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Massdrop x JBL LSR30X Powered Speakers

Massdrop x JBL LSR30X Powered Speakers

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Hello Friends,
Every holiday season, we approach our partners and ask if they’d like to do anything special for the Massdrop community. Usually this means more drops for more desirable products at lower prices.
This year, we had a great conversation with our long standing partners at Harman (JBL, AKG, etc) with some exciting results. Through their generosity in the form of a reduced cost, we are able to a new drop on the Massdrop x JBL LSR30X of $179.99 shipped to your door in the continental united states.
The only downside is that we can only offer this on existing units. Future units will have to be sold at the original drop price of $279.99. So once these sell out, the new units go back to $279.99 because JBL can’t give us this lower cost into perpetuity.
Understanding this negatively impacts those who have purchased most recently, Massdrop is refunding the $100 difference to all those who have purchased the LSR30X on or after November 1st 2017. If you purchased the LSR 30X on or after November 1 (in the last 47 days), you’ll receive a $100 partial refund in the days ahead.
Thanks for your interest in this product, and thanks to our partners at Harman for making this holiday surprise possible!
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I have one (micro fiber cloth) and I do that (whenever I touch them)--and I dust them off on a fairly regular basis too. But once you get them set up, you won't accumulate many additional finger prints. Truthfully, I didn't think I would like that gloss finish, but it kind of grows on you and I don't mind it at all now (sort of a nice break from the Walnut and Cherry finishes of the past). Best part, however, it the sound!
Will
hi will, is this coming back or gone for good?
How tall are the included feet?
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Thank you!
ifohancroft
No problem
I’m not an audio engineer, and these are my first speakers used on my PC. With that said, they’re fine, pretty much what I expected. I’ve had them for a few weeks and after tweaking the gain settings, they sound fine. They look really fantastic and plug directly into my monitor which makes cable management easier.
when can we have this again? gosh i really want this now
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holy shit, thanks bro
needhelp
np bro lmao
It's been quite a while since these last dropped, is there any chance that they'll be back soon?
are these comparable to the 305 or the 308?
Jeffs1
they are basically the same as the 305..... if you're in a small room these will be better... 308 for large rooms
Does the TRS jack support stereo input? Tried emailing JBL but there hasn't been a reply
Any good quality RCA to 1/4 mono cables for these speakers? I realized they're quite sensitive to adaptor changes, hence I've decided to just upgrade the cables :)
Does anyone know if they ran out of units last drop?
"Prior to becoming a production-ready design, each 3 Series model is subjected to JBL’s tough 100 hour power test, in which the speaker is required to play continually at full output for 100 hours without failure." Anyone knows what this means? Using my SDAC and sensitivity setting at +4dBu (the softer one), I hardly even crank the volume control past 5... If full output means volume at 10 with the -10dBV selection, I'm kinda worried :p
phoenixsong
I plugged them directly into the 3.5mm jack on my laptop (which admittedly has a Sabre ESS DAC/amp solution built into it) and set the volume control on the speakers all the way to 10. The loudest I've ever run them is at 60% on my laptop. I could hear them down the street with my windows CLOSED. I generally have my laptop volume control set somewhere between 2 and 8%. LOL :P
My eye fuckin pain
Anyone know where to buy the rubber isolation feet included here?
I would like to have the same rubber feet on other speakers. This is the right height