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JBL LSR305 82 W 2.0 Channel Speakers

(1 Rating, 5.0 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

JBL

Part #

LSR305

Manufacturer

JBL

Configuration

2.0

Total Wattage

82 W

Frequency Response

43 Hz - 24 kHz

Power (Front, Each)

41 W

Price History

    Reviews

    Deansy
    • 28 points
    • 5 months ago

    I got to say, going for Studio Monitors as my primary speakers was a frightening move.
    I debated buying these between Yamaha HS5 and KRK Rokit 5. I went for JBL, since i have owned a ton of JBL products before and they have never disappointed me before. I don't do any studio work as of now, but honestly i don't see a problem in using them as just regular speakers.
    I live in an apartment, so i don't care for any 2.1 speakers anymore to rumble the walls with bass nor do i want some small satellites that barely do any sound on my table.
    I got to say, that i really love these things for their amazing detail and clarity. It just puts every 2.1 i have ever owned into shame. Now fair enough, they cost a decent chump of change, but i know that these are built to last a long time.
    After 2 years of using these, i don't really see myself upgrading to anything bigger and since the price on these has also gone down a little, i would recommend these in a heartbeat to anyone with the same mindset i described before. If you are a bass head, then you can't go without a subwoofer, just get these and also get a compatible 150W+ Subwoofer. Easy.

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