One series 104 (Image: JBL)
One series 104 (Image: JBL)

Tabletop monitors with coax chassis

JBL One Series 104: 190€ speaker pair

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Active two-way loudspeakers as inexpensive near-field monitors.

The new "One Series 104" – not to be confused with the legendary "Control One" – are active loudspeakers that are available as a master-slave set. The master box contains the 2x30 Watt Class D amplifier, which supplies the slave box via speaker cables. It is supplied analog via mini jack, 2x RCA or via two large balanced jack sockets. The 12 cm woofer and 2 cm tweeter are arranged coaxially in the ported cabinet. They are optimized for near-field operation. The volume is adjusted on the front panel and even headphones can be connected. The price per pair: 190 Euro – available immediately from specialist dealers.

One series 104, Rear (Image: JBL)
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