Rock it old-school and go big or go home with JBL‘s three-way 4319 bookshelf loudspeakers. An in-home version of the JBL models used in studios around the world, and the largest of its architecturally related 4306 and 4307 siblings, it arrives engineered to meet the prestigious heritage for which JBL remains renowned throughout the music and film industries. High frequencies arrive with sterling clarity courtesy of 1.5-inch tweeters comprised of diaphragms mounted on cast-aluminum horns. Massive, 12-inch, pure-pulp cone woofers reproduce the low end without distortion or coloration. The five-inch, polymer-coated, pure-pulp midrange drivers work wonders with vocals. Front-mounted ports permit you to place the units close to the wall without any negative attributes.
Indeed, there are many reasons JBL refers to 4319 as studio control monitors. These meticulously crafted instruments bring recording-studio aesthetics and quality to your listening room. You’ll experience the professional-grade dynamics, pinpoint accuracy, size-defying bass, natural tonalities, and expressive power required by mastering engineers and producers. A set of continuously variable midrange and high-frequency attenuators even allows you to dial-in the performance to match your room acoustics and exact preferences. As for the blue baffles and grilles as well as the traditional walnut-lacquer finish? Timeless.
This, fellow music aficionado, is what studio listening is all about.
JBL: Transforming the Way You Hear for Decades
JBL plays an indirect or direct role in practically everything you hear today. From pioneering motion-picture sound to its long history in the world’s finest recording studios and concert venues to creating dozens of high-end loudspeaker technologies – including “firsts” for woofers, transducers, drivers, and coils – JBL has changed how everyone listens. Music Direct is honored to carry several very special models previously only available in Japan. Renowned for lifelike dynamics and beguiling high-frequency extension, they will continue to transform how you hear.