JBL’s regularly up to $600 Studio 530 bookshelf speakers now $250 shipped

Reg. $340+ $250

JBL is now offering a pair of its Studio 530 bookshelf speakers for $249.99 shipped. Regularly up to $600 direct from JBL, this set currently sells for $340 on Amazon (the lowest it has ever gone for there), is now matching our previous mention, and is the lowest price we can find. With up to 125-watts of JBL power via the 4-inch ribbed PolyPlas woofers and Symmetrical Field Geometry low frequency magnetic assemblies, these speakers are a great addition to any home theater or receiver-based audio setup. From there, you’ll find 1-inch tweeters mounted on glass-filled Bi-Radial horns, a 2-way crossover, and a rear-facing bass port with dual gold-plated binding posts for the wired connection. They also have a “one-of-a-kind look [that] makes a dramatic design statement in any room.” Rated 4+ stars. More details below. 

For a similar option that won’t reach as deep into your pocket, take a look the Edifier R1280T Powered Bookshelf Speakers. This pair sells for $100 shipped at Amazon where it carries a 4+ star rating from nearly 12,000 Amazon customers. They might not carry the JBL seal of approval or internals, but they also feature an attractive wood grain design and will save you an additional $150 over today’s lead deal. 

Looking for a more full-on 5.1 home theater experience? Check out these ongoing offers on Klipsch and Pioneer home theater audio bundles with up to $2,100 in savings as well as this $289 set at $160 off. But if it’s something smart you’re after, here’s today’s Google Nest Mini speaker promo and a solid price drop on the Oontz Angle Bluetooth speaker — one of the best budget-friendly options out there. 

More on the JBL Studio 530 bookshelf speakers:

  • 5.25-Inch (130mm) Low-Frequency Transducers with PolyPlas cone
  • 1-Inch (25mm) High-Frequency Compression Driver
  • Glass-filled ABS Bi-Radial High-Frequency Horn
  • 3/4-Inch (19mm) ultra-ridged MDF Enclosure
  • Exclusive Design

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