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Very good! - Reviews JBL LSR305

Value For Money : Excellent
I was looking for small monitor speakers that were faithful enough and a good value for money. Pretty standard features:
2-way (5" + 1") near-field active speakers
Power: 41W + 41W
Class D amplifiers
Max. SPL: 108 dB (C-weighted)
Frequency response: 43 Hz - 24 kHz
Thomann volume control
EQ: LF (+2 dB / -2 dB), HF (+2 dB / -2 dB)
Input: XLR and 1/4" jack
Magnetically shielded
Auto-bypass function
Dimensions: 11.7" x 7.3" x 9.9". (298 x 185 x 251 mm)
Weight: 10.1 lbs. (4.6 kg)


I didn't test anything in particular, I only followed the reviews and read about them on the net.
However, from a more subjective point of view, I have the right sound I need for mixing. The lows are reproduced well enough, despite the woofers being only 5" big, and the dynamics are well preserved.


I don't have enough experience with them yet, but they asked to write a review and here it is!
I also have the HS50M, but it makes no sense to compare them, the JBL blow them away!! Much more transparent and you can tell they are better quality.
I also have the ADAM A5 + SUB7, and I think the quality of the LSR305 is pretty close to the A5, without SUB. Will I push the boundaries so far as to find something better than the ADAM? Or something equivalent (to avoid making any enemies around here :)

A small detail: There's some latency when you turn them on, they need some time to be really on, but it's not that annoying. It allows you to turn other gear on without any crackling if you forgot to do it before powering the speakers.