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    JBL Powerd 7 series

    Hi Guys


    At Namm 2017 they lunched the powered version of the 7 series

    its a relay nice set of speakers

    the 5" inchers have amazing bass for the size

    http://www.jblpro.com/www/products/r...p#.WIZ1OBvhBPY

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    Nice. I wonder what took them so long given their recent trend towards powered/dsp integration.
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    I wonder if we will see a M2p appear now

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    About $999 each, street price, which is supposedly $250 off the list price! Five-times the power of the little LSR305 for merely ten-times the money? I'd love to hear a pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCCA View Post
    About $999 each, street price, which is supposedly $250 off the list price! Five-times the power of the little LSR305 for merely ten-times the money? I'd love to hear a pair.

    as far as I know, its the only 5 inch rpo monitor active that use a real compression driver.
    I hope they release the 708 active for 3k the pair

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    These look very interesting to me. I have a pair of the LSR305s which are great for what they are, but both of these look very interesting.

    Valentin, thanks for the update!


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    Great,expect someone to compare them with M2
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    Quote Originally Posted by martin_wu99 View Post
    Great,expect someone to compare them with M2
    I'm sure part of why they exist is to have smaller speakers that will "play nice" with M2s in multi-channel systems (i.e. M2s for L/R, 708P center, 705Ps for surrounds, heights, etc.).

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    Quote Originally Posted by hsosdrum View Post
    I'm sure part of why they exist is to have smaller speakers that will "play nice" with M2s in multi-channel systems (i.e. M2s for L/R, 708P center, 705Ps for surrounds, heights, etc.).
    Why there is not 12'' M2 system?
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    I think JBLs best 12" is still the 1200fe and it's not very good down low (might hit 45Hz in the right room) so you'll need subs. All the added cost and all the space you'd have to find for the subs & their amps might leave you thinking 'dang, I should've just got some M2s'...

    That said I'd still lust after a 12" version if such a thing were made available.

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    Sounds like they need to develop a differential drive 12" version of the 2216nd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Zeppeli View Post
    Sounds like they need to develop a differential drive 12" version of the 2216nd.
    They have a 12" 2213Nd w/differential drive - it was used in the 4312E.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffW View Post
    They have a 12" 2213Nd w/differential drive - it was used in the 4312E.

    Ahhh...

    ...so there is. Thanks
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    Geez, I just sold a 2213nd a couple weeks ago, how could I forget that one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron View Post
    Geez, I just sold a 2213nd a couple weeks ago, how could I forget that one?
    How did you come across one to sell in the first place? Where are they available?

    Thanks,

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