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post #61 of 64 Old 07-27-2014, 03:48 PM
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I have begun a thread here Pro Cinema Speakers, the X-Curve, and other Target Curves at Home that refers to this thread and the discussion. You are welcomed to jump over and participate.
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The JBL synthesis demo at CEDIA was head and shoulders above the rest, including all the big name speaker makers.

There is a very serious reality to the JBL professional level parts in terms of quality and output. Big high quality woofers and large compression drives and large wave guides with low crossover points is a proven winner time and time again in the DIY world as well. The dynamics are beyond anything consumer level gear can do.
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The JBL synthesis demo at CEDIA was head and shoulders above the rest, including all the big name speaker makers.

There is a very serious reality to the JBL professional level parts in terms of quality and output. Big high quality woofers and large compression drives and large wave guides with low crossover points is a proven winner time and time again in the DIY world as well. The dynamics are beyond anything consumer level gear can do.

Agree....Im loving my 3722's

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Glad you brought up this point. Both in our showroom, where we DO try to listen at close to reference levels, we've encountered an enormous amount of bad drivers. Midranges, woofers and tweeters (but mostly midranges), going bad from every consumer brand we carry and have carried (PSB, Totem, Paradigm, Yamaha, Atlantic). We are very curious how these JBL's handle long-term reference level listening.


His drivers were good, he just kept blowing them up because he was told by his dealer his digms could crank, and crank he did! Every speaker has limits and he found the limits of his digms all the time. I swapped out some JTRs with only 250 watts available and told him to go ahead and crank on them. Well, he threw in some Tom Petty and cranked it and as soon as the first guitar riff happened he jumped back and said holy crap! He immediately turned them down, he found the limits of his ears, not the speakers!
Welcome to the world of efficient high sensitivity speakers !
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