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Old 07-10-2014, 06:03 AM - Thread Starter
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Difference btw some jbl pro cinema speakers

Looking to eventually get into the jbl game i currently have chase sho10s but i need more they never satisfied me. So i been looking and i see they have some new models. can someone tell me the main differences btw these..
N = ?

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N=crossover network. Example:
3722 requires 2 amps to work, 1 for the HF element, 1 for the LF element. An active crossover component (which can be incorporated inside an amp) is required.
3722N requires 1 amp to work. The passive crossover network is included in the speaker. Easier setup.
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The JBL pro speakers will have a much bigger sound stage, more midbass, and more dynamics. They are much more in cost as well and much much bigger.
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