Back in 1970, JBL introduced the world to the hi-fi L100 Loudspeaker based on the company’s 430 Pro Studio monitors. Their incredible sound quality and Quadrex, waffle-shaped foam grilles made them the best-selling loudspeaker of their era. Now, JBL is reaching back to bring them into the spotlight once again, but this time with some modern upgrades.
With a vintage design, the iconic JBL L100 Classic three-way speaker features a satin walnut wood veneer enclosure with front and rear panels dipped in black, 12-inch white cone, pure pulp woofer, five-inch pure pulp cone midrange driver, one-inch titanium dome tweeter, high-frequency and mid-frequency L-pad attenuators, and bass-reflex design with a front-firing port. The speaker has a frequency response of 40Hz-40kHz and 90dB sensitivity to provide you with excellent playback of the music that moves you. The retro foam-grid speaker will be hitting shelves soon.
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