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JBL Annouces 2 New Products In Their Cinema Lineup

Posted September 4, 2014 by .Omar Correa in Audio

JBL Cinema SB350

Screen Shot 2014-09-04 at 1.06.27 PMDesigned to complement your TV, the JBL Cinema SB350 projects stunning big-movie sound with Dolby Digital and Harman Display Surround sound from a great-looking compact unit that perfectly matches wall mounted or table stand installations. The separate subwoofer wirelessly connects to the Soundbar, allowing freedom of placement in any room, and with independent volume control, can be adjusted for the perfect level of bass at any time from your remote. All this great sound and functionality connects with a single cable to your TV using an HDMI, optical or analog connection, and streams music from smartphones or tablets wirelessly using Bluetooth. 160 watts of power drive the Soundbar’s built-in left- and right-channel speakers with another 160 watts for the wireless subwoofer.
MSRP: $399.95

JBL Cinema Base

Screen Shot 2014-09-04 at 1.08.18 PMDesigned to complement your flat-screen TV, JBL Cinema Base projects stunning big-movie sound with Dolby Digital and Harman Display Surround sound from a sleek, self-contained package. Its all-in-one tabletop form is designed to fit neatly under most TVs up to 60″. JBL Cinema Base connects with a single cable to your TV using an HDMI, optical or analog connection, and streams music from smartphones or tablets wirelessly using Bluetooth. 240 watts of power drive the built-in 65 mm left- and right-channel speakers and integrated, independently adjustable dual 90 mm subwoofers.
MSRP: $349.95

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