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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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    • 1x JBL Studio 570 floorstanding loudspeaker
    • 1x horn cover
    • 1x port tube insert
    • 4x metal spikes
    • Owner's manual

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Any suggestions on a way to raise them? I don't want it to look janky as it'll be in the family room.
These speakers are 35 inches tall which puts the tweeter very close to ear level when seated depending on your setup. It's almost perfect for mine.

The cheapest option would be to make a stand out of blocks of wood and paint it black to match. You can buy speakers stands but they are kind of expensive and probably defeat the purpose of buying budget speakers.

The 570s definitely punch above their price class, ESPECIALLY at $199 each.
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Honestly, if you enjoy music enough to use vinyl, CDs or Flac files you should really look into pre-owned, higher end speakers (or you just want something higher quality that's resell able...I see people pretty much have to give away speakers like polk/jbl/infinity). Paradigm, B&W, Monitor Audio, NHT...I've seen pairs and 5.1 sets of many nice brands listed on offerup, craigslist, marketplace, even use ebay and set to local pickup at a distance drivable to you.
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As others mentioned ... these are mini-towers and you need some stands/stools to raise them up.
That's the reason I went with 580 even though I dislike bigger speakers in living room (580s also needed to be angled up a bit to reach ear level).
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I just had to post something on these. I currently use the 570 after having owned the 530 and about 3 dozen other bookshelf and floorstanding speakers and these are no question the best value in speakers right now IMHO. Especially after seeing the price hikes of so many speakers recently, these are an even easier buy and I'm baffled JBL is still selling them at $400. I loved the 530, but these as the size would suggest, just do everything bigger and better. They have a marvelous tone, massive soundstage and a very unoffensive signature. The bass is stunning for a dual 5.25" as was the Studio 530 with its single 5.25". I also prefer these to my $900 Chane A5.4 towers which are a 3-way AMT, 5.25" midrange, and triple 5.25" woofer floorstander.

Couple of tips if you decide to purchase:
- Tilting is no substitute for physically raising the speakers. These are short!
- The center of the tweeter is about 28" from the base of the speaker.
- They are very front heavy so be careful if using around kids or larger pets.
- Feet can be individually adjusted or removed completely for a flat base.
- I'm using folding foot stools I found on Amazon. Lots of colors, sizes, and brands. They have 9", 11", 13" and beyond. Can be purchased individually or in pairs. I ended up paying around $25 for the pair of 9" and 11", and $35 for the 13". I liked the 11" the best and when set on furniture sliders (which I also recommend for insanely easy positioning and experimenting) I've got the tweeters at 38" and they sound glorious! They're right at ear level and also at the half way point on my TV. The speakers fit on the stools with very minimal overhang, but remember to remove the feet!

Whatever you decide, everyone deserves to hear/own something from the Studio 5 lineup at some point!
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Compare with 530 , are they use same horn tweeter? I used to own 530 and 590. 590 has much better not only bass but also high. I m almost certain that they use different horn tweeter.
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Compare with 530 , are they use same horn tweeter? I used to own 530 and 590. 590 has much better not only bass but also high. I m almost certain that they use different horn tweeter.
The larger series 80/90 have a different compression driver. Based on zReviews it seems the 530s, 570s, and 590s are great while the 580s don't have enough low end efficiency to match the upper end.
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Honestly, if you enjoy music enough to use vinyl, CDs or Flac files you should really look into pre-owned, higher end speakers (or you just want something higher quality that's resell able...I see people pretty much have to give away speakers like polk/jbl/infinity). Paradigm, B&W, Monitor Audio, NHT...I've seen pairs and 5.1 sets of many nice brands listed on offerup, craigslist, marketplace, even use ebay and set to local pickup at a distance drivable to you.
As you can tell even in this thread, it's not a dollar amount to tell you what is "better" or sounds good to someone.

Infinity and JBL are a perfect example, so many times you read people saying something like these punch higher or they compete with much higher priced speakers.

Another big problem with used, you have no recourse if there are issues or if you they don't work out in your home.
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FYI
You don't need to raise these speakers up.
They have **adjustable feet** so you can raise the front of the speakers so the tweeters point at your ears at the main listening position.
They're compact compared to their bigger brothers in the lineup, but still very effective.
No matter what speakers you choose, I'd always recommend a subwoofer in your setup.
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Yes, but these are short mini towers that should be raised up anyway.
No need to raise them. They designed the adjustable feet to support tilting the speakers to point upwards a bit. Enough to cover higher elevations in most rooms.
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Will this be louder than the 530s with the same amount of power? I have 100 Watts driving my 530s and I felt they are not loud enough.
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Would it be atrocious to use dual subs as stands beneath the 570s?
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