JBL-logoJBL MT6HLB 2-Way Compression Horn Tower Marine SpeakerJBL-MT6HLB-2-Way-Compression-Horn-Tower-Marine-Speaker-Product

INTRODUCTION

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PURCHASE
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ABOUT THE MANUAL

This manual describes general installation guidelines. However, please note that proper installation of marine audio components requires qualified experience. If you do not have the knowledge and tools to successfully perform this installation, we strongly recommend consulting an authorized JBL dealer about your installation options. Keep all instructions and sales receipts for reference.

WHAT’S IN THE BOXJBL-MT6HLB-2-Way-Compression-Horn-Tower-Marine-Speaker-FIG-1

DIMENSIONSJBL-MT6HLB-2-Way-Compression-Horn-Tower-Marine-Speaker-FIG-2

MOUNTING THE SPEAKER

  1. Place the clamp around the horizontal bar of the tower.
  2. Use the included MB bolts to secure the clamp; insert the bolts from the top and tum clockwise with the included hex key to tighten. For a secure fit, use the included rubber mats between the clamp and the bar.
  3. Slide the speaker onto the clamp from below.
  4. Secure the speaker onto the clamp using the included M6 bolt; insert the bolt into the hole at the back of the mounting sleeve and turn clockwise with the included hex key to tighten.JBL-MT6HLB-2-Way-Compression-Horn-Tower-Marine-Speaker-FIG-3

Swiveling the speaker

Loosen the mounting bolt. Swivel speaker to the desired angle (up to 360°). Tighten the bolt to secure in place.

Wiring the speakers

To access the speaker and LED wire terminals, remove the panel on the top of the speaker housing, behind the mounting bracket.

Speaker signal wiring

To send signal to the speaker, thread the speaker wire from the mounting bar through the lower half of the mounting bracket, then connect the positive(+) and negative(-) leads to the appropriate speaker terminal. Press the spring-loaded terminal in, insert the bare wire end into the slot, then release the terminal. Be sure to observe proper polarity.

Speaker LED wiring

To provide power for the LEDs, insert the LED wire plug into the LED terminal on the speaker housing, then thread the LED wires through the mounting bracket and into the mounting bar. Next, connect the 22-gauge black {+ 12V), red, blue, and green LED wires to your compatible 12-volt power source or light controller (sold separately}. If using a separate controller, be sure to connect each wire to the proper output.
If hardwiring the LEDs directly to your power source, you can choose the color of the LEDs by connecting the black wire to the positive (+12V) terminal, and the appropriate R, G, and/or B single wire or combination of wires to the negative(-) terminal.

There are 7 possible colors, depending on the wiring configuration you choose:

ATTACHING THE SAFETY STRAP

To keep the speaker from falling when adjusting it, use the included safety strap. Wrap the loop around the horizontal bar of the wake tower, then secure the strap to the speaker by threading the included hex screw through the strap’s ring, and screwing it into the hole on the side of the mounting sleeve.JBL-MT6HLB-2-Way-Compression-Horn-Tower-Marine-Speaker-FIG-6

Protecting your speaker from the elements

When not in use, you can protect your speaker using the included neoprene bag. Slide the bag over the speaker, and close the zipper to secure in place. You can use the bag whether the speaker is mounted or unmounted.JBL-MT6HLB-2-Way-Compression-Horn-Tower-Marine-Speaker-FIG-7

FAQs

What qualities should a JBL MT6HLB maritime speaker have?

For marine applications, you need a speaker system that sounds well at high volume. Consider making an investment in speakers for ships that have superior sensitivity, durability, and power handling.

JBL MT6HLB coaxial marine speakers: what are they?

Two-way, or coaxial, speakers have a second tweeter housed inside the woofer in order to handle the high frequencies and accurately reproduce the sound spectrum of your music. Three-way, or triaxial, speakers combine a midrange driver with a separate woofer and tweeter for more depth and realism.

Are JBL MT6HLB maritime speakers amplified?

Amplification is a common feature of marine stereos, some of which are very potent. It is definitely possible to produce good sound without an external amplifier. The majority of the time, you can test your stereo without an amplifier first because you can almost always install one later.

What makes a JBL MT6HLB maritime speaker unique?

The speakers that are best suited for usage in water are known as marine speakers. They are frequently water-resistant in addition to being more robust. The various exposures to moisture, climate, and weather are what marine speakers are made to withstand.

JBL MT6HLB marine speakers – waterproof?

Marine surroundings can withstand products that are Marine Rated or Marine Grade. Marine grade parts can be exposed to rain, wind, and the sun (although not necessarily submersion). When a little water is splashed on them, they won’t burn because they can survive high ambient temperatures.

How durable are the JBL MT6HLB marine speakers?

Speakers called “marine” are designed specifically for use aboard boats. They will withstand the elements thanks to careful testing.

What materials are used to make JBL MT6HLB marine speakers?

Sea speakers are built with sturdy materials to ensure their durability in the more demanding marine environment. They are comprised of special plastic and stainless steel components to endure the elements and to withstand unexpected temperature changes.

A JBL MT6HLB two-way maritime speaker is what?

Two-way, or coaxial, speakers contain a second tweeter located inside the woofer in order to handle the high frequencies and accurately recreate the sound range of your music. Three-way, or triaxial, speakers combine a midrange driver with a separate woofer and tweeter for increased depth and realism.

JBL MT6HLB marine speakers: where do they go?

You should always install your full range speakers as high as possible for the best sound quality. Do not mount them underneath seats or close to your feet. On larger vessels and other places where it is feasible, you should consider putting speakers over your head. Subwoofers, on the other hand, are the complete opposite.

What are the applications of JBL MT6HLB marine speakers?

The marine audio system, which is used to play music on boats, consists of a number of speakers, amplifiers, and other gadgets.

Are the JBL MT6HLB maritime speakers bass-friendly?

Between 80 Hz and 20 kHz, the marine speaker produces a strong full-range sound and has acceptable bass performance.

How reliable are JBL MT6HLB Marine Speakers?

The majority of marine speakers are highly durable and strong. Make sure the speakers you buy are of excellent quality, resistant to rust and corrosion, and well-built. Look for speakers with plastic cones, such as those with polypropylene and neoprene rubber surrounds, for effective weather protection.

How long should I let my JBL MT6HLB boat speaker charge?

A battery can be charged from empty to fully charged in about 4 hours.

What else would I need, besides the amp, to convert it to Bluetooth only since I’m new to this?

Our JBL – TOWER X Marine requires a Bluetooth Switch Receiver and Control in addition to an amplifier in order to establish a Bluetooth connection for your speakers.

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