Heard a lot of good things about these so I decided to make the ...
24 December 2014
Summary: Upgraded from the Polk Tsi100s (I'm using a Denon E-300 receiver). Heard a lot of good things about these so I decided to make the purchase. Definitely worth it! One significant difference I noticed is that the bass is far more powerful than the Polk's. With the Polks. I really wanted a sub woofer but the JBL's bass is pretty strong and very toned that I am actually not considering paying extra money for a sub woofer.
Summary: JBL Studio 530: About as good as it gets, or, the Willie Nelson of bookshelf speakers. “Looks like you’ve got a couple of big va-jay-jays there,” said the missus. “A couple of what?” I asked, hoping I hadn’t heard her quickie assessment correctly. “Va-jay-jays. Your new speakers look like the Mound of Venus, a bread box, lady flowers, a beav…” “Okay, I’ve got it,” I interrupted, trying to keep her stroll down Synonym Street from scorching a static scene in my synapses.
Summary: I have yet to put these speakers in an optimal environment, but the are clear, crisp, and do an excellent job with vocals as well as music. There is a little left to be desired in the mid-range, thus a four instead of a five rating. For their size and weight that are quite good.
Summary: Meine bisher getesteten Lautsprecher am PC: - Nubuert Nupro A200 - Kef IQ1 mit Teufel Concept E Subwoofer - Edifier Studio 6 Plus Die JBLs betreibe ich am PC mit einem Kompaktverstärker (SMSL SA-50). Dieser befeuert die JBLs (Achtung 8Ohm) für Nachbarschaftstaugliche Pegel ganz ordentlich. Die Höhen der JBLs (vermutlich wegen des Hornhochtöners) sind mit das Beste was ich jemals gehört habe.