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JBL PartyBox 110 vs JBL PartyBox On-The-Go

The PartyBox 110 is the latest portable party speaker released by JBL. So, how does this new product stack up against the PartyBox On-The-Go?

You can find out in this comparison guide.

Quick Summary

When compared to the JBL PartyBox On-The-Go, the new JBL PartyBox 110 comes with an additional woofer, bigger tweeters, higher output power, wider frequency response range and longer battery life.

The PartyBox 110 is also the only one out of these two speakers to come with an aux-out port and support for the JBL PartyBox App.

On the other hand, the PartyBox On-The-Go is the only product in this comparison to come with a wireless microphone.

You can purchase either of the aforementioned portable speaker, if you are interested, on Amazon with the following links:

You can see how the PartyBox 110 compares to the JBL Boombox 2 with this guide.

PartyBox 110 vs. PartyBox On-The-Go Comparison Chart

You can take a look at Seeking Tech’s comparison table for the PartyBox 110 and PartyBox On-The-Go below.

 JBL PartyBox 110JBL PartyBox On-The-Go
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 On-The-Go Speaker

1x Wireless Microphone

1x Quick Start Guide

1x Warranty Card

1x Safety Sheet

1x AC Power Cord
Weight10.84 kg7.5 kg
Dimensions568 mm x 300 mm x 295 mm489 mm x 244.5 mm x 224 mm
Drivers2x 5.25" Woofers

2x 2.25" Tweeter
1x 5.25" Woofer

2x 1.75" Tweeters
Output Power160 Watts100 Watts
Frequency Response45 Hz to 20 kHz50 Hz to 20 kHz
Signal-to-Noise RatioMore than 80 dBAMore than 80 dBA
Inputs3.5mm Aux-in

Mic/Guitar input (with volume control)

USB
3.5mm Aux-in

Mic/Guitar input (with volume control)

USB
OutputsAux-outNone
Bass Boost?YesYes
True Wireless Stereo?YesYes
Light Show Mode?YesYes
JBL PartyBox App SupportYesNo
Battery LifeUp to 12 hoursUp to 6 hours
Recharge Time3.5 hours3.5 hours
Waterproof RatingIPX4IPX4
Warranty1-year warranty1-year warranty
PricingCheck price on Amazon.Check price on Amazon.

What’s in the Box

In addition to the main speaker, each product comes with a quick start guide, warranty card, safety sheet and AC power cord.

The PartyBox On-The-Go is the only one to come with a wireless microphone.

You can find the list of content included 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 On-The-Go:

  • 1x JBL PartyBox On-The-Go Speaker
  • 1x Wireless Microphone
  • 1x Quick Start Guide
  • 1x Warranty Card
  • 1x Safety Sheet
  • 1x AC Power Cord

Weight

The PartyBox 110 is a bit heavier than the PartyBox On-The-Go.

You can find the weights for the two speakers below:

  • JBL PartyBox 110: 10.84 kg
  • JBL PartyBox On-The-Go: 7.5 kg

Dimensions

The newer JBL PartyBox 110 is also bulkier in size.

You can take a look at the measurements below:

  • JBL PartyBox 110: 568 mm x 300 mm x 295 mm
  • JBL PartyBox On-The-Go: 489 mm x 244.5 mm x 224 mm

Drivers

As for the drives, the PartyBox 110 comes with one more woofer in addition to bigger tweeters.

You can check out the drives for both speakers below:

JBL PartyBox 110:

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

JBL PartyBox On-The-Go:

  • 1x 5.25″ Woofer
  • 2x 1.75″ Tweeters

Output Power

The PartyBox 110 also has a higher output power when compared to the On-The-Go version of the PartyBox.

You can find the output power specifications below:

  • JBL PartyBox 110: 160 Watts
  • JBL PartyBox On-The-Go: 100 Watts

Frequency Response

When it comes to frequency response, the PartyBox 110 is capable at outputting at a lower bass frequency than the PartyBox On-The-Go.

You can check out the ranges for both speakers below:

  • JBL PartyBox 110: 45 Hz to 20 kHz
  • JBL PartyBox On-The-Go: 50 Hz to 20 kHz

Signal-to-Noise Ratio

The signal-to-noise ratio should also be identical as both have a ratio of more than 80 dBA.

Inputs

As for inputs, both speakers support 3.5mm Aux-in, Mic/Guitar input (with volume control) and USB for audio playback.

Outputs

The JBL PartyBox 110 is the only speaker in this comparison to feature an aux-out port.

Bass Boost

The PartyBox 110 and PartyBox On-The-Go support Bass Boost, a mode you can use to enhance the bass output of the speaker.

True Wireless Stereo

Both products also support True Wireless Stereo (TWS), a feature that lets you connect two speakers together so that you can playback audio in stereo.

If you have a PartyBox 110 speaker, then you will need another PartyBox 110 speaker to use TWS.

If you have a PartyBox On-The-Go speaker, then another PartyBox On-The-Go speaker is required for True Wireless Stereo.

Light Show Mode

The PartyBox 110 and PartyBox On-The-Go both have a light show mode where you can display lighting effects.

JBL PartyBox App

The JBL PartyBox 110 is the only speaker in this comparison to support the JBL PartyBox App.

With this smartphone app, you can customize various speaker settings in addition to being able to update the firmware of the PartyBox 110.

Battery Life

The PartyBox 110 has a maximum battery life that is twice as long as the PartyBox On-The-Go.

You can find the battery specs below:

  • JBL PartyBox 110: Up to 12 hours
  • JBL PartyBox On-The-Go: Up to 6 hours

Recharge Time

The portable speakers have around the same recharge time as it should take approximately 3.5 hours to fully charge the internal batteries of both portable speakers.

Waterproof Rating

These two JBL speakers have the same IPX4 rating, which means that both are protected against light water splashes from any direction.

Warranty

The JBL PartyBox 110 Portable Wireless Bluetooth Party Speaker and JBL PartyBox On-The-Go Portable Party Speaker each comes with a one-year warranty.

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