LSR4328P 8" 2-way Studio Monitors feature RMC™ Room Mode Correction, JBL's exclusive technology that automatically analyzes and corrects the response of each speaker in the room for absolute accuracy at the mix position. The first studio monitors with powerful network intelligence built into each speaker specifically designed to deliver an accurate mix in any room, the LSR4300's are the ultimate monitor for modern production studios. The LSR4328P features stunning JBL sound, provides accurate mixes in any workspace, and is priced well within the reach of any project studio. The first self aware monitoring system, the LSR4300 Series is the only choice for music, post, broadcast, Surround 5.1, and beyond.
Specifications: • Frequency response: +/-1.5 dB: 50 Hz - 20 kHz, -3 dB: 43 Hz - 22 kHz, -10 dB: 35 Hz - 32 kHz • Transducers: 8" 438H and 1" 431 G; with self-shielded, neodymium motor structures • Sensitivity: +4 dBu, -10 dBV: 96 dB / 1m • Output: 106 dB/112 dB SPL @ 1m (Continuous/Peak) • Amplification: 150 watts/70 watts lo/hi • Digital processing: 24 Bit, 96 kHz • Analog inputs: XLR, 1/4" Balanced, +4 dBu, -10 dBV • Digital inputs: AES/EBU XLR, S/PDIF RCA • Data connections: Harman HiQnet™ Network, USB, RMC Mic • Weight: 29 lb. • Dimensions (H x W x D): 17.25" x 10.5" x 10.6".
The LSR4300 enhances computer-based production by incorporating system-wide volume control, input source selection, individual speaker solo and user EQ. Harman HiQnet™ Network protocol enables centralized system-wide control from any speaker, wireless remote control and computer using LSR4300 Control Center Software.
LSR4300 Series Studio Monitors are designed for critical stereo and multi-channel audio production applications that require exceptional spectral accuracy and high SPL capability. Acknowledging that much of today's production is carried out in acoustically untreated rooms, the LSR4300 Series combines JBL's Linear Spatial Reference technology and automated RMC™ Room Mode Correction, an onboard system that automatically compensates for low frequency anomalies measured at the mix position.