-02-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Does Not Work with Google Home Speaker works great through Bluetooth but that’s about it. Bought the speaker to pair through Google Home speaker groups with other Google Home speakers but found they can’t be used in the same group due to different chrome cast versions and no way to update the speaker. If you’re looking to use this with Google Home speakers look for other options. Support has been unable to give any advice on how to fix
Date published: 2023-01-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works in Google Group, not in Airplay 2 grouping I really love the long battery life, the look and feel, as well as the sound of the new Link Portable. Bass is not as pronounced, but still present, and appropriate for a speaker this size. I am not into the spotify or google music services, but am into using iTunes airplay since I have a large music collection. This speaker sounds great indoors and out and has really good WiFi radio so I have not experienced dropouts when moving around my house or going outside. Google streaming works great(even in a multispeaker group mode) and Airplay 2(not v1) to the single Link Portable speaker works great as well. However, my issue comes when I am using multiple Airplay speakers (yes on the same network SSID, even with a few feet of each other) because the Link Portable "laggs" behind the other speakers. I have verified that I am using Airplay 2 certified speakers and have no issues with any other speakers lagging including the new JBL Link Music that I have as well. I have submitted a support ticket, and am awaiting a response from JBL support. If this lag is fixable, then I would give this speaker a 5 star, as it would be doing what it was intended to do for a reasonable price.
Date published: 2020-01-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's ok, just ok. Having owned a Bose portable smart speaker, which sounded amazing, but returned due to it being agoraphobic, which defeated the object, the JBL is certainly a step down. Sound quality is ok, there's no dedicated app, Google is a bit laggy, streaming Spotify is hit and mis. The speaker just does the job. Unfortunately, the choice for portable smart speakes is very small and so I settled for this.
Date published: 2022-05-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great functionality, poor sound I loved that this device (the JBL Link Portable) was wi-fi compatible, so I could control spotify form out of bluetooth range, but frankly, I expected more out of the sound, given its size. The lows and low-mids are pretty week, leaving mostly just glaring treble. For comparison, our first generation Google Home packs a much fuller punch. We decided to return it for something else.
Date published: 2020-10-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fairly good sound, very poor connectivity I think JBL has a dismissive attitude towards its customers. When I complained that my Link Portable disconnects from wifi at -67dB, JBL support told me "our specialists...advised that when our devices are around -45 to -50 we would deem this to be satisfactory but anything below this (i.e the -67 dB), this is a bad connection". This conflicts with every web description of wifi signal strength I've read. They have all said that -67dB is a satisfactory level and reliability should only fall noticeably below -70dB. Having had the speaker for a few weeks, I noticed that the battery life seemed way below the advertised 7 hours and, when it hasn't cut out, it's reluctant to stop playing on command. I see the firmware hasn't had an upgrade for a long time, so it's not going to be up to date with Google Home. I'd give it 7 out of 10 for sound quality (clarity could be better) but only 3 for connectivity!
Date published: 2021-09-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good sound, but charging is a pain Great sound quality for a smaller speaker. I did notice it had trouble charging after we first bought it, specifically when I put the speaker on the base or plugged it in directly it wouldn't charge at all. Then I read some of the instructions and it says you need to use a charging brick with at least 2 amp output. standard iphone bricks are only like 1 amp. I put our iPad brick on (2.4 amp) and it seemed to charge. Time will tell, but Why on earth would such an expensive (rechargeable) speaker that requires a more powerful than standard charging brick not include one in the box? I was surprised when I opened the package and it wasn't included, just the charging cable. I think this is a mistake especially if it requires a more powerful amperage output than a standard cell phone brick. Of course maybe there is something actually wrong with my speaker and if that's the case I will contact customer support.
Date published: 2020-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Flot højtaler med fin lyd En lækker højtaler med fin lyd, som dog er lidt højdesensitiv og overfladesensitiv - når højtaleren står lavere end den lyttende eller på en eftergivende/ujævn overflade, så toner bassen ret meget ud. Der mangler hjælp til opsætning, hvis man ikke ønsker at bruge google assistent. Jeg endte med at måtte installere google assistent, før jeg kunne forbinde med bluetooth. Derudover er det lidt irriterende, at den tænder af sig selv når den sættes i docking stationen og at den siger højt at mikrofonen er slukket hver gang den tænder.
Date published: 2021-11-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Packed with Connectivity, Bass isn't good, A2 Bugs This speaker has everything, Airplay, Google Assistant, and bluetooth. It's seemed perfect but, I'll have to say this speaker lacks in two major areas which has me leaning towards returning the product. The portable form factor has definitely had an impact on the types of drivers they can include. Notably bass performance. My 3 year old Charge sounds better than this speaker. But that can be excused by the convenience it offers. Secondly, Airplay 2 implementation from JBL on this speaker sucks. The magic of Airplay 2 is that all speakers in the home are synced to < 1s of each other. This creates the illusion they are all one system. This speaker just doesn't work in that regard. It is always over 1 second apart from the other speakers in the house which sounds terrible and renders this main feature useless unless it's the only speaker playing nearby. I am very disappointed in the performance. All that said, the design on this product is 10/10. Sleek and blends into almost any contemporary room's design. The docking station is sleek too with gold coils on the bottom of the speaker providing a very nice contrast. The pick up and play nature is great, if only it sounded and performed better when using it. All in all, it's the most affordable, well designed(visually) airplay 2 speaker that offers assistant and bluetooth for when friends need to connect.
Date published: 2019-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Portable speaker with Android Assistant Super great product, I was searching for my UE BOOM 2 alternative with possibility to connect with my Google home, with the bluetooth connect possibility... most of the wifi connected Speakers are not able to connect by direct bluetooth, but JBL Link Portable is.. we love it!!!! It has better bass than my UE Boom 2 that are also portable speakers.... really great product, we love it and at the SALE price it's incredible... To configure with Wifi you need Google Home or Apple Airplay, but you can use it only with Bluetooth
Date published: 2023-02-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good feature but faulty charging mechanism It works as advertised. It sounds good considering the size of the speaker. JBL tunes down the bass when the volume is too high to avoid cracking sound. Clever! On the feature side Google Home and AirPlay2 without a problem as well as the bare bone Bluetooth. However, Google Home set up is a must. It does not work at all, No AirPlay, no bluetooth, no nothing unless it is set up with Google Home. I can accept that. However, the charging leaves a lot to desire. It does charge the speaker. However the speaker drains the battery flat even while the speaker stands on the pod all day. I have reseat it again in order for it to start charging again every time. It is pretty strange. I don't know whether it is the faulty pod or the speaker. Otherwise it earns 5 stars.
Date published: 2021-12-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Canned sound and weak WIFI reception Bought 3 of these to place in different rooms. For a kitchen speaker they are just passable, but what really annoys, is that if you move them around the house, they will lose connection, and a restart is required. I have google WIFI mesh with 3 pucks in a fairly small house, and no problems with other devices. Super frustrating
Date published: 2020-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Sound and PORTABLE I have a few of the JBL Link smart speakers and love them. This one being portable is fantastic. I can take it to the garage or out on the porch and enjoy the JBL sound everyone loves. I would highly recommend buying this portable unit and all the other Link Speakers in the line for every room in your house.
Date published: 2020-03-24
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Spørgsmål og svar

Can this be group with other Alexa devices such as the Echo products for multi-room setting? Thanks.

Asked by: Edu G
JBL Link Portable has Google Home and Google Assistant. It can be grouped with Google Home compatible speakers through the Google Home App. Please check with Amazon support if your Amazon Echo can be grouped with Google speakers.
Answered by: Chastine
Date published: 2021-06-06

1.A more complete manual than the Quick Start? . 2 how to rename the speaker? 3: Link JBL Link to play from my personal Pandora (paid) Stations when I ask Google to play music?

Asked by: KSmith1
We'd like to work with you directly so we could help you with the setup. Please reach out to our Customer Support through here: https://bit.ly/2Jc8wJp
Answered by: Jem at Customer Support
Date published: 2021-06-06

Can this speaker be used outdoors where there is no wifi signal? For example, could I connect my phone via bluetooth to play music while at the beach? Thank you very much.

Asked by: TMMP
Thank you for your question. ​​ Yes, the JBL Link Portable comes provided with built in Bluetooth connectivity. Should you wish to receive further support, you may contact the Harman Customer Support team by telephone, email or chat in order to receive direct assistance. Please see https://uk.harmanaudio.com/support-contact.html#n for further details. Thank you.
Answered by: Frank K
Date published: 2021-06-06

Does the link portable make phone calls?

Asked by: Jerbe
We would like to get more information to help you out, please contact us so we can assist you: https://bit.ly/2zwFkYM
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2021-06-06

how does the Link Portable connect to WiFi?

Asked by: ScottDH
Our JBL Link Portable can be set up through the Google Home App. Download and install the app from Play store/App store and follow the instructions to complete the setup. If you need more help, please contact us here: https://bit.ly/2zwFkYM
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2021-06-06

can i recharge JBL Link portable using type C USB cable??

Asked by: Djayavelu
Yes, our JBL Link portable uses a Type C cable to charge your speaker. It needs 3.5 hours to fully charge the Link portable. If you have more questions, please contact us so we can help you. https://bit.ly/2zwFkYM
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2021-06-06

Can I make a stereo pair with two of them? Or would they both play in mono? Would using them through the Google Home app or Bluetooth make a difference to stereo pairing or not?

Asked by: Peglegpeg
Thank you for your question. The only way to pair both speakers is through Google Home app, but even that will not allow stereo playback since each speaker will play the same audio from itself. Which in the will amplify the audio output but will not create a stereo experience. On the other hand, JBL Link Portable has 360-degrees sound which helps to fill your room with sound to all directions. In this case, placing the speakers at separate ends of the room will create a rich and full audio experience.
Answered by: Jaunius
Date published: 2021-06-06

Can Google Assist be turned off on the JBL Link Music speaker

Asked by: G1964
No, the Google assistant will always be on when connected through wifi, but you can stop it from receiving voice commands if you simply press on the mute button.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2021-06-06

When do you expect to release the blue version (in Denmark)?

Asked by: Aksel
Thank you for your question. At the moment, we do not know if and when the blue Link Portable will be released in Europe. I recommend that you sign up for the Harman newsletter to get our latest news first. Should you wish to receive further support, you may contact the Harman Customer Support team by telephone, email or chat in order to receive direct assistance. Please see https://dk.harmanaudio.com/support-contact.html for further details. Thank you.
Answered by: Elvira M
Date published: 2021-06-06

What is the difference between link 20 and link portable ??

Asked by: ujjwal47
While both JBL Link 20 and Link Portable are easily set up with the Google Home app, our Link Portable has an AirPlay 2 feature. Also, charging it would be convenient with the help of the easy-to-use cradle.
Answered by: Rhae
Date published: 2021-06-06

Hvordan installere jbl link portable p&aring;&acute;pc, uden brug af mobil-tlf ?

Asked by: pag2600
Unfortunately we do not offer support in Danish, but we will gladly reply to you in English In order to connect the JBL Link Portable to your PC you need to first set-up the speaker via Google Home or Apple Home and then you are able to connect to your PC via Bluetooth. For further support, we welcome you to contact our Harman Customer Support team: https://support.jbl.com/gb/en/ https://support.harmanaudio.com/gb/en/ Thank you.
Answered by: Customer Support
Date published: 2022-11-24

How can I turn of the reminder that the mic is muted?

Asked by: Jim2000
We'd like to work with you directly so we could provide you options further with your JBL Link Portable speaker. please contact our JBL Customer Support at: https://bit.ly/3rEwOR8
Answered by: Katrina A
Date published: 2021-06-06

Does this speaker support linking with other JBL portable speakers for stereo sound?

Asked by: gonpostal
Our JBL Link Portable does not have a feature that connects with other devices for stereo sound however you can link multiple devices to the Link portable via the Google Home App and play the same kind of music in all devices that's connected the the Link Portable.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2021-06-06

How do I connect multiple Link Portable speakers to play the same music simultaneously (not stereo) via Bluetooth? It will only play on one speaker - when I add the 2nd speaker, the one playing disconnects

Asked by: JCJBL Link Portable multi
Please download the Google Home app and create a speaker group, this will make you play the same music with all the speakers that are in the group. Make sure that the speakers are all connected to the same wifi network.
Answered by: Leon at Customer Service
Date published: 2021-07-16

where can i get reading material on how to use my speaker besides the quick setup?

Asked by: ckay
We would like to get more information to help you out, please contact us so we can assist you: https://bit.ly/2zwFkYM
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2021-06-06

It looks like Google duo is not applicable to my JBL link portable. Google home app of my phone does not show the option. Other google speakers I can use Google duo with. How can I use Google duo with JBL link portable?

Asked by: CHUNG
Thanks for reaching out. You can stream music via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and easily access your Spotify, YouTube Music, or Apple Music. You can also use Google Assistant to play your favorite songs, and get easy access to all your music. Google Duo is not supported by this device. Please visit our website to get more information about this product. https://bit.ly/3niZwa1
Answered by: Customer Support
Date published: 2021-11-15

Hello. Is Link Portable able to create stereo pairs (or more, up to 100 if not mistaken) via Bluetooth like most other &quot;old school&quot; JBL's (and with them, or only with other Link P)? I know the google speaker groups via WF, but question about BT. Thanks!

Asked by: Renard
Thanks for bringing this query to us. Our JBL Link speakers have a Chromecast feature. You can pair the speakers with other Chromecast enabled speakers by creating &quot;Speaker Rooms or Groups&quot; in the Google Home App.
Answered by: Ray at Customer Support
Date published: 2021-06-06

What other JBL products will link with the Link Portable? i.e. Will the Free X Earbuds link with the Link Portable speaker?

Asked by: Mike425
JBL Link Portable is a WiFi-enabled speaker that has ChromeCast, Google Assistant, AirPlay, and Bluetooth. It can be connected with other speakers that have built-in Chromecast to create speaker groups through the Google Home App. With Bluetooth, you can pair your Bluetooth enabled devices directly with the speaker. It can't pair with our JBL Free X due to their different features. For more information, check out the specifications here: http://bit.ly/2THwJxy
Answered by: Rhae
Date published: 2021-06-06

I want to use this speaker as a next room extension to my home stereo with wired speakers. My receiver has Airplay 2. I play my Apple Music playlist from my iPad and iPhone and want to use that- no other software to extend the sound.

Asked by: Splendido742
You may try grouping your JBL Link Portable and your Receiver via the Home app, so you can extend the music you're playing to your speakers.
Answered by: Leon at Customer Service
Date published: 2021-06-17

How well does it float?

Asked by: fizixmastr
Our JBL Link Portable is IPX7 rated, which means that you can submerge the unit in water as deep as 3 feet (1 meter) for up to 30 minutes but it does not float well in water.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2021-06-06

Can you take the device out of the home. Say to the lake and will I work

Asked by: Mike az
Yes, our JBL Link Portable speaker can be used outdoors as it has up to 8 hours of playing time. Playtime will depend on the type of audio played and the volume of the music.
Answered by: Customer Support
Date published: 2023-03-15

Hej, jeg er interesseret i hjemmeh&oslash;jtaler, hvor jeg kan indstille diskant og bas. Findes det - og hvilke modeller? Mvh Ole Olsen.

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately we do not offer support in Danish but will gladly answer your question in English. You can see our range of home speakers via the following link: https://dk.harmanaudio.com/bluetooth-speakers/ For information about bass and treble, we invite you to contact the Harman Customer Support team by telephone, email or chat in order to receive direct assistance. Please see https://dk.harmanaudio.com/support-contact.html for further details. Thank you.
Answered by: Elvira M
Date published: 2021-06-06

Does jbl make an adapter/converter so that I can plug the USB cord from the charging base this into a standard US outlet? If not can someone recommend a good off-brand one?

Asked by: Mike3737
Unfortunately, JBL does not have an adapter/converter for the Link Portable available in the market.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2021-06-28

Are you discontinuing the Link Portable? I've noticed that Currys have stopped selling it and I can no longer adjust the sound through the Google Home app. Also I can't find a JBL app it's compatible with.

Asked by: Fluffernutter
Thank you for your question. In order to answer all of your questions, we would like you to contact our Harman&nbsp;Customer Support directly, by telephone or email. Our Customer Support agents will be able to answer all of your questions. .&nbsp; Please see https://uk.harmanaudio.com/support-contact.htm&nbsp; for further details.&nbsp; Thank you.
Answered by: Raymond Harman Support
Date published: 2021-06-06

How do I pair my jbl flip 4 to google home

Asked by: Cinnamongrl
Unfortunately, our JBL Flip 4 can't be connected to Google Home.
Answered by: Jem at Customer Support
Date published: 2021-06-06

2 questions: 1. can i link 2 or more speakers using apple Airplay 2 with Apple TV 4K. &nbsp;2. is this a new product or is it being discontinued. &nbsp;I need a portable apple airplay2 speakers that can link 2 or more speakers&nbsp;

Asked by: dinna
You could stream audio from your Apple TV though Airplay 2. You have to add the speakers in one room in the Apple Home app so they could play the same content at the same time. Our JBL Link Portable is a current model and stocks will arrive soon.
Answered by: Customer Support
Date published: 2021-10-28

Can I skip songs from the JBL Link Portable??

Asked by: Rafa15
Once you've set up your phone and speaker via the Google Home app, you can now use voice commands to control your music streaming apps.
Answered by: Homer DLR
Date published: 2021-06-06

Recently got a JBL Link Portable DB14. It sporadically pairs with my device (Samsung Galaxy A20); will pair once/100 attempts. The power and charge indicators light, but the bluetooth and mute buttons do not. Do I have a defective device? Thanks.

Asked by: Brian9820
We would like to get more information to help you out, please contact us so we can assist you:https://bit.ly/2zwFkYM
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2021-06-06

AirPlay 2 still laggy. I can see other users have raised this. Is there a way to update the device? It is such a powerful speaker other than this

Asked by: starbuck86
Thank you for your question. I can confirm this is not a known issue with the product. Please perform a factory reset of the speaker by turning it on, holding down the mute button for at least 10 seconds, then re-pairing as this may resolve the issue. If it does not resolve the problem, we welcome you to contact our JBL Customer Support team: https://support.jbl.com/gb/en/ Thank you.
Answered by: Customer Support
Date published: 2022-06-22

JBL Link Portable The 5 dots at the front, normally lit in white light when the volume is adjusted, are now permanently lit in orange colour. What's the meaning?

Asked by: Francois inGB
Thank you for your question. Normally this would indicate that the microphone on your Link Portable has been muted. You can unmute the microphone by pressing the mute microphone button on the back of the speaker. Should you wish to receive further support, you may contact the Harman Customer Support team by telephone, email or chat in order to receive direct assistance. Please see https://uk.harmanaudio.com/support-contact.html#ns for further details. Thank you.
Answered by: AJ1612
Date published: 2021-06-06
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