The JBL 708P is the self-powered reference monitor for critical music recording, film post and broadcast production applications. The 708P leverages new patent-pending driver technologies and JBL’s renowned Image Control Waveguide to deliver extraordinary output, stunning detail, an expansive soundstage, and greater accuracy in a broad range of rooms. 708P delivers several times the output of other comparably-sized studio monitors, providing significantly greater dynamic range and greater working distances.
- Next-generation JBL driver technology
- Patent-pending Image Control Waveguide
- Integrated dual amplification system with internal floating-point DSP
- Comprehensive room EQ and delay controls
- Compact enclosures for easy placement and installation
- JBL 728G low-frequency transducer with patented Differential Drive® allows extended low frequency with low distortion and high SPL
- JBL 2409H high-frequency transducer with low-mass annular diaphragm
- JBL-designed patent-pending Image Control Waveguide
- 2-channel Class-D amplifier HF 250 W / LF 250 W
- 192 kHz 32-bit floating point processing
- 12 bands of Room EQ, 8 Bands of User EQ
- 6 factory presets, 6 user-defined presets
- 18 milliseconds of Room Delay, 150 milliseconds of AV Sync Delay
- 1 x XLR-1/4" balanced combination analog audio input
- 1 x XLR AES3 format digital input with 1 x XLR pass-through output
- Digital input will accept sample rates of up to 192 kHz
- User enabled sample rate converters
- RJ-45 network connection for Harman HiQnet connectivity
- Rear-panel multi-function controls and LCD display allow selection of ofinput sensitivity, input trim, Room EQ, User EQ, Room Delay, AV Sync Delay
- Integrated handles
- Top and bottom mounting points; birch plywood cabinets reinforced for safe mounting
- Protective steel grilles
High end nearfield test
Perhaps it's time for another thread to cover the relationship of some monitors released since this comparison, such as the Kii Three, the Buchardt, APS Klasiks, and the JBL 708P and 705P to the winning contenders in this round which appear to be the Amphions and the Geithains.
JBL 708P or Dynaudio BM15A?
...BM15a with 10" woofer but still lack of low-end quality, what is its advantage compared with BM6a? At this point, JBL 708P will be better based on current feedbacks.
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