JBL videos are becoming more and more popular

Hardly anyone reads instruction manuals anymore - people watch videos on YouTube instead! That’s why JBL’s actively expanding its range of videos. In one series, aquascaping world champion Oliver Knott demonstrates the use of JBL products and in JBL TV, biologist Heiko Blessin explains important facts about aquaristics. It’s interesting to see the differing viewing figures and comments. A video on current in the aquarium has been viewed by 12,000 aquarists so far, a video on carbonate hardness by only 2,500 viewers. In the comments you can read that many viewers would like to see more detailed explanations! Until now our premise has always been: the shorter the better. JBL will take these wishes into account in future videos. Due to their great popularity, the first 10 JBL TV videos have now also been translated into English and French. In August, the next 18 JBL TV episodes will be filmed at the Haus des Meeres in Vienna. That’s something to look forward to!

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