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JBL 104-BT Desktop Reference Monitors
The JBL 104-BT is a pair of reference monitors that offer true clarity and detailed nuances. It combines a 4.5" woofer and 0.75" soft dome tweeter to deliver a wide sweet spot without adding tonal coloration. JBL equipped the 104-BT with Bluetooth 5 streaming and loads of input connections. You can select Bluetooth, TRS, Aux, RCA, TRS, or combine all inputs to connect the 104-BT with professional recording equipment or consumer devices.

TECHNICAL SPECS:

  • LF Driver: 4.5" | HF Driver: 0.75" Soft Dome
  • Power Amp: 60W
  • Freq Response (+/-3dB): 60Hz-20kHz
  • Connections: Bluetooth 5.0; 2x1/4" TRS Balanced In; 2 RCA Inputs; 1/8" Unbalanced In; 1/8" Phones
  • Voltage: 100-240V AC (Power Cable Included)
  • Size (Each Speaker): 4.9 x 6 x 9.7"
  • Total Weight: 8.3 LB

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