The JBL SA750 is a new stereo amplifier that combines modern broadcast technologies like Airplay 2 and Google Chromecast with a design that doesn't look out of place in a hi-fi booth for years 1960 or 1970.It houses a bunch of disks and switches with reassuring looks Physical controls, simple display and sides covered with wood veneer The speaker, whose launch coincides with JBL's 75th anniversary, will cost 3 000 $ when it goes on sale from May.
Besides wireless connectivity, which includes UPnP support as well as Apple and Google protocols, the JBL SA750 has all the wired inputs you would expect. There are six pairs of analog RCA inputs, which are auxiliary inputs of 35 mm, two optical inputs and two digital coaxial inputs alongside USB and Ethernet
As a stand-alone stereo amplifier, you will need to connect a separate set of amplifiers to listen to the JBL SA750 and for this purpose, it is equipped with two pairs of headphone connectors, and it can produce up to 220W of power per channel. We are sure JBL would like to sell you a pair of new L100 Classic speakers 75 to use by his side, but at 5500 $ the pair, it is far from an economical option
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News – THAT – Modern JBL broadcast technology has crept into a large stereo amplifier