The JBL 306P MkII powered 6.5-inch two-way studio monitor is down to $84 when you clip the $115 off on-page coupon. That's a crazy low price considering the monitor normally sells for $200 at B&H and other retailers. It dropped to around $119 for the holidays even on Amazon, but that's definitely a temporary sale. Just like B&H's drop to $84 is most likely extremely temporary.
Keep in mind that these monitors are not sold as a pair. You're buying the individual monitor for $84, and a pair will cost you $168. Considering a pair normally costs $400, that's quite the bargain really. You can even look at some of the other bundles available on the product page and see that two monitors would cost well over $400 with a few extra cords. You can buy them all individually at the above deal price and save big.
Sold individually, these are true reference monitors, designed to play the audio without coloration. They have high-quality transducers, a patented slip stream port for superior bass, and a broad sweet spot. Provide 112W of power.
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The monitor is built with the full force of JBL features and technology. It has high-quality transducers that provide an optimized transient response and improved linearity. The dual integrated custom amplifiers provide 112W of power for high output. These amplifiers are magnetically shielded and power the 6.5-inch low frequency woofer and one-inch woven-composite neodymium tweeter. The monitor also has patented tech in the form of an image control waveguide with detailed imaging and a slip stream port for superior low-frequency bass performance. The speakers also have a broad sweet spot.
You'll get boundary equalizer settings to compensate for variants introduced by the environment you've placed the monitor in, and you can adjust the high-frequency output based on your room acoustics or just personal preference. It also has flexible connectivity with balanced XLR, 1/4-inch TRS inputs, and more, along with an adjustable volume control.
Of course, if all the audio love isn't enough, the JBL monitors are designed to fit into any home studio. They use a sleek, modern design that will fit your setup perfectly. They are covered by a two-year warranty from JBL, too.
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.