Studio-quality sound has often been the parlance of bookshelf monitors. The three-way JBL S3900 tower loudspeakers turn such notions upside-down. Designed with a focus on reproducing high-resolution music at the professional-grade level demanded by recording engineers, S3900 plays with transparent highs, natural tones, even balances, crisp bass, and smooth, extra-wideband frequency responsiveness. Inside, each speaker features dual 10-inch pulp-cone woofers, a 1.75-inch Aqua-Plas-treated compression driver, and .75-inch titanium transducer for extreme clarity. Rear-mounted ports, patented JBL Bi-Radial horns, gold-plated terminals, bi-wiring capabilities, and a luxurious cherry-wood finish complete a 39.4-inch-high floorstander that will turn your listening space into a private studio.
High-Definition Music Sounds As It Is Meant to Be Heard
Taking design cues from JBL’s legendary K2 S9900, S3900 is an audiophile’s dream come true. Like its acclaimed sibling, S3900 delivers your high-definition media in all its glory. You’ll feel as if you’re sitting in the studio with the engineers and artists. Dual 10-inch pulp-fiber cone woofers deliver lows as deep as 33Hz; a 1.75-inch Aqua-Plas-coated, pure-titanium driver delivers mids and highs with lifelike dynamics and startling realism; a 0.75-inch ultra-high-frequency transducer reproduces frequencies up to 40kHz with extreme clarity. From your lows to highs, S3900 has you covered. Ready to be used as part of a two-channel or surround-sound system, S3900 looks as beautiful as it sounds.
JBL: Transforming How People Listen 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.