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JBL LSR4326P Bi-amplified Studio Monitors (Pair) Reviews
We have different small studio rooms, and we needed a good pair of reference monitors for one of them. So, a friend of mine had a JBL LSR4326P pair and I found them sounding very well. So, my choice was to buy this pair of speakers. Getting them out of the box, it gave a pleasant strong feel when installing them. I'm not a fan of high tech situations, and the RMC... I was not in the mood to install the software for calibrating the speakers, but , yeah , we did it and it really gave more energy to the mixes. In the software you can bypass it, or even you can make other EQ settings and save them. This pair is in my opinion perfect for small home studios. If you have more room, you better can buy the bigger brother JBL LSR4328 for handling the deeper EQ. But, we tried to set the volume as high as possible to hear how much this speakers can handle and it's really amazing how good they are. .
That's my opinion. We are working on surround mixes now for movies, and we are thinking to buy another set with subwoofer for combining .. who knows.
Good idea in principal, but anyone with any experience of mixing will know that 'correction' does not exist...
You are far better off paying £400 to treat your mixing rooms acoustics and £219 on monitors than buying the emperors new monitors.
These speakers are phenomenal. Getting them out the box, they were bigger than I initially thought they would be, but you soon realise with the size comes one hell of a punch…
Setting them up is child’s play and the infamous RMC facility is very easy to put into practise. Plug in the mic supplied, hold down the button and bingo, your speakers will EQ themselves based on the size, shape and contents of your room. Mind-boggling and best not to think about it for too long.
But it’s not the RMC that’s the main selling point for me, even though it is a big plus. It’s the easy of use. The fact that these monitors are linked via Hi-Q means no fiddly adjusting one or the other to get them sounding the same, adjust one, you are in turn, adjusting the other one. The clear, easy to use front interface means no leaning over the back, peering into the dark to change the EQ or volume. The USB connection to the computer means you don’t even have to touch the monitors to change the set-up. And if you want to get really far away, the remote control enables the old “standing in the middle of the room with your eyes closed” mixing which is a personal favourite of mine.
Sound wise, they blew me away. They made my ropey mixes sound bloody awful and my good mixes sound great, which is what I want from a set of monitors. Honest and flat response, emphasising the good and the bad. Beautiful. Crank them up for a party and they sound brilliant, put them low for a midnight mix down and they still sound ace.
I’m really chuffed with these monitors. I highly recommend.
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