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JBL Cinema 510

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Plug-and-play for movies in surround sound.

The JBL Cinema 510 connects to any audio/video receiver for a perfectly configured 5.1 surround sound system complete with a powerful 6.5” powered subwoofer and 5 voice-matched satellites for an immersive home theater experience. The subwoofer includes volume and phase control, providing total performance management of the system and customized tuning for your room. Designed to integrate with any flat screen TV, the compact JBL Cinema 510 fits snugly into any home environment to bring you signature JBL performance. Designed and engineered to work as an integrated system, the JBL Cinema 510 maintains a small footprint, making it convenient for flexible placement in any size space.

Item# CINEMA510AM

General Specifications

Finish Black

Audio Specifications

Subwoofer Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power 60W
System Frequency Response 46Hz –20kHz
Satellite Nominal Impedance 4 ohms

System Specifications

Satellite Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power 100W

Subwoofer Specifications

Subwoofer Low-Frequncy Transducer 6,5" (165mm) cone
Subwoofer_Enclosure Type Bass Reflex

Speaker Specifications

Satellite Midrange Transducer 3"(75mm) cones
Satellite Type Sealed

Satellite Speaker Specifications

Satellite Midrange Transducer 3"(75mm) cones
Satellite Type Sealed
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  • Speaker cables
  • One powered subwoofer
  • Wall brackets
  • Subwoofer LFE cable
  • Quick-start guide
  • 5 voice-matched satellite speakers

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JBL Cinema 510 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Great for everything you must have this design an works perfect
Date published: 2017-04-08
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Can these speakers hook up to an iPhone?

Asked by: Jaws
Please be informed that this speaker needs to be connected to a 5.1 A/V receiver. Given that, you cannot connect the speaker directly to your iPhone.
Answered by: Mark at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-06-14

I have a ten year old Mitsubishi 62" rear projection television. Is the JBL Cinema 510 compatible with this television?

Asked by: RonC
Yes, this speaker is compatible. Please be informed that this speaker needs to be connected to a 5.1 A/V receiver. The CINEMA 510 satellite speaker can handle up to 60 watts at 4 ohms. So, as long as you receiver puts out 60 watts per channel or less (4 ohm), these speakers will work fine.
Answered by: Mark at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-06-08

Are these speakers able to be ceiling mounted?

Asked by: Rookie
The CINEMA 510 are designed to be wall mounted using the included brackets. Although it isn't recommended, you might be able to ceiling mount these speakers using third party accessories.
Answered by: Mark at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-05-30

The subwoofer does not play plugged into my Sony STR-DH550 receiver. Anyone know why?

Asked by: Wkdsmrt
The issue could be related to your cables and/or receiver settings. Make sure that your CINEMA 510's sub is connected to one of the subwoofer out ports of your SONY STR-DH550 via a mono RCA cable. If the issue persists, please submit a case at www.jbl.com/support-contact.html and the Customer Service team will be more than happy to assist you.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-05-17

Hi! Is CINEMA 510 compatible with ONKYO TX-NR656 7.2 channel AV receiver?

Asked by: rodbuf
The CINEMA 510 speaker can handle up to 60 watts. So, as long as you receiver puts out 60W per channel or less, these speakers will work fine.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-05-17

Thank you very much for explaining my last question @kay harman. I accidentally pressed report button and i am sorry for that. In spec sheet frequency response of cinema 510 is 150Hz-20Khz than how it will produce 100Hz

Asked by: Katyayan
Hi again :) The satellites work together with the subwoofer. In the hardware there are filters installed ( for the crossover ), which decide where the different frequency outputs should be sent to. These filters are very broad, and setting a crossover to 100Hz, does not mean the satellites take the full 100Hz load. This is mainly handled by the subwoofer channel, and the midrange drivers in the satellites will take a piece of it. A crossover set to 100Hz, with satellites that are 150Hz - 20Khz, just means the midtone drivers in the satellites have to work harder than actually is recommended. If you don't hear the drivers "tremble" from the bass load, and the sound is good at 100Hz crossover ( so it's a comfortable sound ), then you can easily leave the crossover at that level. If you want more powerful base tones at lower volumes, you should set the crossover higher. Please send us an email on customer.support@harman.com if you require more assistance :)
Answered by: Kay Harman
Date published: 2017-04-10

Which receiver you recommend for Cinema 510?

Asked by: Myo Kyaw Thet
The CINEMA 510 speaker can handle up to 60 watts @ 4ohms. You can get any Amp or AVR that can support a 4 ohm load and puts out 60W per channel or less, and these speakers will work fine.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-05-17

In one of the questions below you suggested to set crossover frequency 100Hz. According to spec sheet satellites frequency response is 150Hz-20KHz. Whether satellites will be able to produce frequencies from 100Hz-150Hz?

Asked by: Katyayan
Hi, The crossover at 100Hz is pretty good to start with. The satellites will be able to produce these frequencies. Of course, if you want to play louder, and take some of the hard work away from the satellites, you can set the crossover to 150Hz, so lower frequencies are handled by the subwoofer. The filters in the Cinema 510 are able to handle most of the crossover settings between 100Hz and 200Hz. The best suggestion is to listen yourself, and play with the crossover frequencies between these values, and pick the best level for your comfort.
Answered by: Kay Harman
Date published: 2017-03-20
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