03.29.2007 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
JBL to unveil LSR4300 5.1 surround studio monitor system

At NAB2007, JBL Professional will unveil its LSR4300 Series studio monitors for broadcast applications with two new 5.1 surround-sound systems featuring networking functionality and Room Mode Correction (RMC) technology.

The JBL LSR4328P studio monitor comes with a calibration microphone and wireless remote control.

The LSR4300 Series overcomes a room's acoustic problems with a built-in analyzer that measures and automatically compensates for low-frequency problems. Connecting a supplied calibration microphone to the speaker and pressing a button calibrates the system. The RMC system can be calibrated and settings can be viewed on the computer desktop using LSR4300 Control Center Software.

The Harman HiQnet network, along with LSR4300 Control Center Software, simplifies setup and control of large surround systems with up to eight LSR4326P or LSR4328P monitors with 6in and 8in woofers, respectively, and two LSR4312SP subwoofers in a single system.

The LSR4300 Series is available in two 5.1 packages. The LSR4328P/5.1 system includes five LSR4328P powered speakers and one LSR4312SP subwoofer. The LSR4326P/5.1 system includes five LSR4326P powered speakers and one LSR4312SP subwoofer.

See JBL Professional in NAB booth N7715 or visit www.jblpro.com.

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