Monitors JBL LSR 6328P

Discussion in 'Monitoring' started by walaby, Apr 2, 2006.

  1. walaby

    walaby Guest


    There are 2 Versions of the LSR 6328P Active-Monitor.
    Newer ones with handholes on the side and older ones without any handholes.

    Does anybody know if there is a difference in sound ?

  2. dr.sound

    dr.sound Member

    Aug 24, 2003
    You want the latest ones (LSR 6328P's) with the handles. The new ones sound better than than the originals. I use the new ones and love them. They translate up and down and are easy on the ears.
    Here is a nice article for you:
  3. TVPostSound

    TVPostSound Member

    Feb 15, 2006
    The ones without the handles are the original series, LSR28P, the new version is LSR6328P.

    I have a set for L C R, and use the matching LSR6312SP Sub for LFE, running the L C R speakers through the sub allows matching bass management which can be shut off with a remote switch.

    The LSR6325P series should be used for surrounds in smaller to medium size rooms.
  4. walaby

    walaby Guest

    Hello dr. sound and TVPostSound

    Thank you very much for your responds.

    With best regards

  5. LexFactory

    LexFactory Guest

    Can anyone comment on how the new LSR4328P speakers stack up against the LSR6328's?

    They're quite a bit cheaper and appear to be much easier to configure the RMC settings with. Are they significantly worse-sounding, and should I save the extra for the 6328's? Or are they just as good?
  6. TVPostSound

    TVPostSound Member

    Feb 15, 2006
    Please take this as a personal opinion, you really need to audition them yourself.

    I bought the 6300 series last year, but had to listen to the 4300s just to see!!
    I found the 4300 series to be a little bit of a compromise to meet a less expensive market. They are a bit underpowered, and not as accurate as the 6300 series.
    They were created for the "Project" studio market.

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