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Author Topic: Advantages of JBL AE series.  (Read 743 times)

Nitin Sidhu

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Re: Advantages of JBL AE series.
« Reply #10 on: August 26, 2017, 02:39:10 pm »

As it is. IIRC, there was some JBL lit i have that stated v5 presets will be made available for ITHD and BSS products. Cant be arsed looking for it now.

But thank you all very much. I've shortlisted options. The srx835 and the VRX932 systems. SRX800 with HD and VRX with Xti. AC28's as delay (Sweet sounding without any processing, why can't everything JBL sound like em out of the box ?)
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Re: Advantages of JBL AE series.
« Reply #11 on: September 01, 2017, 09:26:02 pm »

IMHO, the AE series are a well designed and great sounding speaker series with a fresh sound without being overly aggressive. I've used a few different models but know the AM5212 best. I would not be afraid of recommending the series in combination with great sounding amps like the Macrotech.
The annoying lack of tuning presets for current platforms can be somewhat solved by looking at the documentation inside the downloads. I remember finding a written table that worked quite well converted manually into Audio Architect format.


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Re: Advantages of JBL AE series.
« Reply #12 on: September 01, 2017, 10:52:15 pm »

IMHO, the AE series are a well designed and great sounding speaker series with a fresh sound without being overly aggressive. I've used a few different models but know the AM5212 best. I would not be afraid of recommending the series in combination with great sounding amps like the Macrotech.
The annoying lack of tuning presets for current platforms can be somewhat solved by looking at the documentation inside the downloads. I remember finding a written table that worked quite well converted manually into Audio Architect format.


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