Arena SUB 100P


Powerful, standard-setting bass - at an affordable price

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Don’t forget the bass

We'd never build a JBL sound system and call it Arena without it packing powerful bass. With its 10" (250mm) high-output polycellulose woofer and dual rear ports that optimize bass performance, the JBL Arena SUB 100P plays its role to perfection. The 100W high-efficiency Class-D amplifier features unobtrusive rear-mounted controls that allow for easy setup and seamless integration into your sound system.

Item# SUB100PBK/230

General Specifications

Weight (lb) 24 lbs
Weight (kg) 10.9 kg
Power 100W RMS (200W Dynamic)
Power Requirement 100V-240V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption (Idle/Full/Power) less than 0.5W (standby) / 160W/2.1A (max – 120V) / 160W/1.5A (max – 230V)

Audio Specifications

Frequency Response 41 Hz – 150 Hz
Crossover Frequencies 50Hz – 150Hz (variable) 24 dB/octave

Speaker Specifications

Low-Frequency Transducer 10" (250mm) Polycellulose


Height (in) 14-5/16
Width (in) 14-1/2
Depth (in) 16

Control and Connection Specifications

Controls Auto Power, Crossover, Level, Phase
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Spec Sheet (EN)

2 MB

Spec Sheet (EN)

2 MB
  • 1 JBL Arena SUB 100P
  • 1 Power Cord
  • 1 Owner's Manual�
  • 1 Safety Sheet

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Arena SUB 100P is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amaizing features The features on this product cannot be matched By any company. In their own league!
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best They are the only best one out there for it class.
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this product will deffently be sending friends your way!!
Date published: 2017-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It has great qualities and features I bought this item few months ago and it's the best sound system and I lI've it so much you should try it.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crisp and clear bass, rounds out my surround syste I recently upgraded my home audio/video system. I added a Samsung 55" UHD curved screen TV, Samsung UHD DVD player, Yamaha RX-A850 7.2 Surround Receiver. I already had a JBL 6.1 Surround System. The subwoofer with that setup had a couple capacitors replaced a few years back and one of the connections was now loose. To fix that I bought two of these subwoofers that balance each other out perfectly. I'm a JBL person for life!
Date published: 2016-05-14
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I am looking to replace my old Kenwood SW-35HT because it unfortunately blew out after 15-16 years. I was wondering if this would be a good replacement for it and if it would work nicely with my Kenwood VR-507 receiver and other speakers. Thanks.

Asked by: brookhouse
The ARENA SUB100P would work well as a replacement to your Kenwood SW-35HT. They are similarly rated to be able to drive up to 100W of power and would definitely work with your VR-507 receiver.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-03-28

Can the sb400 be paired with another sb400 sub so there would be 2 sub 400 subs

Asked by: tangybodangy
You can use a y RCA jack at the subwoofer output on your surround reciever & run 2 self powered subs.
Answered by: 19Musicfan73
Date published: 2017-03-23

On the crossover settings, how do I know what the ideal setting is from the 50-150hz setting?

Asked by: Frequency settings
The crossover setting should be adjusted in respect to compliment your other speakers. 80Hz is a great starting point, but we recommend that you adjust it according to your preference.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-02-02

can I use this with eon208p

Asked by: mirasol
Theoretically, the two can be connected together, but this is not something we would recommend. The EON is a pro audio product, designed for live audio and dealing with live microphones, while the ARENA SUB 100P is designed for controlled listening to music and movies. Feedback from a live microphone will likely blow the ARENA SUB very quickly, as it cannot handle that type of situation.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-01-28

Wil this unit pair with the sb 400

Asked by: tangybodangy
No. The only subwoofer that can be paired with the SB400 is the wireless subwoofer that comes with it. No additional speakers or subs can be connected to the SB400.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-01-28

Hi! I have a pair of JBL 890's that I am Bi-Amping through a Pioneer Elite SC-95. Would a pair if the Arena Sub 100P's be a good compliment to my system to round it out sound with growling bass to bring classic rock to life, something else be better?

Asked by: jejohns257
No, the SUB 100p has an RMS wattage rating of 100 watts. The general rule when selecting a sub is to make sure it has at least twice the per channel wattage rating of the receiver. Your Pioneer can put out up to 135watt per channel , please consider getting the SUB 550P instead as it has a power rating of 300Watts. This will be a good compliment to your existing system.
Answered by: Memen at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-03-21

Does the Arena SUB100PBK use a foam or rubber speaker surround?

Asked by: Audionut
The Speaker sorround for the SUB 100P is made from polycellulose materials.
Answered by: Memen at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-01-28

Hi! I want to know why the frequency response for this model (Sub Arena 100P), is 41Hz-150Hz, when other brands the frequency response Subwoofer 10" ranges from 21Hz to 28Hz, up to 150Hz. Regards!

Asked by: Tavo
You're asking a very complex question. You're asking why some subs play lower than others. Part of it is the woofer itself--the mass of the driver, the components in the suspension and motor, etc. The more mass there is in the cone, the lower it will play. But that also means it will be less efficient, so you'll need more power--all of which adds to the cost. Oh, and by the way, I guarantee you that this won't actually play down to 42Hz, since there is no "tolerance spec" (52Hz +/- 3dB) that indicates the variation of volume at that frequency. The true number is likely somewhere north of that, close to the 50Hz range. This is a very brief primer on this complex topic, but I hope it helps.
Answered by: Titan415
Date published: 2017-03-06
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