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JBL Stage A190

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The JBL Stage is an advanced, home-stereo/home-theater speaker system that offers you the thrill of a live-concert experience, all in your living room. Featuring 1” aluminum dome tweeters with high-definition waveguide sound design and 8” woofers that register deep, signature JBL bass, the JBL Stage captures every note of the audio spectrum from high to low – and combines them into pure listening pleasure. Available in pantone black or two-tone wood, JBL Stage is a stylish addition to any theater system. Whether it’s for movies or music, the sound of your home will never be the same.

Item# JBLA190BLK

General Specifications

2.5 way, dual 8", 1" aluminum tweeter floor standing loudspeaker Yes
2 x 8" (203mm) Polycellulose Low-Frequency Woofer Yes
New High Definition Imaging (HDI) Waveguide Yes
1” (25mm) Aluminum Dome Tweeter Yes
Recommended Amplifier Power 20 – 225W
Frequency Response 36Hz – 40kHz
Sensitivity 91dB @ 1M, 2.83V
Nominal Impedance 6 Ohms
Crossover Frequencies 1.4kHz, 2.0kHz
Enclosure Type Bass-Reflex via Rear-Firing Tuned Port
Dimensions (W x D x H) 260 x 370 x 1070mm
Weight 49.74 lbs (22.56kg)
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  • 1 x JBL Stage A190 Floor Standing Loudspeaker
  • 1 x Owner’s Manual
  • 1 x Warranty Card
  • 4 x Outriggers
  • 8 x Screws for Outriggers
  • 4 x Floor Spikes
  • 4 x Rubber Feet

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Where do these speakers fall in line?. Are they above the studio 2 series. Do they fill the gap between the 5 series and 2 series?

Asked by: Nickflicks
No. To be honest and I've always liked JBL speaker until now. I have audiophile equipment and I know what speakers, especially what the JBL of old which really could and were accurate could do and these, the sound "felt" forced" beyond what a speaker should do. It should flow, these don't. First flaw, that tweeter, they should never have switched away from the titanium tweeter. Yes the aluminum one can at certain sparse moments come close, but it's not a pure sound and sounds like it struggles. Overall the sound, isn't a pure even though they tell you it is, (it bites to be honest) and the lows are not even worthy of being in a jbl speaker. It gets worse every year while every other speaker maker gets better... Harmon cuts corners and drives a once proud line of speakers into the cheap underworld. Want some sound advise, find an older audiophile who remembers how JBL's really should sound and talk to him or them. Even the car speakers bite in comparison. In '85 I bought a grand touring component speaker system for my car. I had to re-foam the mid-range speakers but it was a lot purer sound that can knock your socks off. Of course they came with 1 inch titanium speakers. You make them so cheap now just in order for market share? That wasn't something that company was focused on. Perhaps you should look back and see the damage you've done to consumer speaker on the big level.
Answered by: nomore jbl
Date published: 2018-11-23

I just bought A190 L+R, A135c Center, A170 Rear and A120p Sub .I have a Onkyo amp, when I ran my audyssey auto setup it configured this way. A190 full band A135 80hz A170 full band and sub 80hz. Is this proper set up, anything I should change. Thx

Asked by: Duke77
You could try setting your A190 to 50hz, your A170 to 60hz, A135 should be fine at 80hz. Sub would handle below 50hz. Auto eq's often set towers speakers to full band which is usually fine for music but if you're watching movies you'd want the sub producing the lower frequencies since it's built for the purpose. A properly blended sub works great in stereo mode with music too. Your Towers will thank you as well as now they aren't being so taxed trying to produce the lower frequencies. It's all about the seamless blend amongst your speakers. You could also move up a tad and try a 60hz/70hz/90hz, sub handles below 60hz. You would might gain a little clarity but I don't know how the bass response would be in your home. Experimenting is where the fun it with set ups! Good luck!
Answered by: MikeMc79
Date published: 2019-04-14

I have a the AVR 1710s. I’m using these as my left and right. What setting should the crossover be?

Asked by: HDTestryder
The crossover setting should be adjusted in respect to compliment your other speakers. 100Hz or 120Hz is a great starting point, but we recommend that you adjust it according to your preference.
Answered by: Mario at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-11-29

These speakers look cheap compared to the SE80 I have, I'm planning to get me a pair of studio 290. what are your thoughts?

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