JBL LSR6332 Studio Monitor (Right)

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JBL LSR6332 Three-Way Passive Studio Monitor (Right)

JBL LSR6332 Three-Way Passive Studio Monitor (Right)

JBL LSR6332 Three-Way Passive Studio Monitor Details

The JBL LSR6332 Three-Way Passive Studio Monitor is your monitor of choice if you need a larger monitor with high SPL handling, for mid-field, soffit or behind the screen applications. This three-way non-powered system can handle 200 Watts continuous pink noise/800 Watts peak and will generate 112 dB SPL at 1 meter. The LSR6332 incorporates a 12" Neodymium Differential Drive® NDD dual coil woofer, 5" Kevlar midrange speaker and 1" titanium composite tweeter. The system is exceptionally flat, +1 dB/ ""1.5 dB from 60 Hz to 22 kHz with LF extension to 35 Hz. User features include a ""1 dB HF level setting, and dual 5-way binding posts for bi-wire capability. The LSR6332 is approved for use in the most demanding production applications and environments thanks to it's THX pm3 Approval.

The design of the LSR6300 systems lend themselves to a wide variety of placement options. Listening Distance: The common listening position at mixing postions is generally 1 to 1.5 meters (3 to 5 feet) for near field applications. For mid-field applications, 2 to 3 meters is more likely. The stereo listening angle is largely a matter of personal preference, and the suggested angle of the loudspeakers should be between 35 and 50 degrees.

JBL Transducer Technologies included in the LSR6332 are as follows:

  • Differential Drive - New voice coils and motor assemblies have two separate drive coils with twice the thermal surface area of traditional speakers. This enables LSR6300 systems to provide higher peak output with less power compression, greater heat dissipation and a flatter impedance curve at higher frequencies. By reducing the thermal related effects, the LSR6300 Studio Monitors sound the same at low, medium or high levels.
  • Linear Dynamics Aperture - Contoured ports virtually eliminate high-end turbulence found in traditional port designs. This provides more accurate low frequency performance at higher output levels.
  • Dynamic Braking - All LSR6300 low frequency transducers are equipped with an electromagnetic braking voice coil to reduce the effects of extreme excursion with high transient program materials.
  • Titanium Composite High-Frequency Device - Using patented technology, the high frequency device incorporates titanium and composite materials to improve transient response and reduce distortion. By reducing distortion in the lower operating range, where the ear is most sensitive, ear fatigue is radically reduced.
  • Elliptical Oblate Spheroidal (EOS) Waveguide - Designed for a targeted listening window of ±30º horizontally and ±15º vertically, the EOS waveguide provides a frequency response through the entire window of 1.5 dB from on-axis response. This allows listeners at a distance from the speakers and even far off-axis to hear an accurate representation of the on-axis response.
  • Neodymium Midrange with Kevlar Cone - A 2" neodymium motor structure is used in the LSR6332 for high excursion capability with an intentionally low crossover point of 250
  • Hz. This improves the spatial response of the system, which is crucial for accurate reproduction.

JBL LSR6332 Three-Way Passive Studio Monitor Features

  • Advanced Linear Spatial Reference design ensures flatter response at the mix position.
  • Differential Drive technology with dynamic braking for extended low frequency response and low
  • power compression.
  • Neodymium midrange with 2" voice coil and Kevlar cone material for extended frequency response
  • and low distortion.
  • Titanium composite high frequency transducer with elliptical oblate spheroidal waveguide and damped polepiece.
  • High-Density baffle for low enclosure resonance and stable inertial ground
  • Linear Dynamics Aperture port design eliminates port turbulence and reduces port compression.
  • Magnetically shielded for use near video monitors.
  • Reinforced enclosure and convenient mounting points allow mounted installation.
  • Midrange/high frequency sub-baffle may be rotated by user for horizontal or vertical orientation.
  • Available as mirror image left and right models.

JBL LSR6332 Three-Way Passive Studio Monitor Specifications

  • Input Impedance: 4 ohm (Nominal)
  • Anechoic Sensitivity: 93 dB/2.83 V/1 m (90 dB/ 1 W/ 1 m)
  • Frequency Response: +1. -1.5 dB (60 Hz "" 22 kHz)
  • Low Frequency Extension:
    • -3 dB: 54 Hz
    • -10 dB: 35 Hz
  • Enclosure Resonance Frequency: 33 Hz
  • Long Term Maximum Power (IEC265-5): 200 W continuous average; 800 W peak
  • Recommended Amplifier Power: 50 W - 1000 W (rating into 4-ohm load)
  • High Frequency Control: 0 dB, -1 dB (2.5 to 20 kHz)
  • Distortion, 96 dB SPL, 1 m:
    • 2nd Harmonic (below 120 Hz): <1.5%
    • 3rd Harmonic (below 120 Hz): <1%
    • 2nd Harmonic (120 Hz to 20 kHz): <0.5%
    • 3rd Harmonic (120 Hz to 20 kHz): <0.4%
  • Distortion, 102 dB SPL, 1 m:
    • 2nd Harmonic (below 120 Hz): <1.5%
    • 3rd Harmonic (below 120 Hz): <1%
    • 2nd Harmonic (80 Hz to 20kHz): <1%
    • 3rd Harmonic (80 Hz to 20kHz): <1%
    • (<0.4%, 250 Hz - 20 kHz)
  • Power Nonlinearity:
    • 30 W (20 Hz to 20 kHz): <0.4 dB
    • 100 W (20 Hz to 20 kHz): <1.0 dB
  • Low-Mid Frequency Crossover: 4th Order Acoustic Linkwitz-Riley: 250 Hz
  • Mid-High Frequency Crossover: 4th Order Acoustic Linkwitz-Riley: 2.2 kHz

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