Title and price suggests that the particular SB250 is a follow-up towards the SB200, but there are some substantial differences indicating that this is not completely correct. Firstly, the JBL SB250 is a two unit soundbar/subwoofer combination, while the SB200 is really a single unit soundbar. Second of all, the design of the 250 soundbar differs in size, weight plus looks compared to the 200.
The brand new soundbar looks slightly more modern with its almost cylindrical form and curved edges, as well as the metal trim running across the edge of the metal billet grille covering the front adds to the general visual appeal. It looks really clean apart from the JBL logo design on the front and a bunch of control buttons (Power on/Standby, Source selection, Quantity, Surround mode, Bluetooth source/Pairing) on the top surface.
Judging by the style and configuration, JBL will be clearly targeting customers that are looking an all-in-one solution not only looks nice but additionally sounds good and is esy-to-install and use, and don't always want to spend an excessive amount of cash. The package includes all you need to set it up and to begin enjoying it; soundbar, wifi subwoofer, power cords, handheld remote control (no batteries), 3. 5mm analog cable, optical electronic cable, bracket for walls mounting and a Quick Begin Guide.
The back of the soundbar features a recessed area for that various cable inputs whilst also allowing for some wire management. The connectivity is restricted to say the least and apart from the insight for the power cord you will find an electronic optical input, an analog 3. 5mm AUX insight, an USB-A port with regard to software updates and a good EQ switch (Wall/Table). You will also find two slots with regard to wall mounting. The SB250 has no HDMI, but it possesses bluetooth for wireless connection with mobile devices and such.