Las Vegas, NV (April 25, 2005)–JBL Professional introduced an addition to the LSR6300 Studio Monitor line, the LSR6325P, at NAB2005. The new compact model incorporates features to minimize the detrimental effect on response caused by the acoustic properties of the room.
The bi-amplified LSR6325P is based on a 5.25-in. high-excursion low frequency transducer powered by a 100 watt RMS amplifier and a 1-in. damped titanium-composite high frequency transducer powered by a 50 Watt RMS amplifier. Housed in a cast aluminum enclosure with the dark graphite finish of the LSR6300 line, the LSR6325P produces very flat frequency response (+1.5 dB/-2 dB 20kHz – 70Hz with bass extension -10dB @ 48Hz and peak SPL of 109 dB at 1 meter).
The new LSR6325P includes innovative technologies to overcome problems in the room and optimize response at the mix position. Due to irregular off-axis response, a speaker that measures “flat” on-axis in an anechoic chamber may not produce flat response at the mix position. JBL’s Linear Spatial Reference technology ensures that the mid- and high-frequency content that reaches the mix position is also smooth and accurate. This is accomplished by engineering into the system a +/- 30 degrees horizontal, and +/- 15 degrees vertical, radiated response. Using LSR technology, the mid- and high-frequency response is flatter at the mix position, regardless of working distance.
JBL Professional director of recording and broadcast, Peter Chaikin said, “Our objective is to go beyond “accurate” and solve the problems in the mix environment. By incorporating Linear Spatial Reference technology, boundary compensation and our new features, the LSR6325P offers a new level of accuracy to the smaller production room.”
To meet the requirements of a broad range of recording and broadcast applications, the LSR6325P includes balanced +4 dBu XLR and unbalanced -10 dBV RCA inputs, user settings, and a convenient front panel volume control and power switch.