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JBL 306P MkII Powered 6.5" Two-Way Studio Monitor

BH #JB306PMKII • MFR #306P MKII
JBL 306P MkII Powered 6.5" Two-Way Studio Monitor
Key Features
  • Bi-Amplified Powered Reference Monitor
  • Dual 56W Class-D Amplifiers
  • Low Frequency Woofer: 6.5"
  • Neodymium Woven-Composite Tweeter: 1"
Audio engineers, producers, and musicians looking for a high-quality monitoring solution will be impressed with the  JBL 306P MkII - Powered 6.5" Two-Way Studio Monitor, a bi-amplified reference monitor with next-generation drivers, offering high detail, precise imaging, a wide sweet spot, and a remarkable dynamic range to enhance the mix capabilities of any modern workspace. The magnetically-shielded 306P MkII features dual 56W Class-D amplifiers, which power the 6.5" low frequency woofer and woven-composite 1" neodymium tweeter. The combined output of the woofer and tweeter offer a frequency response of 47 Hz to 20 kHz with a peak SPL of 110 dB.
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Can these speakers be daisy chained for multiple surround sound experience. I only see (2) inputs on the back
Asked by: Matt H.
No, for that you would need analog line outs which they don't have.
Answered by: Vijay R.
Date published: 2022-01-06

Is there an EU power cord version available? One ...

Is there an EU power cord version available? One for use in Germany?
Asked by: Ryan
It supports both US and European voltages so all you would need is a standard US to German plug adapter not a voltage convertor. Also, the end which goes into the speaker is the standard computer power cable format so a cable should be easy to find.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2022-01-06

How do these speakers sound without the ...

How do these speakers sound without the subwoofer? Asking for video production.
Asked by: Andrew
The JBL 306P MkII Powered 6.5" Two-Way Studio Monitors are very popular monitors that are commonly used for recording and video production without a subwoofer. The 306P MkII includes a 6.5" woofer and 1" tweeter, and has a frequency range of 39 Hz to 24 kHz (at -10 dB). If your audio has a lot of content in the frequency range below 39 Hz, then you may want to use a subwoofer along with the studio monitors.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2022-08-14

Can you buy a single spearker as a center ...

Can you buy a single spearker as a center channel?
Asked by: Michael
You could use it as a center channel in a compatible surround mixing set up, but you would not be able to connect it to a home AV receiver for the purpose of watching movies.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-02-13

Can the amplifier be bypassed to use as passive ...

Can the amplifier be bypassed to use as passive speakers?
Asked by: Anonymous
This is an active speaker, with the amplifiers built in, so it would not be used as a passive speaker. JBL LSR708i 8" Master Reference Monitor (Single), BH #JBLSR708I would be a very god quality passive reference monitor to consider.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2020-11-18

Can you add a subwoofer?

Can you add a subwoofer?
Asked by: Steven
Yes, a subwoofer such as the JBL LSR310S 200W Powered 10" Subwoofer(BH #JBLSR310S) is a great pairing for the JBL 308P MkII Powered 8" Two-Way Studio Monitors. You would feed the subwoofer from your main output signal, then feed the monitors from the subwoofer outputs. Link to LSR310S here: https://bhpho.to/3DCLlTY
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-04-05

None of my audio output devices have balanced ...

None of my audio output devices have balanced connections - yet the back of the 305P's only have balanced inputs. If I use, let's say an audio cable that has a TRS connector on end (going to the speakers), and an RCA cable on the other end (going to my audio sources), will this work with the 305's?
Asked by: Bernd
It will work. For instance, I use them with my phone headset jack as the source. It may pick up more noise, but that may be an issue only with very long cables and in a professional situation. I never noticed any noise with my setup.
Answered by: Luigi
Date published: 2022-01-06

Can these be placed laying on their side?

Can these be placed laying on their side?
Asked by: kristopher
Yes, they can.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2021-07-10
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