Drooling over these.

CH46ECH46E Posts: 1,029

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  • Inspector 24Inspector 24 Posts: 1,115
    Makes my computer speakers sound amazing. Which I'm sure they are in person. That amp setup sure raises an eyebrow.
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  • nooshinjohnnooshinjohn Posts: 20,626
    What series are they...
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  • CH46ECH46E Posts: 1,029
    edited June 30
    They label them as 4346. Not sure JBL made a 4346. I think it is Kenricks custom model. Not 100% sure what they are based on. Maybe the 4345? But in a smaller foot print.
  • windstrikerwindstriker Posts: 37
    I'm fairly sure my wife would divorce me if I ever got anything like that.....
  • CH46ECH46E Posts: 1,029
    Ha, I'd have to convert the master bedroom into a listening room and use my Movie room as master. They both go into the master bath. So possible????? Well.... probably not. The wife would kill me.
  • daddyjtdaddyjt Posts: 871
    There’s A LOT of nice gear in that room...

    I also just ordered a couple CDs from Amazon - had never heard of Ms. Stirling:-)
    Too much stuff to keep track of.

    Currently enjoying: Legacy Focus 20/20, McCormack DNA 225, Bill D C1, Oppo 105
  • verbverb Posts: 6,608
    daddyjt wrote: »
    There’s A LOT of nice gear in that room...

    I also just ordered a couple CDs from Amazon - had never heard of Ms. Stirling:-)

    Love Lindsey Stirling! :smile:
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 21,816
    Too much JBL in one box (OK, two boxes).
    JBL drivers are sorta like perfume. A little dab can be enchanting. A big ol' dollop and it's lights out; where's the gas mask?!?.

    B)
  • lawdogglawdogg Posts: 328
    Looks to be basically a 4345 with 2235H cones and LE10A mids, but the 077 on top of the LE85. I wonder what crossover design they went with. It'd have been funny if Kenrick called it an L400. :smile:
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  • EndersShadowEndersShadow Posts: 16,680
    verb wrote: »
    daddyjt wrote: »
    There’s A LOT of nice gear in that room...

    I also just ordered a couple CDs from Amazon - had never heard of Ms. Stirling:-)

    Love Lindsey Stirling! :smile:

    Saw her in concert before she was "big".... lots of fun, I enjoy her stuff (and so do my kiddo's!)
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  • VR3VR3 Posts: 23,227
    This where I realize my taste in speakers is drastically different than others, haha
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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 8,145
    edited July 1
    OP reminds me of these Gems I owned for a long while. Technics SB7070's. B)
    Pic. is from the web.
    ne8pgogd02hf.png

    The sound from these was just like I was hearing in that video.

    Talk about sound-field!
    AND BASS! It's a bass that has it's own signature. These has 14" woofers in them.

    Needed money more than these back then so I listed them and had a young guy come and buy them.
    I saw years later on, ( when he was selling all 4 for a lot more than he paid me, factoring 1/2 of his asking price) he had bought 2 more. I guess he had a huge room for 4 of these to be in play...or he had 2 in one room and 2 in another. I still remember how they sounded to this day. At least I think I can remember it. :p

    Bought these plus their great cond. grills and a Pioneer SX1050(?)probably for $35.00 total at a yard sale 15 years ago or so. :p :D

    His wife was tired of looking at them for 20 years or more! :# Seriously, that's what he told me. ;)
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • CH46ECH46E Posts: 1,029
    edited July 1
    I would trade every piece of equipment plus my Toyota Highlander for those JBLs.

    Then I'd sell a Kidney to buy and amp for them.
  • FaustinFaustin Posts: 879
    Tony M wrote: »
    OP reminds me of these Gems I owned for a long while. Technics SB7070's. B)
    Pic. is from the web.
    ne8pgogd02hf.png

    The sound from these was just like I was hearing in that video.

    Talk about sound-field!
    AND BASS! It's a bass that has it's own signature. These has 14" woofers in them.

    Needed money more than these back then so I listed them and had a young guy come and buy them.
    I saw years later on, ( when he was selling all 4 for a lot more than he paid me, factoring 1/2 of his asking price) he had bought 2 more. I guess he had a huge room for 4 of these to be in play...or he had 2 in one room and 2 in another. I still remember how they sounded to this day. At least I think I can remember it. :p

    Bought these plus their great cond. grills and a Pioneer SX1050(?)probably for $35.00 total at a yard sale 15 years ago or so. :p :D

    His wife was tired of looking at them for 20 years or more! :# Seriously, that's what he told me. ;)

    I have never had an opportunity to hear those Technics. I have had a couple of people over the years rave about them. Maybe someday a pair will pop up. :D
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 8,145
    The sound is pretty cool! Not bright at all. Very well balanced!

    Sound comes from a HUGE space around them.

    It's one of those designs where the speakers disappear like the AR4x's I just found. But of course, the Technics SB7070s could be a lot of people's end game speakers.

    I surely wanted to keep them forever!
    Darn pinched spinal neck nerves or tendons!!! :'(
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
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