out of stock JBL CSB5 Bookshelf Speakers Pair $99 @ Digital Cinema

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Awesome price. Different speakers but similar prices to previous deal
Enjoy :)

JBL CSB5 Bookshelf Speakers with custom installation option to mount on a wall, perfectly matches your flat screen TV. With massive power handling up to 300 Watts, the CSB5 features JBL's proprietary Polyplas Cone woofer and Titanium-Laminated Dome Tweeter.

Note: These are passive speakers, and requires an amp to drive them.

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  • +1 vote
    Type
    Speaker
    Speaker System Type
    Bookshelf, On-wall speaker
    Grille Color
    Black
    Manufacturer
    Harman
    

    Compatibility | Accessories

    Type
    none
    

    Speaker System

    Detachable Grilles
    Yes
    Amplification Type
    passive
    Crossover Channel Qty
    2-way
    Nominal Output Power
    40 Watt
    Max (RMS) Output Power
    125 Watt
    Frequency Response
    60 - 30000 Hz
    Nominal Impedance
    8 Ohm
    Sensitivity
    88 dB
    Crossover Frequency
    3200Hz
    Magnetic Shield
    Yes
    Connectivity Technology
    wired
    Recommended Placing
    Bookshelf
    

    Audio System

    Type
    speakers
    

    Header

    Brand
    JBL
    Product Line
    JBL
    Model
    CSB5
    Packaged Quantity
    1
    

    Miscellaneous

    Color
    Silver
    Color Category
    black, silver
    Grille Color
    black
    

    Speaker System Details

    Speaker Qty
    2
    Nominal (RMS) Output Power
    40 Watt
    Frequency Response
    60 Hz
    Input Impedance
    8 Ohm
    Connectivity Technology
    wired
    Crossover Channel Qty
    2-way
    

    Driver Details (1st speaker)

    Driver Type
    tweeter driver, woofer driver
    Driver Qty
    1
    Driver Diameter
    3/4 m, 5 m
    Driver Diameter (metric)
    127 mm, 19 mm
    Driver Material
    PolyPlas (polymer-coated cellulose fiber), titanium
    

    Remote Control

    Type
    none
    

    Dimensions & Weight

    Width
    6.1 in
    Depth
    4.6 in
    Height
    13.3 in
    Weight
    4.41 lbs
    

    Battery / Power

    Type
    none
    

    General

    Manufacturer
    Harman
    
  •  

    Deeply conflicted, Don't need them, Want them

    $99? chump change

    Should I?

  • +3 votes

    $199 on their ebay site. Maybe they forgot the "1"?

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/JBL-CSB5-Bookshelf-Speakers-Pair...

    •  

      I'm tempted even though I got 2 pairs on the previous deal… ignore the $799 RRP but this looks like a great deal from a reputable manufacturer

  • +1 vote

    How would these go as rear surrounds in a 5.1 (or centre rears in 7.1) system, I wonder?

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    Cheap plasticy design. Seems like 8 years old.

  •  

    Says pair in title, sold as single in specs.

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    Does anyone know if they can be used for desktop?

    • +1 vote

      They appear to be passive, so you would need to buy a separate amplifier.

    • +1 vote

      I have bookshelf speakers running from my PC. Motherboard sound > 3.5mm to RCA > $20 chinese stereo amp > speakers. Sound great.

  • +3 votes

    "Video-Shielded Drives" from the pre-digital era

  • +2 votes

    I just bought and its for a pair, thanks to poster.

  • +1 vote

    Manual for these speakers were around in 2006? Old stock?

    https://www.manualslib.com/manual/79361/Jbl-Csb5.html

    • +1 vote

      They are. But as passive speakers they're unlikely to be outdated any time soon, no huge developments in design for, I dunno? 30 years? At $99 from a decent company they're a steal. Not going to have you blowing a stack (see what i did there?) but they'll sound pretty decent and much better value than what you'd get for the same price in a "new" design.

  • +1 vote

    I like the last one more daddy

  •  

    These vs Edifier R1580MB? Just got the Edifiers 24hours ago can still return them!

    • +3 votes

      Edifier R1580MB are powered speakers. The ones in this deal are passive and will need an amplifier.

      @OP It might be a good idea to include in the title that these are passive.

    •  

      I'd keep the edifer. The JBL will need amp and sub by the look of its size and design. Cost same if not more.

  • +1 vote

    The range is cinema sound. they are probably decent for the price, but not likely to be a very musical or detailed.

  •  

    Anyone know where to find a very cheap receiver to match these with optical? be nice to add some not shit sound to a bedroom tv..

    •  

      Facebook Marketplace. Pick up one a few years old for peanuts. I bought an Integra (fancy brand Onkyo) for $60 recently.

      If you can deal with one without HDMI, you will buy something very good for under $100

    •  

      Try big op-shops too. My local Savers have a pretty frequent influx of AV equipment. Just picked up a fully functional Pioneer SC-LX85 for $40 the other day. Probably cheaper than scrap metals by weight. Best buy of the year for me.

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