The JBL S3900 is a floorstanding 3-way high performance loudspeaker, leveraging professional-grade components and taking design cues from the legendary K2® S9900. Dual 10-inch (250mm) pulp-fiber cone woofers deliver deep lows, a 1.75-inch (45mm) pure-titanium driver delivers mids and highs with lifelike dynamics and startling realism and a 0.75-inch (19mm) ultrahigh-frequency transducer reproduces frequencies with extreme clarity. From your lows to highs, you won’t miss a sound. Hear it as the pros hear it.
Project K2 S9900, one of the most advanced and sophisticated loudspeakers in the world today, is the latest expression in technology that is deeply rooted in more than 75 years of tradition. Like the Paragon and Hartsfield, the K2 S9900 was built around compression driver technology and addressed a more refined stereo image than was previously considered technically feasible. The K2 S9900 also incorporates key design elements from the Project Everest. Despite its 21st century power and sophistication, Project K2 S9900 is a synthesis of tradition and technology.
Designed and engineered in JBL’s world-famous acoustic engineering facility in Northridge, California, and using the most advanced technologies and best components available, Project Everest DD67000 is one of the most sophisticated and sought-after speaker system available at any price. This three-way speaker features dual 15-inch (380mm) three-layer sandwich cone woofers, a 4-inch (100mm) pure beryllium compression driver and a 1-inch (25mm) pure-beryllium ultra high-frequency driver for a superlative listening experience.
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The S4700 is a floorstanding 3-way high-performance loudspeaker built upon the same professional-grade technology used in the acclaimed Project K2 S9900, one of the most advanced and sophisticated loudspeakers in the world today. At its foundation, the S4700 uses a cast-frame 15-inch (380mm) woofer, a 1.75-inch (45mm) titanium compression driver and a 0.75-inch (20mm) titanium compression driver for lifelike dynamics and startling realism.