JBL Control 65P/T Full-Range Satellite Pendant Speaker (Black, Pair)

BH #JBC65PT • MFR #C65P/T
JBL Control 65P/T Full-Range Satellite Pendant Speaker (Black, Pair)
Key Features
  • Compact Design
  • 5.25" Woofer with Silk-Dome Tweeter
  • Radiation Boundary Integrator Technology
  • 120° Conical Coverage
The black Control 65P/T from JBL is a satellite pendant speaker that provides full-range audio in a compact design. It features a 5.25" woofer and a silk-dome tweeter that deliver high-quality audio with a wide frequency response, ideal for music or speech applications. A full grille protects the drivers and gives the speaker a sleek look.
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JBL 65 P/T Overview

The black Control 65P/T from JBL is a satellite pendant speaker that provides full-range audio in a compact design. It features a 5.25" woofer and a silk-dome tweeter that deliver high-quality audio with a wide frequency response, ideal for music or speech applications. A full grille protects the drivers and gives the speaker a sleek look.

The speaker has JBL's exclusive Radiation Boundary Integration (RBI) technology to provide 120° of consistent conical coverage. It has a 75W power handling capability and an 8 ohm impedance for compatibility with a variety of installation sound systems. It also has a 60W multi-tap transformer for professional installs.

High-quality audio in a compact design
The 5.25" woofer and a silk-dome tweeter deliver full-range audio with a wide frequency response, ideal for music or speech applications
Full grille protects the driver and gives the speaker a sleek look
JBL's exclusive Radiation Boundary Integration (RBI) technology provides 120° of consistent conical coverage
75W power handling capability and an 8 ohm impedance for compatibility with a variety of installation sound systems
60W multi-tap transformer
UPC: 050036903851

JBL 65 P/T Specs

Active or PassivePassive
Speaker ConfigurationFull-Range
Power Handling150 W Program
300 W Peak
75 W RMS
Constant Voltage / Transformer Taps100 V:
60 / 30 / 15 W
70 V:
60 / 30 / 15 / 7.5 W
Drivers
HF Driver0.75" / 20 mm Soft-Dome
LF Driver5.25" / 130 mm Polypropylene-Coated Paper
LF Voice Coil1" / 25 mm
MagnetHF:
Neodymium
Performance
Frequency Range78 Hz to 18 kHz ±3 dB
Frequency Response55 Hz to 20 kHz -10 dB
Maximum SPL105 dB (Continuous)
111 dB (Peak)
Sensitivity86 dB
Coverage Angle120° H x 120° V
Directivity5.3 (Directivity/Q Factor)
7.2 dB (Directivity Index)
Transformer Insertion Loss0.5 dB at 7.5 W
0.5 dB at 15 W
0.6 dB at 30 W
0.7 dB at 60 W
Connectivity
I/O Connectors2 x Euroblock 2-Pin
Screw Terminal
Maximum Wire Gauge12 AWG / 2.5 mm
Environmental
IP RatingIP44
Physical
ColorBlack
MountingSuspension
Construction MaterialHigh-Impact Polystyrene, Metal Grille
Dimensions9.3 x 10.2" / 234 x 259 mm
Weight8 lb / 3.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight20 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21 x 13 x 10.5"
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I am going for 5 speakers of JBL Control 65 P/T My question Is which amplifier goes best with these
Asked by: Balwinder S.
Assuming you are using the JBL 65 P/T in 70v mode, and you tap each speaker at 60W, your amplifier needs to be at least 360W. You may consider the Speco Technologies P500A; B&H# SPP500A.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I am going for two pairs of JBL Control 65/T Speakers And One subwoofer of OWI Inc. MSUB10 10 Mercury Pendant My question Is which amplifier goes best with these
Asked by: Balwinder S.
There are certain details omitted from your inquiry which help determine the best amplifier to use. Will your set-up be mono or stereo? Would you be running an 8-ohm system, or a 70v system? If you are running an 8-ohm mono setup, a dual channel amplifier would work. If it is stereo, than you will need 2 amps. For an 8-ohm amp, take the RMS power rating and multiply it by 2. This will be the required power in order to get adequate headroom (3db) for your system. If 70v, you will need to decide what tap setting is appropriate in order to get 6-10db above your noise floor; factoring the 6db loss that occurs when the distance between the loudspeaker and the listener increases by double. In a 70v set-up you need at least 20 percent headroom. Assuming you are setting each speaker at the max tap, and all speakers are on a single line, you can get a 221 watt amplifier. If all you need is an amp, and not mixer/amplifier, you may consider the Electro-Voice PA1250T; B&H# ELPA1250T.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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mm planning to use JBL Control 65p for my Atmos setup since i have 20 feet ceiling heigh.planning to run 5.1.2 Atmos setup with Denon X2400h.will this speaker work ok for 2 channel atmos setup?
Asked by: YUSRI S.
These would work for your stated purpose.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Im going for two pairs of JBL Control 65P/T and a Control 60PS/T subwoofer, my question is about the amplifier, what is the recommended power for this using it in low impedance without the taps? im planning on connecting it sending the signal from the amplifier to the subwoofer and the subwoofer sending to the control 65P/T, also, is this set up better than the transformer taps?
Asked by: Hector Jose I.
The setup you are proposing is for use with a home AV receiver or amplifier and will work fine. This speaker can handle up to 75 watts so be careful not to overdrive it.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does mounting hardware come with the speakers?
Asked by: Jason
Included Accessories Two suspension cable systems (see Suspension, above), two 2-pin removable locking euro-block connectors, two rubber covers for euro-block connectors
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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what is the height?
Asked by: Anonymous
The JBL Control 65P/T is 10.2 inches in height to the top of the cabinet. 11 inches to top of the mounting bracket. The unit has a diameter of 9.3 inches.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

I am considering using these in a home theater as ...

I am considering using these in a home theater as surrounds. How do these compare with typical consumer grade home theater speakers as far as sound quality?
Asked by: Steve
There isn't a standard to reference "sound quality" and/or "typical consumer grade" (whatever that means) so your question can't be answered. Your room acoustics will influence what you hear far more than speaker differences. You simply have to buy and try. In terms of pure specs, these pendants have what I needed but I'm running Auro-3D 11.1 and so I needed full-range. The only funky thing about these is finding creative ways to mount them in the various angled locations. Having installed many home theaters and countless surround speakers, I can assure you that almost *any* speaker will function in that role despite what manufacturers will claim. Unique individual use cases like mine (Auro-3D) might slightly change that approach but only slightly.
Answered by: Stephen
Date published: 2021-03-22
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