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I use JBL HT5'S for side and rear surrounds and they match great. Hard to find them anymore,but if you search around you might on fleabay.
Thanks.
I just pulled the trigger on the pair of 590s anyways.
Also wondering if the rear ports could pose some issue. My current speakers (back) are about 15" from back wall. They are front ported though.
Would keeping 590 at that same position cause any issue due to rear ports?
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Thanks.
I just pulled the trigger on the pair of 590s anyways.
Also wondering if the rear ports could pose some issue. My current speakers (back) are about 15" from back wall. They are front ported though.
Would keeping 590 at that same position cause any issue due to rear ports?
You're going to have to run them to find out. They do come with the port plugs, but I don't know how effective they are as I've never used them with my 530's. I just pulled the trigger on the 590's as well, and they'll be more cramped than the 530's, considering how much bigger they are.
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You're going to have to run them to find out. They do come with the port plugs, but I don't know how effective they are as I've never used them with my 530's. I just pulled the trigger on the 590's as well, and they'll be more cramped than the 530's, considering how much bigger they are.
I do not see 520C available anywhere. Having second thoughts now. W/o matching center it would be a mess..
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I just pulled the trigger on the combo package. I plan on selling the receiver (hoping it will fetch 500 bucks), so it can offset the cost of the speakers a bit.

What's a good center and surround to go with these speakers? I am going to be using a Denon X3200W as my receiver - does it have enough power to drive these speakers? For now, I plan on keeping this in my living room until my home theater room gets built out.
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I do not see 520C available anywhere. Having second thoughts now. W/o matching center it would be a mess..
My main priority is music quality, and movies a distance second, but I have the 520c. Oddly I found it on Craigslist with the 530's all together, but I already had the 530's, so I offered him $200 for it and he accepted, and it was mint.

Don't regret this insane deal on the 590's over the center channel's availability, or lack there of, right at this particular moment. I'd rather get this incredible deal, and deal with a potential center mismatch for a while, than not get this deal.
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My main priority is music quality, and movies a distance second, but I have the 520c. Oddly I found it on Craigslist with the 530's all together, but I already had the 530's, so I offered him $200 for it and he accepted, and it was mint.

Don't regret this insane deal on the 590's over the center channel's availability, or lack there of, right at this particular moment. I'd rather get this incredible deal, and deal with a potential center mismatch for a while, than not get this deal.
Good find on 520C. I will be on the lookout. Worst case I can get 530 pair and use one of it as a center (which is not ideal, but..)
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I just pulled the trigger on the combo package. I plan on selling the receiver (hoping it will fetch 500 bucks), so it can offset the cost of the speakers a bit.

What's a good center and surround to go with these speakers? I am going to be using a Denon X3200W as my receiver - does it have enough power to drive these speakers? For now, I plan on keeping this in my living room until my home theater room gets built out.
It's a bit of a hassle though to flip that AVR. Especially to get $500, you may have to be patient. The new one is being sold for Just $100 more, just sayin..
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I just pulled the trigger on the combo package. I plan on selling the receiver (hoping it will fetch 500 bucks), so it can offset the cost of the speakers a bit.

What's a good center and surround to go with these speakers? I am going to be using a Denon X3200W as my receiver - does it have enough power to drive these speakers? For now, I plan on keeping this in my living room until my home theater room gets built out.
You'll want the JBL 520c center, and maybe the 530's as surrounds, but those aren't as important, so you can use most anything actually, with reasonable results.

The 590's have decent sensitivity, so your receiver may very well be enough. A lot of people look at a big speaker and assume it needs a ton of power, but since they are always more sensitive, within the same line of speakers, they actually get as louder or louder with less power.

Case in point, my JBL 530's are rated at 86db, the 590's at 92db. If they are rated accurately, I'll have gained 6db...using the same amplifier.
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I just purchased two of the 590s.
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It's a bit of a hassle though to flip that AVR. Especially to get $500, you may have to be patient. The new one is being sold for Just $100 more, just sayin..
Ah, I should have researched the price of the receiver before buying the package - you are right, they are being sold for $600. I will try listing them on Craigslist and ebay for $450 and hope it sells. I just checked my order status on Amazon and it's too late to cancel and order just the speakers...
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You'll want the JBL 520c center, and maybe the 530's as surrounds, but those aren't as important, so you can use most anything actually, with reasonable results.

The 590's have decent sensitivity, so your receiver may very well be enough. A lot of people look at a big speaker and assume it needs a ton of power, but since they are always more sensitive, within the same line of speakers, they actually get as louder or louder with less power.

Case in point, my JBL 530's are rated at 86db, the 590's at 92db. If they are rated accurately, I'll have gained 6db...using the same amplifier.
Thanks for the feedback. It appears that the 520c is not in stock anywhere. I need to start looking for them. I have a couple of Polk surrounds right now, so I might just stick with them for now..
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The 590's have decent sensitivity, so your receiver may very well be enough. A lot of people look at a big speaker and assume it needs a ton of power, but since they are always more sensitive, within the same line of speakers, they actually get as louder or louder with less power.
A receiver of good quality will make the JBL studio 590 sound good enough but you need, IMO, a separate quality amplifier with plenty current and watts to get the most out of it (as with most speakers). And don't forget the Pre/pro. The JBL:s will reward you with higher resolution and more detail. I noticed a significant improvement when upgrading from my anthem mrx-300 to mrx-710.
The mrx-710 is now used as a Pre/pro partnering an Earthquake cinenova 7. I'm also biamping my 590:s, because I can.
When I hooked up the cinenova the whole listening experience took a leap towards the better. I recall the treble improvement as the most significant. Maybe it got some more headroom, it sounded more "airy" (IF that even is a word). Hard to describe in english.
Enjoy all your 590:s out there!
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I'll be running the 590's with a separate 150 wpc amp, and maybe my 200 wpc B&K after I get it fixed. The sensitivity is high enough on them that they should perform pretty well even on a typical receiver though, but I won't be trying it myself.
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I was wondering if it would matter what surrounds you have (especially being the horn tweeters in these).
I currently have E-80 fronts and EC-25 center with E-10 surrounds.
Really tempted to replace the LCR with pair of 590 and 520C. But just bit concerned if there is a timber matching issue with surrounds.
I also have atmos that uses same E-10 for heights.
APpreciate your inputs.
Almost identical setup here as well -- E-80s up front with an EC35 center and E10 surrounds. Am seriously considering the 590s although I sure wish I had some confidence about the matching center's availability.

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It also depends on your room and how far back you are sitting. I am planning on sitting within 8' or so from the 590's so even a decent 100watt per channel amp/receiver should be able to drive these to some high db levels unless the 92db sensitivity rating is not accurate. Based on the review from the Australian site who performed measurements, etc I believe they measured 91db. Depending on room and seating distance these should be easy to drive.
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I just purchased two of the 590s.
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I have never owned a JBL before. Have been using a Klipsch RF-5 towers for 12 years now in my home theater. I have the RC-7 center. How does the Klipsch RF-5 compare to the JBL 590? They are both horn speakers. I was going to run away from the horn since I am having some fatigue issue with my Klipsch when listening to music. My other choice was PSB X2T towers for $1300/pair (no sale on those). In addition to movies, I love classical, jazz, some classic rock, and a lot of other acoustic music like Pink Martini. My receiver is NAD T775HD. I believe this has a lot of power.
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The horn on these JBL's are nothing like the typical Klipsch. If they were, I wouldn't want them. They don't even "sound" like a typical horn. They have a really smooth non-fatiguing sound, but really focused midrange with excellent imaging.

JBL didn't use the horn loaded compression driver to increase sensitivity like Klipsch does so the results are totally different.

I've had the Studio 530's for two years and just ordered the 590's the other day. I love these JBL's.
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Those 590's are such a ridiculous deal. The 530's while outstanding are $600 and worth every penny, but I just paid $899 for the 590's.
It is indeed 899 for the pair, there is no sales tax

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590 center channel?

Is anyone running a 590 as a center? Really debating adding another 590 and using it as a center behind an acoustic screen. I have the 520 for a center now but I usually do not even use it since to me it sounds better with just the 2 590's. These things have awesome imaging. Even being slightly out of the "sweet spot" they image pretty well were other speakers I have had if you move even a little bit out the "sweet spot" the image fades off.
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Is anyone running a 590 as a center? Really debating adding another 590 and using it as a center behind an acoustic screen. I have the 520 for a center now but I usually do not even use it since to me it sounds better with just the 2 590's. These things have awesome imaging. Even being slightly out of the "sweet spot" they image pretty well were other speakers I have had if you move even a little bit out the "sweet spot" the image fades off.
A vertical center channel will always trump a horizontal one. Since you do have an AT screen, I'd be all over the 590 for CC duties.
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Is anyone running a 590 as a center? Really debating adding another 590 and using it as a center behind an acoustic screen. I have the 520 for a center now but I usually do not even use it since to me it sounds better with just the 2 590's. These things have awesome imaging. Even being slightly out of the "sweet spot" they image pretty well were other speakers I have had if you move even a little bit out the "sweet spot" the image fades off.
Vertical centers are preferred to horizontal. If you wan to sell the 520C let me know via PM and I might take it off your hands
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I called JBL customer service today. They confirmed that the 520C is not discontinued and are expecting a large shipment to their US warehouse in late June.
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Is anyone running a 590 as a center? Really debating adding another 590 and using it as a center behind an acoustic screen. I have the 520 for a center now but I usually do not even use it since to me it sounds better with just the 2 590's. These things have awesome imaging. Even being slightly out of the "sweet spot" they image pretty well were other speakers I have had if you move even a little bit out the "sweet spot" the image fades off.


I'm using 3 590's, LCR, sounds great. Voices are totally lifesize. I'm using an Outlaw 7700. Only the center channel is behind the screen,the left and right are about 3' from the screen wall.

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I'm using 3 590's, LCR, sounds great. Voices are totally lifesize. I'm using an Outlaw 7700. Only the center channel is behind the screen,the left and right are about 3' from the screen wall.


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Very nice! Bet it sounds very good. Looking to get a set of the 530's once they are on sale again. Want to at least give them a chance!

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Very nice! Bet it sounds very good. Looking to get a set of the 530's once they are on sale again. Want to at least give them a chance!



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Thanks Phil. It sounds huge lol,I run the crossover at 60Hz.

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Thanks Phil. It sounds huge lol,I run the crossover at 60Hz.
Wished you lived closer as I would love to check it out. What are you using for LFE? Just can't wait to order a set of the 530's! YOU have something to be very proud of.

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Wished you lived closer as I would love to check it out. What are you using for LFE? Just can't wait to order a set of the 530's! YOU have something to be very proud of.



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Thanks Phil,it took a little while but was definitely worth it. I'm using 2 Epik Empires,each one has 2-15" drivers. Plenty of bass,very good chest thumping midbass. Seating is 14' from the screen.
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Thanks Phil,it took a little while but was definitely worth it. I'm using 2 Epik Empires,each one has 2-15" drivers. Plenty of bass,very good chest thumping midbass. Seating is 14' from the screen.
Awesome! Chad knows how to build subs! Wonder why he went out of business? Have spoken with him a few times. I have (2) PSA S1500's myself. Love them!

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