JBL LS60 Gulvhøyttaler

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LS60 – JBL Synthesis

LS60. The JBL LS Series builds on the 60-year JBL legacy and the technologies introduced in the JBL Project speakers — Array, K2 S9900 and the awesome Everest DD66000. True compression drivers and signature Bi-Radial® horns provide loud, clear, uncolored sound in beautiful form-factors, ideal for either two-channel or home theater applications.


JBL LS SERIES – jblsynthesis.com

JBL® LS SERIES For more than 60 years, JBL, Inc. has been providing audio equipment for concert halls, recording studios and movie theaters around the world and has

JBL LS 80 Floor-Standing Speakers – HomeTheaterHifi.com

So this makes it two in a row. The big difference this time is that the JBL LS 80 speaker system includes some big speakers while the speakers in the prior system I reviewed were very small. The main speakers in this system are the JBL LS 80’s. These large 3-1/2-way, dual 8″ floor-standers are pretty big, weighing in at 78.5 pounds each.

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JBL LS40 Speaker System | Sound & Vision

JBL’s horned speakers have been used in movie theaters ever since. JBL continued to refine horned speaker technology with the Bi-Radial horn, developed in the late 1970s. Nowadays, JBL operates under the aegis of Harman International. The brand operates in both the professional and home spheres across a wide range of price points.

JBL LS80 Gulvhøyttaler – Komplett.dk

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JBL LS60 (and LS80) | Audioholics Home Theater Forums

Dec 08, 2016 · 2) Both the LS60 (6.5″ woofers) and the LS80 (8″ woofers) have the exact same compression/horn and ring drivers. Strangely the LS60 crosses from woofer to horn at 2kHz while the LS80 crosses at 2.5kHz! That is not a typo! The larger woofer is crossed at a higher frequency.