JBL Cinema 510


5.1 speaker system

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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.


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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Is the JBL Cinema 510 compatible with Yamaha RX-V381? 5-channel 70 W per Channel (6 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.09 % THD, 2 ch driven) 100 W per Channel (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9 % THD, 1 ch driven) 140 per Channel (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD, 1ch driven)

Asked by: Rudi1986
It is not advisable to use the CINEMA 510 with the Yamaha RX-V381. Since this receiver drives up to 160W of power at 4-ohms, and the CINEMA 510 speakers can only handle up to 60W of power, this will overpower your speakers and cause damage. You might want to look at the CINEMA 610 instead which is at 8-ohms, can handle up to 100W of power. The Yamaha receiver, when driving an 8-ohm speaker, can drive up to 100W too. This makes the Yamaha receiver and the CINEMA 610 compatible.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-12-05

I have connected this to jbl avr 101 but the sub woofer is rattling at explosion scenes and other places where sudden bass is involved in movies, but plays fine when music is played even heavy  bass any idea?

Asked by: Karthick
What you are experiencing may be due to the CINEMA 510’s subwoofer being on a very high level, thus causing distortion/rattling when the AVR requires playing loud, sudden, low-frequency sounds. There is a SUBWOOFER LEVEL adjustment on the back of the subwoofer that you can adjust accordingly.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-12-03

can i connect them with bbl sb400 ?

Asked by: ogsuls96
No. The CINEMA SB400 is a stand-alone system and additional speakers, like those off the CINEMA 510 cannot be connected to it.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-12-02

I´ve bought JBL Cinema 510 speakers. Will it match the requirements of Harman Kardon AVR 70 from 2012 year ? Thank you very much.

Asked by: Carudian
Yes, the CINEMA 510 speakers will work well with the AVR 70. Though the receiver drives 10W more power than the speaker can handle, it is too little to matter as long as you do not blast your AVR 70 to full volume all the time.
Answered by: Memen at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-11-29

I have a receiver which supports 6-8 ohms. I found this speaker supports 4 ohms. Will this speaker adapt to my receiver. If it supports how will be the clarity.

Asked by: coolcrony
We do not recommend that you use 4 ohms speakers with your 6-8 ohms receiver. This might cause overheating on the receiver and cause damage. However, the only company that can answer this with 100% certainty is your receiver manufacturer. Contact your receiver manufacture to find out if their receiver will handle our 4 ohm speakers.
Answered by: Memen at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-11-26
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