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Reviews Categories | Speakers for communications use | JBL Pro III Series Bookshelf Speaker Help


Reviews Summary for JBL Pro III Series Bookshelf Speaker
Reviews: 2 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $200.00 about 15 years ago.
Description: JLB Pro III
A late 80's and early 90's 2-way professional bookshelf speaker system.
Power range: 10 to 100 watts
Impedance: 4 Ohms
Crossover Freq: 3000 Hz
Titanium tweeter assy.
5" Long Throw Mid/Low Freq Transducer
Diamensions: 9.25" x 6.25" x 5.625"
Weight: 5.5 lbs.
Speakers are magnetically shielded for video.
Product is in production.
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KE6TDT Rating: 5/5 Nov 12, 2017 16:44 Send this review to a friend
Super Sound!  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
After reading the review above, I decided to try these JBL Pro III speakers which we had inherited but were not being used.

I recoiled when I cleaned and dusted them off and connected to my ICOM 7600. What a difference from the old blacked faced Motorola HSN 4000A speakers I was previously using. The Motorola's were good considering their age, size etc, but no comparison to the JBL Pro III speakers.

I am using one JBL with the IC 7600 and the other with a Kenwood R-1000 receiver. Both sound outstanding, far better then their internal speakers and are very easy to listen to!
 
NL7W Rating: 5/5 Aug 28, 2004 04:34 Send this review to a friend
Exc Speaker for Hamming!  Time owned: more than 12 months
I now owned two sets of these covering a span of 15 years. I haven't found a better bookshelf speaker anywhere for general narrowband (200-4000 Hz)use in ham radio applications. The tonal qualities of these are something to behold.

These were quality built, professional speakers with serious transducers - both the mid/low frequency element and the tweeter could handle a fair amount of power. Presently, the line output of my HF rig is driving an outboard Bogen 20 watt PA amplifier, which in turn drives this JBL Pro III. This outboard, "clean" audio combination really makes the difference when recovering critical audio at all listening levels.

If you can find a nice used pair, pick them up. You will be presently surprised. From this review, you could surmise that they might also sound great on a "HiFi" stereo system. You're right... they do. 73.

 


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