JBL L75ms all-in-one wireless speaker takes aim at Naim Mu-so

The premium wireless speaker market battle is heating up. Naim Audio, Linn, Devialet and Bowers & Wilkins all have decent form over the last few years but the JBL L75ms looks set to shake things up backed by the big boots of JBL.

Priced at $1500 / £1500, the Naim Mu-so stands out as the main rival in terms of price, form factor and streaming/input capability. The JBL 75ms neatly straddles the wireless speaker/soundbar market at the same time, something that worked well for the Naim Mu-so which added a HDMI input in the most recent model.

Chromecast, AirPlay 2 and Bluetooth are joined by an eArc HDMI input, moving magnet phono stage and 3.5 input.

Specs are listed below and we’re expecting a Q4 launch date.


Low Frequency DriversDual 5.25″ (130mm) Pure Pulp cone woofers
High Frequency DriversDual 1” (25mm) Aluminum dome tweeters with waveguides
Midrange Driver4” (100mm) Pure pulp cone midrange
Amplifier Power125W RMS per woofer, 25W RMS per tweeter, 50W RMS for center (350W RMS total)
Sound ControlsSpeaker placement compensation, selectable sound-field expander
Wireless InputsWiFi streaming, Bluetooth 4.2
Wired InputsHDMI ARC, ethernet, phono (MM), 3.5mm AUX
ResolutionUp to 32-bit, 192 kHz
Frequency Response45 Hz – 25 kHz (-6 dB)
Maximum SPL106 dB @ 1m
Subwoofer Output2V RMS with auto-sense/engage HPF
EnclosureFront-ported tabletop in satin walnut furniture-grade wood veneer
GrilleBlack foam Quadrex grille
Dimensions with grille8.5” H x 31.1” W x 11.3” D (216mm x 790mm x 287mm)
Remote Control TypeBTLE
Product Weight (Each)35 lbs. (15.9 kg)
Shipping Weight44 lbs. (20.0 kg)
Shipping Units of MeasureEach
Warranty5 Years