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How do you make an already robust speaker system even more powerful? By adding a custom-crafted JBL® powered subwoofer. With its 10-inch (250-millimeter) woofer, down-firing driver and built-in amplifier that generates up to 150 watts, the SP150 supplies the JBL Loft Series speakers with room-rattling bass. Its LFE and line-level inputs provide flexible connection opportunities. Its volume-level, crossover-frequency and phase controls let you tailor its performance. And like other Loft Series speakers, it’s an attractive addition to any room. The SP150 brings serious depth to music and movies – and brings your home theater system to life.
At a Glance:
  • 150-watt amplifier power
  • 10" (250mm) down-firing driver for deep, rich bass
  • LFE and line-level inputs for flexible connection opportunities
  • Level, crossover and phase controls let you tailor the sound
  • Sleek, compact design complements Loft Series speakers
What's in the Box:
  • 1 SP150 powered subwoofer
  • Owner’s manual
Want to add even more bass to the already powerful JBL® Loft Series home theater speaker system? Our engineers have custom-crafted the perfect subwoofer for the job: the 10-inch (250-millimeter) SP150 powered subwoofer. The subwoofer’s convenient LFE and line-level inputs provide maximum connection flexibility so that you can set up your system in virtually any way you like. For even greater convenience, the SP150 has controls for phase, volume level and crossover frequency so you can tailor the sonic performance to your room’s acoustics and your personal taste. And if you want sheer audio muscle, the SP150’s amplifier has it: up to 150 watts. Like the other speakers in the Loft Series, the SP150 is sleek and compact, an attractive and unobtrusive addition to any room’s décor. In short, the SP150 is a combination of power, beauty and versatility, ideal for bringing serious depth to your music and movies – and bringing your home theater system to vivid life. If you believe that when it comes to powerful bass, your music and movies can’t have too much of a good thing, the JBL SP150 powered subwoofer is for you.
Product Features:
  • 150-watt amplifier power
    It takes power to produce the high volume that audio lovers adore. Fortunately, the JBL SP150 250-millimeter (10-inch) powered subwoofer has that power: 150 watts. So blast the bass as loud as you want. The SP150 can handle it.
  • 10" (250mm) down-firing driver for deep, rich bass
    Some subwoofers push sound waves at a wall, but the JBL® SP150 250-millimeter (10-inch) powered subwoofer has a down-firing driver that sends sound to the floor for a cleaner response with fewer unwanted sonic reflections. Low-frequency sound won’t bounce from surface to surface but will radiate up from under you for bass that you have to hear (and feel) to believe.
  • LFE and line-level inputs for flexible connection opportunities
    Today’s speaker systems need to carry a wide variety of signals from a wide variety of components and sound sources. That’s no problem for the SP150 powered subwoofer. Its LFE (low-frequency effects) and line-level inputs ensure that every note will reach your ears.
  • Level, crossover and phase controls let you tailor the sound
    Raise the volume level. Switch the phase setting. Change the frequency where the subwoofer interacts with other speakers. The SP150 has controls that let you make the subwoofer sound exactly the way you like it.
  • Sleek, compact design complements Loft Series speakers
    The SP150 powered subwoofer comes in a wood-grain vinyl cabinet that looks good with the other speakers in the Loft Series. And its compact size – 16 inches (406 millimeters) tall, 12-1/2 inches (318 millimeters) wide and 14 inches (356 millimeters) deep – allows it to fit into almost any room.
Manuals & Downloads:
Ported (front firing)
Amplifier Power
150 watts
Power Consumption
less than 1.0W (standby); 175W (maximum)
Audio Specifications:
Frequency Response
35Hz – 180Hz
System Specifications:
Power Requirement
100V – 240V AC, 50Hz/60Hz
Speaker Specifications:
Low-Frequency Transducer
10" (250mm) cone (down-firing)
SP150 is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Sub Woofer Had my eyes on this sub for a while now. Caught it on sale and got it for $119.00 at my local electronics super store. I paired it with my ES80s and wow, talking about shaking the house. I honestly don`t think I could have done better. Bass is solid and tight. I have a 5:2 Denon setup and can`t wait to get the 2nd sub, not that I really need it now :)
Date published: 2015-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SP150 A very powerful sub, lots of crisp bass sound without any vibration...very good sub especially at its price point!
Date published: 2015-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have this subwoofer for more than 10 years and never failed me. The bass is clear and will rock even your living room. It's a bargain for the price if you consider the quality.
Date published: 2018-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best value ever I bought one of these subs over 2 years ago and was so impressed that I got another one. Bass is punchy and deep. Shakes my whole house. I cant beleive this model was discontinued. These are worth far more than they ever cost. Excellant subwoofers that I would recomend to this day if you can find them.
Date published: 2018-08-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Little Subwoofer !! I needed a sub to go with my loft 50 and loft 40 speakers. Caught this on sale for 99 bucks. And I love it, great sub good power. for a good price. Highly recommend [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-04-08
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Why do the lights on the SP-150 stay on all the time? Also, why do the lights change from red to blue?

Asked by: gds23
We would like to work with you directly to help you with your issue. Please submit a case request at https://www.jbl.com/support-contact.html and the Customer Service Team will be more than happy to assist you.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2018-11-02

How can I connect the JBL SP 150 to my current receiver JVC RX-5022v?

Asked by: dario54
Hi Thank you for your question This sub can either be connected to your receiver at speaker-level or line level (through you Subwoofer out put if your receiver has that) If you have further question - Then please contact help-desk who will gladly help you.
Answered by: Mogens
Date published: 2018-01-11

I already own this and I am wondering what speakers i should get to accompany this, can i use passive speakers with this as my speaker amp? or do I need to get powered speakers if I do not want to use a receiver?

Asked by: pittman90
You will definitely need to get an amplifier in order to power the passive speakers as you cannot power those with the amplifier of the sub woofer. If you don't want to use a receiver then it would be advisable to get powered speakers along with it.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2017-12-02

How do I connect this sub to a Yamaha RX v590 receiver?

Asked by: Matt11
On the Yamaha RX V590, there is a set of RCA jacks labeled "Output", above the front speaker terminals, to the right of the center/surround terminals. The bottom center jack is labeled "Low Pass for 200 Hz". This is the line-level subwoofer output that you can connect to the SP150's Subwoofer Input using an RCA cable.
Answered by: Memen at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-12-02

Can I connect the JBL SP150 to my computer without using the receiver?

Asked by: makedoniya
Thank you for the inquiry. Yes. This product is powered and has a subwoofer rca line input connection. If the computer supports this connection it will work. An adapter may be required. Best Regards.
Answered by: Zoltan
Date published: 2017-12-02

is there a "3.5 mm Aux In " port ? If not , how do I hook this up with a portable player device ?

Asked by: PGNIP
The SP150 is a powered subwoofer, and must be connected to the subwoofer line output of a receiver/amplifier using RCA cable and plugged into the wall outlet in order to function. 
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-12-02
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