By Lisa Johnston
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Stamford, Conn. – JBL has begun shipping most models in its new Studio 2 line of in-room speakers, which incorporate waveguide technology derived from JBL’s Professional M2 Master Reference Monitor.
The technology is said to deliver a stereo image with natural balance, detail and accuracy to any position in the listening room.
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Stamford, Conn. – JBL has added two 5.1 home-theater speaker packages at suggested $299 and $399.
With the launch of the $249 system, JBL is starting its speaker packages at a lower price point, having offered a $399 package that is now on sale on its website at $249.
Stamford, Conn. — Harman International expanded its JBL brand of headphones with the formal debut of the Synchros line on Wednesday.
All five Synchros models make use of JBL’s new LiveStage signal processing technology, said to recreate a warm, natural feeling, as well as the company’s PureBass technology.
Stamford, Conn. – JBL unveiled some of the industry’s first docking speaker systems with Apple’s new eight-pin Lightning connector for the iPhone 5, fifth-generation iPod Touch, seventh-generation iPod Nano, iPad Mini and fourth-generation iPad.
The docks will be available for pre-order on JBL.com starting today, and the $99 OnBeat Micro will be available be at major retailers such as Apple prior to Black Friday. The $199 OnBeat Venue LT to follow shortly after.