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JBL LSR310S is a professional-grade active studio subwoofer for mid-sized rooms and recording studios. JBL LSR310S vs Pioneer SW-8MK2 has 200 W power, and Pioneer has 150 watts less. The sound pressure reaches 113 dB. A wide range of sound reproduction. The lower frequency range is from 27 Hz. There is a built-in crossover operating at 80 Hz and has several modes of operation. The back panel is equipped with all the necessary controls. There are traditional balanced inputs (left and right) for connecting stereo signals in the form of XLR and Jack standards. There are also balanced outputs in the form of XLR for signal transmission to studio monitors, or another speaker system.
Pioneer SW-8MK2 has an 8-inch driver size vs JBL LSR310S has a 10-inch. The subwoofer has a crossover that can be set from 40 to 150 Hz, which allows you to use a subwoofer with virtually any full-range speaker. The bass output from this subwoofer is excellent, deep enough for most applications, and loud enough in a small/medium-sized room. A very musical subwoofer, just fantastic for listening to music regardless of genre. Movies sound great, quite deep and impressive. The design looks great and very compact.
The Pioneer SW-8MK2 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Pioneer SW-8MK2 price