Articles tagged with: JL Audio
Because of the Holidays and how crazy busy we get around here that time of year we have had no real additions to our blogs for a couple of months now.
Quite surprising to us all is the number of people that have written us and asked us to get going again. It seems that there are a good number of people that actually read and enjoy what we write.
Heck there were even a few people that admitted they learned a few things from us! I cannot tell you how surprised and happy I …
I just wanted to say thank you for all your help and I appreciate all the advice you’ve given me. The JL Audio sub sounds great and I could not be happier with the set up. I will be sure to come back if I choose to replace the speakers.
K.K. Palm Beach
**All testimonials given are from customers speaking only in a personal capacity and are not compensated for the opinions given.**
So you are ready to shop for a Home Theater speaker system and you have some questions; probably a lot of them. Hopefully the following information will help.
First, be sure and print out all of the spec sheets on all of the speakers you are thinking of buying. These will make wonderful lining for your birdcage, or make it easy to find packing material the next time you need to ship something fragile someplace. You see most if not virtually all of the specs on a speaker mean little or …
The weather’s changing and it’s time to take that nice ride down I-95. Well, I know I’m reaching here. Top down, windows open, stereo on about level 30, you know the drill. That also means it’s time to invest in something that’ll not only make your ride more enjoyable but will also save you money in the long run. The radar detector. Making sure you have a good reliable radar detector
We get a lot of questions about speakers here, so just for fun I am going to cover a few of the very common ones, and perhaps dispel a myth or two while I am at it.
Myth Number 1)
I can buy speakers on the Internet or out of a van in the Publix parking lot and save a ton of money, and I hear they are just as good as the ones you sell. Ok, where do I start here?
First if a company only sells their speakers on the internet there is a very …
B&W debuts first in-wall subwoofer
“Need big sound, slamming bass and audiophile bass extension, but don’t want to see where it comes from? Then the ISW-4 in-wall subwoofer is for you. Two long-throw 200 mm (8 in) drivers allow it to move the large volumes of air needed for high-quality low-frequency output. The ISW-4 is housed
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