James B. Lansing had a long history in manufacturing when he start JBL in 1946. Within a year of its founding, JBL was producing revolutionary technology in the audio industry with its D130 15 inch speaker which was the first of its kind to feature a 4-inch flat wire coil-in-cone transducer. Soon after, Fender began exclusively using JBL’s loudspeakers because they were the only speakers that provided the high quality sound and drive that the legendary guitar company would accept to uphold the their sound standards. Next, Capitol Records overhauled their recording studios to make JBL their standard throughout. JBL continued to introduce new and innovative products and soon their transducers were powering Woodstock. It did not stop there, large theaters and venues began implementing JBL products because they recognized the quality and power of the sound produced was unparallel to any competitors. The good news for consumers and industry professionals alike is that JBL products are widely available. Consumers can get that same incredible craftsmanship and quality of sound right in their own home. They can replicate the professional experience that stuns even the most trained audiophile ears for the home consumer experience. Today JBL continues to produce technologically advanced electronics like loudspeakers, wireless speakers, headphones, home audio systems, car and marine audio, and more.
The home audio enthusiast, or even the novice, will appreciate the high-quality, pristine sound that JBL components produce. At George Meyer AV, we cannot recommend the brand highly enough. Another reason that we are a big fan of the brand is that, while necessary repairs are few and far between, should the need arise, we are more than capable of making the repairs or completing any necessary service to the components for our customers. JBL themselves recommend that if you own a JBL component that is in need of service and repair, that you only visit an authorized JBL repair business. Because of the quality of craftsmanship of such top-tier products, not just anyone is knowledgeable enough, or even capable of properly diagnosing the problem or making the repairs. Our highly skilled technicians undergo extensive training to ensure that they are properly prepared and capable to quickly assess what the problem is and promptly make the repair so that you get your audio components back in proper working condition, quickly. George Meyer AV is conveniently located on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles but we are capable of making on-site visits and customers that are not local can also ship us their components for repair and service. This is how we show customers that we are the whole package – from purchase to repair, no matter where you are, George Meyer AV is there for you and will ensure that your product’s lifespan is preserved and extended so that you can continue protect your investment in high-quality audio components and enjoy the outstanding sound quality they produce.