JBL have been powering the world’s top musicians, elite athletes and venues for more than seven decades. With JBL you can feel the music.
Founder James B. Lansing got his start innovating sound technology at movie theatres. It was the early 1900s; an era when more than half of Americans went to the movies each week. Cinema was a key way people consumed music. It’s fitting, then, that JBL continues to power many of the world’s cinemas today.
In the 1980s and 1990s, there was an explosion in home theatre audio systems. The prospect of cinema quality sound at home was becoming a reality. Products like the L212, the Everest, and JBL Synthesis were at the cutting-edge.
Since the 2000s, there has been massive changes in the way we consume music. The Sony Walkman and iPod popularised portable music, but JBL took it further. They create headphones and portable speakers that move with you. They’ll survive your sweat session. Your pool party. Even snow and ice. And they are the go-to choice for music pros, including performers, sound engineers and producers.
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