JBL Introduces New Studio Monitors

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JBL Professional introduced the LSR2300, a new line of studio monitors designed for computer-based music production systems.

The LSR2300 Series includes three models: the Bi-Amplified 8-inch Studio Monitor with 160 Watts of amplification; the LSR2325P Bi-Amplified 5-inch Studio Monitor with 85 Watts of amplification; and the LSR2310SP Powered 10-inch Studio Subwoofer with an integrated 180 Watt power amplifier.

Even though the LSR2300 is on the low-end of the company's monitoring systems, JBL says they applied the same high criteria when building the monitors. For example, JBL says that most manufacturers take a single on-axis measurement of the speaker's performance, while they take 70 measurements.

Each model features balanced XLR, 1/4-inch, and unbalanced RCA inputs that allows connection to a wide range of playback sources including computer audio workstations, professional mixing consoles, as well as consumer playback systems.

The monitors will be available in March. Pricing was not announced.

This story, "JBL Introduces New Studio Monitors" was originally published by Macworld.

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