Jbl professional series lsr4326p studio monitors

November 14, in Hi-Fi Systems Reviews



I think that these are a wonderful addition to any studio set up. Whether you have a professional studio or a home studio that you just like to play around with, the JBL professional series lsr4326p studio monitors will work great. The sound is phenomenal and they are affordable too!

These are great studio monitors for any studio set up. They sound amazing and they will ensure you get just what you need.

In a word, the JBL professional series lsr4326p studio monitors are hot. They represent a huge leap in technology from traditional studio monitors, and are geared towards enthusiasts and professionals alike. Choosing a quality studio Monitor is the first step to producing great music- just ask any professional and they will tell you that a poor studio Monitor can completely ruin an otherwise great audio track.

The feature I admired most in the lsr4326p was its ability to auto calibrate in any setting. My studio is far from ideal, and has equal parts junk and good equipment making for a really tough sonic landscape.

Calibrating the lsr4326p could not have been simpler. All you have to do is plug in the supplied microphone and press a button on the speaker and the internal circuitry does the rest. I’m sure you all know how difficult calibrating a subwoofer can be in a 5.1 surround sound situation. With the JBL lsr4326p studio monitor it was a breeze. No pink noise generators here, all it needed was the included calibration microphone and a push of a button. The included wireless remote control, and control Center software (available both the PC and Mac) were each a nice bonus and added to the utility of the speakers.

After extolling the virtues of this speaker system’s feature set it would be disappointing to find out that the audio quality was subpar. Fortunately, this is not the case. The lsr4326p performed beyond admirably. In fact I really can’t think of a negative thing to say. Between the ease of setup, the rich feature set, and the impressive sound the JBL professional series lsr4326p studio monitors are a bargain at their attractive price point. The only thing I would have liked to have seen, and this has absolutely nothing to do with the quality or performance of the speakers, is the option to choose between a few different finishes. They are affordable too!

Technical Info:

Frequency Response: +/-1.5 dB: 55 Hz — 20 kHz, -3 dB: 47 Hz — 22 kHz, -10 dB: 39 Hz — 32 kHz

SPL / 1m (Continuous/Peak): 106 dB / 112 dB

Transducers: 6.25 in. 436H / 1 in. 431 G; Self- Shielded, Neodymium Motor Structures

Sensitivity +4 dBu, -10 dBV: 94 dB / 1m

Amplification: 150 w/ 70 w

Digital Processing: 24 Bit, 96 kHz

Analog Inputs: XLR, 1/4 in. Balanced, +4 dBu, -10 dBV

Digital Inputs: AES/EBU XLR, S/PDIF RCA

Data Connections: Harman HiQnet Network, USB, RMC Mic

Weight: 12.7 kg (28 lb)

Dimensions (H x W x D): 387 mm x 236 mm x 262 mm; 15.25 in. x 9.3 in. x 10.3 in.

MSRP: $1199

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