The story behind the success of JBL is equally interesting. After the death of Lansing in the year 1949 and after years of polite skirmishing with Altec Lansing over the marketing rights of the Lansing name, James B Lansing Sound begin selling its products under the JBL brand. And this is how the success story of JBL begin. The start was humble but then JBL never looked back and continued climbing the success ladder with respect from its competitors.
The legendry Hartsfield system, named the “Ultimate Dream Speaker” by the Life magazine in 1955 was so advanced that Japanese Company continued to manufacture it under the JBL license well into the 1980’s. The “over engineered” nature of the company’s speakers and their ability to pound out massive amounts of bass for hours on end proved particularly well suited for the ever increasing technical demands.
The JBL sound systems for computers are an example of exception design and the real life sound quality. These speakers are available in standard and multi-channel formats and are the most popular choice in the United States. JBL computer speakers make the competition run for their money and continue to dominate the market with an exceptional sound quality and innovative engineering. If you have JBL the believe us you have the best product from the Shelf.
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