JBL Cinema 610 Home Theater Speaker System
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 38HZ-20kHZ
- MAXIMUM SPL: [email protected] 1m
- POWER OUTPUT (SUB): 10oW
- IMPEDANCE: 40
- HECOMMENDED POWER: 10 – 60W
- LOW FREQUENCY TRANSDUCER: 8″ (200mm) cone
- AMPLIFIER POWER: 100 watts RMS
- ENCLOSURE TYPE: Bass Reflex
The JBL 610 Cinema is a complete, simple-to-install system that offers high-end cinematic surround sound to your home theatre. You’ll hear movies the way they were intended to be heard thanks to its 8″ bass reflex 60W powered subwoofer, 5 identical voice-matching satellites, and a dedicated center speaker. Wall mounts are also included with the JBL 610 Cinema, allowing you to tailor your new 5.1 speaker system to any and all space requirements.
Bring life to your home theatre. With the JBL Cinema 610, you can transform your flat-panel TV into a complete home theatre. The JBL Cinema 610 gives an unparalleled cinematic experience and is simple to connect to any audio/video receiver. Ensure you receive immaculate sound and perfect conversation reproduction from all your music and movie sources with an 8″ bass reflex 60W powered subwoofer, 5 identical voice-matched satellite speakers, and a dedicated center speaker by sinking into pure JBL nirvana. With flexible wall-mount choices and a simple plug-and-play setup, you can quickly go to the theatre.
What’s in the Box?
- Wall mounts
- One powered subwoofer
- Subwoofer LFE cable
- Speaker cables
- Quick-start guide
- 5 voice-matching satellite speakers
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
With the JBL’s, 16 or 14 gauge speaker wire would be more than adequate.
Yes, you can use it, but the JBL 610 Cinema only has 5.1 channels, and the AVR-X2100 has 7.2 channels. Sound can be delivered to additional rooms using the other 2 channels.
This fantastic sounding system has a 12-month manufacturer’s warranty and does need a surround sound receiver. The sound quality of these speakers is excellent. 35 years old and a very proud JBL dealer is World Wide Stereo.
It measures 13.5″ by 12.5″ by 12.5″.
If that’s what you’re asking, they are not Bluetooth. The sound quality of Bluetooth speakers is not as crisp and clear as corded speakers. Additionally, Bluetooth speakers are not wireless because you still need to plug them in for power.
Since these are conventional speakers, a Macbook or TV cannot provide the necessary amplification. A surround sound receiver is required to power the speaker system.
Verify that at least one Bluetooth device is paired with the soundbar. 2. Press the top-panel button or the JBL Connect button on the remote control (LED will blink white). 3. On your other JBL speaker, press the JBL Connect button.
HDMI ARC TV Out connector: If your TV has an HDMI input, connect it to the soundbar’s HDMI ARC TV Out connector using an HDMI cable (not included). The soundbar transmits to the TV both its own on-screen information display and video from sources connected to its HDMI Input ports.
Pressing the “+” or “-” buttons will increase or decrease the volume, respectively. Bass Volume +/-: The remote control’s Bass +/- buttons raise and lower the bass volume.
100 of our speakers can be paired together. With paired speakers, you may enjoy the best sound with all of your friends, whether you prefer stereo sound or more loudness!
Connect the HDMI cable (available separately) from the external device to the TV when connecting a TV (without ARC) and Sound Bar. Next, use an optical cable to connect the external device to the Sound bar (sold separately). The HDMI connection is not required if you only wish to connect to the TV.
To hear your soundbar’s superior sound, mute or turn off your television’s built-in speakers. To send audio signals to your Soundbar, use high-quality cables such as HDMI (ARC) or other cables. If at all feasible, alter the equalizer settings to make sure your soundbar is configured for the particular audio source you are using.
Every musical note has a frequency that goes with it. Increase the decibels (dB) in the 20–200Hz band of your equalizer if you want to get the most out of your bass-heavy song.
Reduce the number of cables between your TV and an external home theatre system or soundbar by using HDMI ARC. Since the audio signal can travel both to and from the speakers, the sound quality and latency will both be improved.
To make the bass stand out, many mixers add low end. While this may be useful, a boost at a higher frequency is frequently more efficient. 700 Hz to 1 kHz is a fantastic place to start while playing electric bass.