JBL C Cinema Loudspeaker System. This model has been discontinued. We are providing this page as reference material. Some accessory items may still . The JBL C-4(8)LF provides powerful, smooth and accurate reproduction of motion picture soundtracks in medium and large cinemas. The system is. We sell used & new C Drivers and Horns by JBL. Select from the best prices and availability in the world.

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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of Now, please know I have not heard either of these products.

I have looked into the Crown Dsi family of amplifiers, and the HiQnet documentation lists pre-sets for the to compensate for this rolloff. Is this an acceptable comprimize, will boosting HF by some 10dB above 12 kHz jbp negative consequence to perceived SQ? In closing, can someone help me understand what the difference in presentation would be between the and the products?

Both products have very similar LF compliments as each are boasting a pair of drivers. Thanks for your consideration, and any thoughts you may 4657c to share. At that price point, I would be insisting on listening to said speakers before buying.

I’d also be looking at the Danleys. I agree; however, I have yet to find anywhere with a pair of to listen to.

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Thanks for the feedback. Originally Posted by rlsound. If you are interested in going the route, I would get the 8 ohm box instead of the 4. There’s really no reason to get the 4 ohm box. The 8 ohm version is the only version that is THX certified 4675cc cinema use.


C-4LF or for HT upgrade.

The reason probably is that is isn’t driving the amp as hard as 4675x 4 ohm version. If you want to save a few dollars, there are lots of A horns that come up on ebay. People seem to be hell bent on getting rid of them, for a very modest price.

You might need to order the horn mounting bracket for the top of thebut I’ll bet you’ll be able to pull it off for less than your dealer is asking. One other thing, the A horn is almost jbbl meter in length, hopefully you have lots of room in the front to work with! Thanks for the feedback gentlemen. I currently have 40″ behind my screen wall, with my first row of seats at 15′ from the screen.

So I do have plenty of room behind the screen to play with. I will continue to seek opportunities to audition these 3-way Screen Arrays, but would like to hear from those who have heard them.

Having dedicated MF drivers seems like a good approach, and the package is much more managable – I could at least still get behind my screen.

I respect these gentlemen’s opinions, and their feedback may persuade me to pursue a DSL solution too. Originally Posted by JBL For the recoded smaller digital cinemas use smaller HF horns jbll have very tight space behind the screen very tight!


Originally Posted by LarryMcConville. I would get the over the in a heartbeat. The is the latest and greatest JBL Cinema speaker.

JBL 4675 for home use

Zilch was a huge fan of this CD and it actually does play out to khz cleanly. The 2″ horn throat also sacrifices high frequency directivity to play down to the mid frequencies. There is a reason JBL has pretty much abandoned the 2″ throats for 1. Originally Posted by jerv. It is possible to eq the 2-inch driver in the flat to 20 kHz, but IMO jbo don’t sound good used like this. A supertweeter is needed. I use my ‘s from Hz to about 8 kHz, where the H takes over.

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I fully agree with Jerv, the does not, will not, can not reproduce the last octave well, even with Be loaded drivers, below kHz they are awesome, but plan on a tweeter if you go that route.

If we knew what the hell we were doing, we wouldn’t call it research would we. Originally Posted by 1audiohack. Here is a link from my thread: Club double 16″ “Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler”. Similar Threads No mention of the new or ? By kenratboy in forum Lansing Product General Information. Comparing c to consumer “hi-fi” speakers? All times are GMT The time now is Extra Tabs by vBulletin Hispano.