JBL was founded as Lansing Manufacturing Company in 1927 in Los Angeles, primarily manufacturing six and eight-inch speaker drivers for radio consoles and radio sets. By the 1960s, Harman Professional acquired JBL, and soon thereafter powered major festivals like Woodstock. Currently, it produces both professional equipment like monitor speakers and amplifiers, while its consumer brand focusses on portable audio equipment and other consumer electronics like headphones and earphones. In their current selection of sound equipment, they have PA Systems, Subwoofers, Studio Monitors, Ceiling Speakers, Portable PA System, and other professional audio. 

Some of the best selling JBL products are the Control 12C/T ceiling speaker, 104 BT Studio Monitor, 305P Mk2 two-way Studio Monitor, and the EON612 Active PA System. Ceiling Speakers are essential workplace requirements now. JBL’s most affordable so...