The 306P MkII is an affordable two-way active design that aims to combine accuracy, low-frequency extension, and reasonably high SPL capability.
If you’re looking for a monitor that goes loud and low, and has excellent high-frequency performance, JBL’s new range might just fit the bill.
JBL’s new LSR3 series brings technology from the company’s premium monitor range within reach of the home studio.
Using advanced DSP and squeezing a 15‑inch driver into a compact cabinet, JBL’s lightweight PA promises convenience, volume and clarity in abundance.
JBL have a reputation for clinically precise monitors, but this time theyve come up with something a little smoother...
These active monitors can automatically EQ their frequency response to compensate for your room acoustics. But how effective is this technology in practice?
JBL's new monitors incorporate Room Mode Correction technology which claims to be able to reduce the bass problems caused by standing waves at the listening position. But does it really work in practice?
The latest addition to JBL's LSR series of monitor speakers is a small nearfield two-way active system. Hugh Robjohns lends them his ears.
JBL's latest active two-way reference loudspeaker system has been derived from their impressive LSR32 range-topper.
JBL's new studio monitor system, the LS32, represents a radical departure in their approach to the design and technology of loudspeakers. Hugh Robjohns lends them his ears...
Active monitors are all the rage in the project studio market at the moment. Hugh Robjohns checks out a weighty contender from American loudspeaker giant JBL.
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