This B&H Kit combines a pair of JBL 308P MkII - Powered 8" Two-Way Studio Monitors with a JBL LSR310S 200W Powered Subwoofer, a desktop studio monitor control center, a pair of XLR cables, and a pair of 1/4" cables to create the primary components of a professional mixing and mastering monitor set up, for full range music production and broadcast facilities.
Audio engineers, producers, and musicians looking for a high-quality monitoring solution will be impressed with the JBL 308P MkII - Powered 8" 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 308P MkII features dual 56W Class-D amplifiers, which power the 8" low frequency woofer and woven-composite 1" neodymium tweeter. The combined output of the woofer and tweeter offer a frequency response of 45 Hz to 20 kHz with a peak SPL of 112 dB.
The monitor features JBL's Image Control Waveguide technology for accurate audio reproduction and JBL's Slip Stream port design for improved bass response. The 308P MkII is equipped with a boundary EQ for controlling the low frequency response when placed near a wall, as well as a 3-position HF trim switch. To ensure flexible connectivity, JBL included a balanced XLR input and a balanced 1/4" TRS input, both of which feature dented level control. Other features include a selectable input sensitivity switch that ensures compatibility with a range of signal sources. The JBL 308P MkII ships with a power cord.
- Patented Image Control Waveguide for detailed imaging and a broad, room-friendly sweet spot
- High-quality JBL transducers for optimized transient response and improved linearity
- Patented Slip Stream low-frequency port for superior bass performance at all playback levels
- Dual integrated, custom Class-D amplifiers provide 112W of power for high output and dynamic range
- Boundary EQ settings compensate for low-frequency variants introduced by the environment
- HF Trim switch adjusts high-frequency output to room acoustics or personal preferences
- Flexible connectivity with balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs, +4 dBu / -10 dBV input-sensitivity switch and adjustable volume control
- Engineered to JBL Linear Spatial Reference design criteria for outstanding accuracy in any working space
- Strenuous JBL 100-hour full-power test ensures years of reliability
- Sleek, modern design provides a visual upgrade to any studio
Looking for a high-quality subwoofer for your production studio? Check out the JBL LSR310S, a 200W Class-D subwoofer that has been optimized for use in JBL's 3 Series of speakers and is well suited for use in music recording, mix, postproduction, and 5.1 surround applications. The subwoofer features a 10" speaker and JBL's Slip Stream Port to provide a peak output of 113 dB.
A selectable Extended Low Frequency (XLF) effect allows you to augment the low-frequency response found in many dance clubs, allowing you use the LSR310S to provide a sonic picture of how your tracks will sound at the club. It also has a selectable input sensitivity and 3 crossover settings including 80 Hz, XLF (120 Hz), and external, allowing the use of an external crossover.
- JBL Patented Slip Stream Port: This patented JBL port design works in concert with the LSR310S low-frequency driver for deep, dynamic bass response at all playback levels. The double-flared shape of the port is precisely calculated to optimize low-frequency extension.
- XLF Extended Low Frequency Setting: The XLF setting activates a specially engineered tuning that emulates the ample bass tuning used in today's dance clubs. When producing a dance track, the XLF setting will inspire you and bring a bit of the club to your control from. For inspiration to the max, position the LSR310S in the nearest corner of your room and activate the XLF setting.
- Custom 10" Down-Firing High Excursion Low Frequency Driver: JBL Transducers are legendary for their performance. The custom-designed driver in the LSR310S exemplifies JBL engineering prowess, delivering deep low frequency response into the 20 Hz region, and 113 dB peak output for long periods at full-rated power with no risk of failure.
- Professional Balanced Inputs and Outputs: With balanced XLR and 1/4" inputs and XLR outputs, you can add the LSR310S to any studio monitor system to extend its low frequency performance or use it as the 0.1 LFE Channel in a surround-sound system.
- Selectable Input Sensitivity: The -10 dBV / +4 dBu sensitivity switch ensures compatibility with a broad range of signal sources, allowing you to connect the LSR310S to high-output professional equipment without any danger of input overload.
- Three Crossover Settings: The 80 Hz setting is recommended for use with the LSR305, LSR308, or any studio monitors. The External setting allows use of an outboard crossover.
- Volume Control: Simple and effective, the LSR310S volume control has detents that make it easy to balance the LSR310S in your studio monitor system
The Monitor Station V2 from PreSonus is a desktop studio control center that allows you to switch between three sets of studio monitors and three input sources. It also features a built-in headphone amplifier with four 1/4" headphone outputs, each with dedicated level control. These features make the Monitor Station V2 suitable for a variety of recording, monitoring and mixing applications.
For communicating with the talent, the Monitor Station V2 is equipped with a built-in electret-condenser talkback microphone with input-gain control and talkback button. It has a large main level control knob, dedicated buttons for input and speaker selection, and 8-segment color LED input meters for visual monitoring.
- 2x stereo pairs of 1/4" TRS inputs
- 1x stereo pair of RCA Aux inputs
- 1x stereo S/PDIF coaxial (RCA) digital input (44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz)
- 3x stereo pairs of 1/4" TRS speaker outputs with level controls
- 1x stereo pair of 1/4" TRS main outputs
- 1x stereo pair of 1/4" TRS cue outputs
- 4x 1/4" TRS stereo headphone outputs
- Large main level control
- 3x individual main source (ST1, ST2, Aux) select switches
- 3x individual speaker select switches
- Cue section with source select (ST1, ST2, Aux) and output-level control
- Aux-S/PDIF select switch
- Aux input level control
- Main mute, Mono, and Dim switches with variable Dim attenuation
- 8-segment color LED input meters with selectable reference level
- Built-in electret-condenser talkback microphone with input-gain control and talkback button
- Convenient desktop design
The Kopul Studio Elite 4000 Series XLR M to XLR F Microphone Cable (10') is a studio-quality cable for connecting mics to mixers, preamps, audio interfaces and recorders; or to be used in any other application where XLR connectivity is required. The cable is engineered to be both quiet and durable, and is well-suited for critical recording and broadcast situations.
Studio Elite 4000 Series cables are made from 24 AWG OFC copper wire that's wrapped with PE insulation and a conductive PVC inner shield. A cotton-yarn inner layer helps reduce electrostatic and microphonic noise. A 98% braided outer shield makes the cable resistant to EMI and RFI noise. The Neutrix XX silver connectors provide a high level of connectivity, and all the solder connections are shrink-wrapped for protection.
The 10 foot PM-TRS 1/4" TRS Male to 1/4" TRS Male Interconnect Cable from Pearstone features Rean connectors with nickel-plated contacts on both ends, 24-gauge oxygen-free copper conductors, and spiral shielding to protect against EMI and RFI noise. Additionally, twin conductive PVC shields reduce electrostatic noise and provide a clean signal path while retaining good flexibility for those occasions that demand it.
The connector's molded strain relief over metal shells provides excellent durability and allows for increased protection between the OFC conductors and the connectors. The cable is ideal for both live and studio applications, including connecting powered speakers to studio monitor controllers, or connecting synthesizers and outboard gear to mixers, or wherever balanced connections are indicated.