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    Jbl 4367

    http://www.residentialsystems.com/au...the-home/87619

    I was at CEDIA last weekend where this new speaker was announced. Unfortunately, I didn't actually see this speaker. It sounds like JBL is offering the 4367 as a "consumer" version of the JBL M2. That is, it's a passive version of the M2. From the photos I can find, it looks like the waveguide is a little different from the m2. I don't see that star shaped center to the waveguide. My understanding is that star shaped center of the waveguide improves nulls at HF.

    Anyone else know anything about this new "consumer" JBL speaker?

    I also wonder whether the newer Harman technology (waveguide) in this JBL speaker makes it a better performer over Harman's $22,000 Revel Salon Ultima 2 speakers.

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    There is a bit on their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/JBLsynthesis

    $15/pair.

    On waveguide, it does not have to look like M2. The design software spits outs all kind of shapes depending on what directivity it is told to produce it. The 4367 uses that software for its design of waveguide just the same as M2.

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    The dimensions look a little different as well. It looks wider and shorter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amirm View Post

    $15/pair
    Heck, I'd give 'em a $20 bill and tell 'em to keep the change!

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    So, the analog crossover can be bypassed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Purite Audio View Post
    This afternoon spoke to JBL Uk's PRO audio distributor, he sells the M2 at 8k ish per pair, and the Crown amps at around the same price per pair.
    He confirmed that you don't need the crown amps, and you can use for example my Illusonic to generate the dSP crossovers, and you can use any amps you choose.
    What is in the JBL d spec box?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Purite Audio View Post
    I was told that there is no 'analogue' crossover, the Crown amps have the facility to implement DSP crossovers.
    Is that correct?
    Traditional analogue crossovers in the 4367 though.

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    I think I misunderstood you. The 4367 is a fully passive speaker. The M2 requires digital crossovers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinkwann View Post
    Heck, I'd give 'em a $20 bill and tell 'em to keep the change!

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    The JBL Interface, if using the SDEC as the active crossover it includes the DSP, Parametric and ARCOS Eq. I believe if using the crown amps, it includes the active crossover, dsp and can utilize a Parametric EQ.

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    I'd love to hear the JBL 4367's. I don't have a dealer to set up M2's and these could be a lot of fun.
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    The 4367 seem much easier to integrate into an existing system. These speakers might make more sense for me than trying to incorporate an SDEC into my system. The SDEC can do everything. However, it requires specialized setup to do the more advanced functions.

    The 4367 look a little short. I bet they need a little stand.
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