JBL Link 300


Voice-activated speaker

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Immersive JBL sound with the Google Assistant

The JBL Link 300 is a voice-activated speaker with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® enabled that delivers incredible room-filling sound from a compact design. It has the Google Assistant built-in. It’s your own personal Google. Always ready to help. You can ask it questions. And tell it to do things. The more you use it, the more useful it gets. Just start with “Ok Google” – a simple voice request triggers your JBL Link 300 to play music, podcasts or radio from services like Google Play Music, Spotify, Pandora and more. To amplify your party, speakers with Chromecast built-in can be grouped together to enjoy the same song in every room.


General Specifications

Output power (W) 2 x 25


Dimensions (in) 9.29 x 5.27 x 6.06
Dimensions (cm) 23.6x 13.4x15.4
Weight (kgs) 1.7
Weight (lbs) 3.74

Control and Connection Specifications

Bluetooth version 4.2


Google Assistant Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Wi-Fi support Yes
Auto-power off Yes
Multi-room Support Yes
Chromecast Built-in Yes
  • 1 x JBL Link 300
  • 1 x power adaptor
  • 1 x power cable

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JBL Link 300 is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 73.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Sound Quality and Features This is a great speaker for multiple reason. I outline my reasons below on two criteria - technical, functional, and price. My reasons are as follows: Technical: The speaker sound quality is phenomenal. You can hear a the bass very well and acoustics are great when the speaker is positioned correctly. Functional: Google assistant is amazing. I love being able to ask Google to play music from Spotify and having it fill the room. The overlap between amazing speaker quality and functional use is probably the best reason to buy this type of speaker. Price: While a bit pricier than other speakers, I compared it to a google home which is around $100. I already have a google home mini and the speaker quality is not great for music playback so I connect the mini to a soundbar for better quality, but with the JBL link it's essentially a two-in-one which is why I recommend this speaker over the google home. Additional Notes: There are some software things that need to be worked on from Google's side like broadcasting and calling features, but hopefully that will come with an update.
Date published: 2019-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic sound! I've used this for a few days now, and still can't get over how rich the sound quality is for a speaker this size. I checked the specs, and noticed that this unit puts out up to 50 watts (25 per channel). That explains a lot. It does a wonderful job of filling our rec-room with great sound. I was originally planning to just it as a bluetooth speaker for my phone (It paired easily enough), but now I'm playing around with the Google Assistant features. I may have been skeptical about talking to a speaker in the beginning, but last night, I found myself saying "Okay, Google: mute" when the phone rang.... and it did. Maybe I'm showing my age, but the only thing that would complete the package is an FM tuner. I realize that this device was designed to be a Google Assistant device that rocks-out (and does it ever!), but it could also be a great upgrade to an existing table-top or under-counter radio while also providing modern features like bluetooth and Google Assistant.
Date published: 2019-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great sound, easy set up The Link 300 has enormous sound for such a small package. It has your traditional JBL sound with surprisingly good deep bass. The 300 will easily fill a large room with crystal clear music. The highs are a little bright at max volume, but this is the only negative I can give it. Google assistant was easy to set up (first voice activated speaker I have owned), and works wonderfully. I would highly recommend this for anyone looking for a voice activated speaker system for their home!
Date published: 2019-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great features and sound! I received this device about a week ago. My family and myself love the sound quality and how easy it is to use. I have it in my great room and it fills the entire house up with music.
Date published: 2019-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from i love it i got this and the first thing i did was try it out on google and every room i went to it responded instantly it's a very great product it's now on my gifting list for everybody
Date published: 2019-04-12
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what is the service slot on the bottom of the unit?

Asked by: aaronh
Every time I ask it to set alarm. It would say okay but in the end it would say there's a glitch and to try again in a few seconds
Answered by: Tony the Tiger
Date published: 2019-03-01

Hi, Can I connect the Link 300 to my JBL Control X wireless speakers and to my NAS ( Network Attached System) at home?

Asked by: CGV76
Hi Danny, Thanks you for your answer. I can not connect them via Bluetooth?thanks
Answered by: CGV76
Date published: 2018-04-06

Is this able to be linked with a smart tv so that I can use it as an extra speaker for when I'm watching tv.?

Asked by: Lewis88
above answer is wrong. I know that my samsung smart tv will let you use a bluetooth speaker.
Answered by: db999
Date published: 2019-03-19

Does the JBL Link 300 have an auxiliary input option?

There is no Auxiliary option for the JBL Link 300. You can only connect with it via Wifi or Bluetooth.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2017-12-13

Can you pair these with the JBL Charge 3?

Asked by: Otoniel
You can successfully pair a JBL Link 300 with another Link series speaker  using the Google Home app. However, you cannot pair it with a JBL Charge 3 because they use different technologies for pairing. The JBL Link series makes use of Wi-Fi while the JBL Charge 3 uses the JBL Connect/Connect+ feature. 
Answered by: Paulo C
Date published: 2018-06-06

Would the new Link 500 be overkill if used in a smaller room?

Asked by: iddy
The JBL Link 500 is preferable for large rooms such as a big apartment room or living room setup. The JBL Link 300 should more than suffice if to be used in a smaller room like a bedroom or a kitchen.
Answered by: Steven M
Date published: 2017-12-19

LInk 300 is rechargeable speaker??  Or have to be plug to the wall all the time

Asked by: Vescuama
The JBL Link 300 & 500 requires to be plugged in all the time as it doesn't have batteries. If you wish to get portable Link speakers, the JBL Link 10 & 20 is for you.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2019-02-27

how long does the charge last? Does it use batteries too?

Asked by: withcorkscrew
The JBL Link 300 does not have a battery and is designed to be used inside a home while plugged into a wall outlet.
Answered by: Steven M
Date published: 2017-12-02
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