JBL LSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair 889406749849

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The JBL LSR4300 Series Studio Monitors are designed for critical stereo and multi-channel audio production applications that require exceptional spectral accuracy and high SPL capability. Exclusive te... Read More

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Overview

The JBL LSR4300 Series Studio Monitors are designed for critical stereo and multi-channel audio production applications that require exceptional spectral accuracy and high SPL capability. Exclusive technology from JBL automatically analyzes and corrects the response of each speaker in the room for absolute accuracy in mixing.

Acknowledging that much of today's production is carried out in acoustically untreated rooms, the LSR4300 Series is the first professional monitor to combine JBL's Linear Spatial Reference technology and automated RMCTM Room Mode Correction, an onboard system that automatically compensates for low frequency anomalies measured at the mix position.

The LSR4300 enhances computer-based production by incorporating system-wide volume control, input source selection, individual speaker solo and user EQ. Harman HiQnetTM Network protocol enables centralized system-wide control from any speaker, wireless remote control, or computer using LSR4300 Control Center Software.

438H Low Frequency Transducer

The 8" woofer utilizes a powerful, shielded lightweight neodymium magnet which can be used in close proximity to CRT-type monitors with no interference. The transducer utilizes a copper-clad polepiece that improves high frequency output by reducing voice coil inductance. A copper ribbon voice coil ensures high sensitivity, and a flux shorting ring stabilizes the magnetic field in the gap, reducing distortion. Heat sinking has been placed close to the magnetic gap in order to draw out heat as efficiently as possible. The cone is polymer coated for uniformity of response over the woofer's passband.

431G High Frequency Transducer

The high frequency transducer has a treated silk diaphragm that produces uniform and smooth sound. Its flat ribbon aluminum voice coil ensures low-moving mass and enables the transducer to achieve response out to 22kHz. A lightweight neodymium magnet structure with integral heat sinking, along with ferrofluid in the magnetic gap, enable the transducer to produce high peak output levels with minimal power compression. The magnet structure is integrally shielded, enabling the system to be used in proximity to CRT-type monitors with no interference.

Bi-amplified Power System

The LSR4328P incorporates 2 high power amplifiers that provide 150 watts of power to the low frequency transducer and 70 watts of power to the high frequency transducer. A precision digital dividing network having high-order Linkwitz-Riley slope characteristics for smooth transition between transducers, results in exceptional imaging and lack of time smear. The circuitry also yields a tonal-artifact-free noise floor.

Network and Digital Features

The LSR4300 Series utilizes the Harman HiQnetTM network protocol that allows centralized control of a multi-channel system from a from any speaker's front panel, wireless remote control, or computer via a standard USB connection and LSR4300 Control Center Software. The network is configured using supplied CAT5 cable and by setting a DIP switch on each speaker. Harman HiQnet also enables synchronized RMC calibration of all speakers on the network.


Features
  • Contains 2 monitors and software
  • Key Features: Advanced LSR Linear Spatial
  • Reference Design provides neutral off-axis response for greater clarity at the mix position
  • Automated RMCTM Room Mode
  • Correction system with calibration microphone measures and automatically compensates for low frequency standing waves and boundary conditions
  • Harman HiQnetTM Network Protocol enables system-wide control of level, EQ, input selection, solo and more
  • Wireless remote control and LSR4300
  • Control Center Software enable control from the listening position
  • AES/EBU, S/PDIF digital inputs
  • Balanced analog input with selectable +4dBu / -10 dBV sensitivity
  • Bi-amplified design eliminates the need for external amplification
  • Front panel output meter with variable brightness displays signal level
  • Custom designed, self-shielded transducers with neodymium motor structures for exceptional transient response and superb power-handling
  • Integrated mounting points allow
  • wall mounting for greater placement options
  • Built-in handles facilitate optimum positioning
  • Low and High Frequency
  • Equalization with factory presets allows tailoring of response to preference, or acoustic conditions in the room
Specifications
  • Frequency Response: (+/- 1.5 dB): 55Hz”20kHz
    Enclosure Resonant Frequency: 52Hz
    Low Frequency Extension: User controls set to default
    -3 dB: 47 Hz ” 22 kHz
    -10 dB: 39 Hz ” 32 kHz
    Low-High Frequency Crossover: Digital Crossover: 2.4kHz, 8th order LR LF/4th order BW HF
    Distortion, 96dB SPL,
    1 m: Mid-High Frequency
    (200 Hz - 20 kHz)
    2nd Harmonic: <0.4%
    3rd Harmonic: <0.3%
    Low Frequency (<200 Hz)
    2nd Harmonic: <0.8%
    3rd Harmonic: <1.4%
    Measured Maximum Continuous SPL : 106dB / 1m
    Measured Maximum Peak SPL: 112dB / 1m
    Maximum Peak SPL Per Pair: 118dB SPL / 1m
    Low Frequency Model: 436H
    Diameter: 159 mm (6-1/4")
    Voice Coil: 1.5" (38 mm)
    Magnet Type: Neodymium
    Cone Type: Polymer coated paper fiber
    Impedance: 8 ohms
    High Frequency Model: 431G
    Diameter: 25 mm (1 in) diaphragm
    Voice Coil: 1" (25 mm)
    Magnet Type: Neodymium, shielded with integral heat sink
    Diaphragm Type: Silk Dome
    Other Features: Elliptical oblate spheroidal waveguide
    Impedance: 4 ohms
    Amplifier:
    Low Frequency Topology: Class A-B Monolithic, Balanced
    Sine Wave Power Rating: 150 watts (<0.1% THD into rated impedance)
    THD + N, _ Power: <0.02%
    High Frequency Topology: Class A-B Monolithic
    Sine Wave Power Rating: 70 watts (<0.1% THD into rated impedance)
    THD + N, _ Power: <0.02%
    AC Input Voltage: 115 VAC, 60 Hz (230VAC, 50 Hz ” models LSR4328P/230 and
    LSR4326P/230)
    AC Input Connector: IEC
    Self-Generated Noise Level: <13 dBA / 1m tonal artifact-free noise floor using analog input
    1/8TH Power Rating: 13 watts LSR4326P
    Full Power Rating (100 hrs. IEC 58 watts IEC Pink Noise LF Channel Only
    pink noise, 6dB crest Factor):
    Wattage Rating: AC at 1/8th power IEC Pink Noise 60 watts
    Maximum Current: AC at maximum power output (audio)
    120V AC line 2.2A (LSR4328P, LSR4326P)
    230V AC line 1.1A (LSR4328P/230, LSR4326P/230)
    Fuse Value: 5A, 250VAC, Time Lag (LSR4328P, LSR4326P)
    2.5A, 250VAC, Time Lag (LSR4328P/230, LSR4326P/230)
    Inputs and Outputs
    Analog XLR IN: Selectable +4 dBu/-10 dBV; Input Impedance 10K.
    Positive voltage applied to XLR pin 2 produces outward woofer
    motion
    1/4-in tip-ring-sleeve IN: Balanced or unbalanced, Selectable +4 dBu/-10 dBV; Input impedance 20K. Positive voltage applied to 1/4" tip produces
    outward woofer motion
    AD Converters: 96kHz, 24 Bit, 64x Over sampling
    Calibrated Input Sensitivity,
    Analog XLR & 1/4":
    +4 dBu: 94 dB SPL / 1 m
    -10 dBV: 94 dB SPL / 1 m
    Digital XLR IN: AES/EBU(IEC60958)
    XLR OUT: AES/EBU(IEC60958)
    RCA IN: S/PDIF , (EIAJ CP1201)
    RCA OUT: S/PDIF (EIAJ CP1201)
    Digital Input Sample Rates: 96k Hz, 88.2 kHz, 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz. Tolerance: +/- 3%
    Digital Input Word Length: 24 Bit
    RMC Microphone Input 1?8" tip-ring-sleeve; powered +15 Volts on tip.
    (Use supplied microphone only)
    Network Connection: RJ45 IN, RJ45 OUT
    Network Protocol: Proprietary Harman HiQNetTM Protocol using RS485
    Computer Interface: USB Type 1
    Front Panel Controls: ON, SOLO, RMC, EQ ON, LF, HF, PRESET, INPUT, +/-
    RMC Functions: Start, Bypass
    RMC Filter Range: 73 Frequencies (1/24th octave centers) between 20Hz to 160Hz, with a variable Q from 1 (1.4 octave bandwidth) to 16
    (1/11th octave bandwidth, and from 3 to 12 dB of attenuation.
    LF EQ: Factory Default: 500Hz Shelf, +/- 2dB in _ dB increments.
    137 corner frequencies between 19.7 Hz and 1kHz accessible
    via LSR4300 Control Center Software
    HF EQ: Factory Default: 2kHz Shelf , +/- 2dB in _ dB increments 104
    corner frequencies between 1kHz and 20.2 kHz accessible via
    LSR4300 Control Center Software
    PRESET: 1-6 Factory/User plus NULL. Recall only.
    STORE possible using LSR4300 Control Center Software.
    INPUT Selection: Analog (XLR / 1/4")
    S/PDIF A, B
    AES/EBU A, B
    +/- Default: System Volume Control: 0 dB to -
    Secondary functions: Increment/decrement value of selected
    function
    Rear Panel Controls: Input sensitivity +4dBu/ -10dBV
    8 SPEAKER ID DIP switches: Left, Right, Center, Left
    Surround, Right Surround, Center Surround, Left Extra,
    Right Extra
    Additional Controls via LSR4300 DIM (-12dB at full volume), System MUTE, Preset STORE;
    Control Center Software: LOAD Configuration, SAVE Configuration; Level TRIM +3 dB to ” 10 db in 1/4dB increments
    Front Panel Display: 31 LED Segments for dBFS and indication of settings
    Front Panel Meter: -70 dBFS to 0 dBFS plus CLIP
    Rear Panel Indicators: 5 LEDs indicate active input & digital stream selection
    Physical Finish: Dark graphite
    Handles: 2, flush mounted on sides
    Mounting: 4 threaded mounting points conforming to industry standard
    square pattern, 107.9 mm x 50.8 mm (4 1/4" x 2" ) center to
    center
    M6 metric threads. Not for Suspension! Only placement
    on bracket
    Low Frequency Vent: Rear ported linear dynamics aperture
    Baffle Construction: Injection-molded structural ABS
    Enclosure Construction: 19mm (3?4") MDF
    Net Weight: 13 kg (28-1/2 lbs.)
    Dimensions: (9.3"W x 15.25H" x 10.3D")
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JBLLSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair
 
4.9

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Monitors

By Sergio Ramirez

from Austin, TX

Comments about JBL LSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair:

These are great monitors. I'm a hobbyist, not a pro engineer, working on recordings form church or practicing/recording bass or guitar, but I took the plunge to get these monitors that are a bit beyond entry level, and I'm very pleased. They are very clear across the frequency spectrum. I can A/B test them vs. JBL LSR 308's and MAudio 5Bx and they are clearly better, very clear on the mids. The Room Mode correction is very easy to use and fast. By comparison I've also done the room mode correction on JBL LSR 2328 with the MSC1, and that one much more difficult and long (I had to revive an old WinXP computer for the software to work). These 4328 were very easy to set up. The HiQNet works well, the controls on the front of the speaker are very handy, the availability of SPDIF and AES/EBU connection also give it a lot of flexibility. Overall I think it was a great purchase, and I'm glad I took the plunge after considering them for over 2 years. Unfortunately, the first set shipped had a problem in that control panel on the front of one of the speakers did not work -- the LED's would not light up and the power and +/- buttons wouldn't work, but GC was treat at exchanging them. As soon as I talked to them they sent another set, and arrived within a few days. Excellent service!

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5.0

Terrific monitors

By Charles Arnoldi

from Hawthorne NJ

Comments about JBL LSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair:

Best Monitors for the money! I too had that problem with the residue. Being a chemist but a part time musician as well I developed a green non toxic liquid to remove the plasticized film and make it look brand new again. It also conditions the rubberised acrylic coating so it will not return. I should have a video posted on You Tube in a day or so. It takes about 5 minutes per monitor to clean. I haven't determined the platicizer yet but if it is pthylate based it is a plus to get it off as it is a known health hazard. You can reach me at comprchem@aol.com if anyone has questions. I guarantee you will be impressed with the results and how new they will look. No effect on the sound whatsoever.

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

These Monitors are the Bomb, but...

By Michael Vallejo

from Aliso Viejo

Comments about JBL LSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair:

I've had these monitors for about 3 years now and they rule. My mixes have never been better and I really love these monitors. The only problem, there is a residue on the monitor face that gets really tacky/sticky and seems to get worse over time. I can literally touch the monitor face now and it will leave an imprint of my finger. There is also a posting about the problem on another forum. I am actually sending them back to JBL this week for evaluation because they stickiness has gotten so bad that is also making the buttons on the front sticky. On the plus side their customer service is very responsive and very professional.

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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

JBL LSR 4328P Studio Moniors

By Humble Jim

from Kansas City, Mo.

Comments about JBL LSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair:

These speakers were purchased because of advise from a Guitar Center employee who owns a pair. Also, all the reviews of the speakers were favorable. I was impressed with the self-equalizing technology inherent in the LSR 4238 Monitors. A flat frequency response has always been the "Holy Grail" of audiophiles. Hopefully, the self correcting technology of these speakers is more accurate than my hearing. The speakers are used with my Yamaha Motif XS-8 Synthesizer, and rest upon the floor stands which Guitar Center sells. These devises, combined, have proven to be a powerful and satisfactory combination. They exceed my expectations while meeting all of my musical needs. I can recommend them without reservation.

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Speakers Ive heard

By Mike G

from Rancho Cucamonga CA

Comments about JBL LSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair:

When these speakers are at full volume, nothing distorts, and the sound is so clean, its hard to tell that the sound is coming from the speakers. The room is so full of music it actually feels like you are in the song. Its hard to explain but Ive had these for 4 months and am still amazed by the quality of sound. Setup was a breeze. Speakers can be connected via Ethernet so when you make a change to one, the other one is affected; Brilliant idea. The RMC is helpful but sounds better when its turned off. These are the last monitors i wil ever buy. Thank you JBL

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(10 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

EXTREMELY PLEASED

By Goldleaf Studio

from Claremore, OK

Comments about JBL LSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair:

These monitors are dead accurate, easy to use and probably one of the best investments I've made in my studio. Cheap monitors, in my experience, produce a cheap mix. These are the best I've ever had!

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(21 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Extreme Accuracy

By JPL Records

from Cary, IL

Comments about JBL LSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair:

I started my studio just as I am sure many others have, low budget. I have gradually gained more experience and a larger budget, so I am trying to invest into the best equipment I can. I was looking for an upgrade from my Behringer Truth studio monitors, and was trying to decide between the Mackie HR824s and the JBL LSR4328Ps. The only way to really tell if you like anything is to compare it side by side with a competitor. I did just that. The Mackies were nice, but the JBLs were amazing! As soon as I calibrated the JBLs to my studio?s control room, I knew these were the ones for me. The accuracy was just unbelievable. They translated so well to consumer stereo systems. They are in a sense like microscopes for my ears, I hear every detail. These are by far the best purchase I have made for the studio yet and do not regret spending the extra cash.

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(9 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Barnone!

By Buck Lovett

from Buda Tx

Comments about JBL LSR4328P Studio Monitor Pair:

My uncle the legendary Steel guitar player jimmy Day took me to get my first guitar and he told me if your gonna get something pertaining to music get something good cause you'll get discouraged if you get a cheap piece of junk, and I think that was probably some of the best advice I've ever had, I did'nt really have money for these but I got them and I own my own record label so pro quality is the only way to go. These are the best monitors I've ever heard and the ease of use is self explanitory, I couldn't be happier. The only way your gonna get better monitors is spending ten's of thousands on custom made Genelecs. But hey I'd still put em' up agaisnt those once I add the sub. You really can SEE the sound field with immaculate precision. DO NOT go and buy some 300$ pair of monitors you will only wish you had gotten these. Thank you JBL and Guitar center. Youv'e made me Rich. Buck Lovett Smokin' Buzzard Records

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