JBL 705i/708i (7 Series Master Reference Monitors): Jan 2015
http://www.audioprointernational.co...ases-7-series-master-reference-monitors/07573Adam Savage said:For the eight-inch two-way 708i and five-inch two-way 705i installed monitors, JBL developed a new miniature high-frequency transducer, the 2409H, featuring the manufacturer’s low-mass, annular diaphragm design, which was built to allow very high output with low distortion and high frequency response to 35kHz. JBL also engineered two new high-excursion five-inch and eight-inch woofers, the 725G and 728G, enabling the speakers to deliver robust low-frequency output into the 30Hz range...
To reduce enclosure size and installation cost, the speakers are centrally powered by Crown DCi 8|300N eight- and four-channel power amplifiers. The 705i and 708i can be driven by a single amp channel or bi-amplified. For greater accuracy and room-to-room consistency, BSS Soundweb London's signal processor provides speaker tuning, room EQ, and bass management. The processor accepts 16 or more analogue and AES/EBU inputs, and networks with the power amps via CAT5. The entire system can be externally controlled with HiQnet Audio Architect software, a hardware controller, or wireless tablet.
http://www.jblpro.com/www/products/recording-broadcast/7-series/lsr705i#SpecsFrequency Response -1.5 dB @ 48 – 23kHz
Frequency Range 39Hz – 36 kHz
Max SPL (80 Hz - 20 kHz) >101 dB SPL / 1m
Maximum Peak SPL (80 Hz - 20 kHz) >107 dB SPL / 1m
Frequency Response -1.5 dB @ 45 – 23kHz
Frequency Range 35Hz – 36 kHz
Max SPL (80 Hz - 20 kHz) >108 dB SPL / 1m
Maximum Peak SPL (80 Hz - 20 kHz) >114 dB SPL / 1m