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What’s the difference between the JBL PartyBox 110 and 200?

The PartyBox 110 is the latest party speaker released by JBL. You can check out this comparison guide to see how this new model stacks up against the PartyBox 200.

Quick Summary

When compared to the JBL PartyBox 200, the new JBL PartyBox 110 comes with a rechargeable battery, which means that you won’t need to plug it into a power outlet.

The PartyBox 110 is also the only one out of these speakers to provide water protection in addition to supporting Aux-out and the JBL PartyBox App.

On the other hand, the JBL PartyBox 200 features bigger woofer, more tweeters and higher output power. Furthermore, the PartyBox 200 is the only product in this comparison to provide RCA L/R input and output.

You can see how the PartyBox 110 compares to the PartyBox 300 with this guide.

PartyBox 110 vs. PartyBox 300 Comparison Chart

You can take a look at Seeking Tech’s comparison table for the PartyBox 110 and PartyBox 200 below.

 JBL PartyBox 110JBL PartyBox 200
What’s in the Box1x JBL PartyBox 110 Speaker

1x Quick Start Guide

1x Warranty Card

1x Safety Sheet

1x AC Power Cord
1x JBL PartyBox 200 Speaker

1x Quick Start Guide

1x Warranty Card

1x Safety Sheet

1x AC Power Cord

1x 12V DC Cable
Weight10.84 kg15.32 kg
Dimensions568 mm x 300 mm x 295 mm690 mm x 320 mm x 310 mm
Drivers2x 5.25" Woofers

2x 2.25" Tweeter
2x 6.5" Woofers

3x 2.25" Tweeters
Output Power 160 Watts240 Watts
Frequency Response45 Hz to 20 kHz45 Hz to 20 kHz
Inputs3.5mm Aux-in

Mic/Guitar input (with volume control)

USB port
3.5mm Aux-in

Mic/Guitar input (with volume control)

RCA L/R input

USB port
OutputsAux-outRCA L/R output
Bass Boost?YesYes
True Wireless Stereo?YesYes
Light Show Mode?YesYes
JBL PartyBox App?YesNo
Battery LifeUp to 12 hoursN/A
Recharge Time3.5 hoursN/A
Waterproof RatingIPX4N/A
Warranty1-year warranty1-year warranty
PricingCheck price on Amazon.Check price on Amazon.

What’s in the Box

In addition to the speaker units, both JBL products also include an AC power cord as well as several documents. The PartyBox 200 comes with a 12V DC Cable as well.

You can find a breakdown of what’s included inside the boxes of both below:

JBL PartyBox 110:

  • 1x JBL PartyBox 110 Speaker
  • 1x Quick Start Guide
  • 1x Warranty Card
  • 1x Safety Sheet
  • 1x AC Power Cord

JBL PartyBox 200:

  • 1x JBL PartyBox 200 Speaker
  • 1x Quick Start Guide
  • 1x Warranty Card
  • 1x Safety Sheet
  • 1x AC Power Cord
  • 1x 12V DC Cable

Weight

The 200 model of the PartyBox weighs more than the 110 model.

You can find the weights for both speakers below:

  • JBL PartyBox 110: 10.84 kg
  • JBL PartyBox 200: 15.32 kg

Dimensions

The PartyBox 200 is also bigger in size than the PartyBox 110.

You can find the speaker dimensions below:

  • JBL PartyBox 110: 568 mm x 300 mm x 295 mm
  • JBL PartyBox 200: 690 mm x 320 mm x 310 mm

Drivers

When it comes to the drivers, the PartyBox 200 offers bigger woofers as well as an additional tweeter when compared to the PartyBox 110.

You can take a look at the drive setups below:

JBL PartyBox 110:

  • 2x 5.25″ Woofers
  • 2x 2.25″ Tweeter

JBL PartyBox 200:

  • 2x 6.5″ Woofers
  • 3x 2.25″ Tweeters

Output Power

The PartyBox 200 also has a higher power output than the PartyBox 110.

You can find the output power specs below:

  • JBL PartyBox 110: 160 Watts
  • JBL PartyBox 200: 240 Watts

Frequency Response

The frequency responses for these JBL speakers are the same with a range of 45 Hz to 20 kHz.

Inputs

For inputs, the PartyBox 200 is the only one out of these two products to come with an RCA L/R input.

You can find the supported inputs for both below:

JBL PartyBox 110:

  • 3.5mm Aux-in
  • Mic/Guitar input (with volume control)
  • USB port

JBL PartyBox 200:

  • 3.5mm Aux-in
  • Mic/Guitar input (with volume control)
  • RCA L/R input
  • USB port

Outputs

As for outputs, the PartyBox 110 is the only one to come with an Aux-out while the PartyBox 200 is the only one to come with an RCA L/R output.

Bass Boost

The 110 and 200 models of the PartyBox both include a bass boost mode that you can enable in order to enhanced the bass effects.

True Wireless Stereo

These two JBL speakers also work with True Wireless Stereo (or TWS), which is a connection mode that you can use to set up a stereo output by wirelessly connecting two speakers.

To use TWS with the PartyBox 110, you will need two PartyBox 110 speakers.

To set up TWS with the PartyBox 200, you will need one PartyBox 200 speaker in addition to either a PartyBox 200 or PartyBox 300 speaker.

Light Show Mode

These party speakers also come with a light show mode that you can use to display various lighting effects.

JBL PartyBox App

The PartyBox 110 is the only one in this comparison to be supported by JBL PartyBox App.

You can use this smartphone application to customize settings and update the firmware of the speaker.

Battery Life

The JBL PartyBox 110 is also the only one out of these speakers to come with a rechargeable battery as it can last up to 12 hours per full charge.

Recharge Time

The internal battery PartyBox 110 should take around 3.5 hours to fully recharge.

Waterproof Rating

The JBL PartyBox 110 is also the only one out of these speakers to provide water protection.

With an IPX4, this speaker should be protected against water splashes from any direction.

Warranty

The JBL PartyBox 110 Portable Wireless Bluetooth Party Speaker and JBL PartyBox 200 High Power Portable Wireless Bluetooth Party Speaker each are covered with a one-year warranty.

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