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    My new JBL 4429

    Hallo!

    I had JBL 4319 before and I got me a brand new JBL 4429 instead.

    Wow, I must say, great sounding speakers. Horn sound is, well, horn sound just sounds nice. I just connected it about two hours ago. Sounds allready good. Playing at same volume setting as with the 4319, namly at 50% at the volume on my McIntosh C48 and the amp is the same MC252.

    Break-in don't know what this mean

    Fantastic speakers and job well done JBL.

    Yummie.........
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    "Location: Earp" doesn't really tell us much - are you US based or Europe/Asia?

    If US based, remember - we're always interested in how us JBL fans get a pair of Asia-market speakers ...

    They do look great and if the sound is there too, why buy worn older speakers?



    Quote Originally Posted by Mctwins View Post
    Hallo!

    I had JBL 4319 before and I got me a brand new JBL 4429 instead.

    Wow, I must say, great sounding speakers. Horn sound is, well, horn sound just sounds nice. I just connected it about two hours ago. Sounds allready good. Playing at same volume setting as with the 4319, namley at 50% at the volume on my McIntosh C48 and the amp is the same MC252.

    Break-in don't know what this mean

    Fantastic speakers and job well done JBL.

    Yummie.........
    2ch: Oppo981, DDE3 DAC, JoLida 502CRC, VonSchweikert VR4 & MG2Cs
    7ch: Oppo BDP93, B&K amps, 2pr UREI 809A, TF600 & JBL 4641

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    Congrats! I love my 4429.

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    I like that big white subwoofer.

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    Very nice setup, wish I could have a listen!
    XPL 200's, XPL 160's, XPL 140's, L7's, L5's, L3's, L1's Homemade L Center, 4412's, 4406, L60T's, L20T's

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    Quote Originally Posted by hjames View Post
    "Location: Earp" doesn't really tell us much - are you US based or Europe/Asia?

    If US based, remember - we're always interested in how us JBL fans get a pair of Asia-market speakers ...

    They do look great and if the sound is there too, why buy worn older speakers?
    I bought it from an authorized dealer here in Sweden. You can order and buy directly from Harman webpage http://www.jbl.com/localeselector/index.html. Really don't undertand why you folks from US can't buy it.

    Don't understand what you mean by "why buy worn older speakers?" It is brand new .

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiomagnate View Post
    I like that big white subwoofer.

    It is not a subwoofer, it is a Helmholtz resonator, Varitunes V6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbleboy76 View Post
    Congrats! I love my 4429.
    Quote Originally Posted by gferrell View Post
    Very nice setup, wish I could have a listen!
    Thanks, and it sure sounds nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mctwins View Post
    I bought it from an authorized dealer here in Sweden. You can order and buy directly from Harman webpage http://www.jbl.com/localeselector/index.html. Really don't undertand why you folks from US can't buy it.

    Don't understand what you mean by "why buy worn older speakers?" It is brand new .
    No no - it was a compliment -
    if you can buy nice new speakers like this, why would anyone buy old speakers instead ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hjames View Post
    No no - it was a compliment -
    if you can buy nice new speakers like this, why would anyone buy old speakers instead ...
    Aha..Now I understand

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    I like this...."Professional Series".....No High-End
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    Very nice. Congratulations!
    Out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mctwins View Post
    Hallo!

    I had JBL 4319 before and I got me a brand new JBL 4429 instead.

    Wow, I must say, great sounding speakers. Horn sound is, well, horn sound just sounds nice. I just connected it about two hours ago. Sounds allready good. Playing at same volume setting as with the 4319, namly at 50% at the volume on my McIntosh C48 and the amp is the same MC252.

    Break-in don't know what this mean

    Fantastic speakers and job well done JBL.

    Yummie.........
    Congrates
    4429 is very popular in China,i will say,much better than 4428,it has a great balance between performance and price, 25000RMB.
    You'd better to spend some time to run in 4429
    BTW,have you ever heard S3900?
    46 lover

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    Congrats! They look great, and probably sound even better!
    S4700 owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mctwins View Post
    I bought it from an authorized dealer here in Sweden. You can order and buy directly from Harman webpage http://www.jbl.com/localeselector/index.html. Really don't undertand why you folks from US can't buy it.

    Don't understand what you mean by "why buy worn older speakers?" It is brand new .
    Wow, you can order the 4365s direct from the UK site!

    http://uk.jbl.com/jbl_product_detail...itor-4365.html
    S4700 owner.

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