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News From Musikmesse: JBL LSR2300 Series

April 2, 2009
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JBL Professional's LSR2300 Series studio monitor system includes the LSR2328P bi-amplified 203mm (8-inch) studio monitor with 165 watts of amplification; the LSR2325P bi-amplified 133mm (5-inch) studio monitor with 90W of amplification; and the LSR2310SP powered 254mm (10-inch) studio subwoofer with an integrated 180W power amplifier.

The series includes JBL's Linear Spatial Reference criteria, which requires 70 measurements, yielding more than 1,200 times more data. The data enables JBL to engineer a system that produces greater accuracy at the mix position. A trademark of LSR2300 design is the large waveguide and the elliptical tweeter aperture that work with a 1-inch, silk-substrate, high-frequency transducer.

JBL engineered new long-excursion, low-frequency transducers with high-flux motors and a custom-tuned port that work in concert to produce deep, accurate low-frequency response. The LSR2328P 8-inch model provides LF extension to 37 Hz; the LSR2325P 5-inch model to 43 Hz and the LSR2310SP subwoofer provides LF performance below 28 Hz.

All models include balanced and unbalanced inputs that allow connection to a wide range of playback sources, including computer audio workstations, professional mixing consoles and consumer playback systems. The LSR2310SP subwoofer includes a 2-channel bass-management system with selectable crossover settings and balanced outputs for integration of the sub into any system. LSR2325P and LSR2328P enclosures include mounting points and are reinforced for safe wall-mounting. Transducers in all models are self-shielded to allow use in close proximity to magnetically sensitive equipment.

Find out more information about the LSR2300 Series. Find out about more new products from Musikmesse.

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