JBL has introduced the One Series 104 Powered Reference Monitor for recording musicians, podcasters and music and video producers of all levels.
JBL One Series 104 monitors are an innovative speaker with newly engineered JBL 4.5-inch coaxial drivers that provide full range performance for clear highs and deep bass, without a subwoofer.
This new coaxial driver has been specially contoured using the same research that led to the revolutionary waveguide found in M2, 7-Series and 3-Series monitors, and like these monitors, One Series also provide listeners with a wide, immersive sweet spot and an high accuracy. JBL 104 Reference monitors offer a high level of performance, even at loud playback levels. This is accomplished through clean, integrated 60-watt Class D amplification that can drive One Series speakers to 104db SPL (peak), without the distortion found in other competitive monitors.
The compact size of the new monitors can work in small workspaces. Smart features like a front-panel volume control allows convenient level adjustments without straying from the sweet spot, the front-panel headphone jack automatically mutes the speakers, providing isolation in one simple step, and dual 1/4-inch balanced and single 1/8-inch unbalanced TRS inputs accommodate a wide range of sources.
An optional, protective carrying case will also be available, for production on the go. The monitors will be available in the first quarter of this year.
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