JBL Shows LSR6300 Series Studio MonitorsJBL unveiled its flagship LSR6300 Series line of studio monitors, which incorporates patented transducer technologies and features to minimize 12/18/2003 7:00 AM Eastern
JBL unveiled its flagship LSR6300 Series line of studio monitors,which incorporates patented transducer technologies and features tominimize detrimental effect on response caused by the acousticproperties of the room. The result is more accurate performance at themix position in any size control room.
The LSR6300 Series includes three new models: the LSR6328Pbi-amplified reference monitor with 8-inch woofer and 1-inch tweeter;the LSR6332 reference monitor with 12-inch woofer, 5-inch midrange and1-inch tweeter; and the LSR6312SP subwoofer.
The LSR6312SP includes bass-management circuitry and a full featureset for multichannel audio production. The current LSR25P compactbi-amplified reference monitor with 5.25-inch woofer and 1-inch tweetercan be used in systems with any of the new models. All four modelsinclude mounting points for use with readily available mountinghardware, magnetic shielding for use near video monitors and areTHX-approved. The LSR6328P includes handles for ease of transportationand positioning in the room.
Low-frequency standing waves, caused by the room’s geometry,can cause “boominess” at the mix position and contribute toan inaccurate representation of low-frequency content. The LSR6328P andthe LSR6312SP subwoofer incorporate a new JBL RMC™ Room ModeCorrection circuit, which eliminates the effect of low-frequency roommodes, allowing accurate bass response at the mix position. The RMCCalibration Kit, included with the LSR6312SP Subwoofer and available asan accessory for use with the LSR6328P, provides tools to measure theroom response, identify the dominant room mode and calibrate theresponse of the system.
Boundary-compensation circuitry is included in the LSR6328P and theLSR25P to correct frequency response and overcome spectral shift whenthe system is mounted on a wall, in a corner or on a workstationsurface.