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JBL Duet Speaker System for Portable Music and PC - White (Pair)
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- 2-channel speaker system for use with portable audio devices
- Generates smooth and accurate sound for handheld MP3 players and CD players
- Patent-pending TSR technology improves bass and lowers distortion
- 60 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response; >70 dB signal-to-noise ratio
- 12 watts total power (6 watts x 2)
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The JBL Duet Multimedia system provides smooth and accurate sound for any portable music player or computer. With its incredibly easy set-up and use, Duet is a sophisticated approach to achieving great two-channel sound.
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The JBL Duet multimedia speaker system provides smooth and accurate sound for any portable music player or computer. With its incredibly easy setup and use, Duet is a sophisticated approach to achieving great two-channel sound.
Duet uses patent-pending Tangential Strain Relief (TSR) technology that was designed specifically to deliver extra bass and lower distortion in small enclosures as a result of controlled linear excursion of the speaker. It also provides superior midrange- and high-frequency reproduction.
The neodymium magnet creates more power and sensitivity. Duet also uses a proprietary Adverse Pressure Gradient (APG) port design, which greatly enhances the bass performance.
- Drivers: Phoenix SE Tangential Strain Relief (TSR)
- Power Output: 6 Watts per speaker (1% THD)
- Power Consumption: 20 Watts maximum
- Dimensions (H x W x D): 9" x 6" x 6"
- Weight Per Speaker: 3.5 lb (1.6kg)
- Input Impedance: Less than 5K Ohms
- Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Less than 70dB
- Frequency Response: 60Hz-20kHz
- Input Sensitivity: 400mV for rated power
- Finish: Silver
- Self-powered satellite speakers
- Volume controls on satellites
- Manufacturer: Harman Multimedia
- Model Name: JBL Duet
- Available Colors: Silver, White and Aluminum
- Drivers: Phoenix TSR
- Power: 12 watts total (10% THD+N)
- Input Impedance: less than 5k ohms
- Signal-to-Noise Ratio: >80dB
- Frequency Response: 60Hz -- 20kHz
- Input Sensitivity: 400mV RMS for rated power
- Input Voltage: 120V AC US
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The Cons: I only have one, but will mention a few details about this product that could be pontentially a con for others.
In order to turn the speakers on/off or to increase/decrease volume it's pretty much a two hand affair. Due to the speakers lightweight and design of the control knob I always need to use one hand to hold the speaker in place while using the other to turn the control knob.
No left/right channel balance control. This may or may not be a con to you. I personally set what speakers I do have that has this control center balanced anyway, so I'm neutral on the lack of this feature.
No Subwoofer. Once again no problem, I knew this prior to purchase and I was not looking for booming bass to begin with and had no high expectations of low deep bass from a pair of speakers this size or within it's price range.
Overall these are very good sounding, good quality, and nice looking speakers for the price. Don't expect them to fill a concert hall with lavish sound or to rattle any nic nacks off the shelves because if so you will be disappointed. In a small to medium sized room you'll most likely be pleasantly surprised at how good they really sound. In their price range I feel they are the best speakers out there.
The highs and mids are a little lacking on these and being overpowered by the bass....yes these little suckers have plenty of bass! They are hitting their expected low of 60hz with ease! That being said, to my ears the highs and mids were being hidden by the deeper bass extension. An easy fix for anyone who thinks the same is to go into your sound card settings and mess with the equalizer. It helped a ton and now mine sound just how my ears want them to. They do start to distort a little when pushed really hard but with the volume knob anywhere from slightly over middle on downwards they sound fabulous. I think the looks are very appealing on them and the green LED power lights dont bother me one bit. If your distracted by green LED's they may bother you cause they are fairly bright. For me it isnt an issue. The power brick is pretty big so make sure you have room on your surge protector! It covers up 3 slots on mine. Hookup is easy...connect them to one another then plug into the green port on your soundcard or headphone jack then plug the power cord into them and thats it. The speaker with the volume knob is the right speaker. At first I had them backwards so thats just a heads up to someone before they actually hook these up. All in all I dont think there is anything in the price range that I've heard that sounds any better.
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It is broken now, and is offered by third part sellers only for approx twice the amount the cost was when I purchased it.