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Club 3020

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3-1/2" (87mm) coaxial car speaker

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High performance – for everybody

Club coaxial and component speakers bring legendary JBL sound to more vehicles. Their compact design means they’ll fit in most cars and trucks on the road, while high sensitivity delivers outstanding performance, even when they’re powered by factory stereos. Rugged polypropylene cones with the Plus One™ design deliver hard-hitting bass and long performance life. PEI balanced dome tweeters play smooth highs. Available in a range of standard sizes—3", 4", 5-1/4", 6", 6-1/2", 6" x 8" and 4" x 6" coaxial, 6" x 9" 3-way, and 5-1/4", 6-1/2", and 6" x 9" component—they’re the perfect upgrade from factory speakers.

Item# CLUB 3020

General Specifications

Impedance (ohms) 3
Power Handling 20W RMS, 60W peak
Sensitivity (@ 2.83V) 89dB

Audio Specifications

Frequency Response 90Hz – 20kHz
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Spec Sheet

1 MB
  • 1 pair of coaxial speakers
  • Foam mounting tape
  • Owner’s manual

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Amir, can you explain the difference in terms of tech specs and sound quality of the JBL Club 3020 vs GX302. I need this to make a decision on replacing factory in dash speakers for a Toyota HL. I need a qualitative details than just tech specs which I kn

Asked by: Dealzguy
While we always say that how a speaker sounds to an individual is subjective, when used in the same application (same amplification, crossover, gain, location) the GX302 is expected to perform better by quickly looking at its specifications - Frequency Response: GX 302 90Hz-21kHz / CLUB 3020 90Hz-20kHz Sensitivity: GX 302 89 dB / CLUB 3020 86.5 dB Watts (RMS): GX 302 25W / CLUB 3020 20W This shows us that the GX 302 can handle more power and can play higher frequencies, meaning at casual applications where both will be driven with the same power at the same frequency (i.e. 20W @ 10kHz), the GX 302 will not be as strained as the CLUB 3020 would be. In a nutshell, the GX has better frequency response, will play louder with less power, and will handle more power. Sonically, it is our opinion that the GX also has a more neutral sound than the CLUB series.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-02-17

How many speakers come in the box? Is this a price for each speaker or a pair?

Asked by: swist
Hi Thanks for the question. The box contains 1 pair of Club 3020 drivers. (2 drivers)
Answered by: Mogens
Date published: 2017-01-09

what are the specs?

Asked by: FrancoDanko
As shown in the downloadable .pdf spec sheet above, the CLUB 3020 has the following specs: Club 3020 Description: 3-1/2" (87mm) coaxial car speaker Power Handling: 20W RMS, 60W peak Sensitivity (@ 2.83V): 89dB Frequency Response: 90Hz – 20kHz Impedance: 3.0 ohms
Answered by: Amir at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-02-14
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