Explore JBL Studio Monitors
Since creating the first two-way studio monitor in 1962, JBL has expanded on their studio monitor designs to bring you accurate and precise sound in your recording sessions. Whether you need monitors for a home studio or you're outfitting a professional space for bands to record their next hit, JBL offers a wide assortment of studio monitors for you. These types of speakers are specifically designed for use in the studio to give you an accurate reflection of your recording session. Whether you're looking for monitors for a home studio or you're outfitting a professional space for big name bands to come in and record their next hit, JBL has studio monitors for you. They're are a staple in studios all around the world, and for good reason. With their commitment to technology and a desire to deliver the absolute best, JBL studio monitors are a worthwhile addition. JBL takes audio very seriously, which is why they've been on the forefront of studio monitoring technology since the beginning. When you need a JBL studio speaker, check out the different series we offer at Musician’s Friend. From the 3 Series MkII to the 7 Series to the Control models, you’re sure to find the perfect recording monitor for your studio.
JBL 3 Series MkII Studio Monitors
Available with 5”, 6” and 8” low-frequency transducers, the 3 Series MkII are powered two-way studio monitors. This affordable series gives your studio precise imaging with a sleek design. They’re built to give you accurate frequency response, great low-frequency extension, and a high SPL capability. These studio monitors are packed with patented JBL technology, like Image Control Waveguide for that detailed imaging and a Slip Stream low-frequency port for superior bass. Add in custom Class-D amps, JBL drivers and Boundary EQ settings, and you’ll find the 3 Series has a high output and dynamic range with great performance. Plus, magnetically shielded transducers help minimize distortion when you’re recording, ensuring a better and more accurate sound when you’re in the studio.
JBL 7 Series Studio Monitors
When you want to step up your studio monitors, look to the JBL 7 Series. The JBL 7 Series are bi-amplified self-powered reference monitors. They’re available with either a 5” woofer in the 705P monitor or with an 8” woofer in the 708P monitor. With the latest JBL driver technology, these reference monitors have a great dynamic range and frequency response. Because of this, the 7 Series monitors deliver a huge output. The 7 Series features patented Image Control Waveguide, which adds accuracy and detail to the frequency spectrum. For even greater output, the 7 Series also has a built-in dual amplification system. When you add in comprehensive EQ controls and digital integration, it’s the perfect series for post-production sound and mastering. Even better, their compact design sets up in your studio with ease, and helps minimize any interference. The 7 Series recording monitors can be wall or ceiling mounted, giving you added control over your studio.
JBL Control Studio Monitors
The first models of the Control studio monitors were introduced in 1986. The series has come a long way since, and today you’ll find these monitors are packed with JBL technology built for the modern studio. Check out the Control 2P monitor system here at Musician’s Friend. The Control 2P is a stereo pair that includes one C2PM powered master monitor and one passive extension speaker. The pair has a compact, versatile design that delivers exceptional performance. They have a headphone jack if you need to monitor using headphones, and can be wall mounted when you need to outfit a studio. Snap-on pedestals allow you to position the Control 2P reference monitor at an exact angle for desktop applications. Plus, you’ll love having the great JBL technology in the Control monitors. High-frequency adjust control lets you contour high-frequency response. Magnetically shielded transducers prevent video interference, and an overload protection circuit protects the system from damage. You’ll be putting together audio visual presentations, broadcast applications and monitoring electronic music in no time with the Control recording monitor.