HARMAN’s JBL Professional announces the release of LSR4300 Control Center Software for the Apple Macintosh OS X Lion platform. JBL’s LSR4300 Series studio monitors offer groundbreaking features for computer-based project studios, post-production and broadcast facilities.
JBL LSR4300 Control Center Software
Using LSR4300 Control Center Software, LSR4300 system functions can be controlled from computer-based digital audio workstations, allowing a high level of functionality at the mix position. With networked features for computer users, digital connectivity, and an automated version of JBL Professional’s RMC Room Mode Correction system, the LSR4300 Series is designed to integrate seamlessly with computer production systems while providing greater monitoring accuracy, including in production environments with less-than-ideal acoustics.
The JBL Professional LSR4326P (powered 6-inch 2-way system) and the LSR4328P (powered 8-inch 2-way system) include HARMAN HiQnet network protocol, which enables system-wide intelligence and allows speaker features to be centrally controlled from the mix position by computer or supplied wireless remote control. Control Center software provides control of volume, analog or digital input source selection, solo, mute, and EQ, for all networked speakers, removing the need to purchase an outboard speaker controller. Additionally, the software allows the user to create custom EQ presets, store and recall system configurations, and view settings of the RMC system.
JBL LSR4328P and LSR4326P Series Studio Monitors are available in pair packs that include an accessory kit containing LSR4300 Control Center Software, a calibration microphone, remote control, USB and network cables.
Current LSR4300 owners can download Macintosh OSX Lion software free of charge from www.jblpro.com/LSR.