Specifications. Type: 2 way, 2 driver loudspeaker system. Frequency Response: 30Hz to 16kHz. Power Handling: W. Crossover Frequency. I’ve got an opportunity to buy a pair of JBL studio monitors for 5K, just wondering is it worth the money. Anybody got this model and can. I agree with the report of Mattera. Pregnant with a very respectable volume, which offer substantial firepower. It takes watts (and big) to make them sound.
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Rather than me waxing poetic, potential owners should understand that if they have the financial resources to purchase these JBLs as well as the volumetric area to house them, their search for a permanent loudspeaker will in all likelihood be over.
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A seems really cool to me but everything in our house has to come up our front stairs. I think I’m going to stick with them. TradefolderNov 5, I need to turn the ‘s to 12 on the dial to get the sound up. I’m surprised you need much power to get them loud. My ears Hi end response fails about the same point as the and 30 so extending that would serve me no purpose.
Then there is no way a 3 way system can image with a two, way. I mean to say these things are a big advancement over the older style aluminum horns. The bass is strong and clean but you will need strong amps to insure your listening pleasure. Sort by most recent most useful.
You’ve got a generation or two of newer technology CD horn, 2 way crossover, etc. OK, I was just comparing the specs per these publications: I I mean to say these things are a big advancement over the older style aluminum horns. Ring radiators are distortion creators.
No esoteric amps here. The will extend that some. The margin of investigation is still interesting for someone who can spend time Discussion in ‘ Speakers ‘ started by lakegvilleOct 20, I really do want to light these babies up with some power.
Not satisfied with those reviews? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Thanks for any information. Did you mean theor theor the ? They are very efficient and don’t need a lot of power.
This is the first set of JBL speakers I have ever owned. A few minutes ago, while listening to them, I realized that the music wasn’t coming from the speakers at all. Though it can rock with the very best of them, this studio monitor has it all: Some 435 this as a Rock only speaker which is indeed a mistake.
But no badass blue baffles 44355 slotted lenses. The and crossovers are close in parts count but not the same and I can make the needed changes reversible then collect the parts to once again populate the s.
The obvious answer is to get both and figure out which one to keep over the next decade or two. I won’t have as much into this as the market price of s. There may be some characteristics that you don’t like. At 96 dB, the s are quite efficient. No, create an account now. And you’ll never have to color-match the JBL blue paint. You must jnl in or sign up to reply here. I have owned both, ‘s really shine in the bass and midrange compared to the ‘s.
At 16KHz, they both seem to be down about 3 dB on 445 edges of a degree horizontal spread.
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Snare drums sound great with a good leading transient credit the horn and driver and a nice punch credit the woofer. Our members also liked: That is their greatest forte.
Have you cycled and cleaned the L pads and biamp switches? I can’t even imagine hitting these with 75 watts. And let me know if you decide not to get it; a friend of mine might want it. Thats why most of the worlds great monitors are two way or 2. I don’t think its so much a matter of whats better as it is that you shouldn’t pass up an opportunity to grab original cabinets. Extra Tabs by vBulletin Hispano. Or instead of 1 – 3just try a different source and amp.
JBL 4435 owners. Dilemma that could halt ALL my speaker projects
There’s something major going on there. It’s turning out to be a pricey enterprise. You could always stand the up on one end rotate the horn 90 degrees for a smaller floor foot print.