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JBL Northridge E150P 10-Inch Powered Subwoofer with 150-Watt Digital Amplifier, Single (Black Ash)

by JBL

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  • 10-inch low-frequency PolyPlas woofer
  • FreeFlow flared port prevents distortion
  • High-output 150-watt amplifier; 250 watts peak dynamic power
  • Line level and speaker level inputs with 5-way gold-plated binding posts
  • Measures 12-1/4 x 17-3/4 x 14-1/2 inches (W x H x D)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight32 pounds
Product Dimensions17.8 x 12.2 x 15.2 inches
Item model numberE150P
WarrantyYes, five years parts and labor. Jbl.com
Height (inches)1.47 inches
Width (inches)1.02 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB00011ME9I
Shipping Weight39.5 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 17, 2003
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: JBL
  • Model: E150P
  • Warranty: Yes, five years parts and labor. Jbl.com

Product Description

The Northridge E Series E150P powered subwoofer is just the ticket to bring your home theater system to life. Equipped with JBL's PolyPlas woofer, this subwoofer delivers the low-frequency goods. Special effects in your favorite movies, assisted by the FreeFlow flared port, are loud and clear, without unwanted distortion or boominess. An efficient digital amplifier backs up the 10" woofer with high output. Sturdy gold-plated, 5-way binding posts provide a strong connection that preserves all of the nuances of the original program. Convenient level and crossover-frequency controls and a phase switch let you tailor the E150P's performance to your room acoustics or taste. Features 150-watt maximum amplifier power with a 50Hz-150Hz low-pass frequency. The computer-designed, miter-joint cabinet virtually eliminates distortion, and its slim front-firing, European profile won't overpower your room. 33.5 lbs. 17-3/4Hx12-1/4Wx14-1/2D".

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This was no after market sub.
L. Cox
It is well built; solid in both construction and performance.
Jerry
Would work better in a bedroom or a dorm.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By L. Cox on December 9, 2004
I originally purchased the Yamaha YST-SW215 8" Powered Subwoofer. I was underwhelmed by the performance and the cheap construction. However, at $99, I got what I paid for.

I returned it and began looking for other options. I looked at the JBL and at first dismissed purchasing it because it was out of my price range ($200 and under).

I went to BestBuy to see/hear it ($299). Hearing any audio equipment at a store will not compare to your home environment, so saying that it sounded good at the store may not yield the same results at home. I mainly wanted to see the build and quality of the materials. I was very impressed-especially knowing I was going to purchase elsewhere for a better price. It is well worth the $299.

When visiting the Amazon site, I clicked the new and used offers, I found several under $180. Usually, this raises a red flag- gray market products etc. Also, many underprice and regain profit when adding shipping.

I purchased this from Bestpriceaudiovideo.com for $169 with free shipping and no tax. I was not disappointed. The order was processed when they said it would be and came well-packed. This was no after market sub.

I would be surprised if you can find a better sub for the price. It can rattle the walls if you want or can simply add fuller sound to music if that's what you like. and for only $60 or so more than the Yamaha, it was well worth it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Erik S. Johnson on February 22, 2007
This is a great sub for entry-level to mid-level systems, where you have some measure of control over the listening environment. Its construction quality is high, has sufficient power to provide a good listening experience in a small to moderate sized room, is tight, and is musical.

Because this is a ported design, it has a tendency to get boomy **IF** it is placed incorrectly, or tuned incorrectly, within a room. Put it in a corner where it is tuned to the resonant frequency of the floor and drywall in that corner, sure it can get pretty whoofy at that frequency. But, ANY similar sub from another manufacturer will display exactly the same traits -- it is a matter of physics, not a matter of whether this is a Hsu, SVS, or whatever. If boominess is an issue, place the sub away from the corner, or tune it appropriately with the crossover setting...

So, if you are looking for a reasonably priced sub from an outstanding manufacturer, an excellent line of speakers (the JBL Northridge series), and a speaker that delivers the goods without being pretentious, this might be a good choice to consider...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard Frantz on August 1, 2007
This Speaker seems to be no longer manufactured. As far as I can tell by the published specs. the JBL SUB 10 is its replacement. The grill is different. My E150P is well engineered and is very pleasing to listen to.
In my listening room ( 16'x12' with vaulted ceiling ) which is not set up for surround sound, the E150p really brings out a symphonic bass drum or a 32Hz organ pedal. For under $200 I believe you will be satisfied.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jerry on May 6, 2006
I needed to replace a pair of bookshelf speakers and decided to add the JBL E150P subwoofer to the order since the price was only $179 with free shipping.

This sub has made a significant improvement to the sound of my system adding full rich bass without booming. It is well built; solid in both construction and performance. I'm glad I added it to my order!
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Dogen on March 20, 2005
Well this subwoofer has a very narrow sweet spot...turn it up too much and it resonates, turn it down too much and you can't hear it.

If you don't have high expectations it'll do, and the price is certainly attractive.

Still, I wish I had spent a extra two or three hundred for an SVS or Hsu or Velodyne, really good subs start at four hundred dollars and up.
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