JLab Crasher Slim Review – A Portable Bluetooth Speaker That Can Get Quite Loud

When you take a look into the portable Bluetooth speaker market, there are a lot of affordable choices and one of those is the JLab Crasher Slim. This particular unit manages to look a bit different than its rivals. It takes on the form of a long, thin frame, which is ideal for its price class. When it comes to its audio performance, it is more or less what you would expect for its price point. It offers crisp and clear audio profile, which bass-heads might not want. Its exterior is made to be splash-proof to complete its outdoor-friendly design.

JLab Crasher Slim Review - A Portable Bluetooth Speaker That Can Get Quite Loud

The JLab Crasher Slim is a Solid Option

When looking at its design, the JLab Crasher Slim looks refreshingly different than most of its rivals within the same price class, if not even with most portable Bluetooth speakers out there. Still, its design is not one that would break the mold entirely. The company placed a focus on its slim frame, and it comes in a measurement of 6.6 x 2.3 x 1.0-inches for its dimensions. It weighs 9-ounces, and it delivers a clean and simple look which contrasts to other designs that aim to go for the “all-in-one” moniker yet fails. This Bluetooth speaker also has an IPX4 rating, which means that it is splash-proof. Hence, it can sit at the poolside, but do note that it is not completely waterproof so if you have any plans on submerging it, don’t.

The Crasher Slim is available in two colors, them being metallic blue or gray. Looking at its top panel, it houses a multi-functional button (which allows users to play/pause tracks, manage calls, and turn the device on or off), and there are also the – and + buttons which operates the volume and track navigation. Speaking of its volume, it works in conjunction with the connected device’s master volume levels.

When playing tracks that deliver powerful sub-bass content, this Bluetooth speaker does offer a decent sense of bass at moderate volumes. However, when listening at higher volume levels, they do tend to distort. But this can be expected from its size and price.

But when playing tracks that have less sub-bass content, the JLab Crasher Slim is able to dish out clear and bright sounds. Vocal have a decent sense of low-mid richness, but there’re still plenty of high-mid treble to go around to keep things well-defined. Ultimately, there’s little not to like about this particular model and is a great option for tight-budgeted individuals.


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