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All of the big 4-ways sound very good. Mainly because the mid-bass driver is taking a lot of load off the midrange. They produce a smoother response curve, and often the tweeter crossover is adjusted up. As I recall, the tweeters used in that series have a low end roll-off at right around the crossover point, which is not ideal. The 412 may have been better in that regard. They are still very popular, but if you're out looking for a used big speaker, there are better values like the L7.

Thanks alot there's a guy over here in atlanta selling his L7's for $650 on craigslist. i wish i could afford them so i could hear them and even do a direct compairison to the S412PII's. I'm sure the L7's are better do to reasons you already mentioned but i still think i'd be fun to hear them side by side. The only other differences i can think of is that the S412PII's have a LFE input and the L7's do not
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Thanks alot there's a guy over here in atlanta selling his L7's for $650 on craigslist. i wish i could afford them so i could hear them and even do a direct compairison to the S412PII's. I'm sure the L7's are better do to reasons you already mentioned but i still think i'd be fun to hear them side by side. The only other differences i can think of is that the S412PII's have a LFE input and the L7's do not

I've seen L7s going for less than that, a lot less. Bottom line is that in the L7 you have drivers that date back to the 80's lines and are revered for quality and durability and sound, a better crossover plus a time-aligned baffle, and can be bi-amped.
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I've seen L7s going for less than that, a lot less. Bottom line is that in the L7 you have drivers that date back to the 80's lines and are revered for quality and durability and sound, a better crossover plus a time-aligned baffle, and can be bi-amped.

Oh yeah i forgot about the bi-amping. thanks alot for the information regarding the S412PII's and especially the L7! i guess i've got to keep my eyes open for a good deal on those bad boys
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Mmmmm S412PIIs. Scored mine from Harman's Ebay store years ago when they sold speakers as a pair. Had to be shipped by freight. Best deal I ever received from them. Connected to an HK 3485 they are used only for music. Each has an L830 on top as part of the L830/LC1/L810 movie rig.
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Hey guys, I just picked up a lightly used pair of N38IIs to replace the crappy HTiB speakers I've been using for my fronts. Now I need to upgrade my center. Just from looking at the JBL website, I assume the best match will be an N-Center II. I don't see a lot of them online, so what other centers would be a good match for the N38IIs?

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Hey guys, I just picked up a lightly used pair of N38IIs to replace the crappy HTiB speakers I've been using for my fronts. Now I need to upgrade my center. Just from looking at the JBL website, I assume the best match will be an N-Center II. I don't see a lot of them online, so what other centers would be a good match for the N38IIs?

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The S-CenterII is a better speaker. Either will be a decent match.
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Plus an S-center or S-center-II will be a much better performing speaker than the N-center.

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Mmmmm S412PIIs. Scored mine from Harman's Ebay store years ago when they sold speakers as a pair. Had to be shipped by freight. Best deal I ever received from them. Connected to an HK 3485 they are used only for music. Each has an L830 on top as part of the L830/LC1/L810 movie rig.

Nice What do you like about them?
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Hey guys, I just picked up a lightly used pair of N38IIs to replace the crappy HTiB speakers I've been using for my fronts. Now I need to upgrade my center. Just from looking at the JBL website, I assume the best match will be an N-Center II. I don't see a lot of them online, so what other centers would be a good match for the N38IIs?

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I would say as far as timber matching goes the Northridge ec25/ec35 or even the new ESC25. but if you don't have the cash the Voice center is a definite improvement over the N-center or th N-center II
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I would say as far as timber matching goes the Northridge ec25/ec35 or even the new ESC25. but if you don't have the cash the Voice center is a definite improvement over the N-center or th N-center II

I did some quick searches for the S-Centers and the EC centers and they don't seem to be any more available than the N-Centers. I did read in this forum, http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=817629, where some people think the Balboa center is just a renamed EC25. Those are readily available, so what are your thoughts on it matching my N38IIs?
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I did some quick searches for the S-Centers and the EC centers and they don't seem to be any more available than the N-Centers. I did read in this forum, http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=817629, where some people think the Balboa center is just a renamed EC25. Those are readily available, so what are your thoughts on it matching my N38IIs?

I'm not too sure about that the Balboa center is the bottom end in JBL's home speakers. Ebay is the place to go. All of the above centers appear there on a regular basis i just saw a S-center and a Voice center on there tonight ether one is much better than a Balboa center. But if those don't seem to do it for you just wait a little bit and i'm positive you'll find what your looking for on Ebay soon enough
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No Balboa, no N-center, no ec-25.

Go for...
S-center
S-center II
EC35
LC1
LC2

Your ears will love you more for picking something in the second catagory. If you can't find something today, you may find it tomorrow. Patience is a virtue.

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Some good old JBL's

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Some good old JBL's

Much of that hardware is still in use today.
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You can get an updated MC2300 (the MC2301) new. JBL and Mac make a good combo.

I currently use HT's for a front stage, and will be upgrading to either three of these for L/C/R...

http://www.jblpro.com/catalog/Genera...x?PId=84&MId=1

... or one of the above for C and these two-ways for L/R (I like the horns)...

http://www.jblpro.com/catalog/Genera...x?PId=77&MId=1

... the 4722's are quite new and the N version is for Networking.

Still deciding between a couple Crown DSi amps or a Mac for the extra watts I'll need (600 per speaker). My heart is set on Mac, but my wallet prefers the Crowns. Plus Crown has HiQNet and presets for JBL's cinema line of speakers.

Decisions. Decisions.

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Hey guys,

I have been following the thread for a bit. I have always been a JBL fan, just haven't owned them for awhile.

I just recently added a Yamaha RVX-663 to my Panasonic BD and JVC 62" RPTV. The sounds are incredible, but the speakers are tired, so time to upgrade. Currently running Infinity Sterlings circa ~1996.(SS2002, 2001 and sub).

We mostly use the system for movies 70% (5.1) and music 30% (2 ch.). But, that might change with better speakers. My rooms viewing area is about 13' x 13' and the total room size is 15'x20'.

I have an LC2 coming that I just got off Harmans Ebay site to check it out. I was also looking at putting a pair of L820's for the rears.

Here is where I need help. I listened to the ES90's at Fry's but no center channels (there rack was broke). They sounded really good and I found myself going back and forth between them and the Polk Rti-A7's. The A7's sounded great, just a little less bass. The ES90's sounded great, but the bass seemed a little overwhelming. Initially after this, I thought I would go with the Polks, but I cannot ignore the deals on the JBL's.

So, what would you guys recommend?

3 LC2's across the front on stands or
2 880's or 2 890's and the LC2.

Also, in regards to the 890's do you think they are going to better sounding bass wise vs the ES90?

My sub still sounds pretty good so I won't be replacing it right away.
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If you plan on listening to 2-ch music, I'd go for the 890's. A set of LC2's would be better in Surround mode.
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Does anyone know where I can pick up a set of black S36II's? I'm currently running four S38II's and an S-CenterII with an SVS Sub in my good ol' 5.1 system. I want to remove the huge S38's from the rear walls(will use them for a 7.1 system eventually) and replace them with the smaller S36's. My living area looks funny with the huge S38's hanging from my rear wall. Any help is appreciated!

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Does anyone know where I can pick up a set of black S36II's? I'm currently running four S38II's and an S-CenterII with an SVS Sub in my good ol' 5.1 system. I want to remove the huge S38's from the rear walls(will use them for a 7.1 system eventually) and replace them with the smaller S36's. My living area looks funny with the huge S38's hanging from my rear wall. Any help is appreciated!

That's a step backwards in audio quality, but the S26II can be found frequently on eBay.
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Does anyone know where I can pick up a set of black S36II's? I'm currently running four S38II's and an S-CenterII with an SVS Sub in my good ol' 5.1 system. I want to remove the huge S38's from the rear walls(will use them for a 7.1 system eventually) and replace them with the smaller S36's. My living area looks funny with the huge S38's hanging from my rear wall. Any help is appreciated!


I agree with RD...dont get the s36IIs go with the S26II's. if you dont like the S38II's for surrounds becuase of size...sell them and get 4 s26II's when you run 7.1, the S26II's are pretty incredible for their size. Ive got two s26II's myself but i love the S38II's, id be willling to trade you!

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I agree with RD...dont get the s36IIs go with the S26II's. if you dont like the S38II's for surrounds becuase of size...sell them and get 4 s26II's when you run 7.1, the S26II's are pretty incredible for their size. Ive got two s26II's myself but i love the S38II's, id be willling to trade you!

Well, I guess you guys have twisted my arm enough to keep using the S38's in the rear . Does anyone know of a good ceiling mount that will handle these 30lb mammoths? I think the speakers would look a helluva lot better to me if they were hanging horizontally from my ceiling.

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Well, I guess you guys have twisted my arm enough to keep using the S38's in the rear . Does anyone know of a good ceiling mount that will handle these 30lb mammoths? I think the speakers would look a helluva lot better to me if they were hanging horizontally from my ceiling.

You can look on Amazon, but imo, mounting speakers near the ceiling will degrade the sound. I find its much better to have the surrounds so the tops are below 6ft above the floor.

I went into a new movie theater that opened two years ago, which had stadium seating and so the walls were about 16' tall. The JBL surrounds were mounted about 2/3 up the walls. I consider that to be a good % for mounting surrounds in a HT, which works out to be between 5~6ft for 8ft walls.
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You can look on Amazon, but imo, mounting speakers near the ceiling will degrade the sound. I find its much better to have the surrounds so the tops are below 6ft above the floor.

I went into a new movie theater that opened two years ago, which had stadium seating and so the walls were about 16' tall. The JBL surrounds were mounted about 2/3 up the walls. I consider that to be a good % for mounting surrounds in a HT, which works out to be between 5~6ft for 8ft walls.

That's about where I have them mounted now on the rear walls. They are so huge they look kinda out of place.

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4D,

What amp(s) do you use with your JBL's? I am considering the Crown DSi as they seem to be matched to the cinema line of speakers. But, I've also read a few critiques on Crown not being very musical. I know that many theaters use QSC amps.

TIA for any insights.
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That's about where I have them mounted now on the rear walls. They are so huge they look kinda out of place.

The S38 baffle area of 11-1/2" x 17-1/2" is quite a bit smaller than the PT800 and L212, as they're both 24" tall and 13.5 & 16" wide, respectively.
But the reason the PT800 and L212 end up looking better wall mounted is they're only 6" deep.
Here is how they look wall mounted.
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What amp(s) do you use with your JBL's? I am considering the Crown DSi as they seem to be matched to the cinema line of speakers. But, I've also read a few critiques on Crown not being very musical. I know that many theaters use QSC amps.

TIA for any insights.

For the HT I use a Parasound 220wpc MC amp. For the stereo setup, in the same room, HK Citation pre-amp/power amp combo.

In this room I'm powering a pair of PT800 with an old Marantz AVR.

For a few years I used a Crown K2 amp (800w) to drive a pair of 15" subs, but changed to a couple of BASH plate amps (540w), as I needed to be able to have a crossover in the subs for the TT system. Plus the BASH amps allow me to get the LFE channel I couldn't get using the K2.
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What amp(s) do you use with your JBL's? I am considering the Crown DSi as they seem to be matched to the cinema line of speakers. But, I've also read a few critiques on Crown not being very musical. I know that many theaters use QSC amps.

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For the HT I use a Parasound 220wpc MC amp. For the stereo setup, in the same room, HK Citation pre-amp/power amp combo.

In this room I'm powering a pair of PT800 with an old Marantz AVR.

For a few years I used a Crown K2 amp (800w) to drive a pair of 15" subs, but changed to a couple of BASH plate amps (540w), as I needed to be able to have a crossover in the subs for the TT system. Plus the BASH amps allow me to get the LFE channel I couldn't get using the K2.

My SVS sub has a BASH 650W so I'm good with the low end. I'd like a Mac for the front stage, but its $10K for 3 channels (MC303), and less than half the watts as the Crowns would give me. Three of these with the 8M will run me about $5K...

http://www.crownaudio.com/amp_htm/dsi.htm

.. they have downloadable crossovers for bi-amping the JBL's. Also, with HiQNet, they give me room to grow with new tech.

These replaced the 4622's and have a networking "N" model available, that can do live EQ with the Crowns...

http://www.jblpro.com/catalog/Genera...x?PId=84&MId=1

Those boutique owners don't know what they are missing.

BTw I'll be using an HK for a pre as well, and had a Marantz amp back in the stereo days.
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That's about where I have them mounted now on the rear walls. They are so huge they look kinda out of place.

Consider L820s or LC2s, which would be the closest replacements for the S38, and are wall mountable with very little depth.
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