JBL LSR310S/203 10" Powered Studio subwoofer

JBL LSR310S/203 10" Powered Studio subwoofer

The Perfect Subwoofer for Your LSR Monitors The LSR310S 200W Powered Subwoofer from JBL is a 200-watt Class-D subwoofer that has been optimized for use...

Vendor :JBL

Type :Studio Subwoofer

R12,899.00

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The Perfect Subwoofer for Your LSR Monitors

The LSR310S 200W Powered Subwoofer from JBL is a 200-watt Class-D subwoofer that has been optimized for use in JBL's 3 Series of speakers. The subwoofer is designed for use in music recording, mix, and post-production 5.1 applications. It features a 10-inch speaker and JBL's Slip Stream Port to provide a peak output of 113 dB.

All the connections you need for your studio
The JBL LSR310S active subwoofer is packed with the professional features such as balanced XLR inputs, balanced 1/4" inputs, selectable crossover settings, and balanced XLR outputs to allow connection of left and right main speakers. A level control allows independent adjustment of the subwoofer output to balance the sound of your studio monitor system.

Main features:

  • Powered Studio Subwoofer designed to provide top-notch low end to modest-sized control rooms
  • Down-firing 10" speaker and Slip Stream port provide tight and focused low end
  • Selectable crossover and volume control lets you tune your system precisely
  • XLF Extended Low Frequency setting lets you get deeper, more resonant bass sound
  • XLR and TRS balanced inputs give you low-noise performance with your studio gear
  • Dual XLR outputs
  • Powered by a highly efficient 200W (RMS) Class D amplifier

  • Tech Specs:

    • Powered: Yes
    • Speaker Size: 10"
    • Driver Type: High-excursion, down-firing driver
    • Total Power: 200W
    • Crossover Frequency: 80Hz
    • Maximum Peak SPL: 113dB
    • Input Types: 2 x XLR, 2 x 1/4"
    • Output Types: 2 x XLR
    • Enclosure Material: MDF with Black Vinyl Wrap

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