Originally Posted by DZEvoque
Got it @ice_wise.
Good suggestion & Thanks. Btw
, How JBL original spakers can be differentiated from duplicate or imitating copies(if available), while buying.
Yes, fakes are very much available in almost all car audio markets. Look out for the following -
1. The colour of the JBL Logo should be deep orange and should not be faded/blurry. The logo should be clearly visible and of a proper original size.
2. The exclamation mark on the J (in JBL) is not exactly perfect in case of fakes in most cases. Products with colour bleeding on logos and information should be avoided.
3. "Power" or other unusual wordings written on the products. Also confirm the specs written on the underside of speakers with those provided on official site.
4. The installer would decline on providing a proper VAT bill with warranty.
5. The outer package should be inspected as well. You will find one or the other mistake in spellings or print, in fakes.
You can take sample pictures of high resolution in your mobile (from official JBL site) of the products and compare before paying the money.