HARMAN intends to celebrate the 67th year of JBL’s history by introducing a new generation of loudspeakers that they call the JBL Studio 2. These new speaker models will boast of high-definition imaging that has been derived straight from the JBL Professional M2 Master Reference Monitor. It does not matter whether you are listening to your favorite tune or watching your favorite movies, JBL’s unmatched reputation will be able to deliver the kind of audio in a way that it is meant to be heard by the artist or director. With the introduction of the JBL Studio 2 range of loudspeakers, this all-new lineup will boast of five full-range speakers that will arrive in a choice of three floorstanding and two bookshelf models that will be complemented by multiple center, surround, and subwoofer options.
Ranging from simple 2.0 stereo to advanced 9.2-channel surround systems for home theaters, the JBL Studio 2 series would be the ideal home for very different audio sources including CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, satellite TV/radio, vinyl records, portable media, streaming services, and gaming consoles among others. Each of the speakers will be able to offer astounding imaging, natural balance, and remarkable detail and accuracy regardless of its position in the room. It will fall back on computer-optimized drivers and crossover network integration in order to deliver a lifelike, three-dimensional soundstage backed by deep, powerful bass.
Needless to say, the design in the JBL Studio 2 loudspeakers would arrive in sophisticated and modern speaker cabinetry form, boasting of sleek soft edges, elegant gloss black top panels, and luxurious finishes that will enhance and complement any decor or setting. You will find JBL’s proven acoustic superiority underneath each model that has been rigorously backed by real-world testing, evaluation, and experience. With 10 new speaker models to choose from, you are really spoilt for choice when it comes to flexible system configurations, and you can choose from black and espresso wood grain finishes.