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    japanese JBL site photographs


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    I am surprised at the number of versions of 4312, including an apparent "roadworthy" one....

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    My mouth was watering over that range of JBL loudspeakers most of them have professional grade components, must say I did like the JBL B460 yeah Id like to have two of them in the home cinema, but my trusty ole JBL 4645 is still able to do what its designed for, but Id still like to own two JBL B460, WOW.

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    i wonder how much jbl was sold in japan and how much remains.could this be a rich vein to be mined?

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    when japan buys a JBL speaker you never see it again
    Young, but i love speakers!

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    Yes, they have a lot of nice JBL stuff in Japan..
    But actually, quite a lot of it happen to be up here in north also.
    Norway, Sweden, Denmark...
    As I have said before, within 25 minutes drive from my home, there is said to be 11 paragons! And you should see this place I live, it is no big city. it is countryside!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QwertyAccess
    when japan buys a JBL speaker you never see it again
    But without the continuous support of the Japanese customers a lot of the newer models never have made it into production.
    glen

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    Quote Originally Posted by glen
    But without the continuous support of the Japanese customers a lot of the newer models never have made it into production.
    give that man a cigar. you really hit the nail on the head...

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    S4000

    Any idea what tweeter is this ?

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    Dammit Giskard!

    Do you have some more info about this speaker.
    Ya know, we are all crazy to hear anything about speakers we can't afford or even get

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guido
    Ya know, we are all crazy to hear anything about speakers we can't afford or even get
    That's pretty much why I don't bother with the info. Very few, if any, on this forum will ever see or hear those.

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    Message received.

    During one of my next japan trips I'll check them myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell
    i wonder how much jbl was sold in japan and how much remains.could this be a rich vein to be mined?
    it is better that japanes buy jbl and not sony

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    Make your way to Akihabra in Tokyo and you'll find these small shops under the train tracks that have the most wonderful JBL products you can imagine but not buy here. In Osaka walk three blocks from the bullet train station and there are stereo shops with setups that look like Giskards avatar.

    I regret not buying an Asian model when i lived there. I mistakenly assumed they were offered in the US and could buy when i got back.

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