The JBL LSR 2310SP is a powered, magnetically shielded 230H 10" woofer and 180W RMS amplifier. The subwoofer speaker features integrated bass management crossover with selectable crossover settings an... Click To Read More About This Product
The JBL LSR 2310SP is a powered, magnetically shielded 230H 10" woofer and 180W RMS amplifier. The subwoofer speaker features integrated bass management crossover with selectable crossover settings and polarity control. The JBL speaker has left- and right-balanced XLR, 1/4", and unbalanced RCA inputs with detented level control as well as left- and right-balanced XLR and 1/4" high-passed outputs.
Deep, powerful bass
Extends your system's low-frequency response to the 20 Hz range
Included metal grill protects against potential damage when the sub is beneath a workstation
Frequency Response: 31 Hz - 150 Hz (-6dB)
Low Frequency Extension (-10dB): 29 Hz
Amplifier Power: 180W
Max SPL Continuous: > 103 dB
Max SPL Peak: >113 dB
Driver: 10" 230H; Self-Shielded
Input Sensitivity XLR, 1/4" -10 dbV; RCA -20 dbV: 96 dB SPL/1m (80 Hz crossover)
Inputs: XLR, 1/4" Balanced, RCA Unbalanced
User Controls: Input Level; High Frequency Adjust, Low Frequency Adjust
Magnetic Shielding: Yes
Mounting Capability: Yes
Finish (Baffle/Enclosure): Metallic Anthracite Paint/Dark Matte Black PVC
Dimensions: 10" W x 15.5" H x 12" D
Net Weight (Each): 27 lb.
Reviewed by 6 customers
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As a user of JBL Professional monitors for over 30 years, I can say that the LSR 2310P, when matched up with a pair of LSR 2325P monitors, gives a flat, clear smooth response that a recording engineer demands.
Bought this sub a few weeks ago to go with my 5'' Studio Monitors from JBL to complete my monitor set up and it does wonders. Delivers a great punch and the right amount of bass from working with music or sound design. For the price I couldn't see a better option
Great speaker, works well anywhere in the room. Clear clean sound. A must with the high end monitors. I listened to every monitor in the store and for my ear the JBL was the most bang for the buck!
I like the speakers of the "JBL" today!!!!!. And it's offer a lot's of coolest clerly studio speakers!!!!!. When they hit the market at a good price in your wallet at the "GUITER CENTER" today!!!!!. And i love them 24/7!!!!!. Because i own a JBL 2 8" speaker, and 2 5" speaker, and also a Monitor System Controller! go's with the hold system 24/7!!!!!. And i got a "TASCAM 2488 neo" recorder right along with my "JBL's" system speaker in the studio room of my 24/7!!!!!. and it's help's me get the work done man!!!!!
This is a great sub! I have it paired with the LSR2325P monitors. It makes for the perfect mixing package for a small home studio! I believe it is well worth the money to get the sub and fill out the low end of your mixes.
This little sub packs a big punch. It comes with enough ins and outs to be useful in a variety of situations and applications. Only two things are less than ideal - one, it will contribute significantly to the temperature of the room where it's installed, especially when doing a lot of heavy lifting. The heat sink is ingeniously installed in the bass port at the rear of the unit, which means that every time a lot of air is flowing out of the unit and it's working the hardest, that same air is dissipating the heat generated by the amplifier. This design is very good at keeping the unit from overheating - and also very good at heating up whatever room it's housed in. Secondly, while it contains an internal crossover as well as balanced outputs for connecting to a pair of powered nearfield monitors, it doesn't have an output level adjustment. JBL makes the assumption that your powered monitors will have their own level adjustments that you will balance with the sub. JBL's own monitors usually do. If you're using monitors that operate at a fixed output level (wide open) using the internal crossover in the sub will result in extremely loud listening levels from your monitors. I have a pair of the original Tannoy Active Reveal monitors that have no level adjustment on them. If I didn't happen to have a spare crossover unit laying around, I would have been up a creek with this sub. Overall, though, it's a great unit, and one I'd recommend to anyone who owns adjustable monitors or an external crossover.
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