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JBL Studio 570 150W Dual 5-1/4" Floorstanding Loudspeaker EXPIRED

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JBL.com has JBL Studio 570 150W Dual 5-1/4" Floorstanding Loudspeaker on sale for $199.99. To earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below. Shipping is free.

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About this product:
  • Dual 5-1/4" ribbed PolyPlas woofer cones
  • 25 - 150 Watt suggested amplifier power range
  • Dual gold-plated connectors
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  • In the box:
    • 1x JBL Studio 570 floorstanding loudspeaker
    • 1x horn cover
    • 1x port tube insert
    • 4x metal spikes
    • Owner's manual

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I'm using some 530's on my desk, and personally would've gone with a set of 570's if I had the space. I Like these 530s, but I always lean toward the tower version of any speaker lines I've demoed. That being said, I still really like my 530's for the money. IMO if you feel like you're missing low end, you'd be better off putting the $400 towards a sub and keeping your 530's. One thing I've heard that has kept me from going too wild in my speaker journey, is to not buy a set of speakers/components that are a side-grade. There won't be that much difference vs only putting money into things that are upgrades to parts of your system, which will gradually bring your overall system level up.
If you plan to put 530's or any bookshelf on a stand you might as well just get the tower version. Some people really get fixated on having bookshelves and make this mistake for a variety of reasons , myself included.
Any suggestions on a way to raise them? I don't want it to look janky as it'll be in the family room.

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I just got a pair of these last time they dropped this low, they are adorable, smaller versions of my 590s and in a small room still do great for music. Might need a sub for movies if you desire that- but most people will be happy with a pair of these shaming most every sound bar out there. I have them hooked to the aux out on a 'meh' TV via an SMSL Q5 Pro ('meh' amp) and they still sound great.
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link keeps auto-closing the new tab? weird.
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Do people have thoughts on how these compare to the 530s on stands, as front LR speakers? That's my current setup.
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Do people have thoughts on how these compare to the 530s on stands, as front LR speakers? That's my current setup.
I'm using some 530's on my desk, and personally would've gone with a set of 570's if I had the space. I Like these 530s, but I always lean toward the tower version of any speaker lines I've demoed. That being said, I still really like my 530's for the money. IMO if you feel like you're missing low end, you'd be better off putting the $400 towards a sub and keeping your 530's. One thing I've heard that has kept me from going too wild in my speaker journey, is to not buy a set of speakers/components that are a side-grade. There won't be that much difference vs only putting money into things that are upgrades to parts of your system, which will gradually bring your overall system level up.
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If you plan to put 530's or any bookshelf on a stand you might as well just get the tower version. Some people really get fixated on having bookshelves and make this mistake for a variety of reasons , myself included.
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Quote from zoysiamo :
Do people have thoughts on how these compare to the 530s on stands, as front LR speakers? That's my current setup.
Same here.
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link keeps auto-closing the new tab? weird.
Turn off ad blocker and it worked for me.
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If you plan to put 530's or any bookshelf on a stand you might as well just get the tower version. Some people really get fixated on having bookshelves and make this mistake for a variety of reasons , myself included.
Yes, but these are short mini towers that should be raised up anyway.
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Need 580. 570 short
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Yes, but these are short mini towers that should be raised up anyway.
THIS. Look at the measurements if you think you can leave these free standing. Like another user said, you might be better off grabbing the 530's on sale and picking up a sub to handle low end.
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Need 580. 570 short
For $400 a pair, these 570s are a steal. If you think they are a bit too short, you can raise them up a bit pretty easily.
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For $400 a pair, these 570s are a steal. If you think they are a bit too short, you can raise them up a bit pretty easily.
Any suggestions on a way to raise them? I don't want it to look janky as it'll be in the family room.
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I'm using some 530's on my desk, and personally would've gone with a set of 570's if I had the space. I Like these 530s, but I always lean toward the tower version of any speaker lines I've demoed. That being said, I still really like my 530's for the money. IMO if you feel like you're missing low end, you'd be better off putting the $400 towards a sub and keeping your 530's. One thing I've heard that has kept me from going too wild in my speaker journey, is to not buy a set of speakers/components that are a side-grade. There won't be that much difference vs only putting money into things that are upgrades to parts of your system, which will gradually bring your overall system level up.
Thanks. I have the Studio 5xx sub already. I looked at pictures of these 570s and they are super short, so I would need new stands anyway.
I'll skip these.
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