The JBL LSR308 is Bi-amplified Studio Monitor with Magnetically-Shielded 8” Low Frequency Transducer and 1” Soft-Dome High Frequency Transducer and Image Control Wave Guide. Class-D 56 Watt RMS Amplifier for LF, and 56 Watt RMS Amplifier for HF. Balanced XLR and ¼” TRS Inputs with Detented Level Control, HF and LF Trim Controls.
Since their release, word has spread on the quality and value found in the original JBL 3 Series, resulting in wide adoption from hobbyists to high-end professionals working in music, film, post, and broadcast production worldwide. With such an obvious hit, you might ask, “Why update now?” On every JBL project, there’s always a handful of features or improvements that the engineering team can’t squeeze in before going to production, and 3 Series was no different.
When the opportunity presented itself, we decided to make those final improvements to the transducers, add a frequently-requested feature, and apply the latest manufacturing learnings. The result—new editions of these popular studio monitors that retain the best qualities of the originals, but now look better, sound better, and provide transparent sound in even more production environments.
JBL is an American company that manufactures audio equipment, including loudspeakers and headphones. There are two independent divisions within the company; JBL Consumer produces audio equipment for the consumer home market, while the JBL Professional produces professional equipment for the studio, installed sound, tour sound, portable sound (production and DJ), and cinema markets.
30.5 × 24.5 × 43.18 cm
MkII series features next-generation JBL transducers, new Boundary EQ, and a sleek new design
Updated HF and LF transducers: new design improvements result in optimized damping for superior transient response and impressive deep bass with lower harmonic distortion
New boundary EQ: restores neutral low frequency response when speakers are placed on the work surface and adjacent to walls
Sleek, modern design provides a dramatic flair to any studio
Broad sweet spot: neutral frequency response across a wide area allows you to fine-tune your mix even while listening off-axis