JBL LSR310S Subwoofer Demo

everybody in this video I will show you
the unboxing and the little scientist of
the GPL SR for 10s subwoofer I mean it’s
a great subwoofer it’s for the JBL SR
408 and 305 studio monitors I really
enjoyed the sound it gives the base a
little thump a little something a lower
the GPL SR 408 and 305 so I mean I have
the JBL SR 405 they go to around 45
Hertz I would say with the subwoofer
they go down to 27 and I would really
recommend buying you the subwoofer
if you have a smaller room I don’t think
it’s really necessary I have a pretty
small room around free by 3 meters and
yeah I don’t think it’s worth it that
much but if you want the lower notes
then just buy it just go on to the
Amazon or something and just click buy
yeah it’s it’s worth it I mean not for
400 bucks for 400 euros I mean cause in
Europe and here we have euros but yeah I
think it’s a good buy
catchy unless my basting my did my
best for go best for me

JBL LSR310S Subwoofer Specs

LF Driver250mm (10-inch) High-Excursion, Down-Firing
Low Frequency Extension27 Hz
Maximum Peak SPL113 dB
Amplifier Power Rating200 W Class D
Crossover Settings80 Hz, XLF, External
Input Connectors2 x XLR, 2 x TRS Balanced
Outputs2 x XLR
Maximum Peak Input Level+20.3 dBu
AC Voltage100-240 VAC +/- 10% 50/60 Hz
Dimensions (HxWxD)448 mm x 381 mm x 398 mm (17.65 in x 15 in x 15.65 in)
Net Weight (each)15.6 kg / 34.3 lbs
LF Driver Power Handling200 W Class D
Enclosure18 mm (3/4 in) MDF

JBL LSR310S Subwoofers

Bring your system all the way up to heaven with the JBL LSR310S subwoofers. The LSR’s low profile makes it perfect for the office or the home. The refined components, coupled with JBL’s patented Noise Control Filter, provide supreme sound quality even in the most demanding situations.

Bring the best out of your recording and music experience with the new JBL LSR310S subwoofers. The refined bass response and tonal balance keep listeners involved in every recording. The Slip Stream Port allows the low frequencies to freely flow into the speaker enclosure without being amplified. The extended low frequency setting allows you to hear your tracks with the full augmented low bass tone used in the modern dance music venues. You can use the Subwoofirst Control to vary the base amount from a steady level to an extreme low. This adds another layer of depth and energy to the music.

For a supremely versatile performance, the JBL LSR310S studio monitor is built on the latest technology and innovation. It comes with a patent pending Slip Stream Port that allows the low frequencies to freely flow into the speaker enclosures. This allows for unequaled performance in a classically perfect situation. The custom 10 down-firing drivers are specially made to work in concert with JBL LSR products that are designed to give you the precise tonal consistency and power you need. In concert with the LSR310S studio subwoofers, the amplifier and port configuration is especially designed for maximum efficiency and output power.

The custom made in speaker box enclosure gives you the freedom to customize the system to suit your specific needs. A unique, two-stage Hi-Q crossover that is capable of setting the precise frequency response with a precision timing control is the key to this performance. An optimized amplifier and port system allows for precise tonal consistency across the frequency spectrum. The resulting output is likely to be the most accurate reproduction of sound you will ever experience in your studio monitor system, even with large subwoofers. For added convenience, the amplifier has a long cable run that allows the cables to be easily connected and operated. Also included in the package is a cable shield that will protect your cables and prevent them from becoming damaged in transit.

In order to get the very best performance from your JBL LSR310S studio monitor system, you need to have an appropriate subwoofer installed. This is because the low frequency output power is significantly reduced when compared with high frequency. A specially designed subwoofer that has a high F-ensitivity ensures that you get the lowest distortion and extended bass even at the highest volumes.

The patented slipstream port design works in tandem with a powerful amplifier that supports the increased sensitivity of a high F-axis. What this port design does is that it increases the amount of power that is able to be delivered to the amplifier without any loss in amplifier output power. The result is a bass extension that extends and shapes, rather than compresses, the low frequency response. The result is superior performance, extended playback levels, and extended power over time.

Last update on 2021-08-03 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

3 verified buyer reviews
  1. If you have a pair of JBL 308PMK2s and are on the fence about upgrading, this is a good option. While the 308PMK2s sound fantastic, this round out the sound profile.

    The notched volume often makes it very easy to believe you’re turning it to the proper volume.

    I’d suggest the 80hrz crossover for the crossover environment. This preserves the audio while allowing the sub to do what it does best.

    The only disadvantage is that JBL has yet to find out how to design packaging that allows the product to arrive in one piece. The first arrived dead and covered in scrapes and bruises. The substitute still had scrapes, but because it worked, I didn’t want to risk having another dead one because of a scratch.

  2. Many of you producers and non-commercial consumers are complaining that it isn’t punchy enough or hasn’t got enough kick to it; all I can tell is that you’re doing it wrong. When I was testing it, I thought the same thing before a friend and I found out what we were doing wrong. I’m sure some of you found it out because it’s sort of trial and error, but just in case, read on.

    Before I get into the solution to your dilemma, I should clarify that I do not use this in the studio or for music production. I don’t use it on +4 settings because I use it for general purposes such as music, videos, sports, and the occasional sound clip edit.

    Set your speakers to -10 and your monitors to 25-40% volume to achieve a proper balance for general use, assuming you use anything like the Focusrite 2i2. Then set your sub to maximum volume and XLF, then increase the volume on your audio interface (in my case, I use the Focusrite 2i2), and BAM, you now have more sound from your sub to fit your speakers, and all you have to do is lift the volume a little more.

  3. I apologize if I’m being naive or stubborn in deducting a star for the wrong purpose.

    Overall, the audio quality is excellent. These are used in conjunction with my JBL monitor speakers. They complement each other well, and I’m pleased to have completed my sound system. I don’t make music, and I don’t listen to high-quality music; instead, I use Spotify High Quality files. I record with a Focusrite Scarlet 2i2. I’ve been looking into a more powerful DAC, but it appears that the JBL Subwoofer and monitor speakers worked well together.

    Again, I don’t use this for music production, but I do use it in my small home office, so I don’t need a booming bump. I just wanted to add more depth to my sound. I believe it is successful. But I turned up the volume on this sub and it really hits…. like, BOOOOOM. Also, though I would not consider myself an audiophile, I did appreciate the ease of accessing my display speakers by looping through the subwoofer. But I didn’t have to figure out how to get more than a left and right channel out of my machine.

    The only reason I’m criticizing this is that I don’t understand why a good-sounding subwoofer needs to be so big. Maybe I’m being naive, but it appears that there are other subwoofer technologies available that produce satisfactory quality sound while being substantially smaller in size.

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