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post #31 of 1086 Old 03-24-2014, 05:05 PM
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Thank you, I will try them out.

How do they compare to passive speakers in the $500 range?
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I have compared them to a lot of passive speakers as well. For $500 my favorite speakers were the Paradigm MilleniaOne. Excellent sounding speaker with great imaging and soundstage, for sound quality alone I would take them over these JBLs. However, the JBLs play louder, go lower and can be used without a subwoofer if needed. When you factor that they have amps built in them they are an absolute steal for the performance they give. There are other speakers I like better than the JBLs with similar output capabilities they are just not under $500.

Some others I tried in that price range were the Pioneers forget model # but about $100 pair. I tried various model Ascends, Polks, Boston Acoustics and others I am not thinking of off the top of my head and nothing at that price point comes close IMHO, YMMV.
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I have compared them to a lot of passive speakers as well. For $500 my favorite speakers were the Paradigm MilleniaOne. Excellent sounding speaker with great imaging and soundstage, for sound quality alone I would take them over these JBLs. However, the JBLs play louder, go lower and can be used without a subwoofer if needed. When you factor that they have amps built in them they are an absolute steal for the performance they give. There are other speakers I like better than the JBLs with similar output capabilities they are just not under $500.

Some others I tried in that price range were the Pioneers forget model # but about $100 pair. I tried various model Ascends, Polks, Boston Acoustics and others I am not thinking of off the top of my head and nothing at that price point comes close IMHO, YMMV.

Thank you for sharing your experience, I may end up stretching my budget to $1000-1500 but that has to include a subwoofer (leaning towards the SVS SB-1000). Any recommendations? biggrin.gif
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It would depend on what you are using the system for. There are a lot of good options and some of it is personal choice. So listening to the options you like is key. Here is what I did for our family room TV and would be near your price range. I have a 2.1 system that consist of Paradigm Shift A2 speakers and Paradigm Monitor subwoofer. I chose this for several reasons.

1. I like the powered system as I didn't need to add a receiver to the mix. I connect the speakers to the audio out of my TV and the TVs volume control works for everything. Although, I have a good universal remote and adding a receiver wouldn't be that hard. The speakers sense the signal and just come on automatically. It was just simpler and with less clutter than a receiver.

2. The Shift A2 speakers have DSP processing and adjust the sound based on volume, similar to a Dolby volume. I found it helps at lower volume levels which is the bulk of our listening. The JBLs will give these speakers a run for the money sound quality wise but no DSP. Both are very good speakers.

3. I had an SVS Ultra that just didn't compete. PBK helped me find the best location for my sub and equalized the sub. Plus the way you can set the crossover in PBK allowed for seamless integration. I wasn't looking for loud and the sound quality of this blew away the SVS. Now if you need loud SVS or other brand would be a better choice but you have to factor an EQ and measurement system to get the same level of integration.

4. Value - If I added a receiver my cost would have went up to get the same quality. If I was planning on upgrading to a 5.1 system in the future than a receiver would be a better choice and use passive speakers. This room would not be ideal for a surround set up so this wasn't a consideration for me.

I started off my search for a sound bar to get better sound for this room. I tried a lot of sound bars before coming to the conclusion NONE of them compete with a decent 2.1 system for sound quality. Then I tried a number of speakers and subs until I got this combo that fits my needs.

You might have different needs and preferences. You need to listen to some and find what will work best for you.
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Hi Guys,


I've just bought LSR305's and can't wait to connect them :). I also bought quiklok stands for them. At first I was thinking of just connecting them to my laptop with this cable: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005HGM1D6/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 but I'm willing to buy a DAC or external sound card(?) if it improves quality. Is it really worth it? If yes, what would you recommend?

Thx for help :).

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Sometimes laptop sound quality is not very good. So yes. A DAC can often help.

The HiFimeDIY Sabre USB DAC is a good budget choice. If you want something even better, the Schiit Modi.

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I use USB from my laptop to an Emotiva XDA-1 to my Mackie MR5 speakers via XLR cable.
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Seiyafan this thread started out about these great JBLs, especially for the price. But then you mentioned you might stretch your budget to $1500. As great as I think my JBLs are, they are not even on the same planet as the other speakers in my post above. That would be the GoldenEar Triton Sevens. And at $1400 a pair you don't even need a subwoofer except for the last octave. And that's something you could always buy later.

You only have to read the numerous reviews to sense how highly they are regarded. So while the JBLs are fantastic for the money, the GE Triton Sevens are even more fanatstic. With that said, you couldn't buy either from me for double their price. You should know that while the other Tritons are active speakers, the Sevens are passive.

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Originally Posted by shadyJ View PostReally nice measurements on those. I really liked the LSRs that these replaced, the 2328s, if these can surpass the performance of those, than the 30xs are real winners. They are based on the M2 monitor, which may well be one of the best performing commercial speakers on the planet, so maybe the 300s are an improvement over their predecessors from that trickle down technology. I'm a sick man, I look at those M2s the way other guys look at Maxim centerfolds and Ferraris.

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Originally Posted by Patrick Collins View PostSeiyafan this thread started out about these great JBLs, especially for the price. But then you mentioned you might stretch your budget to $1500. As great as I think my JBLs are, they are not even on the same planet as the other speakers in my post above. That would be the GoldenEar Triton Sevens. And at $1400 a pair you don't even need a subwoofer except for the last octave. And that's something you could always buy later.

You only have to read the numerous reviews to sense how highly they are regarded. So while the JBLs are fantastic for the money, the GE Triton Sevens are even more fanatstic. With that said, you couldn't buy either from me for double their price. You should know that while the other Tritons are active speakers, the Sevens are passive.

Ever seen GoldenEar Triton in recording studios, I think not!

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Ever seen GoldenEar Triton in recording studios, I think not!
Curious statement. I'm not sure they've been around long enough for that or that they were intended to be studio monitors. I have some JBL monitors and think they're great. But in total they don't compare to my Triton 7s. The 7s are more expensive but they fall in that price range mentioned above. And jumping up to that price range I thought the 7s should be considered.

Do you have a speaker in mind that you would favor in that price range? Maybe the OP and others would like to hear about. After all that's why we're here.

BTW, it's about you and shadyj. Not the centerfolds, the Ferraris. Rather than an F40 or whatever, I'd sooner have a Ford GT and Tesla Model S for that money. But then I'm showing my bias. I used to race Fords and Tesla almost hired me before I retired. Damn, I would have been a great fit there.

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Do you think that 11 of these speakers would work well in a 12 x 11 x 9 room :)

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my desk where the 305s will be placed is relatively small, does it still perform well under low-ish volumes?

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Do you think that 11 of these speakers would work well in a 12 x 11 x 9 room smile.gif

WSE, was this meant for me?

What speakers are you referring to?
Where did the #11 come from?
What do those room dimensions represent?

Sorry but I'm not following.

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Love the 308's. Fantastic imaging no matter where I put them. I have a second set of speakers closer to the middle of my listening area and sometimes I have to double check and make sure they aren't on. I get plenty enough bass too, probably could've gone smaller. I see them hovering @ $400 a pair and imo are well worth it.
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Sweetwater has run out of stock because of their current sale price. But one can get them pre-ordered for $240 for the pair. Not bad at all

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/LSR305

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Sweetwater has run out of stock because of their current sale price. But one can get them pre-ordered for $240 for the pair. Not bad at all

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/LSR305
For the LSR305s----if that were for the LSR308s a second pair would be on order right now. I'm listening to my 308s right now. Great!

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For the LSR305s----if that were for the LSR308s a second pair would be on order right now. I'm listening to my 308s right now. Great!
If that were the price for the LSR308s, I'd be ordering a pair, too

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Love the 308's. Fantastic imaging no matter where I put them. I have a second set of speakers closer to the middle of my listening area and sometimes I have to double check and make sure they aren't on. I get plenty enough bass too, probably could've gone smaller. I see them hovering @ $400 a pair and imo are well worth it.
Can you comment on any hiss mentioned in the review of the LSR308 on the JBL site?

I'm seriously considering buying three for my front stage as I don't have a power amp any more, but not if there's noticeable hiss when there's nothing playing. That would drive me crazy.
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Can you comment on any hiss mentioned in the review of the LSR308 on the JBL site?

I'm seriously considering buying three for my front stage as I don't have a power amp any more, but not if there's noticeable hiss when there's nothing playing. That would drive me crazy.
Then get an external DAC/preamp module like the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2. My understanding that the higher gain line level of using the balanced output helps with that, although I have no direct experience with it (verify that). There may also be cheaper units (not sure) than the Focusrite.

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I heard a pair of the 305's recently and was very impressed with the sound, especially for the price. When I clear the CC, I might just get a set for my office/workshop and run them straight from my PC.
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FYI on the hiss. I can't comment on the JBLs, but my Mackies hiss when I have them plugged in with unbalanced RCA. If I unplug the RCA and use a balanced XLR cable from my XDA-1, I get no hiss at all. I think it's the nature of running a long RCA cable.
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FYI on the hiss. I can't comment on the JBLs, but my Mackies hiss when I have them plugged in with unbalanced RCA. If I unplug the RCA and use a balanced XLR cable from my XDA-1, I get no hiss at all. I think it's the nature of running a long RCA cable.
Thanks for confirming that. I thought I had heard that using balanced connections would help with background hiss.

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If you're looking for a little love for our LSR 3 Series and haven't caught this AVS podcast by Scott W, you should give it a viewing.

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The main focus is on the M2 Master Reference Studio Monitor, but the LSR 3 Series gets some attention as well, later in the podcast. I wasn't aware that the horn enclosure was different based on the modeling for specific drivers. Now, that's precision! There's a wealth of info, so settle in. The hour goes by faster than most AVS podcasts.
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Would anyone recommend the 308's for mid fields?
Well actually as use as front L&R for music listening only?
They would be used with a sub.

I guess I'm wondering if they are powerful enough listening to them from 10-15' away.
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FYI to those interested in the LSR305/308, Sweetwater has them on sale and also buy one get second half off... looks like a pretty sweet deal
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Would anyone recommend the 308's for mid fields?
Well actually as use as front L&R for music listening only?
They would be used with a sub.

I guess I'm wondering if they are powerful enough listening to them from 10-15' away.
If I could do everything over again (run new wires, buy new equipment), I'd probably base my farfield multichannel setup around LSR 308s and spend the savings on some LMS5400s.

Not that I'm unhappy with my current setup, but I do have to admit I'm jealous of the value you LSR 3 series owners are getting.
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FYI to those interested in the LSR305/308, Sweetwater has them on sale and also buy one get second half off... looks like a pretty sweet deal
B&H Photo has them for $300 per pair for the 308 and $225 for the 305.
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Just stumbled across this thread and thought I would pose my question here. I am currently in the process of going all active for my media room and I am looking at the 308's and Behringer Truth B2031A or B3031A monitors for surrounds. The furthest point for rears from the MLP is around 7' so I think they should work fine but was curious on everyone's opinion for such a setup with these speakers. I will be running QSC K8's for the mains and I currently have a Seaton CAT 8 for the center. My goal is to eventually have CAT 8's across the fronts and then maybe move the K8's to the rear but I am trying to put it all together on a budget right now so the L/R CAT 8's will have to wait for now.
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