JBL Studio 570 Review: Loud, Clear Bass


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Our JBL Studio 570 review goes over the performance and features of this powerful sound system. It comes with a pair of floor-standing loudspeakers that deliver immersive audio that feels like it’s coming from all around you.

Let’s dive right into our JBL Studio 570 review and explore how these speakers bring cinema-quality audio into your home.

JBL Studio 570 review: First thoughts

The 570 speakers come with the classic JBL Bass and a high-frequency compression driver that delivers incredible audio quality regardless of how high you turn up the volume. They fill up the room so well, you might have a hard time trying to locate the speakers from where the sounds are coming from.

They are a great complement to your 4K TV or your soundbar. It comes with Symmetrical Field Geometry that gives you powerful, clear bass regardless of the listening level.

The high-frequency compression driver leads to less distortion and increased dynamic range than many HF and midrange drivers. It has a glass-filled high-frequency horn that helps to prevent the audio from interacting with objects in a room like furniture, leading to clearer, more realistic sounds that spread over a wide area.

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The 570 makes explosions and other dramatic scenes seem more lifelike, and it immerses you in audio that feels like it’s coming from all around you when playing video games. The 570 speakers are also powerful to play music with or throw a party. You can turn up the volume as much as you want, and the sound quality will remain just as clear.

Pros:

  • Great sound quality
  • Great value
  • Detailed, punchy bass
  • Great for TV or music

Cons:

  • There are more powerful speakers than the 570 but expect to spend at least a couple of thousand bucks

JBL Studio 570 review verdict: Takes sound to another level

The 570 speakers are for anyone who wants to bring cinema-quality audio into their own. It provides great value for the price and it’s the perfect complement for a 4K HDR TV. Click here to learn more about this TV.

Update: Black Friday discounts have brought the price down to $197. Click here for the offer.

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