Amazon.ca Amazon.ca: Get JBL 104 Professional Studio Monitors for $95.10 (regularly $125.38) Get JBL 104 Professional Studio Monitors for $96!

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Upgrade your computer speakers with this deal at Amazon.ca, because you can get JBL 104 Professional Studio Monitors for $95.10 (regularly $125.38) with free shipping -- a savings of $30.28!

The $95.10 price is a new historical low for these speakers, which use 4.5" low-frequency drivers and 0.75" soft-dome tweeters for professional-quality sound in a compact package suitable for at-home use. For reference, the same speakers have a suggested retail price of $179.00 USD and are currently $249.99 at Long & McQuade. Other features include:

  • Acoustically optimized reference monitors for desktop placement
  • Ideal for home recording enthusiasts, podcasters and video producers who need accurate acoustics
  • Integrated 60W Class D power amplifier distributes 30W to each speaker
  • Three sets of inputs allow connection with professional equipment, personal music players and home computers
  • Smart features include front-panel volume control and headphone jack with automatic speaker mute

This deal is available online for a limited time and qualifies for free shipping from Amazon.ca.

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    • Clicked expecting a cheap studio quality monitor. Found speaker. What a bummer lol
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    • InvaIid wrote: Clicked expecting a cheap studio quality monitor. Found speaker. What a bummer lol
      Try are a studio monitor. Way more so then cheap Av42 or Av 32s..
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    • Great price. Quality product.

      Thanks.
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    • Can I use this for general PC speakers? I will listen to music, play games, watch movies, etc? I won't be producing any music or anything.
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    • RCPC101 wrote: Can I use this for general PC speakers? I will listen to music, play games, watch movies, etc? I won't be producing any music or anything.
      yea it comes with the 3.55mm to rca cable, just use the line out or headphone port of your pc.

      its impressive you're getting balanced inputs at this price point.
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    • waloshin wrote: Try are a studio monitor. Way more so then cheap Av42 or Av 32s..
      Yes, I know and agree. But when I first read it, I took "monitor" as "screen"
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    • RCPC101 wrote: Can I use this for general PC speakers? I will listen to music, play games, watch movies, etc? I won't be producing any music or anything.
      These would be great desktop speakers.
      Specs looks good, but don't expect them to be bass heavy. Monitors tend to be very neutral, focused on balance and clarity.

      Loud enough to fill your room but not shake it.
      Only thing missing from this is no wall mount keyhole, it's really meant to be on a desktop.
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    • Tempted for my desktop but wondering if I should wait for the Edifier speakers to go back on sale.
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    • Colin0317 wrote: Tempted for my desktop but wondering if I should wait for the Edifier speakers to go back on sale.
      How do Edifier speakers compare to these?
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    • I’m not sure, wondering the same thing.
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    • Very very tempted. I need a set of monitors for my music, does anyone know what the noise floor is on these? Anyone own them? Was going to get a set of yorkville's, they're a bit big for my space however
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    • Was on the lookout for a pair of desktop studio monitors, will try these out. Thanks OP!
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    • I want to listen to music using these with my PC, but concerned whether it will be flat without base. Any thoughts or experience anyone?
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    • jaisan wrote: I want to listen to music using these with my PC, but concerned whether it will be flat without base. Any thoughts or experience anyone?
      Studio reference monitors are designed to not colour the sound. Usually that would mean that they will respond with to how the song is balanced. A well mixed song should sound great, whereas a poorly mixed song may sound worse than on speakers that aren't as flat
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    • Kinda thought these would be headphones.

      I'm a headphone guy, wondering if there would be any advantage to buying a used pair of Audioengine A2 speakers over these. I already have a pair of Polk TSI200 passive speakers from a deal back in 2012/2013, but they are too bulky as PC speakers plus the amp and wiring.
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    • It looks like they have been much cheaper in the US, however, I think the lowest price they have been in Canada is $104.
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    • InvaIid wrote: Yes, I know and agree. But when I first read it, I took "monitor" as "screen"
      Oh okay.
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    • I actually enjoy the sound of these better.
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