JBL Professional is an American audio electronics company that produces loudspeakers and associated electronics. The company produces equipment for a wide range of applications, including cinema, live sound, installed sound, touring, and recording studio.
JBL Professional was founded by James Bullough Lansing in Los Angeles in 1946.
The company initially produced loudspeakers for the movie industry, but expanded into other markets, including home audio, automotive, and professional audio.
The company was acquired by Harman International Industries, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, in 1969.
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The JBL EON One Compact is a portable PA system that features a 7-channel mixer, Bluetooth connectivity, and a rechargeable battery.
The JBL 3 Series MkII is a range of powered studio monitors that are designed for nearfield mixing and mastering applications.
The JBL VTX A-Series is a range of high-end line array loudspeakers that are designed for large-scale live sound applications.
JBL Professional produces audio equipment for commercial and professional applications, while JBL Consumer produces audio equipment for home and personal use.
JBL Professional products typically come with a 3-year warranty. Some products, such as amplifiers, may come with a longer warranty period.
The JBL EON One Compact has a frequency response of 37 Hz to 20 kHz, with a maximum SPL of 112 dB.
Yes, you can use JBL Professional loudspeakers for home audio. However, they may be designed for commercial or professional applications and may require additional equipment, such as amplifiers, to operate correctly.
The JBL VTX A12 has a maximum coverage pattern of 110 degrees horizontal by 10 degrees vertical.